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Anonymous, Columbia, UK/GER | Director: Roland Emmerich; Cast: Rhys Ifans, Xavier Samuel, Jamie Campbell Bower, Vanessa Redgrave, David Thewlis | B- criticWIRE | 56% Tomatometer | NY Observer: "Historians are already calling Anonymous preposterous humbug, but I found it a complex cornucopia of ideas and panache. You go away sated." / TOH iinterviews screenwriter John Orloff.
Puss in Boots, Dreamworks, US | Director: Chris Miller; Cast: Antonio Banderas, Zach Galifianakis, Salma Hayek, Billy Bob Thornton, Amy Sedaris | 80% Tomatometer | Variety: "Puss' origin story could easily stand on its own -- a testament to clever writing on the part of its creative team and an irresistible central performance by Antonio Banderas."
Janie Jones, Tribeca Films, US | Director: David M. Rosenthal; Cast: Breilen Bauer, Abigail Breslin, Richard Cotovsky, Rodney Eastman, Frances Fisher | 42% Tomatometer | Village Voice: "Nivola and Breslin sing and perform the original numbers, welcome interludes that provide respite from Rosenthal's lousy script."
The Double, Image Entertainment, US | Director: Michael Brandt; Cast: Stephen Moyer, Topher Grace, Richard Gere, Odette Yustman, Stana Katic | C+ criticWIRE | 8% Tomatometer | The Village Voice: "Whether it's the clumsy use of flashbacks, the air of manufactured portentousness, or the completely unbelievable casting of Grace in a role that requires a certain authority utterly lacking in the actor's performance, almost every move seems a misstep."
In Time, Twentieth Century Fox, US | Director: Andrew Niccol; Cast: Amanda Seyfried, Justin Timberlake, Alex Pettyfer, Cillian Murphy, Olivia Wilde | 39% Tomatometer | Miami Herald: "But even though the story doesn’t grab you, the world of In Time still fascinates. If nothing else, the film sets a record for the number of scenes in which characters are racing against a ticking clock, and every one of those moments works you up. Seconds have never felt as precious."