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The People Review: George Clooney Rings Up a Great Performance in Money Monster

12 May 2016 9:00 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

In this satiric comedy-drama directed by Jodie Foster - it's her fifth feature film - George Clooney plays Lee Gates, a Wall Street prophet of profit who hosts a Jim Cramer-like cable show. Lee talks a manic streak of highs and lows, winners and losers, buy-nows and sell-sooners, all syncopated to the nano-beat of computerized financial algorithms. Fast-talking comedy isn't always Clooney's strong point - in his movies for the Coen Brothers, he has a rattling briskness that can seem forced - but here he's deadpan smooth even as Lee plays around his set with props, video screens and backup dancers. »

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The People Review: George Clooney Rings Up a Great Performance in Money Monster

12 May 2016 9:00 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

In this satiric comedy-drama directed by Jodie Foster - it's her fifth feature film - George Clooney plays Lee Gates, a Wall Street prophet of profit who hosts a Jim Cramer-like cable show. Lee talks a manic streak of highs and lows, winners and losers, buy-nows and sell-sooners, all syncopated to the nano-beat of computerized financial algorithms. Fast-talking comedy isn't always Clooney's strong point - in his movies for the Coen Brothers, he has a rattling briskness that can seem forced - but here he's deadpan smooth even as Lee plays around his set with props, video screens and backup dancers. »

- Tom Gliatto

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Paul Feig, Nancy Meyers Set for Austin Film Fest Honors

6 April 2016 2:30 PM, PDT | backstage.com | See recent Backstage news »

Filmmakers Paul Feig and Nancy Meyers will be feted at this year’s Austin Film Festival for their contributions to cinema. Feig will accept the Extraordinary Contribution to Film Award. His first feature, “I Am David,” won the award for best advance screening at the Austin Film Festival in 2003. Feig most recently wrote, directed, and produced last year’s comedy “Spy” starring Melissa McCarthy. “The Heat” and “Bridesmaids” are among the director’s other credits. Feig helms this summer’s “Ghostbusters” reboot from a script he co-wrote with Kate Dippold. Meyers is set to receive the Distinguished Screenwriter Award from the fest. Meyers received an Oscar nomination for her first film “Private Benjamin” in 1980 alongside Charles Shyer and Harvey Miller. Meyers’ wrote and directed Disney’s remake of “The Parent Trap,” “Something’s Gotta Give,” “The Holiday,” “It’s Complicated,” and last year’s “The Intern.” Her other writing credits include “Irreconcilable Differences, »

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