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    Ralph Fiennes Career Watch: from 'Schindler's List' and Mile-High Antics to 'Grand Budapest Hotel'

    Ralph Fiennes carries Wes Anderson's indie period comedy 'Grand Budapest Hotel' on his able shoulders. We examine Fiennes' career from his breakout role in "Schindler's List" through "The English Patient" and his recent turn to directing. Where should he go from here?

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    Interview: Ralph Fiennes On 'The Invisible Woman,' Working With Wes Anderson & Awards Season Pitfalls

    In town to accept an honorary Dragon Award from the Göteborg International Film Festival (which seriously has the coolest mascot, I mean, Lions, and Leopards and Bears, oh my, but Dragons), actor, director and Dark Lord Ralph Fiennes also presented his latest directorial offering “The Invisible Woma...

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    Talking the Oscar-Nominated Costume Design of 'The Invisible Woman'

    Oscar-winning costume designer Michael O' Connor ("The Duchess") may be an expert at period pieces, but he was a Charles Dickens novice along with actor-director Ralph Fiennes before making "The Invisible Woman." And in this year's battle of the period pieces ("American Hustle," "The Great Gatsby," ...

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    Felicity Jones on Reuniting With Ralph Fiennes for 'The Invisible Woman' and Her Rise After 'Like Crazy'

    It was three years ago to this month that Felicity Jones officially broke through.

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    Specialty Box Office: 'August' In December As Julia and Meryl Open In Heated Xmas Marketplace

    'Tis the season for going to the movies as an extremely crowded marketplace battled it out for holiday box office dollars.

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    Review: Ralph Fiennes Directs Himself As Charles Dickens In Classy 'Invisible Woman,' But It's Felicity Jones Who Shines

    Ralph Fiennes' quasi-modern adaptation of "Coriolanus," which marked the actor's directorial debut, was a sharply experimental take on the source material. For his second effort behind the camera, "The Invisible Woman," the director has taken a more classical approach. Adapting Claire Tomalin's book...

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    The Invisible Woman

    Ralph Fiennes delivers a magnificent performance as Charles Dickens while directing himself and a first-rate ensemble in "The Invisible Woman."

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    The Playlist Staff's Most Overrated And Underrated Films Of 2013

    You have to be especially careful with the words “overrated” or “underrated.” Some people don't like the terms, thinking that they're condescending or snide, elevating your own opinions over those of the majority. And arguably they have a strong point, but the words do serve a purpose—how else is a ...

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    Ralph Fiennes On How His Own Celebrity Factors Into 'The Invisible Woman' and How Painful It Was to Edit His Own Performance

    With "The Invisible Woman," Ralph Fiennes proves that his acclaimed directorial debut "Coriolanus" was no fluke. Shot just over a year later, "The Invisible Woman" sees the Oscar-nominee go from playing one of Shakespeare's most divisive protagonists to embodying beloved author Charles Dickens. Show...

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    BEST FILMS OF 2013

    I am absolutely certain about the top three films on this list. But the further down we go, the more absurd it seems to rank films as different as the Coen Brothers' wonderfully layered look at a struggling folk singer in the 60's and Martin Scorsese's bacchanalia of 80's excess.

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