‘Locke’ and ‘Hurt Locker’ talents lock up real-life post-9/11 'True American' tale

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Tom Hardy gives the kind of performance in Locke, the one-man drama currently playing at the Ritz Bourse, that you can’t help but take... Read more

Bob Hoskins, R.I.P.

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Bob Hoskins, the English actor known for his roles as a soft-hearted ex-con in the great crime pic Mona Lisa, as the hardboiled detective who... Read more

Bryn Mawr Film Institute’s grand 'reopening,’ with two new state-of-the-art theaters

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The Bryn Mawr Film Institute, the second largest member-supported art house in the country (7,000-plus and counting), celebrates its grand... Read more

Philly stories, Philly filmmakers, at Tribeca

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Philadelphia films, and filmmakers, are well represented in the lineup of features and documentaries screening at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival... Read more

The best of Cage, the worst of Cage

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In Joe, the hardscrabble tale of a whiskey-stoked, cigarette-smoked ex-con who runs a tree-poisoning business in backcountry Texas, Nicolas... Read more

Scarlett Johansson’s limitless endeavors

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Scarlett Johansson is back in her Black Widow gear, reteamed with Marvel’s red-white-and-blue supersoldier Chris Evans in Captain America:... Read more

April is Cinedelphia month - Kubrick, Welles, Zadora!

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Cinedelphia 2014, a truly alternative film festival, officially begins Friday, April 4 – running through April 29th, but on Tuesday,... Read more

Will Smith’s Overbrook Entertainment options ‘Harlem Hellfighters’

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From World War Z to World War I: Max Brooks’ new graphic novel, The Harlem Hellfighters, a fictionalized account of the African American... Read more