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She can’t stop! Miley’s party persona is no act. The wild child of pop music hit up Beacher’s Madhouse in La, and an eyewitness tells HollywoodLife.com that the star’s partying was out of control!
Miley Cyrus is single and ready to mingle! The Bangerz beauty is done with Liam Hemsworth, but she didn’t show any signs of a broken heart when she partied in Hollywood on October 16. An insider at the VIP club where Miley let loose tells HollywoodLife.com that Miley was surrounded by boys — and even got physical with one of the club’s performers! Read on for Exclusive details.
Miley Cyrus Twerks While Surrounded By Guys On Wild Night Out
Liam who? The Hunger Games hunk was the last thing on Miley’s mind during a crazy night out on Oct. 16! A clubgoer who partied alongside Miley at Beacher’s Madhouse »
1973’s Badlands marked the first feature film from writer/director Terrence Malick and it squarely put him on the path to his current cinematic sainthood. Over a forty year career and a scant six feature films — three more are on the way — Malick has established a well deserved mystique as the closest thing America has produced to a true European style auteur. Frankly, no one else is even close. Ironically, one could make a case that the artistic influence of this Oklahoma farm boy has its deepest resonance far beyond America’s shores. Directors such as Turkey’s Nuri Bilge Ceylon and Mexico’s Carlos Reygadas reverently evoke Malick’s pantheistic zen, while Thailand’s Apitchapong Weerasathakul’s slow, stately dolly shots of weeds and bushes make him perhaps Malick’s most direct artistic descendent.
Back in the U.S., the cult of Malick has grown to such glowing stature »
- David Anderson
From The Wild Child to Nell, the movies have long told stories of children found in the woods raised by animals but the title creature that rears the little girls in the new horror film Mama is meaner than a snake and uglier than Martin Lawrence in drag. Moviegoers looking for a scary time at the movies without the gore could do worse than Mama, a PG13 shocker from producer Guillermo del Toro. It’s an engrossing, if modest exercise in thrills that works hard to present an intelligent and unique premise. Mama opens strong but falls apart in its underdeveloped second half with scares manufactured from cliches and an overdramatic climax.
Mama is a throwback fairy-tale style horror film with a less-is-more approach to its violence, yet it opens ugly with a man abducting his two young daughters and preparing to shoot them in the back of their heads. »
- Tom Stockman
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