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There's a million ways for the perfect plan to go wrong, and the trio leading Kelly Reichardt's "Night Moves" are trying to avoid them all. One of our Most Anticipated Films Of The Summer, the low key thriller could be a nice change of pace from the eye-melting, ear-shattering blockbusters coming in the next few months, and another new clip has arrived to give you taste of what's coming. Jesse Eisenberg, Dakota Fanning and Peter Sarsgaard star in the film, playing a trio of activists who unite to blow up a dam....and then never talk to each other again. With shades of Hitchcock and Chabrol, this is one that unfolds like an onion with more layers underneath the story. But yes, there's lots of tension to be found too, as evidenced by this scene where Sarsgaard's character is randomly recognized by a restaurant worker, already throwing a loop »
- Kevin Jagernauth
As I've written before, Kelly Reichardt's "Night Moves" is a film that creeps up on you even after you've seen it -- even as a devoted Reichardt fan, after seeing it in September, I wasn't sure I'd still be thinking about it the next spring, but here we are. It's tough to sell this kind of slow-burner with a single clip, but this one -- debuting exclusively on HitFix -- gives a pretty precise indication of the indie thriller's brittle, nervous tone, with every exchange between the characters from a certain point building the fractious tension. All three stars -- Dakota Fanning, Jesse Eisenberg and Peter Sarsgaard -- are terrific in the film; it's particularly interesting to see Fanning on such pinched, chilly form. The film opens in the Us on May 30, when it should serve as a brisk chaser to louder summer genre fare. Check out the clip »
- Guy Lodge
The 13th Tribeca Film Festival begins Wednesday, April 16 with a lineup featuring over 50 world premieres and even more must-see films.
This year’s Tribeca line-up begins Wednesday, April 16 with a screening of Time Is Illmatic, a documentary celebrating the 20th anniversary of Nas’ 1994 album Illmatic. After the screening, Nas himself will perform songs from his legendary album.
Features Premiering At Tribeca
TV comedies collide in About Alex, which stars Parks and Recreation’s Aubrey Plaza and New Girl’s Max Greenfield – not to mention Jane Levy (Subergatory), Max Minghella (The Mindy Project, The Social Network), Jason Ritter (Parenthood), Nate Parker and Maggie Grace (Taken, Lost). Written and directed by Jesse Zwick, this The Big Chill homage takes place during a weekend away, as old friends in their mi-twenties come together to help one in the group who is suicidal.
Another TV-star driven film premiering at Tribeca is Life Partners, starring »
While watching the recently released trailer for Wish I Was Here, Zach Braff's upcoming movie, it hit me that it's been a whole decade since the release of Garden State, Braff's first passion project. It doesn't matter how old you were or what state of mind you were in when you saw it, the film really hits home. Braff plays Andrew Largeman, a struggling actor who returns home for his mother's funeral and runs into a series of old friends (including Peter Sarsgaard, in a breakout role) and a supremely weird girl named Sam (Natalie Portman). It's moody, it's a little bit pretentious, and the music just makes you feel all the feelings. Ten years later, here's why you - and I - still love Garden State. View Slideshow › »
- Maggie Pehanick
Maggie Gyllenhaal is about to have all the fun! The Honourable Woman star, 36, showed off her new blonde pixie cut in Cannes, France on Monday, April 7. The mother of two has sported her short 'do for more than a year, but hasn't been photographed with platinum locks before. "In Cannes with The Honourable Woman. I'm blonde btw...@mariesalon," Gyllenhaal wrote, tagging Marie Robinson Salon in New York. Gyllenhaal, who lives with her husband, actor Peter Sarsgaard and their two daughters Ramona, 7, and Gloria Ray, 23 months, in [...] »
Jesse Eisenberg, Dakota Fanning, and Peter Sarsgaard star as radical activists plotting to blow up Oregon’s Green Peter Dam in an act of environmental sabotage in this brand new trailer for Night Moves. The film will hit theaters on May 30.
Night Moves, the fifth feature film from filmmaker Kelly Reichardt, is the story of three radical environmentalists coming together to execute the most intense protest of their lives: the explosion of a hydroelectric dam—the very source and symbol of the energy-sucking, resource-devouring industrial culture they despise.
Harmon (Eisenberg) is a former Marine, radicalized by tours of duty overseas. His life in the military is behind him, but at heart he remains the same reckless alpha male he always was, eager for adventure, excited by the prospect of mayhem and destruction.
Dena (Fanning) is a high society dropout, sickened by the consumer economy into which she was born. She »
- Michelle McCue
Jesse Eisenberg, Dakota Fanning and Peter Sarsgaard are featured in a new trailer for the movie “Night Moves.” The film focuses on three “eco-terrorists” who are determined to take out a hydroelectric dam with improvised explosives. The eco-saboteurs also get caught up in a love triangle with Fanning torn between two lovers. The movie also stars Alia Shawkat, Clara Mamet, James LeGros, Katherine Waterston and Nate Mooney. [...] »
The trailer for the new thriller Night Moves doesn’t answer many questions.
The film, directed by Kelly Reichardt (Wendy and Lucy) and starring Jesse Eisenberg, Dakota Fanning, and Peter Sarsgaard, centers on three environmentalists who plot to blow up a dam. (Man, Eisenberg’s eco-happy Modern Family character really took a turn!) As the plan unfolds, cracks begin to emerge among the trio and paranoia runs rampant. The first trailer showcases the movie’s eerie atmosphere, highlighting the gang’s deliberate decisions as well as the uncertainty they feel as their dangerous scheme progresses.
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- Erin Strecker
The first trailer has arrived online for eco-thriller, Night Moves, in which Jesse Eisenberg, Dakota Fanning and Peter Sarsgaard plot to destroy a hydroelectric dam. The trio are radical environmentalists railing against the resource-harvesting approach to the natural world that has become the norm in contemporary society. However, mounting a protest on this kind of scale is dangerous work, and becomes even more so when cracks begin to emerge between our three protagonists. Take a look at the new trailer, below: The...
- George Wales
Those that have kept abreast of the American Indie scene the last 8 years or so, should know full well that Kelly Reichardt is a writer and director of considerable power, even when working in such minimalist aesthetics. While Old Joy, Wendy And Lucy, and Meek's Cutoff are wildly different films in subject matter -- from old friends on a sojourn, to a homeless young woman, and a group of lost settlers -- they all center around a certain kind of dispossessed feeling, that is somehow wholly American, and indeed very strange and unnerving. Her latest film, Night Moves, stars Jessee Eisenberg, Dakota Fanning and Peter Sarsgaard as a trio of environmental activists who plan to blow up a dam. The film played to good...
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Jesse Eisenberg has stolen the idea for a billion-dollar social network, dealt drugs and magically robbed banks on the big screen. But before audiences see him as the ultimate criminal mastermind, Lex Luthor, in “Batman Vs. Superman,” they'll see him plot to blow up a dam in the Cinedigm thriller, “Night Moves.” The first trailer (above) for the Kelly Reichardt (“Old Joy”) film about three hippies scheming to commit environmental terrorism previews lots of tension between Eisenberg's character, Josh Stamos (probably not related to John), and co-stars Dakota Fanning and Peter Sarsgaard. See video: ‘What's the Deal?': Jeff Sneider on Jesse Eisenberg as Lex. »
- Greg Gilman
Following the release of an international promo last week, a second Night Moves trailer has been released, this time for the U.S. market. The Kelly Reichardt-directed thriller stars Jesse Eisenberg, Dakota Fanning, and Peter Sarsgaard as a trio of radical environmentalists who join forces to blow up a dam. Though all three profess to live […]
- Angie Han
After an international trailer for the indie that played festivals in Toronto and Venice arrived last week, the theatrical domestic trailer for Night Moves has arrived as well. Jesse Eisenberg stars in the film about three people (including Dakota Fanning and Peter Sarsgaard) who come together to bomb a hydroelectric dam. But the film ventures into the moral and ethical dilemmas they face, and seemingly the shifting dynamics among them, after their act of terror unfolds. It looks like a slow-burn, but surely a unique story with a tone that we might not otherwise get from a studio film. Maybe worth a look. Watch! Here's the Us trailer for Kelly Reichardt's Night Moves from Yahoo: Night Moves is directed by Kelly Reichardt and written by Jonathan Raymond, both of who collaborated on Wendy and Lucy and Meek's Cutoff. The film follows three clandestine activists scheming to blow up a »
- Ethan Anderton
Before he takes on the iconic role of Lex Luthor in Batman Vs. Superman, fans will get to see a whole new side of Jesse Eisenberg in the upcoming thriller Night Moves. Following the international trailer that debuted last week, Cinedigm has released the first domestic trailer for director Kelly Reichardt's thriller. The story follows radical environmentalist Josh Stamos (Jesse Eisenberg), who enlists the help of a former Marine (Peter Sarsgaard) and a young activist (Dakota Fanning) to blow up a hydroelectric dam, although the group becomes divided about the damage this will inflict. Alia Shawkat, James LeGros and Lew Temple co-star in this intense and gripping drama, arriving in theaters May 30.
Night Moves comes to theaters May 30th, 2014 and stars Dakota Fanning, Jesse Eisenberg, Peter Sarsgaard, Alia Shawkat, James LeGros, Lew Temple, Katherine Waterston, Clara Mamet. The film is directed by Kelly Reichardt. »
A little less than a week after the release of the French trailer for "Night Moves," Cinedigm has followed it up with its American counterpart, and if anything, it's even more tense than the last one. "Night Moves" follows three radical environmentalists, leader Josh (Jesse Eisenberg), his loyal follower Dena (Dakota Fanning) and former Marine Harmon (Peter Sarsgaard), as they plan to blow up a hydroelectric dam. The three all want to restore power to nature, but when the question of collateral damage comes up, they're a little less in tune with each other. "Night Moves" was directed by the great neo-neo-realist director Kelly Reichardt, the filmmaker behind "Old Joy," "Wendy and Lucy" and "Meek's Cutoff," and debuted last fall at the Venice Film Festival before playing at Tiff. Reichardt co-wrote the film with frequent collaborator Jonathan Raymond, and the film looks to show the same kind of tightly-wound, slow-burning »
- Max O'Connell
“Out past the cornfields where the woods got heavy / Out in the back seat of my '60 Chevy / Workin' on mysteries without any clues / Workin' on our night moves / Tryin' to make some front page drive-in news / Workin' on our night moves in the summertime.” Those are the lyrics of Bob Seger’s “Night Moves.” Night Moves, the upcoming film from acclaimed director Kelly Reichardt, isn’t about the song, but it’s not so far off from those lyrics, as the trailer suggests. Jesse Eisenberg, Dakota Fanning, and Peter Sarsgaard play radical environmentalists who come together to explode a hydroelectric dam. On May 30, we’ll also learn their stance on “Old Time Rock and Roll.” »
- Jesse David Fox
The film will hit theaters on May 30, 2014.
Jesse Eisenberg, Dakota Fanning, and Peter Sarsgaard star as radical activists plotting to blow up Oregon’s Green Peter Dam in an act of environmental sabotage. As their plan marches towards fruition, they soon discover that small steps have enormous consequences. Old Joy and Wendy and Lucy director Kelly Reichardt crafts another graceful and absorbing film about outsiders searching for a meaningful place on the edges of the system in this atmospheric suspense thriller.
Have a look the trailer below.
Source: Yahoo! Movies
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- Kellvin Chavez
There are no turtles or tornadoes in this first look at Kelly Reichardt's thriller Night Moves, but it's a taut trailer nonetheless. Jesse Eisenberg, Dakota Fanning, and Peter Sarsgaard star as three radical environmentalists who plan to put their ideologies to the test by conspiring to blow up a hydroelectric dam. The trailer gives a great sense of the inherent danger in perpetrating such an act, not just for the renegades who fear being caught, but for the sense of mistrust that grows among them. Night Moves is due out on May 30th. Hit the jump to watch the trailer. Here's the first trailer for Night Moves (via Yahoo!): Synopsis: Night Moves is the story of three radical environmentalists coming together to execute the most intense protest of their lives: the explosion of a hydroelectric dam—the very source and symbol of the energy-sucking, resource-devouring industrial culture they despise. »
- Dave Trumbore
Last week we got the international trailer, and now it all comes home today with a new domestic trailer for Kelly Reichardt's "Night Moves." And it dives into a world where trust is earned, and forever fragile, and where conviction is the biggest weapon of all. Starring Jesse Eisenberg, Dakota Fanning and Peter Sarsgaard, the film follows three people who come together to bomb a hydroelectric dam and delves into the moral and ethical dilemmas they face, and seemingly the shifting dynamics among them. As you might expect from Reichardt, it moves at its own pace, but the result is one where the tension is continually raised, with our review out of Venice calling the movie, "nail-biting" and one that nods favorably toward Alfred Hitchcock and Claude Chabrol in its construction. "Night Moves" opens on May 30th. Watch below. »
- Kevin Jagernauth
For a beach bum cinephile it doesn’t get much better than the Riviera Maya Film Festival. Only in its third year, Riviera Maya mixes the accessibility of AFI Fest – surprisingly, it’s free and open to all – with a bit of the sensational cachet of Cannes. (Right down to a brazenly coordinated, multi-store jewelry heist in Cancun that resulted in the car carrying Peter Sarsgaard and Maggie Gyllenhaal getting stopped en route to the opening night screening of Kelly Reichardt’s Night Moves. Now that’s entertainment!) I didn’t catch Reichardt’s edge-of-your-seat eco-thriller until the last day of the fest, but […] »
- Lauren Wissot
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