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7 items from 2014

Peter Berg on His Wild The Last Seduction Sex Scenes With Linda Fiorentino

3 December 2014 11:00 AM, PST | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

Welcome to Sexpositions, a weeklong Vulture celebration of sex scenes in movies and on TV. A good sex scene is about a lot more than just showing some skin. (Though sometimes it's about that, too!) In director John Dahl’s 1994 neo-noir The Last Seduction, Linda Fiorentino’s femme-fatale character Bridget Gregory turns sex into a spider’s web — a tool for ensnaring her victims. As the hapless Mike Swale, Peter Berg played one of Bridget’s character-revealing sexual conquests. He tells us about the experience.I was hanging on for dear life in those scenes. Linda was by far the aggressor. There’s a scene where I had to tell her I was hung like a horse, and she stopped and said, "Really? Let’s see." She unzipped my pants, reached down, and grabbed a hold of me and squeezed hard with a handful of ice. That’s when I »

- Jennifer Vineyard

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Let's Pick Chris Rock's Greatest Movie Moment

1 December 2014 12:59 PM, PST | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Chris Rock's incisive new interview with New York magazine features a number of awesome soundbites, but one particular quip made us think. The legendary standup talks about how he wanted Nora Ephron to direct him in a movie, and he added that he still wants to star in a Nancy Meyers project. Isn't that something? It reminded us: Chris Rock used to be in a lot more movies. And he used to be really, really awesome in them. So what's his best role to date? For my money, the greatest Chris Rock performance is in "Dogma." Why? Because that movie feels like a know-it-all 19-year-old wrote it, but Rock makes every line as Rufus, God's thirteenth apostle, feel fresh and cool and observant. Here's a particularly good moment he shares with Linda Fiorentino. It's even better when you remember he's talking about his pal God, who is played in »

- Louis Virtel

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Why I'd like to be Keanu Reeves in Speed

27 July 2014 11:30 PM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

He began the 90s with Bill and Ted's silliness and ended them with The Matrix's existential angst, but in between came Keanu Reeves's greatest role as Jack Traven, a taciturn, tough-guy cop who oozed charisma. Getting the job done never looked so cool

Why I'd like to be Patrick Fugit in Almost Famous

Why I'd like to be Molly Ringwald in Pretty in Pink

Why I'd like to be Linda Fiorentino in The Last Seduction Continue reading »

- Alex Hess

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Why I'd like to be Chewbacca in Star Wars

24 July 2014 11:30 PM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

He's a giant dog/bear with a blood-curdling howl who oozes cool as he flies spaceships around the Star Wars galaxy and shoots clone fascists with lasers plus he saved me from the terrors of Watership Down

Why I'd like to be Molly Ringwald in Pretty in Pink

Why I'd like to be Linda Fiorentino in The Last Seduction

Why I'd like to be Val Kilmer in Tombstone Continue reading »

- Luke Holland

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Men in Black

20 May 2014 9:26 AM, PDT | Sky Movies | See recent Sky Movies news »

The original sci-fi comedy smash sees Will Smith's New York street cop join a secret government agency that monitors alien activity on Earth. His loose attitude doesn't sit well with his unsmiling new partner Agent K (Tommy Lee Jones), but it takes all sorts to outsmart the scum of the universe when they intend to ruin the intergalactic peace. Rip Torn gives the orders and Linda Fiorentino lends scientific support, but the most valuable contribution to their mission comes from a talkative pug called Frank. »

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The Definitive Religious Movies: 40-31

31 March 2014 8:11 AM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Part 2 of this list gets a bit more foreign. In fact, this may be the first full list that has more foreign-language films than English-language ones. Maybe English-speaking audiences aren’t as willing to watch religious films. Maybe films associated with religion come off as preachy or accusatory. Or maybe (most of) the films on this list have done it so well already that it doesn’t need to be done again.

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40. Marketa Lazarová (1967)

Directed by František Vláčil

The film often credited as being the best to come out of the Czech Republic, Marketa Lazarová was based on the novel by Vladislav Vančura and is an early, biting narrative about the chasm of difference between paganism and its shift into Christianity in the Middle Ages, as the daughter of a lord is kidnapped and becomes the mistress of one of her kidnappers, a robber knight. It »

- Joshua Gaul

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Why this year's Vanity Fair Hollywood Issue cover is a great leap forward

5 February 2014 9:08 AM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

The annual showbiz gatefold tableau, an Annie Leibovitz shot of the cream of the film world wearing funny-looking clothes, has finally overcome its past shortcomings

Awards season breaks into a gallop with the first peek at Vanity Fair's Hollywood Issue, second only to the Superbowl as an annual exercise in celebrating rich people in funny-looking clothes. Every March the magazine features a colourfully titled gatefold cover, populated by a group of Hollywood's hottest stars and photographed by Annie Leibovitz. This year's pic features Chiwetel Ejiofor, Idris Elba and Naomie Harris, but it's not just the healthy number of Brits that makes the new cover an oddity compared to most years. It's nothing less than a rebellion against the format.


There are six black actors on this year's cover. That's a six-fold increase over most years (Will Smith was the only black man on 1996's "Boy's Town" cover, Anthony Mackie »

- Henry Barnes

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