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Steve Carell stunning as John du Pont

"Foxcatcher" Grade: A He’s a far cry from Michael Scott. I speak of Steve Carell, of course, in his transformative role of John du Pont in Bennett Miller’s 2014 awards contender, “Foxcatcher.” Before I get into Carell’s unbelievable performance, allow me to sing my praises for “Foxcatcher” as a whole. Undeniably one of the best films of the season, “Foxcatcher” is the story of a wrestler, Mark Schultz, played by Channing Tatum, and his quest for excellence, a feat he believes he’ll achieve with the coaching of the mentally unstable, richer-than-God heir to the du Pont family fortune, John du Pont. I always say that the hardest thing to get right in a film – more specifically, for the director to get right – is tone.

Cinematography at its best

'Whiplash' A It takes a truly massive amount of effort and talent to make a movie about jazz drumming also be one of the best films of the year. Director and writer Damien Chazelle and his two leads, Miles Teller and J.K.

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The IU Health Bloomington Hospital is currently located at the corner of Second and Rogers streets. The City of Bloomington intends to pay $6.5 million to repurpose the property for community use.

Fans hold the Alpha Tau Omega flag in the stands of Bill Armstrong Stadium during Little 500 Qualifications on March 28, 2015. . ATO will not compete in the 2016 Little 500 due to the fraternity having their charter revoked last semester.

Lona, 34, sits in her Saturday morning English tutoring session on Oct. 24. The theme of the session was food and preparing dishes. Nina Gondola, a volunteer, keeps the lesson conversational to help Lona with her English. Lona knows very little English, and Gondola doesn't speak Arabic.

Marwan and his co-worker, Mohammed, struggle together at the Post Office to send a package to Illinois on Dec. 3. They accidentally wrote the "to" address in the "from" box so the postal worker had to give them a label to re-do it.

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