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Carol – a triumph of style over substance

Carol – a triumph of style over substance

Joyce Glasser reviews Carol (November 27, 2015) Cert. 15, 118 min. In Patricia Highsmith’s Strangers on a Train and in the The Talented Mr. Ripley, both of which have been made into now classic films, ...
Kate Winslet and Judy Davis deserve an encore.

Kate Winslet and Judy Davis deserve an encore.

Joyce Glasser reviews The Dressmaker As the title, director, largely female cast and the importance of fashion in the plot might suggest, The Dressmaker is a decidedly feminine movie. Based on Rosalie ...
Steve Jobs is a visionary conductor

Steve Jobs is a visionary conductor

Joyce Glasser reviews Steve Jobs (November 13, 2015) If anyone could upstage the late Steve Jobs, the brilliant co-founder, chairman and CEO of Apple Inc, majority owner of Pixar Animation, and subjec ...