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Review: Hysteria

— by ADAM DALE — After watching Director Tanya Wexler’s Victorian-set comedy “Hysteria,” I spent time trying to find a roundabout way to review and describe it without having to go into details or use certain language. After not finding a way around this conundrum, I decided to jus[...]

Trailer: Hysteria

— by ALEXA MILAN — At first glance, “Hysteria” appears to have the makings of your typical, charming period comedy — man falls in love with ambitious young woman against a backdrop of changing times. That is, until the vibrator enters the picture. “Hysteria”[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘Like Crazy’

— by LYNN TACKITT — As you grow up, sometimes you fantasize about finding that one perfect person, the other half to complete you. Then, to find that person, often is a journey of ups and downs that is hard to portray in a film. Director Drake Doremus brings us to light as he shows [&hel[...]

A Music Video from ‘Chalet Girl’

— by KATHLEEN COLLINS — Here is the official music video for the song “Go” by Livingston from the “Chalet Girl” soundtrack. The Momentum Pictures film stars Felicity Jones, Ed Westwick, Tamsin Egerton, Bill Nighy, Brooke Shields, Bill Bailey and Sophia Bush.[...]

The Top 5 Actresses to Watch in 2011

— by ALEXA MILAN — A few weeks ago, I shared my picks for the top five actresses of 2010. It may be early in 2011, but this year’s leading ladies are already starting to emerge. Below are my picks for the top five actresses to watch in 2011. You might recognize a few names [&hellip[...]

Five Clips from ‘The Tempest’

— by AMANDA KOEHLER — William Shakespeare’s stories have long been told on the silver screen: “Romeo and Juliet,” “Othello” and “Hamlet” have all had their own film adaptions (multiple ones), among other tales of Billy’s. Now it’s tim[...]

A Scene from ‘Cemetery Junction’

— by JOSIANE OCHMAN — Co-written and co-directed by Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant, the clip for “Cemetery Junction” hints at a promising film-making career for the duo known primarily for their television work. The clip is self-assured in tone and dialogue. It features a[...]