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  • Watch Easy A online
    Easy A

    "Why, then, am I so pleased with Easy A? Because the movie, despite a few flaws, seems to have been made by higher intelligence, and because it catapults Emma Stone into a higher place reserved for American actors who can handle elevated language with casually dazzling aplomb." Wall Street Journal (Joe Morgenstern)

  • Watch The Truman Show online
    The Truman Show

    "The Truman Show is a reminder of the Beckett theme. The screenplay by Andrew Niccol starts from something like Beckett's abstraction and reifies it with details of contemporary culture, then moves on into fantasy. [June 29, 1998]" The New Republic (Stanley Kauffmann)

  • Watch Zombieland online
    Zombieland

    "The picture is beautifully paced, with an exhilarating, comically violent opening, a halcyon middle section where, in what could be viewed as a sideways homage to "Rebel Without a Cause," our rootless wanderers share a brief respite in an empty, lavish mansion, and a finale filled with light and color and movement (as well as piles of vanquished zombies)." Salon.com (Stephanie Zacharek)

  • Watch Source Code online
    Source Code

    "Working from a tight script by Ben Ripley, Jones creates scary, hairy, high-octane tension. Disbelief? Suspended, until the logic lapses kick in later. It's a small price to pay for a ride that starts at wild and accelerates from there." Rolling Stone (Peter Travers)

  • Watch Life as We Know It online
    Life as We Know It

    "The dialogue is an occasionally witty cut above the norm, partly because director Greg Berlanti goes easy on those cute baby reaction shots, but mainly because of something rather more valuable: screen chemistry." The Globe and Mail (Toronto) (Rick Groen)

  • Watch Pan's Labyrinth online
    Pan's Labyrinth

    "So smartly has del Toro thought his fable through, and so graceful is his grasp of visual rhyme, that to pick holes in it seems mean; yet Pan's Labyrinth is perhaps more dazzling than involving--I was too busy reading its runes and clues, as it were, to be swept away. It is, I suspect, a film to return to, like a country waiting to be explored: a maze of dead ends and new life." The New Yorker (Anthony Lane)

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