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Derek Cianfrance’s ‘The Light Between Oceans’ Is Beautiful, But Can’t Sustain Its Melodramatic Grace Notes [Review]

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Parents tend to no perspective about their children, especially their newborn kin. They are the embodiment of life, golden treasures and mothers and fathers can stare at them lovingly all day long without pause. As such, as a loveletter to his children and the halcyon days of baby coos and pure unadulterated love, Derek Cianfrance’s […]

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Yes, There Will Be An ‘Angry Birds Movie’ Sequel

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Don’t lose your feathers all at once when I tell you that “The Angry Birds Movie” earned over $345 million at the box office. Not a bad start in the movie biz for mobile game maker Rovio, and obviously, they aren’t done yet. The company announced in an earnings report that a sequel to “The […]

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- Kevin Jagernauth

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New Trailer For Rob Zombie’s ’31’ Plays A Deadly Game

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Halloween usually means that Hollywood is going to throw you a few different options at the multiplex to scare you pants off, and one of them will be the latest from Rob Zombie, who knows his way around gory setpieces. And this time, he’s taking you to the deadliest carnival ever in “31.” Starring Sheri Moon […]

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- Kevin Jagernauth

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Krzysztof Kieślowski’s ‘Dekalog’ Is A Masterwork Of Morality, Chance & Fate [Review]

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How exactly does a person go about reviewing Polish maestro Krzysztof Kieślowski’s “Dekalog”? Maybe, just to start, we have to decide how to categorize the damn thing, a towering, ten hour television drama series that divides each hour into a single, self-contained micro-movie. If you think of “Dekalog” as TV, you aren’t wrong; if you […]

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- Andrew Crump

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Anne Hathaway Is Going To ‘Live Fast Die Hot’

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When you hear the words “Live Fast Die Hot,” you might envision an action movie or some kind of thriller. What you probably don’t picture is a heart-warming tale of self-discovery, but with Anne Hathaway attached to star in a movie with that very name, it makes a bit more sense. Deadline reports that the […]

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- Kevin Jagernauth

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Elizabeth Wood’s ‘White Girl’ Mixes Vibrant Filmmaking With The Grimy Realism Of ‘Kids’ [Review]

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“I always figure it out.” Could any other five-word phrase better express the brash, privileged spirit of Elizabeth Wood’s “White Girl”? The speaker is Leah (Morgan Saylor), a Midwestern transplant attending college in New York City; her audience is Blue (Brian “Sene” Marc), her low level drug dealer boyfriend. Their conversation takes place in jail […]

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- Andrew Crump

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Bryan Cranston, Steve Carell & Laurence Fishburne Team For Richard Linklater’s ‘Last Flag Flying’

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Richard Linklater doesn’t tend to stay idle for too long. It was only a few months ago that his latest, “Everybody Wants Some!!” hit theaters and fizzled, but he’s a director with a long track record and great films too, so it’s not a surprise he’s got some top talent aligned for his next movie. […]

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- Kevin Jagernauth

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Duncan Jones Talks ‘Warcraft’ Sequel, Says Film Suffered From “Death Of 1,000 Cuts”

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Few filmmakers have ever found themselves in the unique position Duncan Jones is in following the release of “Warcraft” this summer. While the movie utterly bombed in the United States, the video game blockbuster earned a staggering 89% of its total $433 million worldwide haul from overseas. Though the international box office has become increasingly […]

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- Kevin Jagernauth

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Terrence Malick Showed Up Unannounced & Uninvited On The Set Of The Coens’ ‘Hail, Caesar!’

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While Stanley Kubrick was reportedly loath to be interviewed, numerous stories tell of the director randomly calling up fellow filmmakers, often after he’d seen their films, and peppering them with questions and engaging in long discussions about their work. Terrence Malick is similarly press shy. While his new documentary “The Voyage Of Time” is gearing up to […]

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- Kevin Jagernauth

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Andrew Dominik’s Long Developing Marilyn Monroe Pic ‘Blonde’ Heads To Netflix, But Without Jessica Chastain

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It has been four years since Andrew Dominik‘s under-appreciated “Killing Them Softly” hit theaters. While the director returns next month with the Nick Cave documentary “One More Time With Feeling,” any news about a Dominik-helmed feature film has been pretty quiet lately. For a long while now, he’s been developing a Marilyn Monroe movie based […]

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- Kevin Jagernauth

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2016 AFI Film Fest Opens With World Premiere Of Warren Beatty’s ‘Rules Don’t Apply’

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The fall film festival circuit is ramping up, and it’ll be a nice change from what has been a pretty disappointing summer movie season. The Toronto International Film Festival, Venice Film Festival and New York Film Festival have all announced their full lineups, while the Telluride Film Festival will unveil its goods on Thursday. Additionally, the AFI […]

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- Rodrigo Perez

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The Best & The Rest: Ranking Every Clint Eastwood Directed Movie

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There have been few careers in film history like Clint Eastwood‘s. Strike that: there have been no careers like Clint Eastwood’s. After breaking through in the Western TV series “Rawhide,” the actor stepped into movies with Sergio Leone’s spaghetti western “Dollars trilogy” (1964’s “A Fistful Of Dollars,” 1965’s “For A Few Dollars More” and 1966’s “The […]

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First Look: Miley Cyrus In Woody Allen’s Amazon Series ‘Crisis In Six Scenes’

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Woody Allen is no J.J. Abrams —he’s never been known to furiously protect his secrets, such as making cast members and crew sign NDAs— yet details on his upcoming movies are always scarce. In fact, the title of his new Amazon series “Crisis In Six Scenes” was under wraps for months. But Entertainment Weekly has a first […]

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Kiyoshi Kurosawa Unravels The Tension In Trailer For Thriller ‘Creepy’

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Japanese director Kiyoshi Kurosawa is one of few filmmakers operating between respected dramas like “Tokyo Sonata” and last year’s Cannes prize winning “Journey To The Shore,” and horror/thrillers like “Pulse,” and it’s in that latter category that he returns with “Creepy.” The film is circulating extensively on the festival circuit this year, is gearing up […]

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- Kevin Jagernauth

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Mia Hansen-Løve Writing New Film ‘Bergman Island,’ About A Filmmaker Couple

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Premiering at the Berlin Film Festival in February, the latest film from Mia Hansen-Love, “Things To Come,” is preparing for the fall festival circuit with stops in Toronto and New York. But the writer/director is already hard at work on her next projects. Last month, the filmmaker revealed her next film would be the hostage drama […]

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- Kevin Jagernauth

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Todd Phillips Explains Why Prefers Film To Digital, And The Magic Of The Moviegoing Experience

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Over the past few years, the film versus digital conversation has been waged steadily in Hollywood. In one corner you have Hollywood studios who love the cost-savings of embracing new technology, and filmmakers like David Fincher who are continually finding fresh methods of creative expression thanks to the ever expanding boundaries that digital cameras open […]

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- Kevin Jagernauth

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‘Let The Right One In’ TV Series Coming To TNT

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And the reboots keep coming! It’s all the rage nowadays to take beloved source material and reboot it for modern audiences. Normally this happens with films and series that are at least 20 years old. However, TNT is moving forward with a reboot of the acclaimed 2008 Swedish film “Let the Right One In.” “Let […]

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- Charles Dean

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Alison Brie To Star In ‘Orange Is The New Black’ Creator Jenji Kohan’s New Netflix Wrestling Comedy Series ‘G.L.O.W.’

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Orange is the New Black” is one of the most successful series on Netflix, and with that in mind, it’s obvious why the streaming service is interested in anything ‘Oitnb’ creator Jenji Kohan has to offer. And her next effort will be “G.L.O.W.,” with Alison Brie set to star. Set in the 1980s, “G.L.O.W.” tells the story of Ruth, […]

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James Franco Leads A Rebellion In First Trailer For ‘In Dubious Battle’

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On paper, James Franco’s “In Dubious Battle” is bringing the right ingredients. It’s got acclaimed source material in the novel by John Steinbeck, and a pretty great ensemble to bring it to life including Franco himself, plus Vincent D’Onofrio, Selena Gomez, Ed Harris, Sam Shepard, Robert Duvall, Nat Wolff, Analeigh Tipton, and Bryan Cranston. But […]

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- Kevin Jagernauth

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Spike Jonze Bring Dance And “Mutant Brain” To Perfume Ad For Kenzo

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Right around the time his feature length directorial debut, “Being John Malkovich,” was hitting cinemas, Spike Jonze had already come to the attention of many by helming two iconic, dance oriented videos for Fatboy Slim: the low-fi fun of “Praise You,” and the Christopher Walken powered “Weapon Of Choice” (which won the director his only Grammy Award […]

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- Kevin Jagernauth

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