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17 items from 2014

International Trailer for The Little Prince Film Adaptation

9 December 2014 9:23 AM, PST | GeekTyrant | See recent GeekTyrant news »

An international trailer has been released for the big screen adaptation of The Little Prince. The film is based on the book by the French aristocrat, writer, poet and pioneering aviator Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. The film was made with a mix of CG and stop-motion animation. 

The trailer is completely in French, but it does give us our first look at what we can expect to see in the movie. Since the book is so short, the filmmakers took creative liberties to add a few things to stretch it out into a feature length film. Basically they set the story in a new narrative with the use of a little girl who discovers the Prince's adventures with the stranded pilot/author from the story. I do have to say that the film looks absolutely beautiful.

The Little Prince stars Riley Osborne as the Prince, Marion Cotillard as The Rose, Rachel McAdams as The Mother, »

- Joey Paur

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First Trailer For Upcoming Animated Adaptation Of The Little Prince

9 December 2014 5:46 AM, PST | | See recent ComicBookMovie news »

Unfortunately you won't hear any of them in this particular trailer, because it's in French! The Little Prince has always been one of my favourite stories, but the slim novella hardly warrants a full-length animated feature. With that in mind, they've added a framing story of a little girl discovering the Prince's earthly adventures with, we assume, the stranded pilot/author as we do in the movie. The Little Prince stars Riley Osborne as the Prince, Marion Cotillard as The Rose, Rachel McAdams as The Mother, James Franco as The Fox, Jeff Bridges as The Aviator, Benicio del Toro as The Snake, Ricky Gervais as The Conceited Man, Paul Giamatti as The Teacher, Albert Brooks as Businessman, Bud Cort as The King, and Mackenzie Foy as The Girl. The film is set for release in France on October 7th, 2015. No Us/UK date has been announced yet. »

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Invaders from Mars (1986) review

24 September 2014 12:54 AM, PDT | MoreHorror | See recent MoreHorror news »

Reviewed by Kevin Scott

Invaders from Mars (1986)

Directed by: Tobe Hooper

Written by: Richard Blake, Don Jakoby, and Dan O’Bannon

Cast: Hunter Carson (David Gardner), Karen Black (Linda Magnusson), Timothy Bottoms (George Gardner), Laraine Newman (Ellen Gardner), James Karen (Gen. Climet Wilson), Bud Cort (Mark Weinstein)

The best that I can tell, nostalgia runs on a thirty year cycle. I can speculate that what everybody watches as children, shapes them into adults with a deep seated desire to emulate it or watch it being emulated. A select few make it to a position where they can actually interject that nostalgia into the contemporary mainstream, and satisfy both the fans of the original material, but also put such a spit shine on the old premise that even the youngsters dig it, and have no idea that it’s based on something way older than they are. In the 1980’s we »

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Wamg At The Giver Press Day

16 August 2014 12:11 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

The all new film The Giver, based on the young adult novel of the same name, hit theaters today. In celebration of the film Wamg sat down with Jeff Bridges, Katie Holmes, Brenton Thwaites, Odeya Rush, Cameron Monaghan, Phillip Noyce, Lois Lowry, Robert B. Weide, Michael Mitnick and Nikki Silver along with other members of the press at the La press day. Check some of the highlights out below!

The haunting story of The Giver centers on Jonas (Brenton Thwaites), a young man who lives in a seemingly ideal, if colorless, world of conformity and contentment. Yet as he begins to spend time with The Giver (Jeff Bridges), who is the sole keeper of all the community’s memories, Jonas quickly begins to discover the dark and deadly truths of his community’s secret past. With this newfound power of knowledge, he realizes that the stakes are higher than imagined »

- Melissa Howland

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Chain Saw Massacre and Eaten Alive Actress Dead at 64

7 August 2014 7:11 PM, PDT | Alt Film Guide | See recent Alt Film Guide news »

The Texas Chain Saw Massacre’ actress Marilyn Burns dead at 64 The Texas Chain Saw Massacre actress Marilyn Burns, the one cast member who manages to survive Leatherface in Tobe Hooper’s low-budget 1974 horror cult classic, was found dead on Tuesday, August 4, 2014, at her home in the Houston area. According to her manager, "she was found unresponsive by a family member." The cause of death remains unclear. Burns (born on July 5, 1950, in Erie, Pennsylvania) was 64. The Houston-raised Marilyn Burns began appearing in films in the early ’70s. She had a bit part in Robert Altman’s Houston-filmed Brewster McCloud (1970), starring Bud Cort, Sally Kellerman, and Shelley Duvall, and was later cast in a supporting role in Sidney Lumet’s Austin-shot 1974 drama Lovin’ Molly; however, Burns was ultimately replaced by Susan Sarandon, reportedly remaining in the production as a stand-in for both Sarandon and Blythe Danner. Also in 1974, Marilyn Burns landed the »

- Andre Soares

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Jeff Bridges talks filming 'The Giver' with his dad 20 years ago

25 July 2014 9:13 AM, PDT | EW - Inside Movies | See recent - Inside Movies news »

Jeff Bridges is a really big fan of The Giver—so much so that he once filmed his own adaptation of the book, starring his dad, Llyod Bridges, as the title character and Bud Cort as the narrator. Bridges joked that if he ever found that tape, “it would be a good auxiliary thing on the DVD.”

Bridges told the tale of the “first” Giver movie Thursday, when he dropped by EW’s hideout at Comic-Con—along with Giver author Lois Lowry and Brenton Thwaites and Odeya Rush, who star in the film adaptation coming to theaters this August. The »

- Jackson McHenry

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‘Harold and Maude’ Blu-ray Review (Masters of Cinema)

14 July 2014 7:53 AM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Stars: Bud Cort, Ruth Gordon, Vivian Pickles, Cyril Cusack, Charles Tyner, Ellen Geer, Eric Christmas | Written by Colin Higgins | Directed by Hal Ashby

Harold (Cort) is young, rich, depressed, lonely and obsessed with death. His idea of fun is visiting funerals and pretending to commit suicide in a variety of gruesome and violent ways in front of his controlling mother. One day at a funeral he meets Maude (Gordon), a fun and rebellious seventy-nine year-old who loves life and every thing to do with it. As their friendship grows, Maude teaches Harold how to live life to the full with a smile on your face, how to love and to not worry so much about the little things.

Filmed in 1971, Harold and Maude is coming to Blu-ray this year as part of the Masters of Cinema series. This irreverent and dark comedy is a strange tale of loving life to the fullest. »

- Richard Axtell

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Harold And Maude Blu-Ray Review

8 July 2014 6:00 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Director: Hal Ashby

Cast: Bud Cort, Ruth Gordon, Vivian Pickles


Running Time: 91 Minutes

Special Features: Audio commentary by Hal Ashby biographer Nick Dawson and producer Charles B. Mulvehill,40 page booklet featuring archival interviews with director Hal Ashby and writer-producer Colin Higgins, a 1971 profile of star Ruth Gordon and rare archival imagery.

I was really pleased when I recieved Harold And Maude to review.  I had seen it as a teenager and had really enjoyed it as it was like nothing I had ever seen before.  The film has it all, romance,drama, comedy and a fantastic soundtrack by Cat Stevens.

Harold And Maude is set around the friendship between two rather extraordianry people.  Bud Cort plays Harold, a young troubled man who is desperate for his rich mother’s affections.  He likes to stage these elaborate suicides but as time goes on his mother is more concerned with »

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Original Bates Motel Will Be Included in a Psycho Four-Pack

26 June 2014 5:27 AM, PDT | | See recent shocktillyoudrop news »

Before A&E's Bates Motel - a contemporary take on the life of Norman Bates and his relationship with his mother, Norma - there was a made-for-television movie in 1987 called Bates Motel. Written and directed by Richard Rothstein and starred Bud Cort, Lori Petty, Moses Gunn, Gregg Henry and even Jason Bateman. If you recall, this take didn't focus on Norman Bates so much as it introduced us to his roomie from the mental hospital! The '87 Bates Motel was meant to be a television pilot, but a series never quite took off.

The post Original Bates Motel Will Be Included in a Psycho Four-Pack appeared first on Shock Till You Drop. »

- Ryan Turek

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Blu-ray Review: ‘Hallucination Strip’ an embarrassing portrait of drug culture

29 April 2014 11:20 AM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Hallucination Strip

Written by Vincenzo Mannino, Lucio Marcaccini, and Josè Sanchez

Directed by Lucio Marcaccini

Italy, 1975

In 1975, Bud Cort, high from his recent success as Harold in Harold & Maude, decided to don a rough goatee and follow a trail of money that ended at a psychedelic passion project from a no-name director. In some ways, Hallucination Strip could remind one of the recent Under the Skin insomuch that Cort’s baby-face and mustachio combo along with his heavy Italian Adr give him the image of a well-blended alien amongst the Roman hippies. Alas, Cort scurries along with them in a battered tale of sex, drugs, and petty theft — sadly human after all. With Kino’s Raro Video division release of Hallucination Strip on Blu-ray, audiences today can experience Eurocrime cinema with Hollywood star flair ending in predictably disastrous results.

Strip sees the Italian 1970s as the final stakes in the coffin of hippiedom. »

- Zach Lewis

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Hallucination Strip | Blu-Ray Review

29 April 2014 9:55 AM, PDT | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

Raro Video restores an odd obscurity with Hallucination Strip, the one and only film to be directed by Lucio Marcaccini. As one easily can see several minutes into the feature, his lack of subsequent films is for good reason. A handful of Italian actors in supporting roles are out shadowed by the curious presence of American actor Bud Cort in the lead role in this uneasy stew of police procedural and youth counter culture. Wildly uneven and amounting to what seems like a whole lot of nothing, those mildly curious might be moved to give it a look.

Massimo Monaldi (Cort) is a student involved in political protests, particularly on issues pertaining to the current state of the education system as a means to oppress Italy’s youth. But he’s also a good time guy, running with a pack of rebellious youths whose main interests usually have something to do with sex, »

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Blu-ray, DVD Release: Hallucination Strip

11 April 2014 1:53 PM, PDT | Disc Dish | See recent Disc Dish news »

Blu-ray & DVD Release Date: April 29, 2014

Price: DVD $19.95, Blu-ray $29.95

Studio: Raro Video/Kino

Italian filmmaker Lucio Marcaccini’s only film, the 1975 movie Hallucination Strip is a psychedelic crime flick with a social commentary.

Bud Cort (Harold & Maude), in his debut performance, plays Massimo Monaldi, a student involved in political protests and juvenile delinquency. When Massimo steals a valuable tobacco box, he quickly becomes tangled in a dangerous web between the police and the mafia.

Culminating in an extended and elaborately choreographed party sequence, underscored with a trippy soundtrack by Albert Verrecchia, Hallucination Strip excels with it’s not-so-subtle mix of sex, drugs, religion, politics and corruption.

Presented in Italian with English subtitles, the Blu-ray and DVD contain the following bonus features:

-New HD transfer form original 35mm negative

-New and improved English subtitle translation

-Fully illustrated booklet by Nocturno Cinema

-Video interview with the editor Giulio Berruti

-Original Italian theatrical trailer »

- Laurence

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Pumping Iron and the birth of the 80s action hero

18 March 2014 6:59 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Feature Ryan Lambie 19 Mar 2014 - 06:21

The 1977 docu-drama Pumping Iron launched Schwarzenegger's career, and led to an era of fitness obsession and action heroes, Ryan writes...

In February 1976, the Whitney Museum in New York played host to a highly unusual exhibit: Arnold Schwarzenegger, clad in little more than a tiny pair of brown briefs, posing like a Greek statue on a rotating platform. Around him, some of the Manhattan art scene's most famous critics sat and pontificated.

Called Articulate Muscle: The Male Body In Art, the exhibition included two fellow Mr Universe bodybuilders, Frank Zane and Ed Corney, plus a panel of artists and historians, who discussed the notion of "the body itself as an art medium". The event was inspired and organised by Charles Gaines, a former weight lifter and author of the book Pumping Iron, a candid and in-depth account of bodybuilding with photographs by George Butler.

Originally expected to attract around 300 visitors, »

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Tenacious Eats Presents “Westrospective” – Wes Anderson Month at ‘Movies for Foodies’

20 February 2014 9:07 AM, PST | | See recent news »

Director Wes Anderson’s newest The Grand Budapest Hotel, opens March 21st. The trailers trot out the usual Anderson calling cards: dry humor, beautiful shots, a killer soundtrack, and of course, Bill Murray Jason Schwartzman, and Owen Wilson. So much seems borrowed from Anderson’s earlier films that he might as well be following a checklist but though the director has consistently divided audiences, his films have always won over his many loyal supporters.

The chefs at Tenacious Eats are big fans of Wes Anderson and they have christened the month of March “Westrospective – Wes Anderson Month” as part of their film series Movies for Foodies. This is a one-of-a-kind event where food is prepared and plated in front of you while you watch a film on the big screen. Tenacious Eats only works with locally produced food procured by them and hard-to-find ingredients imported from places that specialize in them. »

- Tom Stockman

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Blu-ray Release: The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou

19 February 2014 7:24 AM, PST | Disc Dish | See recent Disc Dish news »

Blu-ray Release Date: May 27, 2014

Price: Blu-ray $39.95

Studio: Criterion

Bill  Murray (Lost in Translation) stars in Wes Anderson’s (Moonrise Kingdom) quirky 2004 comedy adventure The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou, which makes it’s Blu-ray debut on the venerable Criterion label.

Internationally famous oceanographer Steve Zissou (Murray) and his crew—Team Zissou—set sail on an expedition to hunt down the mysterious, elusive, possibly nonexistent Jaguar Shark that killed Zissou’s partner during the documentary filming of their latest adventure. They are joined on their voyage by a young airline copilot (Owen Wilson, Hall Pass), a pregnant journalist (Cate Blanchett, Blue Jasmine), and Zissou’s estranged wife, Eleanor (Anjelica Huston, Crimes and Misdemeanors).

The all-star ensemble of Steve Zissou also includes Willem Dafoe (Platoon), Jeff Goldblum (Morning Glory) and Bud Cort (Harold and Maude).

Criterion issued Steve Zissou on DVD in 2005 and has ported over that edition’s bonus features for the Blu-ray edition. »

- Laurence

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Altman’s Unsung ’70s

20 January 2014 1:50 PM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Director Robert Altman had his fair share of ups and downs. The oscillation between works widely lauded and those typically forgotten is prevalent throughout his exceptionally diverse career. This was — and still is — certainly the case with his 1970s output. This decade of remarkable work saw the release of now established classics like M*A*S*H, Nashville, and McCabe & Mrs. Miller, as well as a picture like 3 Women, which would gradually gain a cult following of sorts and subsequently be regarded as a quality movie despite its initial dismissal. But couched between and around these features are more electric and generally more unorthodox films. There are multiple titles from this, arguably Altman’s most creative of decades, that remain generally unheralded to all but his most ardent of admirers.

For Altman, the 1970s began with this disparity. The first year of the decade saw the release of M*A*S*H, »

- Jeremy Carr

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The Definitive Romantic Comedies: 40-31

19 January 2014 9:05 PM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Welcome back to the Definitive List, where for the inaugural top 50, we’re counting down the best romantic comedies. The majority of numbers 50 through 41 weren’t so traditional. A secret-admirer movie, a period piece, a “These two don’t make sense together” movie, and a French fantasy among them, but we still managed to squeak in a Wes Anderson movie and a surrealist masterpiece. It doesn’t get any more traditional from here, as numbers 40 through 31 jumps around just as much, from sub-genre to sub-genre. Regardless, these films have made their mark on the industry and still hold a place in the pantheon of the rom-com hall of fame.

#40. Groundhog Day (1993)

Bill Murray was nominated for an Oscar after his dramatic turn in Sofia Coppola’s Lost in Translation. He has shown great promise in Wes Anderson’s films. But his best performance to date came in this Harold Ramis »

- Joshua Gaul

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