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Review: 'Dark Places' Starring Charlize Theron, Nicholas Hoult, Christina Hendricks, Tye Sheridan & Chloe Grace Moretz Everyone enjoys a brief opening paragraph, so why don't we spend it listing all the things that "Dark Places," from director Gilles Paquet-Brenner ("Sarah's Key"), gets right. Its cast is undoubtedly committed, particularly a convincingly grimy Charlize Theron, and an enjoyably off-the-leash Chloe Grace Moretz, though it feels like they signed on to different films, and continued under that misapprehension all the way through shooting. Christina Hendricks is decent in a frumpy role that is sold from under her by the film's last-act twists.

TIFF Review: Antoine Fuqua’s ‘The Equalizer’ Starring Denzel Washington, Chloe Grace Moretz & Marton Csokas An unfazed tough guy walking away from an massive explosion in slow motion, it’s a tipping point reached long ago—this sequence has become a well-worn cliché in the visual vocabulary of pop culture even beyond cinema. Hell, it’s even been celebrated and mocked by the Lonely Island Guys in song. So it’s perhaps both a testament and symbol of Antoine Fuqua’s fortunate/unfortunate filmmaking modus operandi that the director not only embraces the hackneyed sequence, but also attempts to top it and create the most gloriously excessive walking-away-from-explosions scene ever made.


Chloe Grace Moretz says piracy stopped ‘Kick-Ass 3′ from happening – It seems Hit-Girl has fought her last battle. As for Chloë Grace Moretz? Not so much. In an interview with Digital 8 years 5 weeks ago via brucelee

Chloe Moretz Gives Up On Hit-Girl And Kick-Ass 3 – In 2010, Chloe Grace Moretz high-kicked her way into our hearts as the tiny and foul-mouthed Hit-Girl from Kick-Ass. The R-rated action comedy that took a decidedly less glamorous look at superheroes eventually spawned Kick-Ass 2. But don't hold your breath for a third adventure with Mindy MacCready. Moretz says her time is over. 8 years 5 weeks ago via theothersenhman

New in Theaters: 'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For,' 'If I Stay'

11:30 PM 8/22/2014 by Logan Falk
Sin City: A Dame to Kill For
The last weeks of summer seem to be following the unfortunate trend of a continuous stream of mediocre releases. The two movies arriving in theaters today haven’t been receiving hardly any positive reviews; it’s not going to be pretty any way you slice it, so let’s get to it.

Review: Chloe Moretz shines in surprisingly mature supernatural love story 'If I Stay' Chloe Grace Moretz gives a strong grown-up performance in 'If I Stay,' a surprisingly mature supernatural love story based on a popular novel, and overall, the film earns the tears it wants its audience to spill.

This generation of writers should be exceedingly grateful for this generation of actors, particularly in the sub-genre of Dying Teen Girl Dramas.

When you're a teenager, everything feels like it's life or death, that each decision has an irrevocable ripple effect that will you experience forever. But in "If I Stay," the very decision to stay alive (or not) hangs in the balance, and it's a choice that Chloë Moretz will have to make. Based on the novel by Gayle Forman, with a screenplay by Shauna Cross and directed by R.J. Cutler ("The September Issue"), this one follows Mia, who winds up in a coma following a terrible car crash.


Posted July 21st, 2014 by Binh Ngo

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