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Palo Alto review

The latest Coppola to grab a camera – Francis Ford’s granddaughter, Gia – makes a quietly assured debut with this tale of disaffected youth, adapted from a book of short stories by James Franco. The star also appears as a creepy soccer coach, object of desire for April (Emma Roberts). …

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Eames: The Architect & The Painter review

“The best for the most for the least”: that was the business credo of US husband-and-wife industrial designers/filmmakers Charles and Ray Eames, the subjects of this thorough if workmanlike documentary. Narrated by James Franco, it explores the Eames’ prolific creative collaboration via archival material and up-to-date interviews. A solid case …

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