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The Angry Hills

30 May 2016 5:09 PM, PDT | Trailers from Hell | See recent Trailers from Hell news »

Robert Mitchum all but snoozes through this promising war-espionage thriller that pits lazy Gestapo agents against clueless partisans in occupied Greece. It's got great locations and a good cast, but director Robert Aldrich seems off his feed -- there's not a lot of excitement to be had. The Angry Hills DVD-r The Warner Archive Collection 1959 / B&W / 2:35 enhanced widescreen / 106 min. / Street Date February 16, 2016 / available through the WBshop / 21.99 Starring Robert Mitchum, Stanley Baker, Elisabeth Mueller, Gia Scala, Theodore Bikel, Sebastian Cabot, Donald Wolfit, Marius Goring, Jocelyn Lane, Kieron Moore, George Pastell, Marita Constantinou, Alec Mango. Cinematography Stephen Dade Film Editor Peter Tanner Production Design Ken Adam Original Music Richard Rodney Bennett Written by A.I. Bezzerides from the novel by Leon Uris Produced by Raymond Stross Directed by Robert Aldrich

Reviewed by Glenn Erickson

Director Robert Aldrich had come through with successes for Burt Lancaster's production company (Apache, Vera Cruz »

- Glenn Erickson

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Review: Louis C.K. takes on trans issues in the latest 'Horace and Pete'

17 March 2016 12:08 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

A few belated thoughts on the latest Horace and Pete coming up just as soon as I find your cancer sexually attractive... I was under the weather on Monday, and not up to writing much more about Horace episode 7 than this tweet.  Also, frankly, I wanted to sit with the episode a few more days to see if my feelings changed about that closing scene between Horace and Rhonda, which they ultimately didn't. Though it advanced the stories of Sylvia's cancer (in remission, apparently) and the fight for the bar's future (Pete trying to make an end-run by having the place declared a landmark), this episode was more of a short-story collection than some other installments. The different vignettes were linked by many of the series' usual themes about loneliness (and, as we see with Horace's daughter's new relationship, the compromises we sometimes make to avoid loneliness), unexpected attractions (with »

- Alan Sepinwall

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New Image 'Independence Day: Resurgence' Shows London in Jeopardy

24 February 2016 11:48 AM, PST | LatinoReview | See recent LatinoReview news »

I'll admit I had very little interest in seeing another Independence Day film. Sure, it was a great film in my childhood, and I had a lot of fun, but as the sequel has been in development for so long, it could only hold my attention for a short amount of time. Even when the film was in production, and when the trailer was announced to be approaching, I couldn't find it in my heart to care too much about it. It was only when that first trailer dropped did I realize that I wouldn't mind returning to this world nearly 20 years later.

The latest image from Empire has also managed to get me excited to see what the aliens have in store for us humans. Check out the photo of fire raining down on London, Sodom and Gomorrah style. 

The photo itself isn't of great quality, so it's hard »

- Joseph Medina

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Berlin Film Review: ‘A Quiet Passion’

14 February 2016 12:30 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

“Beauty is not caused. It is,” Emily Dickinson famously wrote — a truism not always applicable to the cinema of Terence Davies, which can work mightily hard toward its beauty, often to rapturous effect. This most refined of filmmakers appears to have come unstuck, however, with the story of Dickinson herself. His most mannered and least fulfilling work to date, “A Quiet Passion” boasts meticulous craft and ornate verbiage in abundance, but confines Cynthia Nixon’s melancholia-stricken performance as arguably America’s greatest poet in an emotional straitjacket of variously arch storytelling tones — of which a prolonged experiment with quippy, Whit Stillman-esque deadpan is the most unhappily surprising. An evident labor of love for its suddenly prolific helmer, this “Passion” project nonetheless registers as a missed opportunity; audience affection will range from quiet to inaudible.

It’s been 16 years, following his richly textured Edith Wharton adaptation “The House of Mirth, »

- Guy Lodge

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From the Terrace

19 January 2016 9:24 AM, PST | Trailers from Hell | See recent Trailers from Hell news »

This is as sexy as Hollywood pix got in 1960. John O'Hara's novel about class snobbery and the drive for success posits Paul Newman as a moody go-getter. In glossy soap opera fashion, his silver spoon-fed bride Joanne Woodward morphs into an unfaithful monster. Some adulterous relationships are excused and others not in this glossy, morally rigged melodrama. In other words, it's prime entertainment material. From the Terrace Blu-ray Twilight Time Limited Edition 1960 / Color / 2:35 widescreen / 144 min. / Ship Date January 19, 2016 / available through Twilight Time Movies / 29.95 Starring Paul Newman, Joanne Woodward, Myrna Loy, Ina Balin, Leon Ames, Elizabeth Allen, Barbara Eden, George Grizzard, Patrick O'Neal, Felix Aylmer. Cinematography Leo Tover Art Direction Maurice Ransford, Howard Richmond, Lyle R. Wheeler Film Editor Dorothy Spencer Original Music Elmer Bernstein Written by Ernest Lehman from the novel by John O'Hara Produced and directed by Mark Robson

Reviewed by Glenn Erickson

1960 saw the release of »

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