—— As Above/So Below Aug 29
38% The November Man Aug 27
98% Starred Up Aug 27
81% The Congress Aug 29
62% Life Of Crime Aug 29

Top Box Office

92% Guardians of the Galaxy $17.2M
20% Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles $16.7M
39% If I Stay $15.7M
20% Let's Be Cops $10.8M
18% When The Game Stands Tall $8.4M
34% The Expendables 3 $6.5M
32% The Giver $6.4M
45% Sin City: A Dame to Kill For $6.3M
65% The Hundred-Foot Journey $5.3M
20% Into The Storm $3.8M

Coming Soon

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—— The Identical Sep 05
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73% God Help the Girl Sep 05

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91% The Divide: Season 1
83% Extant: Season 1
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—— Motive: Season 2
69% Mystery Girls: Season 1
38% Taxi Brooklyn: Season 1
43% Young & Hungry: Season 1

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67% Matador: Season 1
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—— Sullivan & Son: Season 3
60% Tyrant: Season 1

Certified Fresh TV

86% The Bridge (FX): Season 2
83% Extant: Season 1
89% The Honorable Woman: Season 1
87% The Knick: Season 1
89% Manhattan: Season 1
97% Masters of Sex: Season 2
73% Murder in the First: Season 1
89% Outlander: Season 1
82% Satisfaction: Season 1
87% The Strain: Season 1
82% Welcome to Sweden: Season 1
77% You're the Worst: Season 1

Caesar Must Die Reviews

Stanley Kauffmann
The New Republic
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It is almost an impertinence to think that we understand the thoughts of these actors and those in the audience who are relatives and friends. But this is the intriguing privilege that the Taviani brothers have given us.

Full Review Source: The New Republic

June 17, 2013
Colin Covert
Minneapolis Star Tribune
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A film somewhere between documentary and neo-realist drama.

Full Review Source: Minneapolis Star Tribune | Original Score: 3.5/4

May 9, 2013
Peter Howell
Toronto Star
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There's barely a wasted moment in the film, which runs a brisk 76 minutes and contains no female roles.

Full Review Source: Toronto Star | Original Score: 3/4

March 14, 2013
Tom Long
Detroit News
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There's an intensity and emotional accuracy to the performances that's just stunning, particularly Striano's Brutus, as he longs for death and release.

Full Review Source: Detroit News | Original Score: A-

March 8, 2013
Dave Calhoun
Time Out
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It's an arresting, playful and moving film ...

Full Review Source: Time Out | Original Score: 4/5

February 26, 2013
Peter Rainer
Christian Science Monitor
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Prison theatricals are nothing new in the movies, but Caesar Must Die, a quasi-documentary featuring hardened convicts acting out Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, is in a class by itself.

Full Review Source: Christian Science Monitor | Original Score: A-

February 22, 2013
Kenneth Turan
Los Angeles Times
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Ranks among the most involving adaptations of Shakespeare ever put on screen ...

Full Review Source: Los Angeles Times | Original Score: 4/5

February 21, 2013
Joe Morgenstern
Wall Street Journal
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What works best is what's readily accessible, the startling power of performers who understand the drama all too well.

Full Review Source: Wall Street Journal

February 21, 2013
Farran Smith Nehme
New York Post
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The film gets on screen not only the play's bloody, double-dealing, hungry essence, but the redemptive potential of art.

Full Review Source: New York Post | Original Score: 4/4

February 8, 2013
Elizabeth Weitzman
New York Daily News
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The Tavianis blur the boundaries between fact and fiction, but they couldn't do it without the full complicity of their actors, or the audience.

Full Review Source: New York Daily News | Original Score: 4/5

February 7, 2013
Noel Murray
AV Club
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In Caesar Must Die, the characters are both actor and audience, looking at themselves through the lens of a centuries-old fictionalization of history.

Full Review Source: AV Club | Original Score: B+

February 7, 2013
Manohla Dargis
New York Times
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You can only guess what the lines mean to the inmates, who register as atmospheric blanks at best and brutal exotics at worst, even if the tale that they enact with such earnest vigor works because the original tragedy does.

Full Review Source: New York Times | Original Score: 2.5/5

February 5, 2013
Nick Pinkerton
Village Voice
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So solid is that conception, and so resonant the text in which questions of freedom and slavery are paramount, that the impact can hardly be diminished.

Full Review Source: Village Voice

February 5, 2013
Keith Uhlich
Time Out New York
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Hardly a dish fit for the gods.

Full Review Source: Time Out New York | Original Score: 2/5

February 5, 2013
Jordan Hoffman
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A gimmick film that begins to feel like a whole, natural piece.

Full Review Source: | Original Score: A-

February 4, 2013
David Rooney
Hollywood Reporter
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Moving away from the literary costume dramas that have been their principal terrain for many years, the Taviani Brothers explore a fascinating encounter between theater and reality.

Full Review Source: Hollywood Reporter

February 4, 2013
David Edelstein
New York Magazine/Vulture
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In a scant hour and a quarter it enlarges your notion of what theater and cinema, what art itself, can do -- it dissolves every boundary it meets.

Full Review Source: New York Magazine/Vulture

February 4, 2013
Bob Mondello
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The Taviani brothers, Paolo and Vittorio, have been blurring the line between reality and fiction in their films for six decades.

Full Review Source: NPR

January 31, 2013
Richard Brody
New Yorker
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The movie's predominant black-and-white palette pares the action to its starkest outlines, and a few color sequences reconnect the prison, and the prisoners, to the surrounding world.

Full Review Source: New Yorker

October 1, 2012
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