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Lovesick: The Complicated Relationship of "Phantom Thread"

This essay discusses the end of Phantom Thread in depth and should be read after seeing the film to avoid spoilers.Reynolds Woodcock, an esteemed and sybaritic dressmaker, believes himself to be cursed, incapable of being loved the way he wants. He’s unwilling to alter his life to accommodate a partner, as his is an existence besotted by the rigor of routine, rules, and persnickety tics. The quietude he desires has a hermetic feeling; he says an air of quiet death suffuses his house, but doesn’t realize it's because his serenity is forced, unnatural. As portrayed by Daniel Day-Lewis, Reynolds is a fastidious man, one whose attire is never less than immaculate, whose choice and use of words is trenchant and unsparing. Reynolds’s assiduous attention to details, and his utter devotion to his craft, have brought him illustrious customers and a certain amount of influence. But such self-allegiance,
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Watch Joaquin Phoenix in You Were Never Really Here Official Trailer

Amazon Studios will release You Were Never Really Here in select theaters April 6, 2018 You Were Never Really Here premiered at the 70th Cannes Film Festival in competition, where Lynne Ramsay won the Best Screenplay award and Joaquin Phoenix won the award for Best Actor. Written and Directed By Lynne Ramsay Based Upon …

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Armie Hammer Apologizes for Comparing Casey Affleck and Nate Parker's Sexual Misconduct Allegations

Armie Hammer Apologizes for Comparing Casey Affleck and Nate Parker's Sexual Misconduct Allegations
Armie Hammer is apologizing for his recent comments criticizing Casey Affleck's 2017 Best Actor Oscar win.

In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Hammer said there was a double standard at play when it comes to how Hollywood deals with its alleged abusers. The Call Me by Your Name star explained what he sees as a disparity in how the Academy treated director Nate Parker -- whose Oscar campaign for 2016's Birth of a Nation went south when a past rape case surfaced -- and Affleck, who was awarded Best Actor for Manchester by the Sea at the 2017 Academy Awards, despite allegations of sexual harassment in his past.

Hammer acknowledges the comparison was "poor" in a statement to People.

“I would like to sincerely apologize to Casey and his family for my recent comments about him in my THR interview," the statement reads. "Without knowing the facts about the civil lawsuits at issue (which I now understand
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The Best Sex Scenes of the 21st Century Ranked, From ‘Y Tu Mamá También’ to ‘Call Me by Your Name’

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The Best Sex Scenes of the 21st Century Ranked, From ‘Y Tu Mamá También’ to ‘Call Me by Your Name’
What makes a sex scene sexy? More to the point, what makes a sex scene good? That’s become an especially thorny question in recent years, with detailed accounts of what goes on behind the scenes of movies we love complicating our relationship with their most memorable moments (we’re looking at you, “Blue Is the Warmest Color”). And though we’re ever so slowly moving away from the male gaze serving as the default perspective on love, sex, and everything between, there’s still a long way to go.

Read More:The 25 Best Sexy Movies of the 21st Century, From ‘Y Tu Mamá También’ to ‘Blue is the Warmest Color

Still, there’s been a lot to celebrate over the last 17 years. A number of sex-positive, Lgbtq-friendly, and otherwise forward-thinking filmmakers have directed scenes that are as steamy as they are moving. There’s nothing missionary about the movies below — S&M,
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Casey Affleck Discloses $400k Yearly Salary in Divorce Docs

Casey Affleck Discloses $400k Yearly Salary in Divorce Docs
Casey Affleck’s annual income was revealed in new divorce documents.

The Manchester By the Sea Oscar winner rakes in $400,000 a year, according to a filing obtained by People on Thursday.

Affleck has finalized his split from Summer Phoenix. The couple separated in November 2015 after nearly 10 years of marriage and 16 years together. They announced their split publicly last March.

They have two sons, 13-year-old Indiana and nine-year-old Atticus. According to the new filing, Affleck pays Phoenix $4,000 in child support, in addition to paying for the kids’s private school tuition for the next two years.

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Movie Talk: ‘X-Men: Dark Phoenix’ First Images & Plot Details Released

On this episode of Collider Movie Talk (Thursday December 7th, 2017) Mark Ellis, Perri nemiroff, Mark Reilly, Ashley Mova discuss the following: X-Men: Dark Phoenix first images and plot details released Patty Jenkins a runner-up for Time Magazine’s Person of the Year; Silence Breakers named Person of the Year Rob Marshall is Disney’s top choice to direct Live-Action The Little Mermaid Ryan Reynolds to star in Pokemon Movie Detective Pikachu New logo and tagline spotted at Comic Con Experience Brazil for Sony’s Venom You Were Never Really Here trailer: Joaquin Phoenix is a brutal …
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You Were Never Really Here (2017) U.S. Movie Trailer: Joaquin Phoenix is a Brutal Enforcer

  You Were Never Really Here U.S. Trailer Amazon Studios has released the United States movie trailer for You Were Never Really Here (2017). This trailer Lynne Ramsay film gives away a bit too much for my tastes. The international movie trailer for You Were Never Really Here was far less revealing and far more subtle, [...]

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New trailer for Lynne Ramsay’s You Were Never Really Here

Amazon Studios has released a new trailer for director Lynne Ramsay’s award-winning adaptation of Jonathan Ames’ novella You Were Never Really Here. The critically acclaimed mystery thriller stars Joaquin Phoenix, Ekaterina Samsonov, Alex Manette, John Doman, and Judith Roberts; watch it below…

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A traumatized veteran, unafraid of violence, tracks down missing girls for a living. When a job spins out of control, Joe’s nightmares overtake him as a conspiracy is uncovered leading to what may be his death trip or his awakening.

You Were Never Really Here is set for release on April 6th.

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Joaquin Phoenix is a brutal fixer in You Were Never Really Here trailer

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Joaquin Phoenix stars in You Were Never Really Here as Joe, a traumatized veteran who is unafraid of violence and tracks down missing girls for a living. When his latest job spirals out of control, Joe's nightmares overtake him as a conspiracy is uncovered which may very well lead to his death trip or his awakening. Amazon Studios has released the latest trailer for the upcoming thriller which was written and directed by Lynne Ramsay (We Need To Talk About Kevin) and was based on the... Read More...
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‘You Were Never Really Here’ Trailer: Joaquin Phoenix Goes Full ‘Taxi Driver’

‘You Were Never Really Here’ Trailer: Joaquin Phoenix Goes Full ‘Taxi Driver’
Joaquin Phoenix channels Taxi Driver‘s Travis Bickle in Lynne Ramsay‘s intense You Were Never Really Here. We won’t get to see the film for a few months, but audiences who had a chance to catch the film at Cannes earlier this year have already showered Ramsay’s new movie with praise, particularly when it comes to Phoenix’s performance. The new You […]

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Trailer Watch: Lynne Ramsay’s You Were Never Really Here

The U.S. trailer for Lynne Ramsay’s contemporary neo-noir, You Were Never Really Here, which won the Best Screenplay and Best Actor (for Ramsay and Joaquin Phoenix, respectively) at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, has just dropped. An adaptation of a Jonathan Ames story, it stars Phoenix as a modern-day gumshoe tracking down a kidnapped kid. Amazon releases in early ’18.
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‘You Were Never Really Here’ Trailer: Joaquin Phoenix Gets Violent In Lynne Ramsay’s New Thriller

‘You Were Never Really Here’ Trailer: Joaquin Phoenix Gets Violent In Lynne Ramsay’s New Thriller
The new trailer for Lynne Ramsay’s You Were Never Really Here has dropped and it features Joaquin Phoenix serving up some traumatic realness as a Ptsd-ridden vet who slowly unravels as he attempts to bust a senator's daughter out of a sex-trafficking ring. Ramsay’s film received a positive ovation at the Cannes Film Festival earlier this year, winning Best Screenplay and Best Actor for Phoenix — and the new trailer is a tease on what to expect from this thrilling drama…
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Trailer Watch: Joaquin Phoenix Is Brutal in Lynne Ramsay’s “You Were Never Really Here”

You Were Never Really Here

Au.S. trailer has landed for Lynne Ramsay’s Joaquin Phoenix-starrer “You Were Never Really Here,” and it’s intense. “They said you were brutal,” a State Senator (Alex Manette) tells Joe (Phoenix). The politician isn’t looking for someone to dig up dirt on a rival — he’s looking for someone who is willing to do anything and everything to save his missing teenage daughter (Ekaterina Samsonov).

A veteran and former FBI agent, Joe is now a vigilante who tracks down missing girls. The senator’s daughter seems to be the victim of sex trafficking. And the senator doesn’t just want the men who abducted her brought to the police. “I want you to hurt them,” he says. If the trailer is any indication, Joe is indeed brutal and he does hurt them.

Ramsay took home the Best Screenplay prize at Cannes
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Stunning Us Trailer for Lynne Ramsay's 'You Were Never Really Here'

"They said you were brutal." "I can be..." "I want you to hurt them." Amazon Studios has finally released an official Us trailer for Lynne Ramsay's You Were Never Really Here, her powerful new film starring Joaquin Phoenix that premiered at the Cannes Film Festival. We posted an international trailer a few months ago, but this Us one is much better. Phoenix stars as Joe, a "brutal and tormented enforcer" who is assigned the job of finding and bringing home a missing girl that has been scooped up by a sex trade ring. Also starring Ekaterina Samsonov, John Doman, Judith Roberts, Alex Manette, and Alessandro Nivola. I caught this in Cannes and totally flipped for it, even going in to see it twice, before writing my glowing review which was quoted in the trailer (it is indeed perfect). You definitely don't want to miss this. Here's the Us trailer
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You Were Never Really Here Trailer: Joaquin Phoenix as a Bearded Mystery Man, Again

Here's the great thing about beards, if you've never grown one: they can make you feel like a different person, which can reinforce feelings of isolation if you're down or even seriously depressed. Joaquin Phoenix is adorned with a dense beard in the new trailer for You Were Never Really Here, the latest from Lynne Ramsay. Judging by the look in his face -- or what you can see of it above the beard and below the hoodie he often wears -- he is not in a good mood. Is that because he suffers from grave depression? Does he have bad teeth? If so, I would empathize with him on both counts, but I haven't seen the movie yet, so I can't say for sure....

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‘You Were Never Really Here’ Trailer Erupts in Vengeful Violence

You Were Never Really Here is director Lynne Lynne Ramsay’s follow-up to her amazing 2011 film, We Need To Talk About Kevin. You Were Never Really Here played at the Cannes film festival earlier this year and scored the Best Screenplay award for Lynne Ramsay and Joaquin Phoenix won the award for Best Actor. This is one of my most anticipated films of 2018 and not only do we have a trailer but we also have a release date.

Amazon Studios will release You Were Never Really Here in select theaters April 6, 2018

Written and Directed By Lynne Ramsay

Based Upon The Book By Jonathan Ames

Starring Joaquin Phoenix, Judith Roberts, Ekaterina Samsonov, John Doman, Alex Manette, Dante Pereira-Olsen, and Alessandro Nivola

A traumatized veteran, unafraid of violence, tracks down missing girls for a living. When a job spins out of control, Joe’s nightmares overtake him as a conspiracy is uncovered
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Joaquin Phoenix Wants Justice in New Trailer for Lynne Ramsay’s ‘You Were Never Really Here’

After her mesmerizing We Need to Talk About Kevin, the return of Lynne Ramsay has been a long-awaited one. While we almost got it with the Natalie Portman-led Jane Got a Gun, it finally arrived earlier this year with You Were Never Really Here, which premiered at Cannes.

Starring Joaquin Phoenix, the Jonny Greenwood-scored thriller follows him as a veteran who takes it upon himself to help young victims of sex trafficking in New York City. Amazon Studios decided to hold the film until this April, but now a new glimpse has arrived with their official trailer.

One of our favorite films of Cannes Film Festival, where it picked up a Best Screenplay and Best Actor award, we said in our review, “The results are breathtaking, and You Were Never Really Here stands alongside Claire Denis’ Bastards as one of the most ferocious indictments of systematic abuse of
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‘You Were Never Really Here’ Trailer: Joaquin Phoenix Is a Brutal Fixer

Amazon Studios has released the new official trailer for the critically acclaimed thriller You Were Never Really Here. Written and directed by We Need to Talk About Kevin filmmaker Lynne Ramsay, the film stars Joaquin Phoenix as a traumatized veteran who tracks down missing girls for a living. But on his latest job, conspiracy swirls and he finds himself going down a dark path to bring a young girl home safely. The film premiered at the Cannes Film Festival earlier this year where it picked up the Best Actor prize for Phoenix and Best Screenplay for Ramsay, but for whatever …
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‘You Were Never Really Here’ Trailer: Joaquin Phoenix Can’t Be Stopped

Next year, we’re going to see all kinds of Joaquin Phoenix, and that’s just fine by us. 2018 kicks off with the actor reteaming with Gus Van Sant for “Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot” which premieres at Sundance, then in the spring he’ll be Jesus in “Mary Magdalene.” However, we’re most looking forward to the sins he’ll be committing in Lynne Ramsay‘s “You Were Never Really Here,” which debuted at Cannes to incredible notices (including ours).

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