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Jane Got A Gun review

25 April 2016 1:26 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

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Natalie Portman and Ewan McGregor star in new western Jane Got A Gun. Here's our review...

Maybe it's just my experience, but it might tell you something about how rare female-fronted Westerns are that some of my older relatives have asked me if Jane Got A Gun is related to Calamity Jane. As has been reflected in the vast majority of the genre throughout its cinematic history, men are the agents of frontier mythology and the American dream to such a great extent that women's options are next to non-existent.

In this case, the eponymous Jane (Natalie Portman) is quietly devastated when her husband Bill 'Ham' Hammond (Noah Emmerich) rides home after an altercation with the fearsome Bishop boys (led by Ewan McGregor), riddled with bullets and barely alive. Worse still, the gang are following Ham back to Jane, with whom they also have history, and the »

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Contest: Win An Action Packed 'Jane Got A Gun' Prize Pack

25 April 2016 1:16 PM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

Earlier this year, Natalie Portman's gunslinging western "Jane Got A Gun" came and went from theaters. But if you missed it, not only do we have a copy of the movie to help you catch up, but a few more films of female-driven action to make for an exciting quadruple bill of thrills. Directed by Gavin O'Connor, and also featuring Joel Edgerton, Ewan McGregor, Rodrigo Santoro, Noah Emmerich and Boyd Holbrook, the movie centers on Jane Hammond, who has built a life on the rugged western plains with her husband Bill "Ham" Hammond and young daughter. But when Ham stumbles home riddled with bullets after a run-in with the relentless John Bishop and his gang, she knows they will not stop until her family is dead. In desperation, Jane turns to Dan Frost, a man from her past, for help in what becomes a battle for survival. The prize »

- The Playlist Staff

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What's New on Netflix, TV, Digital, and DVD/Blu-ray This Week: April 25-May 1

25 April 2016 8:00 AM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

At a loss for what to watch this week? From new DVDs and Blu-rays, to what's new on Netflix and TV, we've got you covered.

New on DVD and Blu-ray

"Ride Along 2"

Are you ready for another ride with Kevin Hart and Ice Cube? In "Ride Along 2," the comedy duo return as partners (and brothers-in-law-to-be) to tackle a new crime in Miami. The movie comes out on Blu-ray, DVD, and On Demand on Tuesday, April 26. The DVD and Blu-ray both include deleted scenes, a gag reel, feature commentary, and several featurettes; the Blu-ray also includes five other special features.

Watch this funny exclusive behind-the-scenes clip illustrating the real-life odd couple dynamic between Kevin Hart and Ice Cube:

"Jane Got a Gun"

This film has a rather labored history to the big screen, but you can see the results for yourself on DVD/Blu-ray April 26. Natalie Portman plays »

- Gina Carbone

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Jane Got a Gun movie review: a woman’s view on the Old West

22 April 2016 10:24 AM, PDT | www.flickfilosopher.com | See recent FlickFilosopher news »

A gritty woman’s perspective on tropes of the western genre, a lean action drama that is sparse yet sympathetic, and laconic but simmers with deep emotion. I’m “biast” (pro): desperate for stories about women; love Natalie Portman

I’m “biast” (con): nothing

(what is this about? see my critic’s minifesto)

Jane got a gun. She also got a movie. Hooray! And not just because women hardly ever get the spotlight in a Western. This particular film suffered a long roller-coaster battle to get made: its original director and a big-name star dropped out along the way; cast was reshuffled. But there’s no hint of behind-the-scenes turmoil in the finished product: this is a lean action drama, laconic but simmering with deep emotion that must stay buried with more pragmatic concerns at the fore.

It’s Middle of Nowhere, New Mexico Territory, 1871, when Jane’s »

- MaryAnn Johanson

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Jane Got a Gun review – laborious and solemn western with absurd finale

21 April 2016 3:00 PM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Natalie Portman plays a tough frontierswoman, Joel Edgerton a resentful loner and Ewan McGregor a notorious outlaw in this moderate adventure

Related: Jane Got a Gun – but most women in westerns still don't

Actually, Jane is demurely reliant on old-fashioned menfolk getting their guns to protect her in this laborious and solemn western, hampered by teaser flashbacks and finally saddled with a ridiculous ending: it showcases a very stately performance from its producer-star, Natalie Portman. This project got bogged down three years ago when its original director Lynne Ramsay walked out due to disagreements on casting and creative autonomy. The reins are now in the hands of Gavin O’Connor, who directed the martial-arts movie Warrior, with Joel Edgerton and Tom Hardy; Brian Duffield’s original and widely admired screenplay appears to have received a number of revisions. Portman plays Jane Hammond, a tough frontierswoman whose husband, Bill (Noah Emmerich »

- Peter Bradshaw

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Giveaway: Win Women Kicking Ass Prize Pack Featuring Jane Got A Gun and Everly

21 April 2016 5:38 AM, PDT | ShockYa | See recent ShockYa news »

Want to win a “Women Kicking Ass” Prize Pack? What’s in the prize pack? Blu-ray of “Jane Got A Gun,” “Everly,” “In The Blood,” and “Free Fall.” Tweet @ShockYa to enter (or comment below) and we’ll pick entries at random. Entries Must be in by 12Pm Est on Tuesday, April 26. U.S. Only Please. Thanks for entering and good luck!! Starring: Natalie Portman, Joel Edgerton (Black Mass, The Gift, The Great Gatsby), Ewan McGregor (August: Osage County, The Island), Rodrigo Santoro (Focus, 300: Rise of an Empire), Noah Emmerich (TV’s “The Americans”, Little Children), and Boyd Holbrook (Gone Girl, Run All Night). Jane Hammond (Natalie Portman) has built a life  [ Read More ]

The post Giveaway: Win Women Kicking Ass Prize Pack Featuring Jane Got A Gun and Everly appeared first on Shockya.com. »

- Rudie Obias

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Jane Got A Gun review: “Enjoyable and emotional”

20 April 2016 1:06 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Jane Got A Gun review: Has the troubled production doomed this once promising western?

Luke Ryan Baldock samples the Natalie Portman-led western, which arrives in U.K. cinemas on April 22nd. here’s our Jane Got A Gun review.

Jane Got A Gun review

There’s simply no escaping the controversy surrounding the making of Jane Got A Gun. So much news came out so fast as the film struggled to get under production, and although it was shot back in 2013, it is only now that the film has arrived. Originally set up as a vehicle for Lynne Ramsay to direct, she failed to show up on set due to reported unhappiness with not having final cut. She was soon replaced by Warrior director Gavin O’Connor, only for Jude Law to walk from the production as he signed on specifically to work with Ramsay. Jude Law had replaced Michael Fassbender, »

- Luke Ryan Baldock

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'The Americans' shocking twist could be Emmy game-changer

7 April 2016 2:55 AM, PDT | Gold Derby | See recent Gold Derby news »

Spoiler Alert: Do not read this item until you've watched the “Chloramphenicol" episode of "The Americans." Producers of "The Americans" pulled off a rarity in today's world of social media -- a shocking surprise on Wednesday's episode, the fourth of the fourth season. One of the key characters was killed off and the repercussions of this are sure to reverberate throughout the rest of the run of this FX political drama. And all the buzz could finally bring the show to the attention of Emmy voters.  -Break- Subscribe to Gold Derby Breaking News Alerts & Experts’ Latest Emmy Predictions Nina Sergeevna (Annet Mahendru), a one-time Kgb spy convicted of being a double agent, was executed. In the first two seasons of the series, she had worked in the Russian embassy in Washington, D.C., bedding down with FBI agent Stan Beeman (Noah Emmerich). Then, in season three, she was shipped off to a Sovi. »

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The Americans: Season Four Ratings

24 March 2016 7:09 PM, PDT | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

This FX series saw big drops in the ratings in seasons two and three but the cable channel keeps renewing The Americans anyway. Will the numbers continue to fall in season four? Will this critically-acclaimed drama be allowed to end on its own schedule? Cancelled or renewed for season five? Stay tuned.

Taking place in the 1980s, The Americans revolves around the lives and secret work of Elizabeth (Keri Russell) and Philip Jennings (Matthew Rhys) -- two Soviet Kgb officers who are posing as an American married couple in the suburbs of Washington, DC. Others in the cast include Noah Emmerich, Holly Taylor, Keidrich Sellati, Annet Mahendru, Alison Wright, Lev Gorn, Costa Ronin, Richard Thomas, Margo Martindale, and Frank Langella.

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- TVSeriesFinale.com

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Review: 'The Americans' Season 4 Episode 1 'Glanders' Introduces a New Weapon to the Cold War

16 March 2016 8:00 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

BriefingIn case, you were hoping things somehow got easier for dear ol' Phillip (Matthew Rhys) over the break, "Glanders" was here to overwhelm our family patriarch even more. Not only is he still struggling with childhood memories — and trying to work through them in public via Est, the seminar he attended back when Stan (Noah Emmerich) still hoped to get back together with his wife, Sandra (Susan Misner). But the Russian spy is also letting his emotions override his instincts, as he missed an exchange opportunity with a new contact (William) because "it didn't feel right." Speaking of Sandra, his only source of emotional support right now became another threat to his secret life when Stan's girlfriend, Tori (Callie Thorne), saw them sharing an "intimate" ("Intimate?!") dinner. This divulsion lead to the unstable and jealous FBI agent nearly killing Phillip — accidentally — when he threw his former friend up against the wall of the garage, »

- Ben Travers

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The Americans Season 4 Review

9 March 2016 1:54 PM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Four episodes were provided prior to broadcast.

“We’re in trouble,” Elizabeth Jennings tells her husband early in the new season of FX’s The Americans, premiering next Wednesday. Considering what life has looked like for the Jennings family for three seasons now, she may as well be saying that vodka is wet. As a couple, as parents, and as undercover Kgb operatives, Philip (Matthew Rhys) and Elizabeth (Keri Russell) have lived perpetually in the soup – or borscht, rather. But steamy spy roleplay and boiling Cold War tensions have always been the show’s side dish, a means of assembling the real ingredients that make The Americans TV’s richest viewing experience, as it continues to be in season 4.

The show’s creators, Joe Weisberg and Joel Fields, have structured their series with the same shrewdness they afford to writing their characters. Hailed by critics while remaining a faint blip on Nielsen radars, »

- Sam Woolf

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"The Americans" - Season Premiere

24 February 2016 9:02 AM, PST | SneakPeek | See recent SneakPeek news »

Take a look @ the Season 4 Premiere of the FX drama series "The Americans", created and produced by Joe Weisberg, debuting March 16, 2016:

"...set in the early 1980's during the 'Cold War', 'The Americans' follows 'Elizabeth' (Keri Russell) and 'Philip Jennings' (Matthew Rhys), two Soviet Kgb officers...

"...posing as an American married couple living in the northern Virginia suburbs of Washington, D.C. with their unsuspecting children (Holly Taylor and Keidrich Sellati) and their neighbor, 'Stan Beeman' (Noah Emmerich), an FBI agent working in counterintelligence..."

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "The Americans"....

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- Michael Stevens

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Watch: 'The Americans' Season 4 Trailer Finds the Jennings in More Trouble Than Ever

17 February 2016 9:42 AM, PST | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Read More: 'The Americans' Showrunners on Season 4 Plans, Reaction to the Season 3 Finale and Emmy Conspiracy Theories One of the many dilemmas facing fans of "The Americans" is whether or not they want the Jennings to get caught. As Russian spies, they're instinctually America's enemies, but as people they're incredibly relatable. This conflict adds to the tension packed into every episode, but it appears their secret identities are more at risk than ever before in the new season. The Season 4 trailer above shows an angry Stan (Noah Emmerich) confronting Philip (Matthew Rhys) and the first Jennings' child, Paige (Holly Taylor), confessing a certain betrayal to her mother, Elizabeth (Keri Russell). That being said, the meeting of the Jennings' most influential handlers, Claudia (character actress Margo Martindale) and Gabriel (Frank Langella), presumably discussing sending their agents back to Russia, is the most telling bit of the new trailer — and a delight for fans. »

- Ben Travers

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Watch: 'The Americans' Season 4 Trailer Finds the Jennings in More Trouble Than Ever

17 February 2016 9:42 AM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Read More: 'The Americans' Showrunners on Season 4 Plans, Reaction to the Season 3 Finale and Emmy Conspiracy Theories One of the many dilemmas facing fans of "The Americans" is whether or not they want the Jennings to get caught. As Russian spies, they're instinctually America's enemies, but as people they're incredibly relatable. This conflict adds to the tension packed into every episode, but it appears their secret identities are more at risk than ever before in the new season. The Season 4 trailer above shows an angry Stan (Noah Emmerich) confronting Philip (Matthew Rhys) and the first Jennings' child, Paige (Holly Taylor), confessing a certain betrayal to her mother, Elizabeth (Keri Russell). That being said, the meeting of the Jennings' most influential handlers, Claudia (character actress Margo Martindale) and Gabriel (Frank Langella), presumably discussing sending their agents back to Russia, is the most telling bit of the new trailer — and a delight for fans. »

- Ben Travers

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Aziz Ansari’s ‘Master of None’ Renewed for Season 2 by Netflix

11 February 2016 1:03 PM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Aziz Ansari’s “Master of None” has been renewed for a second season by Netflix. The show will be back, but not until 2017, according to a tweet sent by Ansari on Thursday.

Master of None Season 2 coming 2017. Thanks for all the support everyone!! pic.twitter.com/LSxo7dEVQ1

Aziz Ansari (@azizansari) February 11, 2016

The series features the former “Parks and Recreation” star as an actor trying to build a career and a life in New York City. Ansari co-created the Universal TV series with Alan Yang.

The 10 episodes of the first season bowed Nov. 6 on Netflix. The renewal was expected, although Ansari told Variety last month that he wanted to take some time between seasons to “refill his head” with good material. The show drew critical praise for its blend of comedy and drama in tackling everything from the immigrant experience to the pitfalls of dating in the digital age.

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- Cynthia Littleton

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Movie Review – Jane Got a Gun (2016)

31 January 2016 4:50 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Jane Got A Gun, 2016.

Directed by Gavin O’Connor.

Starring Natalie Portman, Joel Edgerton, Noah Emmerich, Rodrigo Santoro, Boyd Holbrook, and Ewan McGregor.

Synopsis:

A woman asks her ex-lover for help in order to save her outlaw husband from a gang out to kill him.

Jane Got a Gun was riddled with production delays and other issues (even key ingredients such as the director and starring roles were shuffled around, as the project lingered on in development hell until being picked up by The Weinstein Company following the death of Relativity Media via bankruptcy), but once the credits roll for the finished version, you wouldn’t really suspect that the inner workings were so problematic.

Fundamentally, Jane Got a Gun successfully operates as a Western with its own flourishes of home-invasion plot threading and a unique role reversal take on the genre regarding gender. What’s most pleasant and intriguing »

- Robert Kojder

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[Review] Jane Got a Gun

30 January 2016 7:09 PM, PST | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

It’s a wonder that Jane Got a Gun is even out in theaters right now. Anyone with even a passing familiarity with its production headlines will have read about its hellacious development cycle – whether it be the multiple delays, or the revolving door of talent like previous director Lynne Ramsay, and departed headliners like Michael Fassbender, Jude Law, and Bradley Cooper.

Gavin O’Connor, who’s built a sturdy reputation through elevated genre hits like Miracle and Warrior, was given the unenviable job to pick up the pieces. And while he’s created a fleet, nasty western that feels uncompromising in its violence, it’s also just as quick to jettison any of the themes that have the possibility to weigh down the story. In the last third, O’Connor isn’t so much tying up loose ends, as forcing the groundwork for the tidiest ending possible.

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- Michael Snydel

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‘Jane Got a Gun’ Review: Natalie Portman Western Romance Hits Its Target

29 January 2016 5:39 PM, PST | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

In a movie-verse full of Katnisses, Black Widows and whatever that “Divergent” girl is supposed to be, pioneer homesteader Jane Hammond (Natalie Portman) doesn’t quite stand out as a superheroine. But when her husband Bill (Noah Emmerich) arrives home with five bullets in him, Jane’s resolve not to fall victim to his vengeful shooter overtakes her in a tale with more feeling than sense. That’s not exactly a dismissal. All three of this Western’s central characters — Jane, her former betrothed Dan Frost (Joel Edgerton), and the villainous outlaw Colin Bishop (an unrecognizable Ewan McGregor, with a black broom resting. »

- Inkoo Kang

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Film Review: ‘Jane Got a Gun’

29 January 2016 5:04 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

There are movies that can make you feel nostalgic for a more innocent time — i.e., the pre-Internet era — when audiences (and critics) could approach each new release unburdened by detailed knowledge of its production history. “Jane Got a Gun,” a solidly made and conventionally satisfying Western, is one of those movies. For those who have perused the countless accounts of last-minute cast changes, musical directors’ chairs and repeatedly delayed release dates, it may be difficult to objectively judge what actually appears on screen here without being distracted by thoughts of what could have been, or should have been.

To be sure, a hefty percentage of the folks most likely to enjoy an old-fashioned oater such as this normally won’t devote massive quantities of time to consuming showbiz blogs and trade papers. But those unplugged genre aficionados may not know “Jane Got a Gun” exists, since the Weinstein Company »

- Joe Leydon

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Jane Got A Gun Review

29 January 2016 3:47 PM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

The January doldrums strike hard in Jane Got A Gun, an otherwise competent and richly shot Western that places far too much stock in its bland characters and unsurprising structure. The film, directed by Gavin O’Connor, is notably far more concerned with characters over action, but with clichéd personalities and paper-thin motivations spurning the drama into motion, it never truly gets off the ground.

Set in the New Mexico Territory sometime in 1871, the movie starts off with a bullet-ridden Bill Hammond (Noah Emmerich) riding back home to warn his wife Jane (Natalie Portman) that a specter from their past, Colin McCann (a mustachioed Ewan McGregor) is hunting them down. This doesn’t sit well with Jane, so she packs up her daughter, heads to a nearby town, and pleads for help from former fiancé Dan Frost (Joel Edgerton), who refuses to aid her initially because she might have broken his heart, »

- Mitchel Broussard

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