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Arbitrage (review)

Robert Miller (Richard Gere: Amelia) is one of those bastards who helped crash the economy in 2008, and now, on his 60th birthday, he suddenly understands that it’s not his millions and his power that’s important in life but his grandkids, awww. Masters of the universe are people too! But any sense that this feature debut of writer-director Nicholas Jarecki is going to be about empathizing with Robert and his ilk quickly disappears when he slips out of his own family party to go visit a mistress. And then we’re made privy to his Wall Street crimes. And then we follow as he goes to hang out with yet another mistress. And then... something really really bad hits this machine of a man, who has thus far has been effortlessly juggling a whole lotta shitty stuff. Gere is intriguing in the role of a slickly unpleasant man who
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Blu-ray Giveaway: Sinners And Saints Starring Tom Berenger & Sean Patrick Flanery

The Film Directed by William Kaufman, Sinners And Saints boasts a powerhouse action-genre cast including Johnny Strong, Kevin Phillips, Costas Mandylor, Sean Patrick Flanery, legendary Ufc Champion Bas Rutten, Clifford “Method Man” Smith, Kim Coates, Louis Mandylor, Jolene Blalock, and Oscar® nominee Tom Berenger. Location: New Orleans, post-Katrina. As the leader of an elite “Street Crimes” task force squad, New Orleans Detective Sean Reilly (Strong) is trying to cope with the death of his young son and the abandonment of his wife. But when a routine warrant “serve” results in an ambush and the vicious murder of his partner, this may be the last straw that finally sends Sean over the edge. Re-assigned by his mentor Captain Trahan (Berenger), Sean and Det. Will Ganz (Kevin Phillips)...
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Sinners And Saints Coming To DVD And Blu-ray January 10

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Sinners And Saints Coming To DVD And Blu-ray January 10
Anchor Bay Entertainment celebrates the days when fights were brutally real without CGI enhancement with the DVD and Blu-ray release of “Sinners and Saints.” The film, directed by William Kaufman, stars Johnny Strong, Kevin Phillips, Costas Mandylor, Sean Patrick Flannery, Ufc Champion Bas Rutten, Clifford “Method Man” Smith, Kim Coates, Louis Mandylor, Jolene Blalock and Oscar nominee Tom Berenger. The film, full of gunfights, bloody fistfights and extreme car chases will be available for $22.98 (DVD) and $24.99 (Blu-ray). Here’s the synopsis of “Sinners and Saints”: “Location: New Orleans, post-Katrina. As the leader of an elite “Street Crimes” task force squad, New Orleans Detective Sean Reilly (Strong) is trying to...
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Blu-ray Giveaway: Sinners and Saints

William Kaufman’s slam-bang actioner “Sinners and Saints” blasts its way onto DVD and Blu-ray next week on January 10th from Anchor Bay Entertainment. Until then, check out the latest trailer and a clip from the film below. If you like what you see, maybe you’ll like a free Blu-ray copy of the film, as well? Well lucky you, because the good folks at Anchor Bay were nice enough to give us three Blu-ray copies of the film to give away to three lucky winners. See how that works? Head on below for details. As the leader of an elite “Street Crimes” task force squad, New Orleans Detective Sean Reilly (Strong) is trying to cope with the death of his young son and the abandonment of his wife. But when a routine warrant “serve” results in an ambush and the vicious murder of his partner, this may be the
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Watch an Exclusive Clip From Sinners and Saints

William Kaufman’s slam-bang actioner “Sinners and Saints” blasts its way onto DVD and Blu-ray early next year on January 10th from Anchor Bay Entertainment. Until then, check out an Exclusive Clip from the film below, featuring star Johnny Strong and Sean Patrick Flanery (of “Boondock Saints” fame) caught up in a gunfight with some heavy-artillery packing bad guys. As the leader of an elite “Street Crimes” task force squad, New Orleans Detective Sean Reilly (Strong) is trying to cope with the death of his young son and the abandonment of his wife. But when a routine warrant “serve” results in an ambush and the vicious murder of his partner, this may be the last straw that finally sends Sean over the edge. Re-assigned by his mentor Captain Trahan (Berenger), Sean and Det. Will Ganz (Kevin Phillips) investigate a baffling gangland homicide. As the clues stack up on the case,
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Us Trailer For Sinners And Saints Is Here!

William Kaufman's Sinners And Saints is due for release in the Us very soon, and a brand new trailer has just arrived. It is definitely worth having a look at because Sinners is an incredibly awesome action flick, and one of the best movies of 2011! Official Synopsis: Location: New Orleans, post-Katrina. As the leader of an elite "Street Crimes" task force squad, New Orleans Detective Sean Reilly (Strong) is trying to cope with the death of his young son and the abandonment of his wife. But when a routine warrant "serve" results in an ambush and the vicious murder of his partner, this may be the last straw that finally sends Sean over the edge. Re-assigned by his mentor Captain Trahan (Berenger), Sean...
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L.A. Noire for the XBox 360 – review

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Details, details, details…the crime thriller L.A. Noire for the XBox 360, set in post-World War II 1947 Los Angeles, is a game that glories in and is made glorious by the rich accuracy of details that its publisher Rock Star Games and developer Team Bondi bring to it. If you have no idea at all what this game is about, have not already heard and/or read about the way real actors were used and filmed to capture every little nuance and expression on their faces using MotionScan tech to map facial movements, it is probably hard to imagine the depths of realism and immersiveness this game has for which it has already become famous. It’s a Must Have sort of game, as is a game like Portal 2 (but for different reasons).

You are Cole Phelps (played by Aaron Staton of Mad Men), a Silver Star decorated war veteran just back from Okinawa,
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Denis Leary & Jim Serpico's Apostle Sells Projects To CBS And CW

In its first development cycle under its deal at CBS TV Studios, Denis Leary and Jim Serpico’s Apostle has sold 3 projects: 2 at CBS and one at the CW. The sales come 3 months after Apostle sealed pacts with CBS Studios on the broadcast and Fox TV Studios on the cable side after 7 years at Sony TV. The CBS projects are Mind Games from writer Roger Wolfson and the previously announced medical drama Cross Roads from Elle Johnson, while the CW drama is Trigger, from playwright Kyle Jarrow. Mind Games is about an impassioned female psychologist specializing in memory who teams up with a tough-as-nails police detective to solve crimes. Trigger is a fast-paced cop show that follows four twenty-something cops/adrenaline junkies who get fast-tracked into the elite Street Crimes Unit when its previous members are all busted for corruption. Of Jarrow, Serpico says, “we’ve discovered a rock star.
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