The bloodline runs thin in the anemic first two episodes of The Romanoffs 

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Part of what made Mad Men such a pleasure to watch was everything that occurred between the words. The lingering glances, slow sighs, and slight, furtive movements hinted at some strongly checked desire rustling beneath the surface that was not allowed to break into the very identity-conscious 1960’s. These quiet…

Aaron Eckhart hits his term limit, won’t appear in Angel Has Fallen

Following in the footsteps of George Washington—who took the unprecedented step of removing himself from the U.S. presidency after just two super-dumb, terrorist-themed action movies—Aaron Eckhart has announced that he won’t be reprising his role as frequently bedeviled head of state Benjamin Asher in the upcoming …

Aaron Eckhart battles demons with his psych degree in the Incarnate trailer

In 2002, Aaron Eckhart starred in Neil LaBute’s Possession, playing a scholar who alternately competed with and wooed Gwyneth Paltrow’s character in the present while Jeremy Northam romanced a poet in the past. There were no ghosts or demons to bust, as it turned out that the “possession” in question had more to do…

After years of disappointing films, does Neil LaBute’s first still hold up?

When he won the Palme D’Or at Cannes for his first feature, Sex, Lies, And Videotape, Steven Soderbergh famously opened his acceptance speech with the pessimistic disclaimer, “Well, I guess it’s all downhill from here.” That didn’t turn out to be the case, obviously, but his instinct was sound—and not just because his…