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‘Laggies’ Review

Laggies Sundance
A24

No matter how much we’d like them to be, characters in films don’t always have to be likable. They don’t always have to make good decisions or smart choices. They don’t have to necessarily behave in an entirely believable or relatable manner. They don’t even have to change, no matter what traditional storytelling tells us. But if they are unlikable and unbelievable and stupid and stuck, even the best-intentioned films will fail. And without even good intentions? They’ll simply insult.

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‘Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit’ Review

Jack Ryan review
Paramount Pictures

Some franchises leave an indelible mark on you during your formative years, and inspire passionate, lifelong devotion from their fans – but is Jack Ryan really one of them? Given the messy lineage of the character on screen, played now by four separate actors (Alec Baldwin, Harrison Ford, Ben Affleck and here, by 'Star Trek Into Darkness' star Chris Pine), not to mention the fact that the films are wildly uneven in terms of quality, it seems like the answer would be no. But, the character’s resilience is apparently as indefatigable as Hollywood’s faith in intellectual property, which is why ‘Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit’ exists, a dull mishmash of Cold War spy games and ‘Bourne Identity’-style grit which shares much in common with the weakest of its predecessors – especially total forgettability.

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New ‘Jack Ryan’ Poster and Photos

Jack Ryan Shadow Recruit photos
Paramount Pictures

It was recently announced that Paramount's big reboot of the 'Jack Ryan' franchise would be pushed to a January, 2014 release; a move that left many wondering if this was any indication of the film's quality. Is the studio dumping this film? Let's take a look at the new 'Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit' poster as well as some new photos to see what we can find out.

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‘Anna Karenina’ Review

Focus Features
Focus Features

Do yourself a favor, don't fall in love. This is my interpretation, at least, of Joe Wright's highly stylized version of Count Leo Tolstoy's "best novel ever" 'Anna Karenina' (which, I may as well fess up, I've never read).

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‘Jack Ryan’ Picks Keira Knightley as Female Lead

Garreth Cattermole, Getty Images
Garreth Cattermole, Getty Images

Kenneth Branagh's upcoming 'Jack Ryan' film starring Chris Pine officially has a female lead in British actress Keira Knightley, who won the part over other prospective actresses like 'Lost''s Evangeline Lilly and 'Like Crazy''s Felicity Jones.

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Keira Knightley, Felicity Jones or Evangeline Lilly Could Date Jack Ryan

Felicity Jones, Keira Knightley, Evangeline Lilly
Getty Images

It's a tough role, but someone's got to take it. The still-untitled Jack Ryan reboot has its star (Chris Pine) and director/villain (Kenneth Branagh) in place, but it's missing the necessary love-interest character. Now we're hearing that it's between Keira Knightley, Felicity Jones and Evangeline Lilly.

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‘Anna Karenina’ Previews Six Minutes of Keira Knightley

Anna Karenina
Focus Features

Though we're not out of the summer season just yet - even if 'The Dark Knight Rises' is the last truly huge film of the summer - but that doesn't mean that Oscar season isn't right around the corner. And one of the big contenders this year is Joe Wright's 'Anna Karenina,' which stars Keira Knightley, Jude Law and Aaron Johnson. Now there's a six minute preview online.

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Steve Carell on His End of the World Plans: “Eating an Enormous Pizza”

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Steve Carell is the quintessential sad-clown comic. Oh, he’s fully capable of going for broke in off-the-wall comedies like 'Anchorman' or 'The 40-Year-Old Virgin.' Yet even when Carell plays serious – as he has done in such well-received feature films as 'Crazy, Stupid, Love' or 'Little Miss Sunshine' – audiences find themselves laughing along through their tears.

You might have the same reaction from ‘Seeking a Friend for the End of the World,’ a deeper-than-expected Armageddon comedy that finds two lost souls searching for redemption before an asteroid takes out our planet. We recently posted our one-on-one conversation with Carell’s ‘End of the World’ co-star, Keira Knightley. Now it’s ‘The Office’ star’s turn to open up about his Armageddon menu and the one item he'd preserve in a time capsule if our planet was on the brink.

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‘Anna Karenina’ Trailer and Poster Debut Gracefully

Anna Karenina
Focus Features

"Romantic love will be the last illusion of the old order," says a voiceover in the first trailer for 'Anna Karenina,' the latest film from director Joe Wright, starring Keira Knightley.

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Keira Knightley Interview: What Would She Do Before ‘The End Of The World?’

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Seeking a Friend for the End of the World’ is like Michael Bay’s ‘Armageddon,’ only played for laughs. It takes place in a not-so-distant future, where an asteroid is destined to obliterate our planet in 21 days. Once that premise is established, the film follows two lonely souls during their final days as they try to resolve what they believe to be their most-important emotional issues.

We were lucky enough to sit down with Keira Knightley to discuss ‘The End of the World’ as she knows it and how it would affect their thinking. She opens up about her value systems, her sense of mortality, and how she thinks she might have failed her friends and family. (Sad face?) Here’s Keira Knightley:

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