Greg Kinnear

Greengrass/Damon thriller suffers collective memory loss.
Compactly built, with a steady gaze that pick out weaknesses and a head that is both literally and metaphorically hard, Matt Damon makes perfect sense as the leading man for Paul Greengrass.
Insurance neo-noir scammed by one-note narrative.
SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL: Mickey Prohaska is one of those malignant weasels—issued not from nature but a cinematic vacuum—whose defining trait is contempt for a credulous world. True to his type, he’s a small town guy in sales—Mickey’s poison is...
There are some sweet moments and the film does get stronger towards the end but it just took a too long to get there
Veteran screenwriter and director Robert Benton has enjoyed a distinguished career. He won a directing Oscar for 'Kramer vs. Kramer" and was responsible for writing 'Bonnie and Clyde". He is now at the helm for 'Feast of Love". Based on...
In As Good As It Gets, Melvin Udall, Jack Nicholson, is a successful novelist who lives an isolated existence in a New York apartment building. He`s a real grouch, a bigot and a fanatic, and at first you think he`s a pain in the bum - until you...
Garry Shandling has been selected from a planet of cloned creatures to go to earth, impregnate an earth woman and procreate. Somehow this is the key to overruning earth, we`re never given the details. Given the most rudimentary instructions and a...