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A World War II period biopic about some code cracker starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Period-Piece Queen Keira Knightley might earn an eye roll from the more cynical who instantly dismiss such content as “Oscar bait” — but while The Imitation Game is all of these things, it’s all of these things done quite well. 

Cumberbatch stars as Alan Turing, a mathematician and cryptoanalyst whose… Continue reading Toronto Review: 'The Imitation Game' Features Benedict Cumberbatch's Finest Performance to Date

Whitney Houston Dies: Remembering Her Finest Onscreen Moment In ‘The Bodyguard’

Whitney Houston, who passed away suddenly on Saturday afternoon at the age of 48, will be forever remembered as a once-in-a-generation singer, but Houston’s work as an actress showed her incredible talents weren’t limited to just the stage.

Houston starred in three films between 1992 and 1996, working opposite Oscar-nominated actors like Kevin Costner, Denzel Washington and Angela Bassett. Her screen debut was as singer Rachel Marron in the smash-hit romance… Continue reading Whitney Houston Dies: Remembering Her Finest Onscreen Moment In 'The Bodyguard'

Hey girl

(and boy): it’s Ryan Gosling’s 31st birthday! You can celebrate this extra-special occasion by breaking up a street fight, wearing a stripped tank top, walking a dog, or seeing one of Gosling’s three 2011 releases: ‘Crazy Stupid Love’ (on DVD now), ‘Drive’ and ‘The Ides of March.’ Either that, or check out a slideshow of adorable Gosling pics ahead (is there any other kind?)… Continue reading Ryan Gosling Birthday: Actor Turns 31; What's His Finest Onscreen Moment

google21Google is harnessing its controversial Street View technology to take you on a virtual tour of the world’s finest museums, from the comfort of your home. The search giant even claims its Art Project tours are better than the real thing, with one exhibit in each location available in a high-resolution image that goes beyond […] Continue reading Google launches virtual tour of world’s finest museums

Brooklyn’s Finest

Something of a genre homecoming, Antoine Fuqua’s latest film once again finds him delving into the gritty, brutal realm of cops and crooks—as he did in Training Day. Tango is an undercover officer on a narcotics detail that forces him to choose between duty and friendship. Having been to hell and back, he wants out, but… Continue reading Brooklyn's Finest