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Stewart's 'Rosewater' captures a real-life war of wills in an Iranian prison

Maziar Bahari was a reporter in the right place at the right time. An Iranian ex-pat turned Western journalist, he toted a video camera and moved with smiling, cautious ease through his native land - catching up with his mom, careful not to expose himself or his sources as Iran's 2009 elections t... Read more

Carell, Ruffalo and Tatum transform themselves for the riveting 'Foxcatcher'

Gloom gathersover the movie "Foxcatcher." The skies are perpetually grey and the only time we see don't see red leaves tumbling to the ground is when they're covered with snow. Read more

Katie Holmes packs her dancing shoes and her pistol for 'Miss Meadows'

"Miss Meadows" never just walks anywhere. When you're always in tap shoes, you never know when the urge to do a heel tap or paradiddle will strike you. Read more

Tommy Lee's 'Homesman' shows how hairy life was on the prairie (ouch)

There's a hint of the Dust Bowl in Oscar-winner Hilary Swank's face - a worn, rawboned quality straight out of a Walker Evans photograph. Read more

'Beyond the Lights' is a romance that asks, 'Can this celebrity be saved?'

"Beyond the Lights" is another pain-behind-the-musicromance. Read more

Stewart sets aside his snarky baggage to film and sell 'Rosewater'

Discussions of "Rosewater," the film directing debut of "Daily Show" host Jon Stewart, bring to mind Dustin Hoffman's famous line about "Ishtar." Read more

Gugu gets raw for her latest role

In "Belle," Gugu Mbatha-Raw played a daughter of a slave raised to be a woman in polite society in 18th century Britain. She had to carry herself like a lady, in modest clothing Jane Austen would have recognized. Read more

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