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“I, Tonya” could contend for Oscar wins in Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress

Of all the movies to debut at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival, none helped raise their stock more than I, Tonya. Initially thought of as little more than a question mark in the awards race, enthusiastic reviews have shot it into the stratosphere. Now, it’s a true contender, along with being one of the year’s best films. This week, I, Tonya opens and hopes to establish distributor Neon as the next A24, striking gold almost immediately. Not only could this prove to be a crossover hit, it seems very likely to be a legitimate Oscar player. Especially in Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress, the picture is looking for a gold medal. The film is a biopic of controversial figure skater Tonya Harding (Margot Robbie), who briefly capturing America’s attention in the 1990’s. Shot using occasional talking head interviews by the chief characters, we see Tonya rise
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How Leonard Cohen's Music Turned 'McCabe & Mrs. Miller' Into a Masterpiece

How Leonard Cohen's Music Turned 'McCabe & Mrs. Miller' Into a Masterpiece
In early 1971, Leonard Cohen was still a relatively unknown singer-songwriter. Despite releasing two critically acclaimed records – 1967's Songs of Leonard Cohen and 1969's Songs From a Room – the Canadian artist, who previously plied his trade as a novelist and poet, had yet to tour the U.S. He was then living on a farm in the small town of Big East Fork, Tennessee while preparing the release of that March's Songs of Love and Hate. "I had a house, a jeep, a carbine, a pair of cowboy boots, a girlfriend … a typewriter,
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Cell Starring John Cusack & Samuel L. Jackson On DVD, Blu-ray, and Digital HD September 27

Experience action-packed terror as two men race against the clock to stop a horde of rabid killers as their city descends into apocalyptic madness in the pulse-pounding thriller, Cell, arriving on Blu-ray (plus Digital HD), DVD (plus Digital), and Digital HD on September 27 from Lionsgate. The film is currently available On Demand. Based on Stephen King’s chilling book, the film stars John Cusack (Love & Mercy) alongside Oscar® nominee Samuel L. Jackson (Best Supporting Actor, Pulp Fiction, 1994) and Stacy Keach (The Bourne Legacy). Cell was directed by Tod Williams from a screenplay by Stephen King and Adam Alleca. The home entertainment release of Cell contains audio commentary with the director and a look behind the scenes of the film in the “To Cell and Back” featurette. The Cell Blu-ray and DVD will be available for the suggested retail price of $24.99 and $19.98, respectively.

Stephen King’s best-selling novel is brought to
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Cell Blu-ray / DVD Release Details & Cover Art

Don’t answer your phone this fall… On September 27th, Lionsgate will release Cell (based on the Stephen King novel of the same name) on Blu-ray (plus Digital HD) and DVD (including Digital), complete with an audio commentary and a “To Cell and Back” featurette.

“Experience action-packed terror as two men race against the clock to stop a horde of rabid killers as their city descends into apocalyptic madness in the pulse-pounding thriller, Cell, arriving on Blu-ray (plus Digital HD), DVD (plus Digital), and Digital HD on September 27 from Lionsgate. The film is currently available On Demand. Based on Stephen King’s chilling book, the film stars John Cusack (Love & Mercy) alongside Oscar® nominee Samuel L. Jackson (Best Supporting Actor, Pulp Fiction, 1994) and Stacy Keach (The Bourne Legacy). Cell was directed by Tod Williams from a screenplay by Stephen King and Adam Alleca. The home entertainment release of Cell contains
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Cell Starring John Cusack And Samuel L. Jackson Arrives On DVD, Blu-ray September 27

Experience action-packed terror as two men race against the clock to stop a horde of rabid killers as their city descends into apocalyptic madness in the pulse-pounding thriller, Cell, arriving on Blu-ray (plus Digital HD), DVD (plus Digital), and Digital HD on September 27 from Lionsgate. The film is currently available On Demand.

Based on Stephen King’s chilling book, the film stars John Cusack (Love & Mercy) alongside Oscar® nominee Samuel L. Jackson (Best Supporting Actor, Pulp Fiction, 1994) and Stacy Keach (The Bourne Legacy). Cell was directed by Tod Williams from a screenplay by Stephen King and Adam Alleca. The home entertainment release of Cell contains audio commentary with the director and a look behind the scenes of the film in the “To Cell and Back” featurette. The Cell Blu-ray and DVD will be available for the suggested retail price of $24.99 and $19.98, respectively.

Stephen King’s best-selling novel is brought to
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Film Guide: What Movie Should I Watch This Weekend? (July 8, 2016)

Film Guide: What Movie Should I Watch This Weekend? (July 8, 2016)
To help sift through the increasing number of new releases (independent or otherwise), the Weekly Film Guide is here! Below you’ll find basic plot, personnel and cinema information for all of this week’s fresh offerings.

Starting this month, we’ve also put together a list for the entire month. We’ve included this week’s list below, complete with information on screening locations for films in limited release.

See More: Here Are All the Upcoming Movies in Theaters for July 2016

Here are the films opening theatrically in the U.S. the week of Friday, July 8. All synopses provided by distributor unless listed otherwise.

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Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates

Director: Jake Szymanski

Cast: Adam DeVine, Anna Kendrick, Aubrey Plaza, Zac Efron

Synopsis: Two brothers place an online ad to find dates for a wedding and the ad goes viral.

The Secret Life of Pets

Director: Chris Renaud,
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New Under The Dome Season 3,Episode 12 Official Spoilers,Description Revealed By CBS

Recently, CBS revealed the new, official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Under The Dome" episode 12 of season 3. The episode is entitled, "Incandescence," and it turns out that we're going to see some very intense and high drama stuff go down as it's revealed that the entire Dome is about to fall apart, killing everybody, and more! In the new, 12th episode press release: As The Dome's Breakdown Accelerates, The Residents Of Chester's Mill Have 24 Hours To Ensure Their Survival. Press release number 2: When the Dome's calcification process accelerates, Chester's Mill is going to have 24 hours before the barrier's breakdown suffocates everyone inside. While the new deadline puts added pressure on Joe to bring the Dome down, Barbie and Julia are going to race to save his child from The Kinship. Also, Big Jim will try to manage the increasingly volatile Hektor (Eriq La Salle), who is adamant that infected townspeople never escape the Dome.
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Two New Apichatpong Weerasethakul Gallery Shows, Plus a New Journal About His Work

Though it’s no secret that Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives director Apichatpong Weerasethakul is probably even more prolific as a gallery artist than as a director, coverage of his non-film work often gets short shrift. Reviews of two recent exhibitions shed light on the latest developments in this arena of his work. From London, Marco Bohr reports on “Double Visions,” a recently closed exhibit held at the Anthony Reynolds Gallery. Bohr is skeptical of the success of this exhibition, which includes Dilbar, a ten-minute video of a Bangladeshi migrant worker in the UAE, and Teem, three mobile […]
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Two New Apichatpong Weerasethakul Gallery Shows, Plus a New Journal About His Work

Though it’s no secret that Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives director Apichatpong Weerasethakul is probably even more prolific as a gallery artist than as a director, coverage of his non-film work often gets short shrift. Reviews of two recent exhibitions shed light on the latest developments in this arena of his work. From London, Marco Bohr reports on “Double Visions,” a recently closed exhibit held at the Anthony Reynolds Gallery. Bohr is skeptical of the success of this exhibition, which includes Dilbar, a ten-minute video of a Bangladeshi migrant worker in the UAE, and Teem, three mobile […]
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Welcome to Yesterday Renamed Project Almanac; Time Travels to an Even Later Date

Last month we learned that the Michael Bay-produced found footage flick Welcome to Yesterday (formerly titled Almanac) was being moved from its original February 28th release date to sometime this summer, and now those plans have changed yet again. Read on for the latest.

Not only has the film undergone yet another title change, now being called Project Almanac, but it's also been moved all the way to 2015, which is sure to disappoint those who were looking forward to it. You can now expect the flick to hit theaters in January of next year, courtesy of Paramount.

The directorial debut of Dean Israelite, the film was written by Jason Pagan and Andrew Stark and stars Amy Landecker, Sofia Black-d’Elia, Ginny Gardner, Jonny Weston, Sir Maejor, Patrick Johnson, Gary Grubbs, Allen Evangelista, Anthony Reynolds, and Alexandra Bartee.

Synopsis

A group of friends discover classified military technical plans which they
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Welcome to Yesterday Time Travels to a Later Date

The Michael Bay-produced found footage thriller Welcome to Yesterday (previously titled Almanac) is headed our way a bit later than anticipated. No one is certain when just yet, but we'll let you know when we get something concrete. In the interim cross February 28th off of your movie-going calendar.

Insiders say the release is being postponed to give Bay, who has been busy directing the mega-tentpole Transfomers: Age of Extinction, which opens June 24th, the opportunity to focus on the smaller movie.

Paramount is now mulling a new release date during the summer or fall.

The directorial debut of Dean Israelite, the film was written by Jason Pagan and Andrew Stark and stars Amy Landecker, Sofia Black-d’Elia, Ginny Gardner, Jonny Weston, Sir Maejor, Patrick Johnson, Gary Grubbs, Allen Evangelista, Anthony Reynolds, and Alexandra Bartee.

Synopsis

A group of friends discover classified military technical plans which they put together
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Teen Time Travel Goes Haywire in Welcome to Yesterday Trailer

The Michael Bay-produced found footage thriller Welcome to Yesterday (previously titled Almanac) is headed our way next year, and in it a group of teens mess around with time and find out the hard way that they've gotten in way over their heads.

Well, duh; anyone who's ever seen a time travel movie could've told them it was a bad idea.

Paramount Insurge just released the trailer for the Chronicle-inspired flick, which you'll find below.

Look for it in theaters on February 28, 2014.

The directorial debut of Dean Israelite, the film was written by Jason Pagan and Andrew Stark and stars Amy Landecker, Sofia Black-d’Elia, Ginny Gardner, Jonny Weston, Sir Maejor, Patrick Johnson, Gary Grubbs, Allen Evangelista, Anthony Reynolds, and Alexandra Bartee.

Synopsis

A group of friends discover classified military technical plans which they put together to build a device for jumping through time.

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Something is Lurking in The Bay: A Movie Review

Director: Barry Levinson. Writers: Michael Wallach. Cast: Kristen Connolly, Jane McNeill, Christopher Denham, Michael Beasley, Kether Donohue, Anthony Reynolds and Andy Stahl. Director Barry Levinson is no stranger to storytelling. He has a history of telling tales of politics and humour in films such as Good Morning Vietnam and Wag the Dog. In The Bay, Levinson was again motivated to tell a film based somewhat in reality involving the Chesapeake Bay. Fishing and oyster harvesting have declined in the fictional town of Claridge, Maryland. And, there are a treasure trove of monsters to blame. Levinson keeps the real cause of this catastrophe cloaked in fog, but this director's archaeological viewpoint keeps the visual presentation interesting and sometimes macabre. The film begins with a very normal July 4th celebration in Anytown, USA. Families come together for chicken wing eating contests, fireworks and pool parties. But, there is something growing in the water.
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The Bay 'What Are Those Things' Clip

The Bay 'What Are Those Things' Clip
Roadside Attractions has unleashed a new clip from The Bay, directed by Barry Levinson. This found footage thriller is set in an idyllic town on the bay, that becomes host to a deadly and mysterious parasite. Take a look at this scene where a police officer enters a house, only to find a shocking surprise.

The Bay - What Are Those Things?

The Bay was released November 2nd, 2012 and stars Kristen Connolly, Jane McNeill, Christopher Denham, Michael Beasley, Kether Donohue, Anthony Reynolds, Andy Stahl, John Harrington Bland. The film is directed by Barry Levinson.
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The Bay 'Oceanographer's Video Report' and 'I Need You to Look at This' Clips

The Bay 'Oceanographer's Video Report' and 'I Need You to Look at This' Clips
Roadside Attractions has released two clips from The Bay, directed by Barry Levinson. This found footage thriller centers on the small town of Chesapeake Bay that becomes terrorized by a mutated species of parasites. Take a look one scene where oceanographers examine a fish infested with these "isopods," and another where a young girl shows her friends nasty blisters on her arm.

The Bay - Oceanographers' Video Report

The Bay - I Need You to Look at This

The Bay comes to theaters November 2nd, 2012 and stars Andy Stahl, Kether Donohue, Christopher Denham, Michael Beasley, Stephen Kunken, Lauren Cohn, Jody Thompson, Anthony Reynolds. The film is directed by Barry Levinson.
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The Bay 'Ocanographer's Video Report' and 'I Need You to Look at This' Clips

The Bay 'Ocanographer's Video Report' and 'I Need You to Look at This' Clips
Roadside Attractions has released two clips from The Bay, directed by Barry Levinson. This found footage thriller centers on the small town of Chesapeake Bay that becomes terrorized by a mutated species of parasites. Take a look one scene where oceanographers examine a fish infested with these "isopods," and another where a young girl shows her friends nasty blisters on her arm.

The Bay - Oceanographers' Video Report

The Bay - I Need You to Look at This

The Bay comes to theaters November 2nd, 2012 and stars Andy Stahl, Kether Donohue, Christopher Denham, Michael Beasley, Stephen Kunken, Lauren Cohn, Jody Thompson, Anthony Reynolds. The film is directed by Barry Levinson.
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Nyff 2012: The Bay Movie Review

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Nyff 2012: The Bay Movie Review
Title: The Bay Director: Barry Levinson Starring: Kether Donohue, Kristen Connolly, Anthony Reynolds, Andy Stahl, Jody Thompson, Stephen Kunken, Frank Deal, Will Rogers Typically a found footage film means one person just happens to be recording during a phenomenon and just so happens to be committed enough to risk his or her life to keep recording in order to tell the story from beginning to end in a format that just so happens to match a standard screenplay structure. Kudos to director Barry Levinson and writer Michael Wallach for making a movie that actually attempts to compile a more realistic version of found footage, but, in the end, doing so  [ Read More ]

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The Bay 'What's Happening to Me?' Clip

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The Bay 'What's Happening to Me?' Clip
Roadside Attractions has released the first clip from The Bay, director Barry Levinson's foray into the horror genre. This thriller, told through cell phone cameras and other eyewitness accounts, chronicles a mysterious viral outbreak in the sleepy town of Claridge, Maryland. Take a look as the terror begins to unfold over the 4th of July in this new scene.

The Bay - What's Happening to Me?

The Bay comes to theaters November 2nd, 2012 and stars Andy Stahl, Kether Donohue, Christopher Denham, Michael Beasley, Stephen Kunken, Lauren Cohn, Jody Thompson, Anthony Reynolds. The film is directed by Barry Levinson.
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Four The Bay Photos

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Four The Bay Photos
If you like your footage found and your thrills on the cheap, advanced word of mouth promises that director Barry Levinson's The Bay is bringing a fresh voice to the jitter-cam genre. The acclaimed director, best known for such classics as Rain Man and Diner, steps into the world of hand-held shockumentaries with this look at a small town whose residents become host to a deadly parasite. Roadside Attractions has dribbled out four gruesome photos from this bloody horror flick. Check it out as faces fall apart, and a beauty pageant goes viral (literally)!

The Bay comes to theaters November 2nd, 2012 and stars Andy Stahl, Kether Donohue, Christopher Denham, Michael Beasley, Stephen Kunken, Lauren Cohn, Jody Thompson, Anthony Reynolds. The film is directed by Barry Levinson.
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I'm Your Man: The Life of Leonard Cohen by Sylvie Simmons

It’s not like we have no extant biographies of the remarkable and enigmatic poet, novelist, singer and songwriter Leonard Cohen. They abound. Neither is it the case that a biography has not been published recently. A quick Google search brings up several recent offerings, most notably Tim Footman’s Hallelujah: A New Biography (2009) and Anthony Reynolds’s Leonard Cohen: A Remarkable Life (2011). So . why another? Members of the Cohen club who have read these previous works know all about the songwriter’s home on the Greek island of Hydra, about Phil Spector, Joni Mitchell, Suzanne, Roshi, Mt. Baldy, Jikan, the...
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