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Jeffrey Wright

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  • 'The Ides of March' review: Fresh acting, watered-down politics

    'The Ides of March' review: Fresh acting, watered-down politics
    **1/2 (out of four) Obviously, the timing isn’t great for a movie about Democrats duking it out for their party’s presidential nomination. And the secrets that leak out during “The Ides of March” certainly have been temporarily...
  • 'The Ides of March'

    George Clooney is in fine form as star, director, co-screenwriter and a producer of this smart political drama, in which he casts himself as a governor eyeing a presidential nomination. What happens behind the scenes is a wake-up call to many of his...
  • 'Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close' review: An awful book becomes even worse for some new reasons

    'Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close' review: An awful book becomes even worse for some new reasons
    0.5 stars (out of four) When people jumped from the burning towers of the World Trade Center, no pretty piano music accompanied their fall. Yes, “Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close,” the most insulting 9/11-related movie since Oliver Stone&...
  • 'Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close': Post-9/11 film milks viewer emotions with impunity -- 1 1/2 stars

    'Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close': Post-9/11 film milks viewer emotions with impunity -- 1 1/2 stars
    "Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close" transforms the carnage and unruly grief of Sept. 11, 2001, known to its preteen Upper West Side Manhattan protagonist as "The Worst Day," into an occasion for interborough healing and emotional encounters of the...
  • Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close

    Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close
    A little boy is convinced that when his father died in the World Trade Center, the key he left in a vase in the closet must’ve been for him. Since that father is played by Tom Hanks, it’s a safe bet this wasn’t the key to some seedy...