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'On Stranger Tides' star Ian McShane talks swapping music with Johnny Depp and the (possible) return of 'Deadwood'

17 October 2011 12:51 PM, PDT | EW - Inside Movies | See recent EW.com - Inside Movies news »

Over the phone from London, British actor Ian McShane is talking about his homeland’s perennial obsession: the weather. More specifically, he is explaining how he fell ill when the U.K.’s recent Indian summer was replaced by conditions of a more briskly autumnal nature. “I’ve been sick,” he says. “I’ve a chest infection, where you just want to go around coughing. Anyway, luckily, I have the week off.”

Rare is the actor — even the plague-ridden one — who regards having a week off as “lucky.” But then McShane has been enjoying his own professional Indian summer over »

- Clark Collis

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New this Week: ‘The Big Year,’ ‘The Thing’ and ‘The Tree of Life (DVD)’

12 October 2011 6:00 AM, PDT | The Scorecard Review | See recent Scorecard Review news »

Hitting movie theaters this weekend:

The Big YearOwen WilsonJack BlackSteve Martin

FootlooseKenny WormaldJulianne HoughDennis Quaid

The Thing - Mary Elizabeth WinsteadJoel EdgertonUlrich Thomsen

Movie of the Week

The Big Year

The Stars: Owen WilsonJack BlackSteve Martin

The Plot: Three avid bird watchers compete to spot the rarest birds in North America at a prestigious annual event.

The Buzz: I was completely unaware of this film until about two weeks ago, when I first saw the trailer. Seems it snuck up on everyone, as there hasn’t been much buzz about it at all. Owen Wilson, Jack Black and Steve Martin are all, of course, potential of amazing comedy cinema, and it’ll be interest to see how the three play off of each other. If the script is good, these three guys will do it justice. I’m »

- Aaron Ruffcorn

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DVD/Blu-ray Breakdown: October 11th, 2011

11 October 2011 11:24 AM, PDT | ScreenRant.com | See recent Screen Rant news »

This week is void of any significant Blu-ray re-releases, but there are some great new releases hitting shelves. Comic book fans will get a special addition to their collection when Green Lantern releases on DVD and Blu-ray this Friday. In the meantime, a pair of comedies and a Terrence Malick drama also arrive on home video.

A few low-profile titles hit DVD and Blu-ray this week, some of which some of you will be interested in. A pair of summer movies, Indian Summer and Camp Nowhere hit Blu-ray in case you have a bit of nostalgia you’re willing to invest in. Also on shelves are uber-indies like Terri and Beautiful Boy.

The following titles can now be found on DVD and Blu-ray.

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- Mike Eisenberg

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Polo in L.A. – Hollywood Goes Gatsby

10 October 2011 4:00 PM, PDT | Speakeasy/Wall Street Journal | See recent Speakeasy/Wall Street Journal news »

Getty Images Ali Larter, Jamie King and Rachel Zoe

Los Angeles in October is notoriously beautiful – Indian summer weather, clear skies and no smog. Hollywood is a town fueled on perfection – and today only upped the anti, as a sea of celebrities, society doyennes, and Argentinean polo players descended upon Veuve Cliquot’s 2nd Annual Polo Classes at Will Rogers State Park.

On the field the star was Ignacio “Nacho” Figueras, who has not only been dubbed the “David Beckham »

- Susan Michals

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Kirsten Dunst: after the apocalypse

4 October 2011 4:05 PM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Melancholia won her an award at Cannes – and plunged her into controversy. The actor talks about Von Trier's Nazi moment, her battle with depression – and Charlotte Gainsbourg's breasts

Melancholia begins with a wedding and ends with a funeral. Actually, the new film from Danish provocateur Lars von Trier ends with the apocalypse – a funeral for everyone, as a vast planet rears up on the near horizon, lighting up the lawn and setting the birds chattering. Watching the movie at this year's Cannes film festival, Kirsten Dunst was surprised to find herself giggling, as if this was some sort of happy ending. "That's one thing you can say for the end of the world," she says. "It solves a lot of problems."

We're drinking coffee in the basement of a London hotel, with embroidered snowflakes on the wallpaper and an Indian summer raging outside. The actor is attired as though »

- Xan Brooks

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Tottenham Hotspur Kings of North London: Weekend Premier League Review

3 October 2011 5:48 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

Finally, after waiting all summer for summer to arrive, it does. In October. If someone can explain this ‘Indian Summer’ term that’s bandied about, I’d gladly listen. There’s a time and a place for warm weather, and that place is called ‘on holiday’. Whoever claims that sunshine and heat make for ‘glorious’ conditions in which to enjoy football, is sorely mistaken.

Looking across the terraces, a sea of shaven heads red and dripping with sweat while trains and buses across the land are packed full of humanity at it’s clammiest, all accompanied with a scent that suggests antiperspirant has gone out of fashion.

In short, hot weather isn’t nice, it’s bloody horrible may it soon piss off so we can welcome back big jumpers, naked trees and rainy afternoons. Lunging tackles and match postponements, much more my cup of tea.

As not to buck »

- Jack Hussey

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A Good Old Fashioned Orgy

2 September 2011 6:01 AM, PDT | The Scorecard Review | See recent Scorecard Review news »

A Good Old Fashioned Orgy

Directed by: Alex Gregory, Peter Huyck

Cast: Jason Sudeikis, Tyler Labine, Leslie Bibb, Nick Kroll, Lake Bell

Running Time: 1 hr 35 mins

Rating: R

Release Date: September 2, 2011

Plot: A group of friends who have known each other for years, decide to have one last bash. The theme they settle on … orgy.

Who’S It For? Yes, it pushes the boundaries with the orgy theme, but beyond that it’s reminiscent of Indian Summer or Wet Hot American Summer.

Expectations: Sudeikis can be charming enough, but I had a bad feeling this would be one of those indie films about an “orgy” without an orgy.

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Actors:

Jason Sudeikis as Eric: He’s the lead wolf. It helps that Eric’s dad (played by Don Johnson in a bit part) owns the perfect summer home. You know what? Sudeikis does feel like a leader here. It works. »

- Jeff Bayer

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[Review] A Good Old Fashioned Orgy

1 September 2011 6:14 AM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

R-rated comedies are rife with manchild coming-of-age tales full of crude humor and heart. TV writers Alex Gregory and Peter Huyck try their hand at this popular subgenre with their directorial debut A Good Old Fashioned Orgy, which features a promising ensemble that includes: Jason Sudeikis, Leslie Bibb, Lake Bell, Michelle Borth, Nick Kroll, Tyler Labine, Angela Sarafyan, Lindsay Sloane, Martin Starr, Lucy Punch and Will Forte. But despite their cheeky concept and charismatic cast, A Good Old Fashioned Orgy never quite manages to rise to the occasion.

Jason Sudeikis stars as Eric, a thirty-something New Yorker with an office job he only tolerates until he can run off to his father’s Hamptons beach house each weekend along with his old high school buddies. There they throw wild theme parties like “The White Trash Bash,” where they fervently reject maturity and the responsibilities therein. (Well – except for their soon-to-be »

- jpraup@gmail.com (thefilmstage.com)

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Blu Monday: Criterion and The Coen Brothers

28 August 2011 9:10 PM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

Your Weekly Source for the Newest Releases to Blu-Ray Tuesday, August 30th, 2011

The 5th Quarter: Special Edition (2010)

Synopsis: In February, 2006, young Luke Abbate accepted a ride home from a fellow student following his high-school team practice. In a severe case of irresponsible and reckless teen-age driving, and over the objections of Luke and the other young passengers, the driver lost control of the car at nearly 90 miles-per-hour, spinning off a narrow road and landing in an embankment some seventy feet below. Luke suffered irreparable brain damage, and died in the hospital two days later – just four days before his sixteenth birthday. (highdefdigest.com)

Special Features: Making-of Featurette.

Bereavement (2010)

Synopsis: The horrific account of 6 year old Martin Bristol, abducted from his backyard swing and forced to witness the brutal crimes of a deranged madman. (highdefdigest.com)

Special Features:

Commentary track with director/writer Stevan Mena Behind the scenes featurette Deleted »

- Travis Keune

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Beginners – review

25 July 2011 1:16 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Christopher Plummer is superb as the 75-year-old who belatedly reveals his true sexuality to his son

Six years ago the American music-video director and graphic designer Mike Mills assembled a gifted cast (including Tilda Swinton, Vince Vaughn and Keanu Reeves) to make his low-budget independent feature debut – a likable comedy called Thumbsucker set in Oregon. Its hero is Justin, a troubled teenager in the Holden Caulfield mould with difficult parents. His mother (Tilda Swinton) is a psychiatric nurse dreaming of an escape to romance in the big city, his father a supermarket manager who had hoped to be a professional footballer. The diffident lad is given medication for an attention deficit disorder that temporarily transforms him into a confident near genius.

It's an interesting, truthful little film, and Mills has now followed it up with an altogether remarkable picture set at the time he was making Thumbsucker, and with an »

- Philip French

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Terrence Malick: act of creation

1 July 2011 4:05 PM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Terrence Malick made two of the most admired films of the 1970s and the best American war movie ever. His latest work, The Tree of Life, is released next week.

How might the surviving American film-makers of the 1970s appear to someone born in the early 90s, a casual cinema-goer who consumes blockbusters at the local multiplex? Scorsese must seem the longwinded master of glossy action-thrillers, Polanski a maker of earnest European fare, Spielberg the purveyor of soured epic, and Coppola not even a name. Would such a person feel, as I once did, exhilarated about the latest Woody Allen? And Terrence Malick? If all you had to go on was The New World (2005) and his new film, The Tree of Life, would it be possible for you to understand the reverence that moviegoers feel for his work?

Badlands (1973), Days of Heaven (1978), and The Thin Red Line (1998) are masterpieces, but »

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Exclusive premiere and download: Canon Blue signs to Temporary Residence, releases new single

22 June 2011 3:13 PM, PDT | ifc.com | See recent IFC news »

(Download "Indian Summer (Des Moines)" here.)

When Nashville's Daniel James makes a record as Canon Blue, he doesn't hedge his bets: His 2007 debut, Colonies, was a collaboration with Grizzly Bear's Chris Taylor. An album a bit before what might have been its time, Colonies mixed elemental singer-songwriter fare with sweeping electronic textures. Last year, it might've helped score the summer of chillwave; four years ago, it was a tad overlooked.

So James returns with Rumspringa, his debut for Temporary Residence Limited and an album that might actually work as a soundtrack for this summer. Though made partly in Copenhagen with Danish orchestral pop ensemble Efterklang and partly in Iceland with Sigur Ros' string backbone Amiina, James' darting rhythms and daring melodies suggest Beirut and Sufjan Stevens writing dance music alongside the camp fires of a mid-summer, Midwest roadtrip (each of these songs is indeed named for a city »

- Grayson Currin

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'Springwatch' goes mad for Manic Street Preachers

20 June 2011 8:58 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Here at Digital Spy, we love the Manic Street Preachers, but perhaps not as much as Springwatch presenter Chris Packham - who smuggled in the name of a career-spanning setlist of Manics classics into the series gone by. (He's done the same in the past for The Smiths and The Cure). From massive hits ('A Design For Life') to rare 7" singles ('Feminine Is Beautiful'), number ones ('If You Tolerate This Your Children Will Be Next') to B-Sides ('Dead Trees & Traffic Islands'), thanks to Manic Street Mania for capturing and listing the whole lot! (In full: 'A Design For Life', 'So Why So Sad', 'Some Kind Of Nothingness', 'From Despair To Where', 'Die In The Summertime', 'Feminine Is Beautiful', 'Leviathan', 'Indian Summer', 'You Can't (more) »

- By Mayer Nissim

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There's no movie magic in 90s nostalgia | Danny Leigh

29 April 2011 9:00 AM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Next year sees the 20th anniversary of Reservoir Dogs. But while the 70s and 80s were golden years for cinema, what's the best we can say of the decade that followed?

You can't choose your family, so the cliche goes, and neither do you get a say in the era you come of age. For me, cinematically at least, the timing was cruelly double-edged. Yes, as an 80s adolescent I spent formative evenings gawping in front of Blue Velvet, Brazil and so on; but by the time I was old enough to make £4 an hour in one of Soho's few non-porno video shops and spend all my spare time in cinemas, the rather less magical 90s had rolled around.

And therein lies the rub. Because mulching the cinema of an entire decade down into a single impression is, of course, an insanely reductive business. But it's one almost all of »

- Danny Leigh

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There's no movie magic in 90s nostalgia | Danny Leigh

29 April 2011 9:00 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Next year sees the 20th anniversary of Reservoir Dogs. But while the 70s and 80s were golden years for cinema, what's the best we can say of the decade that followed?

You can't choose your family, so the cliche goes, and neither do you get a say in the era you come of age. For me, cinematically at least, the timing was cruelly double-edged. Yes, as an 80s adolescent I spent formative evenings gawping in front of Blue Velvet, Brazil and so on; but by the time I was old enough to make £4 an hour in one of Soho's few non-porno video shops and spend all my spare time in cinemas, the rather less magical 90s had rolled around.

And therein lies the rub. Because mulching the cinema of an entire decade down into a single impression is, of course, an insanely reductive business. But it's one almost all of »

- Danny Leigh

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A short history of Polish cinema

6 April 2011 6:41 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Polish film was an early frontrunner, before occupation forced wave after wave of talent abroad. Its fortitude is embodied by Andrzej Wajda – still going strong 50 years after his first feature

There aren't many traces on the internet of the early Polish pioneers: people such as Kazimierz Prószyński and Bolesław Matuszewski who were operating at the turn of the century, turning out silent short docos called things like Ślizgawka w Łazienkach (Skating-rink in the Royal Baths). (Prószyński was also a pioneering camera inventor, developing a model called a pleograph in 1894, and a handheld effort called an aeroscope in 1909.) Nor is there any link for Anton in Warsaw for the First Time, Poland's legendary first feature film, directed by and starring Antoni Fertner in 1908.

Fertner, though, went on to a respectable career as an actor in the interwar period – you can see him as an old man in Książątko (1937, above) and Gehenna »

- Andrew Pulver

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'Mad Men' Creator Signs Deal with AMC

1 April 2011 8:07 AM, PDT | Extra | See recent Extra news »

After some speculation on the fate of "Mad Men," AMC and Lionsgate announced Thursday the hit series will return for seasons five and six, with "Men" creator Matthew Weiner signing a long-term deal, which could extend into a seventh season.

"I want to thank all of our wonderful fans for their support." said Weiner in a statement. "I also want to thank AMC and Lionsgate for agreeing to support the artistic freedom of myself, the »

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'Mad Men' Creator Signs Deal with AMC

31 March 2011 8:07 PM, PDT | Extra | See recent Extra news »

After some speculation on the fate of "Mad Men," AMC and Lionsgate announced Thursday the hit series will return for seasons five and six, with "Men" creator Matthew Weiner signing a long-term deal, which could extend into a seventh season.

"I want to thank all of our wonderful fans for their support." said Weiner in a statement. "I also want to thank AMC and Lionsgate for agreeing to support the artistic freedom of myself, the »

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Christina Hendricks Responds to 'Mad Men' Delay

31 March 2011 12:02 PM, PDT | Extra | See recent Extra news »

"Extra" recently spoke with sexy "Mad Men" star Christina Hendricks and asked about the rumor the hit AMC show has been delayed because of budget disputes -- including the possibility that several characters may be axed from the show.

"I really hope that is not the case," Hendricks told "Extra" at the Vivienne Westwood store opening. Hendricks is the face of Westwood's newest venture, the "Get a Life" Palladium jewelry collection.

Season 5 has reportedly been delayed until 2012. Hendricks said, »

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Expect Delays for New 'Mad Men' Season

22 March 2011 3:12 PM, PDT | Extra | See recent Extra news »

Fans eager for more "Mad Men" this summer will be disappointed.

Lionsgate and "Men" creator Matthew Weiner are close to signing a new deal for the hit AMC show, according to the Hollywood Reporter, but it'll be too difficult to mount a fifth season by the summer, when the show about the 1950s advertising business has traditionally premiered.

In announcing a fifth season pickup for "Mad Men" at last January's Television Critics Association press tour, »

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