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As we watch The Silence of the Lambs, we fondly remember a distant time when Hollywood was less pusillanimous with its films. If you watch this thriller, you'll watch it for the connection between Hannibal and Clarice. After all, this connection couldn't have been played in a better way.
In the Midwest, a mysterious killer named Buffalo Bill (Ted Levine) skins women and the FBI is after him. In order to catch Buffalo Bill, Jack Crawford (Scott Glenn), the head of the FBI's Behavioral Science Unit, assigns a task to Clarice Sterling (Jodie Foster), a young FBI trainee. Her job is to interrogate Hannibal Lecter (Anthony Hopkins), a cannibalistic serial killer who was once a respected psychiatrist.
Besides, Lecter is so feared that instead of being behind bars, he's imprisoned at the Baltimore State Hospital for the Criminally Insane behind thick glass panels and windowless stonewalls. Through Clarice's interrogation, the »
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In a role that might finally give Robert De Niro a chance to summon his inner Raging Bull, the actor has signed on to play Green Bay Packers head coach Vince Lombardi. Lombardi will be written by Eric Roth, who wrote the De Niro-directed The Good Shepherd. De Niro and his Tribeca Productions partner Jane Rosenthal will produce alongside Espn Films, the National Football League and Andell Entertainment. It's De Niro's 2nd intriguing deal in the past few days, after Tribeca came on to produce a Midnight Run sequel that will allow De Niro to reprise as Jack Crawford, the [...] »
- MIKE FLEMING
2 items from 2010
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