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Welcome to Monday Morning Review, a weekly feature here at Movies.com where we provide a review of a film the Monday morning after it arrives in theaters. As such, this review is written for people who have seen the film, and will discuss plot points, spoilers, etc, so read it only if you’ve seen it or if you don’t mind knowing everything that happens.

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Welcome to Monday Morning Review, a new feature here at Movies.com where we provide a review of a film the Monday morning after it arrives in theaters. As such, this review is written for people who have seen the film, and will discuss plot points, spoilers, etc, so read it only if you’ve seen it or if you don’t mind knowing everything that happens.

It is a real… Continue reading Monday Morning Review: 'Ides of March' Trips on its Own Feet

Steve Carell was able to flex a few dramatic muscles in July’s criminally underrated ‘Crazy, Stupid, Love,’ but to paraphrase ‘The Jazz Singer': You ain’t seen nothing yet. Variety reports that Carell may play John du Pont in ‘Foxcatcher,’ a drama about the chemical heir and paranoid schizophrenic who, in 1996, killed his long-time friend and Olympic gold medal-winning wrestler David Schultz at Team Foxcatcher, a wrestling facility… Continue reading Morning Grind: Steve Carell Attached to Tragic Story of John du Pont

With backing from Harvey Weinstein, Madonna‘s latest directorial effort ‘W.E.‘ was initially considered a possible awards contender for this fall. Then it premiered at the Venice Film Festival to hoots, hollers, and wildly negative reviews. Is the Material Girl’s new film dead in the water? Not according to Page Six: the New York Post gossip column claims that Madonna is cutting 10 minutes out of ‘W.E.’ before its… Continue reading Morning Grind: Madonna Rumored to Make Trims on 'W.E.' and More

Morning Glory

For Becky (Rachel McAdams, “The Notebook”), running a TV show in New York City was the big break she dreamed of…until star co-anchors Mike (Harrison Ford, Indiana Jones) and Colleen (Diane Keaton, “Something’s Gotta Give”) declare an all-out, on-air war. Making the show work with its cast of eccentric characters and outrageous story… Continue reading Morning Glory Reviews