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What I Watched, What You Watched #223

15 December 2013 7:00 AM, PST | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

I've been on vacation for the last seven days, but before I left I did watch John Boorman's 1967 film Point Blank starring Lee Marvin as a man double-crossed by his partners and left for dead in an Alcatraz jail cell who returns to claim what is his, which may or may not include his wife. I'd never seen the film and was tipped off to it by the CinephilArchive and the video I included at the bottom of today's post titled "The 160 Angriest Steps in Cinema History", which just so happens to be a clip from the film and easily the film's best scene... montage... however you'd like to describe it. Other than that, this week I saw The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug and we all know how that turned out by now, and at home I watched Ernest & Celestine and O Apostolo. Oh, I also watched Lone Survivor for a second time, »

- Brad Brevet

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Exclusive: Peter Weller Talks Star Trek Into Darkness

9 September 2013 10:11 AM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Peter Weller Talks Star Trek Into Darkness, on Blu-ray and DVD September 10

While the primary cast of 2009's Star Trek reprised their roles for this summer's sequel Star Trek Into Darkness, there were several new characters added. One of them was Peter Weller's Admiral Marcus, the father of Alice Eve's Carol Marcus, who plays a pivotal role in this sci-fi action-thriller, debuting on Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray and DVD September 10th. I recently had the chance to speak with the talented actor over the phone, where he laid out the amazing story about how he landed this role, his thoughts on the RoboCop remake, his dual role as star and director on Season 6 of Sons of Anarchy, and more.

J.J. Abrams is known for how secretive his films are, especially before and during production. When you were approached to play Marcus, was there a lot you knew about this character? »

- MovieWeb

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Stanley Kubrick's List of Top Ten Films of All-Time Up To 1963

30 July 2013 9:00 AM, PDT | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

Any time a top ten list is made nowadays it is typically made by movie bloggers born in the late '70s / early '80s and therefore the span of time it covers is frequently limited to just a few years before their birth to modern day. As a result many great films are forgotten simply because it's damn near impossible to see everything. Thankfully, there are others out there to encourage us to see films before our time and expand our cinematic knowledge. Just yesterday I posted Spike Lee's list of 87 Essential Films (see that here) and I've always pointed out and referenced Roger Ebert's list of Great Movies, which you can see in its entirety right here. If you haven't seen these films, add them to a spreadsheet of your own and get to work as today I have ten more for you to consider. Born »

- Brad Brevet

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New Supernatural Season 9 First Set Photo Features Sam & Dean In Motorcycle Action

18 July 2013 12:43 PM, PDT | OnTheFlix | See recent OnTheFlix news »

New Supernatural season 9 first set photo features Sam & Dean in motorcycle action. Recently, Guy Norman Bee, who is the camera man for CW's hit show, "Supernatural," released this new,first, "behind the scenes" set pic for season 9,episode 1, and it gives us a new look at actors ,Jensen Ackles aka Dean Winchester and Jared Padalecki aka Sam Winchester, in motorcycle action. Guy Norman Bee captioned the new pic with the following words: "Hell's Angels have invaded our set... #Spn #901." In related news, some recent spoilers have revealed that we're going to see Sam be very sick to start off the new season. Castiel and a couple of other angels will be in "fallen angel" status,human,and have no powers, which should be quite interesting. Dead Bobby will return again for some ,yet to be revealed, action. Also, a new enemy will be arriving on the scene,and it's going »

- Andre

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Kristen Bell Is Naughty Meets Nice in Leather Lbd

6 June 2013 12:13 PM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Now that Kristen Bell is a mom, she can't just walk the red carpet in any old look. It has to be a combination of appropriate and sexy, comfortably and edgy, fit for Sunday church...and a run-in with the Hell's Angels crew? We get that the House of Lies star wanted to feel a little bit country and a little bit rock 'n' roll for the Cmt Awards, but this Zuhair Murad Lbd makes her look a little bit PTA president, a little bit S&M dominatrix. Then again, all mommies have some secrets, right? »

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She Was The Very First Blonde Bombshell

1 March 2013 12:54 PM, PST | Huffington Post | See recent Huffington Post news »

Jean Harlow was the first bombshell. Sure, there were silent-era predecessors, but our 'modern day' notion of the siren really started with Harlow. Mostly because of the platinum hair, which led legions to the peroxide bottle. (We've since never recovered from blonde worship.) Before she glided onto the silver screen, clad in liquid satin with that perfect '30s look comprised of thin brows, pouty lips and shining waves, the sexbombs were usually dark-haired. Think: Clara Bow, Louise Brooks and Norma Shearer.

If Bow was the "It Girl" that defined the 20s, Harlow was quintessentially 1930s. She could bridge the giant gap between classes -- she looked like a socialite but had plenty of sass, which ensured mass appeal. Her blondeness became her legend, promoted as "rare" though the modern-day eye would call it "bizarrely unnatural." Howard Hughes, who directed Harlow in her breakthrough role in "Hell's Angels," christened the »

- The Huffington Post

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Critic's Notebook: Why 'Easy Rider' Still Matters 45 Years Later

21 February 2013 6:00 AM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

On Feb. 23, 1968 -- almost exactly 45 years ago -- in the midst of the Mardi Gras festivities in New Orleans, Dennis Hopper began shooting a low-budget film about two drug-dealing bikers who hit the road for the Big Easy and take an acid trip. "Easy Rider" promised to be a moneymaker. The producer and star, Peter Fonda, was fresh off of his turn in Roger Corman's breakaway hit, "The Wild Angels," about a Hell's Angels-type motorcycle gang leader who just wants to "get loaded." Fonda followed that up with "The Trip," Corman’s psychedelic LSD romp. The two films were megahits, making $16 million on a combined budget of around $700,000, and turning Fonda, the lanky scion of Hollywood royalty, into a bonafide countercultural icon. Combining both plots of these quintessential Corman flicks, "Easy Rider" promised to be B-movie gold. And who was attached as the screenwriter of this tale? The hippest scribe around, »

- Tom Folsom

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Brooks Back for 'Nemo 2', More 'Twilight' Fan Fiction Set for Big Screen and a List of Kubrick's Favorite Films

13 February 2013 6:59 AM, PST | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

1.) Albert Brooks is returning to voice Nemo's father, Marlin, in Finding Nemo 2. Ellen DeGeneres is also expected to return as the forgetful Dory with Andrew Stanton set to direct. At this point there are no plot details, though a 2016 release date is expected. Deadline 2.) Safe House director Daniel Espinosa is attached to direct an adaptation of John Grisham's "The Racketeer" for Fox and New Regency. The book sees a federal judge murdered at a lakeside cabin and the contents of his safe emptied. The only man who knows the whos and whys is a former attorney serving time in federal prison who hopes to parlay that into getting revenge on the people who put him there. THR 3.) More Twilight fan fiction is targeting a big screen adaptation while Universal tries to figure out what they're going to do with Fifty Shades of Grey. Constantin Film has acquired movie »

- Brad Brevet

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