The American: For Italy & the World
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Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy
Stephen Frears' biopic has star power (Meryl Streep and Hugh Grant) but remains ordinary.
Marcin Wrona's portrayal of a wedding, and a haunting, is a brilliant look at historical denial.
Philip Roth's veiled autobiography about early 1950s college life makes little headway on screen.
The movie version of a Dave Eggars novel wastes Tom Hanks and leaps headlong into cultural cliché.
The prequel to "Cloverfield" is an ode to the menace of John Goodman, who steals this show.