As all eyes turn to the Toronto International Film Festival this weekend, it’s worth remembering that another major film festival is still wrapping up. That would be the 74th Annual Venice Film Festival, the oldest major film festival and home to several of this year’s most enticing fall movies. Whether you prefer your movies to have dark humor, biting social commentary, or underwater monsters, odds are good there was something for everyone in Italy these past week or so.
British actress Charlotte Rampling was one of the lower-profile performers to secure a nomination at this year’s Academy Awards, impressing voters with her devastating and controlled performance in Andrew Haigh’s relationship drama 45 Years. Ms. Rampling is currently sixty-nine years old, which is to say she was born in 1946 and came of age during the ’50s and ’60s — a different time, to be sure. Like many individuals at a relatively older age, she reflects the social norms of her era, many of which society has since advanced past. Older folks sometimes express opinions that younger generations find objectionable, and while such comments ought not to be excused outright, they also must be considered within the cultural context from they originated.
The National Society of Film Critics, a group made up of fifty-three of the most esteemed, elite American film critics, recently convened for their 50th annual meeting to determine the finest films, performances, as well as other assorted creative and technical achievements in 2015...
For months now we've known that 'Dexter''s eighth and final season would feature Charlotte Rampling as visiting neuropsychiatrist Dr. Evelyn Vogel, arriving to assist Miami Metro with a case. Naturally, she finds herself fixated on the psychopathic Dexter Morgan, but does the character's significance run much deeper? What new spoilers from 'Dexter' season 8 have emerged that add a tremendous piece
Now that 'Dexter's upcoming eighth season has been confirmed as the final year for Miami's most famous fictional serial killer, the pieces have begun to fall into place for the Showtime drama's ultimate endgame. Perhaps most crucial of all to that endgame is Charlotte Rampling's Dr. Eveyln Vogel, a neuropsychiatrist with a fixation on Dexter Morgan, and the subject of 'Dexter's latest final season
While no decision has yet been made about a final season of 'Dexter,' fans of the Showtime serial killer series were elated to learn that 'Dexter' season 8 would premiere in June ahead of its usual September airdate, helping to launch the network's new Liev Schrieber drama 'Ray Donovan.' Along with the early launch date, Showtime revealed two new recurring characters crucial to the final season, o