Daily Archives: May 15, 2014

Duvall still has “pleasures to go,” just like his character in “Old Mexico”

In his latest film, “A Night in Old Mexico,” Robert Duvall rages, as the poet put it, “against the dying of the light.” As Red, a crusty old rancher who has lost his land, who has no close family left … Continue reading

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Weekend Reviews: Good notices for “Godzilla,” weak ones for “Million Dollar Arm”

Nothing opening wide this weekend has taken a critical beating. “Godzilla,” despite being kid-friendly and PG-13, which the fanboys usually turn up their noses at (darker and more violent tends to be their taste), is winning generous reviews — overly … Continue reading

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