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— Sean Connery, Goldfinger

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Saturday Night Fever

Travolta is charismatic on the screen, but is also able to disappear into the role —Andrea Birgers (DVD review...)

Travolta catches Saturday Night Fever

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Rachel McAdams

  • Every Thing Will Be Fine (2015)

    For Gainsbourg and Franco, Every Thing Will Be Fine Review by Marty Mapes: Story-less tale of depression isn't helped by 3D cinematography

  • Spotlight (2015)

    Keaton and Ruffalo shine the Spotlight on the Catholic Church Review by Robert Denerstein: A terrific film about true team work and the good that journalists can do

  • Southpaw (2015)

    Gyllenhaal gives McAdams his Southpaw Review by Robert Denerstein: Offers a hard punch, but no knockout

  • Aloha (2015)

    Review by Marty Mapes: If Crowe hadn't tried to do so much it might have been more enjoyable

  • About Time (2013)

    Nighy explains that it's About Time Review by Matt Anderson: About Time is two hours of time viewers will never get back.

    Review by Robert Denerstein: Delivers its message with unfortunate directness

  • To the Wonder (2013)

    Affleck and Kurylenko are led To the Wonder Review by Robert Denerstein: A master mumbles

  • Passion (2012)

    McAdams and Rapace use their Passion Review by Marty Mapes: De Palma twists his noir into a Gordian knot

    Review by Robert Denerstein: A lukewarm serving of Passion, a sometimes silly thriller

  • The Vow (2012)

    Tatum and McAdams take The Vow Review by Robert Denerstein: Amnesia, heartbreak and romance make for a too-familiar Valentine's Day entertainment

  • Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows (2011)

    Downey and Law play A Game of Shadows Review by Matt Anderson: A Game of Shadows starts strong and ends even stronger.

    Review by Robert Denerstein: As a big movie action contraption, it's passable

  • Midnight in Paris (2011)

    Review by Marty Mapes: Allen and Wilson dip their toes into the golden age

    Review by Robert Denerstein: Allen's 41st is slender but entertaining

  • Sherlock Holmes (2009)

    Law is Watson to Downey's Sherlock Holmes Review by Matt Anderson: Brawling, eccentric, and genuinely fun adaptation

  • Red Eye (2005)

    Craven makes Red Eye a gripping thrilller Review by Nick Reed: Three quarters of the film is straight thriller; no creatures, no blades, no masks

  • A Most Wanted Man

    Review by Robert Denerstein: Cobijn doesn't totally conquer le Carré's complicated plot

    Review by Marty Mapes: Kudos to Hoffman in this good-enough le Carré spy tale

  • Morning Glory

    Review by Matt Anderson: Morning Glory does little to stifle the yawns.