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Call of Duty World League Dallas Power Rankings

  • Cinelinx
It's been a wild start to the Call of Duty World League circuit! Hundreds filed into the Kay Bailey Hutchinson Convention Center, in Dallas, TX, on Friday expecting to see a ton of awesome Call of Duty WWII Pool Play, only to be disappointed by an unfounded bomb threat that would result in the tournament running behind schedule. Nevertheless, the teams didn't let that phase them as they came roaring back with some amazing Call of Duty gameplay. The result of these incredible games led us to rank teams, set for the elimination round, from least to most likely to win the first title of the long Call of Duty World League circuit!

20. Ghost Gaming

Once a formidable team at the Call of Duty World League Championships, Ghost Gaming proved that they weren’t ready for Boots on the Ground, losing every match they played in Pool Play. Perhaps they
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The Lost City of Z

They don’t make ’em like this any more, and the original TV spots for James Gray’s accurate retelling of history almost didn’t know how to sell it. Charlie Hunnam spends his life trying to solve a riddle of the Peruvian rainforest, in between fighting in WW1 and dealing with class prejudice. Yup, one could say the picture was filmed in a ‘classic’ style . . . can a show like that find an audience these days?

The Lost City of Z


Broadgreen / Amazon Studios

2016 / Color / 2:39 widescreen / 141 min. / Street Date July 11, 2017 / 34.99

Starring: Charlie Hunnam, Robert Pattinson, Sienna Miller, Tom Holland, Edward Ashley, Angus Macfadyen, Ian McDiarmid, Clive Francis, Murray Melvin.

Cinematography: Darious Khondji

Film Editor:John Axelrad, Lee Haugen

Original Music: Christopher Spelman

From the book by David Grann

Produced by Dede Gardner, James Gray, Anthony Katagas, Jeremy Kleiner

Written for the Screen and Directed by James Gray

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Posterized Propaganda September 2012: White Space Rules the Month

  • The Film Stage
“Don’t Judge a Book by Its Cover” is a proverb whose simple existence proves the fact impressionable souls will do so without fail. This monthly column focuses on the film industry’s willingness to capitalize on this truth, releasing one-sheets to serve as not representations of what audiences are to expect, but as propaganda to fill seats. Oftentimes they fail miserably.

When not distracted by the more offbeat, artistically inclined one-sheets for the amazing line-up gracing Toronto screens at Tiff this month, I was surprised to see a few good ones hit the September release schedule proper. Whether or not a couple of them find live on both lists is beside the point.

With enough to talk about that I don’t even need to bother with the umpteenth example of Milla Jovovich shooting a gun while skewed on the page in Resident Evil: Retribution (open September 14th) (poster
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Peruvian director Armando Robles Godoy dies

Peruvian director Armando Robles Godoy dies
Buenos Aires -- Peruvian director and writer Armando Robles Godoy died of heart failure Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. in Lima, Peru's capital city.

Robles Godoy, who was reportedly in a very delicate state and suffering from complications after being hit by a car two weeks ago, went into cardiac arrest at the Hospital Rebaglatis Intensive Care Unit, where he had been transferred at the special request of president Alan Garcia, as Robles Godoy didn't have health insurance.

Born in New York in 1923, Robles Godoy was a prominent figure in the Peruvian cultural scene, and the first local filmmaker to gain international exposure. His films "En la selva no hay estrellas" (1967), "The Green Wall" (1969) and "Mirage" (1972) were the first three films in Peruvian cinema history to be nominated for a Best Foreign Language Film Academy Award.

A key figure in the passing of one of the first film-addressed legislations during
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