Topic: Sam Rockwell

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  • Source Code: movie review

    Source Code: movie review

    Sci-fi thriller 'Source Code', starring Jake Gyllenhaal, bends time to uncover a terrorist plot. Source Code is a sort of metaphysical Groundhog Day.

  • Conviction: movie review

    Conviction: movie review

    Strong performances by Hilary Swank, Minnie Driver, and Sam Rockwell make 'Conviction' worth seeing.

  • Iron Man 2: review

    Iron Man 2: review

    Iron Man 2 review: Like the original megablockbuster, Iron Man 2 draws heavily on Robert Downey Jr.’s quirky performance as the superhero to keep the energy focused.

  • Iron Man 2: Robert Downey Jr. returns as superhero

    Iron Man 2: Robert Downey Jr. returns as superhero

    Iron Man 2: Robert Downey Jr. is joined by Gwyneth Paltrow, Scarlett Johansson, Mickey Rourke, and Don Cheadle in the sequel to the 2008 superhero blockbuster.

  • 'Everybody's Fine': movie review

    'Everybody's Fine': movie review

    De Niro plays a widower trying to reconnect with his children in 'Everybody's Fine,' which stumbles into sentimental territory.

  • Sundance: Take my film ... please!

    Sundance: Take my film ... please!

    The annual indie film festival is proving a tough sell for moviemakers as the economy craters and distribution channels shrink.

  • Review: 'Moon'

    An astronaut winds up his three-year contract on the moon only to face creepy existential twists including meeting a younger, angrier version of himself.

  • Review: 'Frost/Nixon'

    Review: 'Frost/Nixon'

    Docudrama portrays Nixon as a tragic figure attempting to rehabilitatehis image with a series of interviews with David Frost, a lightweightopportunist.

  • Review: 'Choke'

    Review: 'Choke'

    Adaptation of Palahniuk novel is a dark comedy about sexual addiction and mothers and sons.