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  • Wild
    Wild: movie review
    About halfway through Wild, the gritty journey of self-discovery from director Jean-Marc Vallée (Dallas Buyers Club), we find Reese Witherspoon lying in a hovel, naked and shooting black tar heroin. Yes, this is the same woman who once donned a...
  • Wild
    Movie Review of "Wild"
    I am sure that Reese Witherspoon will receive several best acting nominations for her performance as Cheryl Strayed: the woman who tracked the 1,100 Pacific Crest Trail in 2012; but the whole time that I watched “Wild,” I could not...
  • America’s Pacific Crest Trail hits the big screen
    America’s Pacific Crest Trail hits the big screen
    Melbourne, FL (December 23, 2914) Showing at theater near you is the Fox Searchlight movie “WILD” starring Reese Witherspoon. This movie is based upon Cheryl Strayed's best-selling book. This is a story of her life and her solo...
  • Review: Reese Witherspoon Not a "Wild" Card for Oscar Gold
    Review: Reese Witherspoon Not a "Wild" Card for Oscar Gold
    Performers sometimes reach a point in their careers when they abruptly exceed all expectations and assumptions. Julia Roberts did it, for instance, with “Erin Brockovich” and, years later, Sandra Bullock followed suit with “The...
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    Review: Wild
    Pilgrimages have been an idea that has remained prevalent in our society for many centuries. These journeys typically are caused as a release of faith, in order to re prioritize one's life, to commune with nature or a deity, or even to atone...
  • Reese showcases depth in 'Wild'
    Reese showcases depth in 'Wild'
    A single Oscar nomination or win is a sign of acceptance into a large acting echelon. But more critical than that is a second one. This second acknowledgement is a testament to the talent of the actor. Many skilled and beloved actors have only...
  • ‘Wild’ doesn’t quite go the extra mile
    ‘Wild’ doesn’t quite go the extra mile
    Reese Witherspoon gets dirty in "Wild," based on Cheryl Strayed's memoir of her 1,100 mile solo hike along the Pacific Crest Trail. But she never quite gets dirty enough. The journey is both geographic and psychic, and Witherspoon is...
  • Reese Witherspoon attends the film's premier
    Witherspoon wows in 'Wild'
    In Reese Witherspoon’s most reese-sent movie, “Wild,” which found its way into most theaters on December 3, 2014, Witherspoon completely transforms from the Elle Woods, Hollywood starlet that constantly graces the covers of...
  • Wild
    'Wild': Winning fight along the trail
    “Wild” is a tour de force for Reese Witherspoon. Directed by Jean-Marc Vallée with screenplay by Nick Hornby, based on Cheryl Strayed’s memoir: Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail, “Wild” is the story...
  • Exodus
    Weekend box office: 'Exodus' conquers 'Mockingjay' in another slow weekend
    This weekend was another slow one at the box office, with Ridley’s Scott’s new epic “Exodus: Gods and Kings” making not-very-blockbuster numbers. The retelling of the story of Moses starring Christian Bale knocked &ldquo...
  • 'Wild' is very strong
    'Wild' is very strong
    Movies that delve into the lives of women do not come along all that often. Currently in limited release is “Wild,” which is directed by Jean-Marc Vallee and is based on the best-selling autobiography by Cheryl Strayed.Set in the mid...
  • Laura Dern co-stars in 'Wild'
    Reese Witherspoon goes 'Wild'
    Screenwriter Nick Hornby (“About a Boy,” “High Fidelity) and director Jean-Marc Vallée (“The Dallas Buyers Club) did a fantastic job of weaving a heavy story that focuses on dark topics (drugs, depression, death) and week...
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    Review: Beautiful and emotive, ‘Wild’ showcases Reese Witherspoon at her best
    “I’m gonna walk my way back to the woman my mother thought I was.” That’s the thought that propels Cheryl Strayed ahead on her 1,000 mile trek along the Pacific Crest Trail. This pilgrimage, born of grief and the...
  • Wild
    Movie review: 'Wild' sends Reese Witherspoon on an emotional journey
    There seems to have been a whole slew of individualist films in recent years, from Into the Wild, to 127 Hours, to last year's All Is Lost. The latest film from director Jean-Marc Vallee (Dallas Buyers Club) definitely fits into this category...
  • Exodus: Gods and Kings
    This weekend, Ridley Scott brings Moses' story to the big screen with 'Exodus'
    This weekend, director Ridley Scott—the unofficial king of the epic movie—brings his latest movie, “Exodus: Gods and Kings”, to the big screen. Those looking for more light-hearted fare should check out Chris Rock’s...