Friday Nov 22
The Badger Herald Online
'All Is Lost' crafts suspenseful, evocative film sans CGI
Members of Generation Y tend to think of action movies as exclusively something of the Baz Luhrmann variety, with so much CGI that a film adaptation of some classical literature could be more easily recognized as the next edition of "Grand Theft Auto."
The Modesto Bee
Head Start for 13-year-old singer Jackie Evancho
At the age of 13, Jackie Evancho has accomplished more than most performers twice, or even three times, her age.
'All is Lost': Rich Guy has a Bad Day on his Boat
"All Is Lost" has nothing to do with the Obama Administration. It's the latest Robert Redford vehicle, and this time it's a boat.
‘Charlie Countryman’: a dreamy, seamy tale in Bucharest
'Charlie Countryman,' with Shia LaBeouf, Evan Rachel Wood, Mads Mikkelsen, Til Schweiger, Melissa Leo, Rupert Grint.
The Huffington Post
Shia LaBeouf Took Acid Instead Of Ecstasy For 'Charlie Countryman'
Actor Shia LaBeouf attends the premiere of "The Company You Keep" at The Museum of Modern Art on Monday April 1, 2013 in New York.
Robert Redford films to highlight this weekend at Flint Institute of Arts
The Flint Institute of Arts is showcasing Hollywood icon Robert Redford this week with two films -- one new, one old.
Sundance screens Redford films through November
Sydney Pollack's 1972 film "Jeremiah Johnson" stars Robert Redford as an American soldier who escapes the Mexican War to become a mountain man.
'All is Lost': Robert Redford finds drama, smarts in lost-at-sea adventure
Is Robert Redford 's new "All Is Lost" a great, naturalistic survival tale in the tradition of Stephen Crane's "The Open Boat"? Or an existential parable that artfully evokes Camus? Yes.