tommy lee jones

Film Review: Emperor (2012)

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The US occupation of Japan in the aftermath of World War II hasn’t garnered much attention from filmmakers, making the subject for director Peter Webber’s Emperor rich ground for exploration.

Film Review: Lincoln (2012)

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Daniel Day-Lewis has once again created another legendary performance, embodying Lincoln with tremendous grace and tenderness. Day-Lewis intensely inhabits the character most impressively with his voice, rarely raised above a calm and collected tone. Though no recordings of Lincoln’s voice existed – having died a short time before Edison’s phonograph was invented – it feels safe to say that Day-Lewis nails it.