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Under Review: ‘Everything Must Go’

— by ADAM POYNTER — Nick Halsey (Will Ferrell) is having the worst day of his life. After having a relapse into alcoholism, he is accused of sexually harassing a co-worker and is fired from the job he has had for 16 years. On his way out, he leaves a present in the form of […][...]

Two Clips from ‘Everything Must Go’

— by LYNN TACKITT — Will Ferrell has a string of comedies in his acting career that, after a while, I have trouble discerning one from another. But wait! It looks like Mr. Ferrell is taking a turn in his acting career with a bit more drama in an indie movie directed by Dan Rush […[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘Everything Must Go’

— by ALEXA MILAN — It’s always refreshing to see actors step out of their comfort zone. It doesn’t always work, but it’s nice to see them try something new. I love a good Jim Carrey comedy as much as the next person, but when I saw “Eternal Sunshine of the[...]

Under Review: ‘The Town’

— by ADAM POYNTER — Charlestown is a blue-collar neighborhood in Massachusetts and crime can be a way of life there. Families pass down their knowledge and status in the crime syndicate like it’s an antique family heirloom. Doug MacRay (Ben Affleck) is a smart and intuitive guy. He als[...]

Ten Clips from ‘The Town’

— by AMANDA KOEHLER — It’s Ben Affleck’s second major turn at directing, and from these clips, “The Town” proves Affleck has the chops to helm a movie. In the film (which he also cowrote and adapted from the Chuck Hogan novel “Prince of Thieves”), Affl[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘The Town’

— by RACHEL COYNE — Hey, Jon Hamm has a large role in a nationally-released movie! Here’s my $12, and can you please direct me to the concession stand? OK, fine. If Mr. Hamm’s chiseled chin isn’t enough to get you interested in a movie, “The Town” has a lot of other things goin[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘Please Give’

— by JOSIANE OCHMAN — It’s fortuitous that I was assigned “Please Give” since I’m one one of those people who feels incredibly guilty about the homelessness so prevalent in a city like Vancouver. If I could, I’d like to indulge the readers with a personal[...]