Roman Holiday

Audrey Hepburn is perhaps best-known for her stylish and hip performance in Breakfast at Tiffany’s—with her timeless Hubert de Givenchy fashions and long skinny cigarette holder (not to mention the song “Moon River”)—that forever cemented her image as a pop culture icon. But I’ve personally always thought that there was something cold about that film, …

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Wong Kar-Wai’s 2046 was easily my most anticipated film at the Seattle International Film Festival. I had been waiting for this film for years (WKW is notably slow in churning out his films lately). It was rumored to be a sort-of sequel to his gorgeous In the Mood for Love, and, well, it sort of …

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27 Dresses

27 Dresses taps current Hollywood It Girl Katherine Heigl to star as Jane, a perpetual bridesmaid, who lurrrrrrrrrrrrrves weddings and has been in a whopping 27 ceremonies. But Jane’s so busy helping everyone else with their special days that she completely forgets to get a personal life of her own, choosing instead to while away …

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Enough Said

Quiet, understated, mature, funny and poignant, Holofcener’s latest offering is the kind of slice-of-life movie that makes you feel like you’re spending time with a bunch of folks you know. And like. A lot. Julia Louis-Dreyfus stars as Eva, a masseuse whose teenaged daughter, Ellen (Tracey Fairaway), is getting ready to head off to college. …

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Don Jon

Joseph Gordon-Levitt can seem to do no wrong these days. He successfully navigated the tricky waters from child star to adult actor, without the industry chewing him up and spitting him out in a puff of cocaine. Seemingly adored by all (including myself), he can pretty much do whatever he wants, from acting to writing …

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