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Cape Cod Times
'Carnage' lacks depth
Veronica Novak is a writer who preaches that civilized behavior is possible. Yet her husband, a working-class guy who has made good selling wholesale kitchen utensils, pleads: "Stop shoving those thoughts for the day down our throats."
Waltz: From Nazi Basterd to Zero hero
The past five years have been quite the rollercoaster for dapper Austrian actor Christoph Waltz, winning two Oscars in Quentin Tarantino movies and working with Roman Polanski and Tim Burton.
We Need Kate Winslet to Play More Bad Guys Like He...
There are some of us out there who believe that Kate Winslet tends to play the same roles, over and over again.
STC examines pitfalls of parenting in 'God of Carnage'
How far would you go to defend your child? If your 11-year-old had a playground altercation that involved a stick and two broken teeth, would you arrange a civilized meeting with the other parents? Not many would.
The Campbell Reporter
Review: 'God of Carnage' hilarious and unsettling
It's good we have a playwright like Yasmina Reza to show us what twits we've become -- and that it seems like the more money we have, the twittier we turn.
Movie News - Kate Winslet Wanted to Turn Down Labor Day Movie Role
Movie News - Kate Winslet initially turned down her role in 'Labor Day'. The 38-year-old actress was nominated for a Best Actress Golden Globe for her portrayal of depressed single mother Adele Wheeler - whose character was written by director Jason Reitman with Kate in mind - in the film, and admits she turned down the role at first only to be ... (more)
Christoph Waltz Returns to Present at the Oscars
Two-time Oscar winner Christoph Waltz will present at this year's Oscars, show producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron announced today.
The New Zealand Herald
Kate Winslet: Loves, labour, loss
At the age of 38, Kate Winslet has been married three times, has just had her third baby and is a major Hollywood player.
The harms of Venus
Roman Polanski's Venus In Fur is a salacious rendezvous of film, theatre and literature, of farce and sophistication, of high-brow vaudeville and middle-brow classicism.