Dustin Hoffman

The Meyerowitz Stories – Review

If The Squid and the Whale and The Royal Tenenbaums had a baby, The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected) would be it. The ultimate dysfunctional family with a wily and irrepressible patriarch at the helm may...
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The Program – LFF Review

It may not take a groundbreaking approach to biographical drama, but Frears’ The Program draws strong performances from an impassioned O’Dowd, up-and-comer Jesse Plemons and particularly Foster, whose...
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The Choir (Boychoir) – Review

The Choir is a nicely shot film, featuring an endearing protagonist and suitably goofy (and pleasingly multiracial) young co-stars, exalted by beautiful musical moments. Besides the aforementioned merits...

The Cobbler – Review

As if it wasn't jarring enough to see Sandler and Buscemi play understated with nary a slippery footed Kevin James in sight. Writer/director Thomas McCarthy has created an uneasy mess; shifting its tone from...

Chef – Review

In Chef, a passion project, writer-director Jon Favreau serves up a tasty, if predictable, dish that should satisfy most cinematic palates. He has high-quality ingredients: an appetizing cast, including...