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Zombie films never go out of style, just as the dead never seem to die.
The high-concept idea that powers “Now You See Me” — four magicians team up to rob banks during performances and distribute the money to the audience — belongs in the pantheon of too clever movie-premise elevator pitches. The actual movie, on the other hand, is not nearly clever enough.
It's probably safe to say there aren't too many 29-year-old playwrights out there who could get Vanessa Redgrave to appear in their work. Let alone in only their second play.
Woody Allen said everything he needed to say about Italian cinema in "Every Thing You Always Wanted to Know About Sex, But Were Afraid to Ask."
Woody Allen's "To Rome with Love" began with better titles. Yet despite the exquisite locations of the filmmaker's first story of love, Italian style, this bland ensemble romance deserves the generic name rather than the clever working titles it started with.
Films featuring Sean Penn, Frances McDormand, Paul Giamatti, Jesse Eisenberg, Tracy Morgan and Melissa Leo are among late additions to next month's Sundance Film Festival.
Rebellious apes have held off Southern maids for a narrow win at the weekend box office.
It's not Woody Allen's beloved Manhattan skyline, but the American filmmaker was treated to a beautiful view of Rome's ancient ruins during a meeting with the city's mayor.