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J. Edgar (2011)

Beautifully set and lovingly shot, Eastwood does a creditable job in tough circumstances. There is no intention here to rehabilitate Hoover but there isn’t enough to understand him either. Perhaps that’s testament to J. Edgar’s legendarily awkward relationship with Hollywood, or just a fitting tribute to a man who spent a lifetime building a legacy only to order it destroyed upon his death.
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Lavish ‘The Great Gatsby’ Trailer

Nobody does cinematic extravagance quite like Baz Lhurmann. Continuing his penchant for anachronism and revisionism, he tackles on Western Literature’s greatest baggage-heavy, death-to-the-American-dream novel of all-time, F. Scott Fitzgerald’s timeless The Great Gatsby, and serves up what looks like 2012’s most sumptuous, lavishly executed film.
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