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8 items from 2015

Scream: ranking the movies in order of quality

16 February 2015 1:56 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Which is the scariest Scream of them all? We’ve put the satirical, postmodern slasher series in order…

This feature contains spoilers for all of the Scream movies.

Do you like scary movies? Director Wes Craven and writer Kevin Williamson decided most people probably did. In the mid 90s, they breathed life into a flagging genre by creating a new knife-wielding icon who, crucially, was aware of all the horror movie villains who’d gone before.

In fact, ‘Ghostface’ was so into his horror trivia that he quizzed his victims about it before striking. Could watching enough horror movies save you when your own life threatened to turn into one? According to Scream, maybe it could.

Although the first movie ends with – spoiler! – the death of both the killers behind the mask, the Ghostface persona proved harder to kill. In the tradition of so many other slasher villains, Ghostface came back for more. »

- simonbrew

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Match Movie Review

17 January 2015 11:28 AM, PST | ShockYa | See recent ShockYa news »

Title: Match Director: Stephen Belber Starring: Patrick Stewart, Carla Gugino and Matthew Lillard People who have garnered respect and notoriety in their chosen career path may not always lead a glamorous life, as they can also easily face hurdles when the public begins to associate them with just one achievement or milestone in their lives. They also often face obstacles in forming meaningful, lasting personal relationships, as they continuously strive to maintain the success they’re grown accustomed to throughout their careers. This is certainly the case with one of the lead character in writer-director Stephen Belber’s new comedy-drama ‘Match,’ the movie adaptation of the filmmaker’s 2005 Tony-nominated play of the  [ Read More ]

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Match Review

15 January 2015 7:10 PM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

It is clear by the 15-minute mark of Stephen Belber’s drama Match that the film we are watching had its roots on the stage. The camera is mostly stationary, framing its actors in tight close-ups, and the dialogue lingers on the idiosyncrasies of the characters rather than propelling the story forward. However, the biggest give-away is that Patrick Stewart flamboyantly spits his lines and enunciates each syllable, as if a large audience existed where the camera stands.

Like many plays confined to a couple of settings that eventually transition to the big screen, Match struggles to find a directorial style or mark that differentiates it from the theatre. It also fails to deliver a real purpose to exist in a new medium. (Unlike 12 Angry Men, still the best stage-to-screen adaptation, you often notice that most of the drama is confined to one location.) Fortunately for Belber, strong acting from »

- Jordan Adler

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Review: Patrick Stewart Shines In 'Match'

14 January 2015 4:05 PM, PST | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

In the fitfully entertaining “Match,” Patrick Stewart is Tobi, an experienced dance instructor who has arrived in New York City after a whirlwind globe-trotting lifestyle. His days are spent working with students craving approval and attention, barking orders through his thick brogue. When he returns home, it is to solitude, to knitting and the occasional deli visit. Tobi is a child of the sixties, and his liberation during that period has allowed him a contemporary peace. That peace is broken when Tobi accepts an offer for an interview with Lisa and Mike (Carla Gugino, Matthew Lillard). His restlessness is endearing, his social anxiety plucky and attractive. When he is joined by the duo at a diner, he exerts effort to make an off-color joke before profusely apologizing. Stewart's performance is of a man who has constantly found time to self-analyze, thinking it's the same as perceiving and understanding the needs of others. »

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Match | Review

14 January 2015 10:30 AM, PST | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

Stewart’s Eccentricity Barely Keeps “Match” Lit

Groomed and primmed ballet dancers create arches and points which are lauded and corrected by their instructor, kept sharp by his knowledge and dedication to the craft. The bustling bright city of New York as its backdrop, the liveliness of the city is matched only by its protagonist. Introduced at the beginning is a sense of high regard and careful perception which can only be achieved by a writer who like, Tobi, understands his or her own craft to the point where it becomes not just their livelihood but their life. Writer/director Stephen Belber’s start stems from theatre with plays such as Tape (which had its film adaptation directed by Richard Linklater) and The Laramie Project (in which he shares credit with multiple people) and a half dozen years after his film debut in Jennifer Aniston starring Management, he proves to »

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Awfully Good: Hackers + Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie (Video)

14 January 2015 1:51 AM, PST | JoBlo.com | See recent JoBlo news »

Michael Mann's techno-thriller Blackhat is getting dumped in January, which means it probably doesn't hold a candle to… Hackers (1995) Director: Iain Softley Stars: Jonny Lee Miller, Angelina Jolie, Matthew Lillard Crash Override, Acid Burn, Phantom Phreak, Cereal Killer, and Lord Nikon must stop The Plague from unleashing the Da Vinci virus and framing them for the crime. That should all make sense if you watch the movie. To be honest, »

- Jason Adams

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Patrick Stewart Is Great in Match, a Stellar Indie Drama

13 January 2015 9:00 PM, PST | Village Voice | See recent Village Voice news »

Writer-director Stephen Belber's inspiriting, generous Match is so good that it's like some kind of trick. In what can only be characterized as a verdant collaboration between the director and the irreplaceable Patrick Stewart, the film offers a vivid portrait of a huge-hearted Juilliard dance professor named Tobi Powell who loves his art and his students, but who has withdrawn from his friends and colleagues. He's agreed to an interview by Lisa (Carla Gugino) and her husband, Mike (Matthew Lillard), purportedly for her dissertation on the history of dance in the 1960s. But as their conversation progresses through several lengthy, discursive scenes, it becomes clear that the couple has a completely different agenda. As a man, Tobi has much to recommend him: He's convivial, extrov »

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Review: Match

13 January 2015 4:22 PM, PST | JoBlo.com | See recent JoBlo news »

Plot: Tobi (Patrick Stewart) . a renowned ballet instructor . agrees to be interviewed by a grad student (Carla Gugino) and her husband (Matthew Lillard) but as the afternoon goes on, skeletons are dragged out of the closet and Tobi must face the transgressions of his youth. Review: While most of us can't help but know Patrick Stewart best from Star Trek: The Next Generation and X-men, it's worth remembering that the man has had a long and varied career. Incredibly, Stewart was »

- Chris Bumbray

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