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‘Indignation’ Director James Schamus: Film Is Dead, And That’s Okay

1 August 2016 10:08 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

“Being dead is not the same thing as not existing — many things exist that are dead. Indeed, I would argue that many of the greatest things that exist are dead and this is not necessarily a bad thing.” — James Schamus

In November of 2014, a little more than a year after he had been fired from his long-time job as the CEO of Focus Features, James Schamus was invited to the German Film Academy to give a speech about the future of cinema. Naturally, the underlying assumption of the event was that it had one.

The talk began on a routine note, as Schamus name-checked Theodor Adorno, bridged the gap between George Méliès and Christopher Nolan, and pushed through the obligatory references to the rise of Netflix and the fall of DVD. And then, reaching the fifth point of a lecture that he had split into 23 discrete fragments, Schamus reframed the conversation, »

- David Ehrlich

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James Schamus Talks ‘Indignation,’ Adapting Philip Roth, Cinematic Canons, and More

27 July 2016 10:45 AM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

For all his experience as a producer and writer — most notably as the head of Focus Features, and most specifically as a longtime associate of Ang Lee — it was an odd choice on James Schamus‘ part to make a directorial debut in his late ’50s — and especially by adapting Philip Roth, whose psychologically dense prose, to name but one thing, has stifled those attempting book-to-screen translations. But no matter the author’s typically precise and internalized perspective, the text in question, Indignation, should be an easier work to slide into, in some part because its ’50s-college setting creates an atmosphere that could easily be brought to cinema. Here’s the good news: to view Schamus’ own Indignation is to again witness an understanding of time and place.

Even better was the act of interviewing him. The extent of Schamus’ experience and knowledge — it’s only so often you interview someone »

- Nick Newman

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Review: "Johnny Angel" (1945) Starring George Raft; Warner Archive DVD Release

24 June 2016 3:37 AM, PDT | Cinemaretro.com | See recent CinemaRetro news »

By John M. Whalen

It’s night and a ship moves in the water through a dark curtain of fog. We see George Raft as Captain Johnny Angel on the bridge peering out into the pea soup as another vessel looms ahead suddenly in the darkness, abandoned and drifting in the water. Raft sounds the foghorn but there’s no response. He boards the derelict with several of his crew to search for clues as to what happened. They go below to the captain’s quarters and finds it wrecked. A picture lies on a desk in a shattered frame. Raft picks it up and we see it is a picture of him as a younger man standing next to an older one. A crew member enters the cabin and says there is blood below, and water in the hold, but no signs of life.

“Maybe your father’s okay, »

- nospam@example.com (Cinema Retro)

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Dark Passage

27 May 2016 10:30 PM, PDT | Trailers from Hell | See recent Trailers from Hell news »

Bogie's back and Bacall's got him! Or, at least she's got his voice, and a bundle of bandages. A David Goodis hardboiled crime tale becomes an absurd pile of coincidences and accidental relationships, all wrapped up (literally) in a giant plastic-surgery gimmick. Bogart and his new bride Bacall are charming, but there's a show -stealer at large: the great Agnes Moorehead plays the most entertainingly horrible harpy in film history. Dark Passage Blu-ray Warner Archive Collection 1947 / B&W / 1:37 flat Academy / 106 min. / Street Date May 17, 2016 / available through the WBshop / 16.59 Starring Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, Agnes Moorehead, Bruce Bennett, Tom D'Andrea, Clifton Young, Douglas Kennedy, Rory Mallinson, Houseley Stevenson Cinematography Sid Hickox Art Direction Charles H. Clarke Film Editor David Weisbart Original Music Franz Waxman Written by Delmer Daves from a novel by David Goodis Produced by Jerry Wald, Jack L. Warner Directed by Delmer Daves

Reviewed by Glenn Erickson

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- Glenn Erickson

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The Gallant Hours

15 April 2016 10:07 AM, PDT | Trailers from Hell | See recent Trailers from Hell news »

Director Robert Montgomery's last is a war movie like no other, a study in leadership and command with no combat scenes. James Cagney uses none of his standard personality mannerisms; the result is something very affecting. And that music! You'll think the whole show is the memory of a soul in heaven. The Gallant Hours Blu-ray Kl Studio Classics 1960 / B&W / 1:66 widescreen / 115 min. / Street Date April 5, 2016 / available through Kino Lorber / 29.95 Starring James Cagney, Dennis Weaver, Ward Costello, Vaughn Taylor, Richard Jaeckel, Les Tremayne, Walter Sande, Karl Swenson, Leon Lontoc, Robert Burton, Carleton Young, Raymond Bailey, Harry Landers, Richard Carlyle, James Yagi, James T. Goto, Carl Benton Reid, Selmer Jackson, Frank Latimore, Nelson Leigh, Herbert Lytton, Stuart Randall, William Schallert, Arthur Tovey, John Zaremba. Cinematography Joseph MacDonald Art Director Wiard Ihnen Original Music Roger Wagner Written by Beirne Lay Jr., Frank D. Gilroy Produced and Directed by Robert Montgomery »

- Glenn Erickson

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'Hardcore Henry': Inside the Insane First-Person Shooter Movie

8 April 2016 7:26 AM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

You're dangling off a van driving at an ungodly speed down a three-lane Moscow highway; suddenly, you hear a raucous, jarring thump. With all the violent jostling, it’s impossible to tell if it was a bump in the road or a tire crushing a stuntman's head. You look everywhere for clues; it's only once the Russian daredevil, previously lying prostrate in the middle of hectic traffic, flashes the thumbs up and yells, "Did you get?! Did you get?!" that you realize no one has died. Not yet, at least. »

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Defenders TV Podcast: Agent Carter Season 2 Episode 5 – “The Atomic Job”

2 March 2016 9:00 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

The Defenders TV Podcast goes Hollywood…

Welcome back Defenders for our Agent Carter S02E05 The Atomic Job Podcast. This week Derek and John discuss their top 5 points about Episode 5 of Agent Carter from a great new team up of the West Coast Ssr, to a hilarious mind wipe gag and on to a hurtful revelation for Daniel Souse. This was a great episode. We also discuss their thoughts on the casting of Finn Jones as Iron Fist in the upcoming Netflix series.

The “Women of Marvel” interview that Derek mentioned in this weeks podcast with Wynn Everett and Bridget Regan is available here.

Synopsis for Agent Carter S02E05 The Atomic Job Podcast

Directed by: Craig Zisk

Written by: Lindsey Allen

After Jason Wilkes (Reggie Austin) adsorbs a small amount of Zero Matter from a sample of Jane Scotts body Agent Carter (Hayley Atwell) races to find the body »

- Luke Owen

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Review: You Are Not Alone

22 February 2016 6:44 AM, PST | Shadowlocked | See recent Shadowlocked news »

Ever since the overrated phenomena that was The Blair Witch Project (1999), low budget horror filmmakers have capitalised on the increasing use of modern and now easily accessible technology to add a different slant to the genre; The lack of money being a probable factor in the making of these films, but at least it gives them a documentary style lacking in more mainstream efforts.

But it is fair to say that the bulk of the films produced by these budding Camcorder Coppelas are nothing short of dire. And for my own personal point of view, I do not care for this type of filmmaking. Cloverfield (2008) gave me a headache and George Romero’s Diary of the Dead (2007) falls way short of being good. Let’s face it, if you are being menaced by a zombie, and alien or a serial killer, would you really lug around a camera and film »

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Agent Carter season 2 episodes 6 & 7 review: Life Of The Party & Monsters

19 February 2016 7:02 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

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Agent Carter continues to shine in season two. It's just a shame that ABC is burning through its episodes two-a-week...

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2.6 Life Of The Party & 2.7 Monsters

Well, after wondering where Dottie was last episode, this pair of episodes brought her right back to the forefront of the series in a big way, and it was everything I dreamed. Her gloriously sadistic, sarcastic outlook contrasts brilliantly with the chipper, moralising Brits in the cast and the predatory vibe she gives off towards Peggy in particular could not be more glorious. Forget the increasingly uninteresting Sousa/Peggy/Wilkes love triangle, I’m far more interested in a Dottie/Peggy/Jarvis thing.

At least Wilkes finally grew some personality this week. After spending the entire run of the series grinning dimly at Peggy the writers finally gave him a chance to wrestle with the enormity of his »

- louisamellor

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Agent Carter season 2 episode 5 review: The Atomic Job

12 February 2016 5:54 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

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Even if its plot stopped moving altogether, hanging out with Agent Carter's hugely fun characters would be attraction enough...

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2.5 The Atomic Job

Everyone loves a heist, and that goes double for the Marvel Universe. Agent Carter’s might not quite be on the scale of Ant-Man’s (in more ways than one) but with a pair of atomic bombs at the heart of it, you can’t argue that it’s not high stakes.

More than any other week, this one shows that the ensemble cast of Agent Carter is one of its biggest strengths. Adding new field agents in the form of Rose and Samberly – unconventional though they are – simply added to the amazing screwball tone the series has been nailing since its return. It worked because they weren’t just there for the ride – they had their own jokes and dynamic as well. »

- louisamellor

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Hayley Atwell cast in new ABC pilot; Agent Carter at risk?

11 February 2016 1:03 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

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Hayley Atwell has nabbed the lead role in legal drama Conviction. Could this be the end of Marvel’s Agent Carter?

Given Hayley Atwell’s hugely charismatic turn in both seasons of Agent Carter, it’s no surprise that its home network ABC wants to do more work with the British actress.

While the future of Agent Carter is yet to be confirmed (season 3 hasn’t been announced as yet), ABC has gone ahead and cast Atwell as the lead in another project – Conviction, a legal drama where she’ll play the “brilliant but ne’er-do-well daughter of a former President”.

Atwell’s character will be “blackmailed into taking a job as the head of Los Angeles’ newly created Conviction Integrity Unit. She, along with her team of lawyers, investigators and forensic experts, work together to examine cases where there’s credible suspicion that the wrong person »

- rleane

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Agent Carter season 2 episode 4 review: Smoke And Mirrors

5 February 2016 6:38 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

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Agent Carter season 2 explores Peggy and Whitney Frost's backstories in Smoke And Mirrors...

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2.4 Smoke And Mirrors

If there’s anything positive to say about Agent Carter’s reduced series-length compared to most Marvel properties, it’s that it doesn’t hang about. Last season had nothing even approaching filler, and this one is galloping along just as satisfyingly.

If anything, a little more time to build up the Arena Club might’ve made it more satisfying when they blew the lid off the conspiracy (sorta) but beyond that it’s hard to complain. Effectively having Carter shut out of the Ssr (again) could seem repetitive, were it not for the fact that this time she has a network of allies inside the organisation too.

Beyond that, this episode’s exploration of Peggy’s backstory is both long-overdue and entirely welcome, not to mention smartly deployed within the episode. »

- louisamellor

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Agent Carter season 2 episode 4 review: Smoke And Mirrors

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Agent Carter season 2 explores Peggy and Whitney Frost's backstories in Smoke And Mirrors...

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2.4 Smoke And Mirrors

If there’s anything positive to say about Agent Carter’s reduced series-length compared to most Marvel properties, it’s that it doesn’t hang about. Last season had nothing even approaching filler, and this one is galloping along just as satisfyingly.

If anything, a little more time to build up the Arena Club might’ve made it more satisfying when they blew the lid off the conspiracy (sorta) but beyond that it’s hard to complain. Effectively having Carter shut out of the Ssr (again) could seem repetitive, were it not for the fact that this time she has a network of allies inside the organisation too.

Beyond that, this episode’s exploration of Peggy’s backstory is both long-overdue and entirely welcome, not to mention smartly deployed within the episode. »

- louisamellor

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The Week in Spandex – Deadpool, Wolverine, Captain America: Civil War, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Thor: Ragnarok, The Defenders, Batman v Superman, Wonder Woman, Justice League and more

30 January 2016 6:40 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

In this edition of The Week in Spandex, we look at Deadpool, Wolverine 3, Captain America: Civil War, Spider-Man, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Thor: Ragnarok, Avengers: Infinity War, Agent Carter, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Marvel’s Most Wanted, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Wonder Woman, Supergirl, The Flash, Arrow, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, Gotham, Batman: Bad Blood, Justice League vs. Teen Titans, Justice League Action, Heroes Reborn and more…

There’s less than a fortnight to go until the 2016 superhero season kicks off with the release of Deadpool, and this week has brought us the first clip from the movie as Wade Wilson (Ryan Reynolds) pops the question to Vanessa (Morena Baccarin) [see here], along with a couple of ‘#TouchYourselfTonight’ viral promos in conjunction with the testicular cancer charity Ballboys [see here], some TV spots featuring the likes of Blind Al, Colossus, the X-Mansion and the Blackbird [see here], a clip of Deadpool, »

- Gary Collinson

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Defenders TV Podcast: Agent Carter Season 2 Episode 1 – “The Lady In The Lake”

29 January 2016 9:00 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

The Defenders TV Podcast goes Hollywood…

The Defenders are off to Hollywoodland for our Agent Carter S02E01 The Lady in The Lake Podcast. We’re delighted to be back with our favourite agent of the Strategic Scientific Reserve (Ssr) as she travels across the United States to the wacky world of Hollyweird to investigate an ice cold murder. As we talk through our top five points of Agent Carter Season 2 Episode 1 we discuss the return of Hayley Atwell and James Darcy’s excellent on-screen chemistry, whether we might get an appearance by Zodiac this season and what is the mysterious object that Dr. Wilkes (Reggie Austin) is monitoring in the Isodyne facility.

Synopsis for Agent Carter S02E01 The Lady In The Lake podcast

The fugitive Dottie Underwood (Bridget Regan) is apprehended by Agent Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell) and Chief Jack Thompson (Chad Michael Murray) in New York; but »

- Luke Owen

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Agent Carter season 2 episode 3 review: Better Angels

28 January 2016 8:49 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

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Agent Carter's Hayley Atwell, James D'Arcy and Dominic Cooper have the comic timing and chemistry to make virtually anything work...

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2.3 Better Angels

With the world of Agent Carter re-established, this episode followed up on the mysteries that were introduced in the first two episodes. Wilkes’ death wasn’t what it seemed, and Whitney Frost turned out to be much more than first met the eye, even as Peggy’s own organisation gets in the way – again – of her investigations.

This episode saw military coward/Peggy’s Ssr superior Jack Thompson turn up in La to interfere, and after being relatively one-dimensional for most of the previous series, he’s proving a surprisingly strong addition to the cast here – not least because we genuinely don’t know if he’s going to do the right thing or not. He knows Peggy has dirt »

- louisamellor

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Defenders TV Podcast: Jessica Jones Episode 13 – “Aka Smile”

27 January 2016 9:00 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

The Defenders TV Podcast concludes Jessica Jones

We’re finding it hard to Smile this week as we reach the end of our coverage of the latest and possibly best Marvel and Netflix TV show. Join us for our Jessica Jones S01E13 Aka Smile Podcast discussion all about the finale of the Marvel TV show. This time we discuss whether Jessica can fly, how Claire Temple plays in her second Netflix appearance and the final showdown between Jessica Jones and Kevin Kilgrave. We’ve loved covering this series since the 20th of November 2015 and we’re delighted that it ended on a high.

Synopsis for Jessica Jones S01E13 – “Aka Smile”

After her shot to his head, Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter) and Luke Cage (Mike Colter) get some unexpected help at the hospital from someone else in Jessica’s neighborhood who is intimately acquainted with gifted heroes. As she looks after an injured Luke, »

- Luke Owen

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Agent Carter season 2 episodes 1 & 2 review: The Lady In The Lake & A View In The Dark

26 January 2016 5:28 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

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Is Agent Carter season 2 as good as season 1? No. It's even better. The opening two-parter is flawless Marvel television...

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2.1 The Lady In The Lake & 2.2 A View In The Dark

In the past, I’ve criticised Marvel’s TV output for too-frequently failing to meet the high standards of the movies. Even the Netflix output, which has been occasionally excellent, is uneven at best. In fact, of all Marvel’s spin-offs, it’s fair to say that the first season of Agent Carter is the only one they completely nailed. So it’s with some delight I can say that the episodes that get Season 2 rolling are, if anything, even better.

This is, by some distance, as close as I’ve come to feeling like I’m watching a Marvel movie within the TV format. It’s funny, it’s fast-paced, and the characters are multi-faceted but consistent. »

- louisamellor

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Marvel's Agent Carter: ABC to Repeat Second Season Two-Hour Premiere; Get 16 Photos

21 January 2016 3:20 PM, PST | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

[caption id="attachment_42948" align="aligncenter" width="394"] Hayley Atwell (ABC/Kelsey McNeal)[/caption]

ABC will air an encore of Marvel's Agent Carter TV series season two premiere. The two-hour second season debuted January 19, with the first two episodes of this season, "The Lady in the Lake," and "A View in the Dark." Check out photos from both Agent Carter episodes, above and below.

Marvel's Agent Carter stars Hayley Atwell, James D’Arcy, Enver Gjokaj, Wynn Everett, Reggie Austin, and Chad Michael Murray. This encore of the Marvel Agent Carter season two premiere replaces a previously scheduled rerun of the Quantico TV series, starring Priyanka Chopra.

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- TVSeriesFinale.com

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Agent Carter Season 2 Episode 1/2 Review: “The Lady in the Lake”/”A View in the Dark”

20 January 2016 5:31 PM, PST | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

After a long wait, the new season of ABC’s other Marvel hit series, Agent Carter, finally kicked off as Peggy Carter packs up and moves to the City of Angels to begin a new adventure with the introductions of new threats, new faces as well as the return of some old favorites too. Even though the opening of season 1 was solid, this premiere was more enjoyable and hooked me into the show a bit better than the series premiere did, which I repeat was very solid. Season 1 was obviously about getting this series established and start fleshing out Peggy

Agent Carter Season 2 Episode 1/2 Review: “The Lady in the Lake”/”A View in the Dark” »

- Andy Behbakht

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