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Watch 280 movies sing Uptown Funk by Bruno Mars

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We’ve seen a few of these before, but there’s something really awesome about this one. A Youtuber has complied together clips from 280 movies and cut them together to sing Uptown Funk by Bruno Mars. This has perhaps the best use of Christopher Walken in Pulp Fiction in any song, ever. There’s also some great uses of Napeleon Dynamite dancing and Marty McFly playing guitar in Back to the Future. Sadly, they decided to use that guitar solo rather than the one from Howard The Duck

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- Luke Owen

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Blu-ray Review – Killing Zoe (1993)

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Killing Zoe, 1993.

Directed by Roger Avary.

Starring Eric Stoltz, Julie Delpy, Jean-Hugues Anglade, Gary Kemp, Tai Thai, Bruce Ramsay and Ron Jeremy.

Synopsis:

A safecracker arrives in Paris to help a friend with a bank heist but things spiral out of control very quickly.

The Pov camera driving through the streets of Paris, the pulsing techno beat ascending in the background and the name ‘Quentin Tarantino’ plastered across the screen in big letters – yes people, we are back in the early-mid ‘90s. However, Tarantino’s name is under the title of Executive Producer as Killing Zoe was written and directed by Roger Avary, who co-wrote Pulp Fiction with him.

In a role written specifically for him, Eric Stoltz (Pulp Fiction/The Fly II) plays Zed, an American safecracker in Paris on the request of his old friend Eric (Jean-Hugues AngladeBetty Blue). After an encounter in his hotel room with »

- Gary Collinson

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10 Excruciatingly Bad Films You Should Die Before You See

28 July 2015 11:40 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

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From Citizen Kane to Pulp Fiction, the mainstays of the AFI’s Top 100 lists continue to dazzle us with their flawless casts, immaculate scripts and flamboyant direction. But enough with the critical adoration already.

Far more interesting, at least from the perspective of those of us who enjoy a good train wreck, is IMDb’s bottom 100, which is at least voted for by actual moviegoers. Unlike the AFI list, whose #1 changes once every fifty years or so, the bottom 100 is an ever-changing line-up with a common theme: every film is among the most tiresome pictures you’re ever likely to sit through.

It’s the natural home for all those backyard monster movies, bungled comedies and asinine kiddie flicks that stream for free on Amazon or Netflix, the Doa duds that were disowned by those who made them and will end up being parodied by Rifftrax.

The list reflects trends and release schedules, »

- Ian Watson

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Fantasia 2015 Review: She Who Must Burn Scorches The Hubris of Human Behavior

27 July 2015 2:00 PM, PDT | Twitch | See recent Twitch news »

The miracle of She Who Must Burn, a film perhaps most efficiently described as Red State for grown-ups, is that it offers three well worn elements - scripture quoting after committing an abhorrent act of violence (and the Ezekiel quote from Pulp Fiction, no less), the phrase "a storm is coming" and ironic use of religious hymns - in its opening minutes. And yet it manages to mine all of them for powerful new ideological and emotional spaces. It is daring to offer a promise of an ending directly in the title, but like the Paul Greengrass directed account of flight United 93, squaring an inevitability of events with the audience early on, allows the viewer to focus on what is at the heart (and...

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Mister Fincher and Monsieur Dreyer

27 July 2015 4:44 AM, PDT | MUBI | See recent MUBI news »

"The enjoyment of a work of art, the acceptance of an irresistible illusion, constituting, to my sense, our highest experience of "luxury," the luxury is not greatest, by my consequent measure, when the work asks for as little attention as possible. It is greatest, it is delightfully, divinely great, when we feel the surface, like the thick ice of the skater's pond, bear without cracking the strongest pressure we throw on it. The sound of the crack one may recognise, but never surely to call it a luxury." —Henry James, from The Preface to The Wings of the Dove (1909) "[The critic’s] choice of best salami is a picture backed by studio build-up, agreement amongst his colleagues, a layout in Life mag (which makes it officially reasonable for an American award), and a list of ingredients that anyone’s unsophisticated aunt in Oakland can spot as comprising a distinguished film. This prize picture, »

- Greg Gerke

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The Actors Who Could Have Starred In Films, But Didn’t

26 July 2015 3:36 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Star Wars famously takes place a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, and this week we found out about a parallel universe of casting in the film series. Neil Calloway looks at the actors who didn’t star in films, but could have…

The news that Michael Jackson wanted to play Jar Jar Binks in the Star Wars prequels is bizarre, and I can’t quite decide whether he would have improved the character or completely ruined the franchise with his appearance. Perhaps the most interesting part is that Jackson wanted the character to be created with make up and prosthetics – he worked with make up genius Rick Baker on the video for Thriller – rather than the CGI preferred by Lucas. There are many, many issues with the Star Wars prequels, but one of them is the over reliance on computer effects on practical effects. So maybe »

- Neil Calloway

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“Hath No Fury Like a Woman Scorned”: Top 10 Damaged Divas in the Movies

25 July 2015 1:37 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Sure, we have all seen our share of an “Unstable Mabel” in cinema throughout the years. Some, more than others, do stand out in craziness, chaos and curiosity. These furious females in film–at least the ones that we will spotlight in this particular movie column–have something to their off-kilter filter that dares to dig deep on so many psychological levels of frivolity and fury.

In Hath No Fury Like a Woman Scorned: Top 10 Damaged Divas in the Movies we will examine some of the warped women on the big screen that have a sense of demented diva-like dimensions to their cockeyed characterizations. These mistresses of misbehaving all demonstrate various kinds of detachment and dysfunction that capture our puzzling imaginations. Are there perhaps even stronger and more memorable bombastic she-beasts that have a certain score to settle against their detractors or society as a whole? Of course. However, the »

- Frank Ochieng

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BBC Culture curates 100 best American films, courtesy of 62 international film critics

22 July 2015 5:01 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

BBC Culture has this week unveiled a new list of the top 100 American films, as voted for by a pool of international film critics from across the globe. The format of the poll was that any film that would make the list had to have recieved funding from a Us source, and the directors of the films did not need to be from the USA, nor did the films voted for need to be filmed in the Us.

Critics were asked to submit their top 10 lists, which would try to find the top 100 American films that while “not necessarily the most important, but the greatest on an emotional level”. The list, as you may have guessed, is very different to the lists curated by say the BFI or AFI over the years, so there are certainly a few surprises on here, with Steve McQueen’s 12 Years A Slave (2013), Terrence Malick »

- Scott J. Davis

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Scratching our heads at the BBC's top 100 American Movies of All-Time

21 July 2015 5:07 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

First off, let's make one thing clear.  We're not scratching our heads at Spike Lee's "Do The Right Thing" making the BBC's 100 greatest American films.  That movie, of which an image accompanies this post, not only made the list, but ranked appropriately at no. 25.  It's the rest of the selections that have us scratching and, yes, shaking our heads in disbelief. A wonderful page view driver, these sorts of lists make great fodder for passionate movie fans no matter what their age or part of the world they hail from.  There is nothing more entertaining than watching two critics from opposite ends of the globe try to debate whether "The Dark Knight" should have been nominated for best picture or make a list like this.  Even in this age of short form content where Vines, Shapchats and Instagram videos have captured viewers attention, movies will continue to inspire because »

- Gregory Ellwood

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'Citizen Kane' Tops BBC's List of "100 Greatest American Films", Where Does Your Favorite Landc

21 July 2015 11:46 AM, PDT | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

Leave it to the Brits to compile a list of the best American films of all-time. BBC Culture has published a list of what it calls "The 100 Greatest American Films", as selected by 62 international film critics in order to "get a global perspective on American film." As BBC Culture notes, the critics polled represent a combination of broadcasters, book authors and reviewers at various newspapers and magazines across the world. As for what makes an American filmc "Any movie that received funding from a U.S. source," BBC Culture's publication states, which is to say the terminology was quite loose, but the list contains a majority of the staples you'd expect to see. Citizen Kane -- what elsec -- comes in at #1, and in typical fashion The Godfather follows at #2. Vertigo, which in 2012 topped Sight & Sound's list of the greatest films of all-time, comes in at #3 on BBC Culture's list. »

- Jordan Benesh

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BBC Names 100 Greatest U.S. Films

21 July 2015 9:56 AM, PDT | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

Every now and then a major publication or news organisation comes up with a top fifty or one hundred films of all time list - a list which always stirs up debate, discussion and often interesting arguments about the justifications of the list's inclusions, ordering and notable exclusions.

Today it's the turn of BBC Culture who consulted sixty-two international film critics including print reviews, bloggers, broadcasters and film academics to come up with what they consider the one-hundred greatest American films of all time. To qualify, the film had to be made by a U.S. studio or mostly funded by American money.

Usually when a list of this type is done it is by institutes or publications within the United States asking American critics their favourites. This time it's non-American critics born outside the culture what they think are the best representations of that culture. Specifically they were asked »

- Garth Franklin

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From Clueless to Pulp Fiction, 10 of the best and worst dates on film

21 July 2015 6:00 AM, PDT | Cineplex | See recent Cineplex news »

Seeing a movie is usually a pretty safe bet for a first date. But what about the people in the movie that are going on dates themselves? They’re either having the best date of their lives or the worst, so your own date will almost definitely lie somewhere in the middle.

We’ve compiled some of the best and worst movie dates in honour of the release of TrainwreckJudd Apatow’s latest stars Amy Schumer as a woman afraid of commitment until Bill Hader proves he might just be the one. Trainwreck also stars LeBron JamesTilda Swinton, and Brie Larson.

Catch Trainwreck in Cineplex theatres on July 17th, and see if your favourite movie date made it onto our list!

 

Good: Before Sunrise (1995)

Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy partake in a feature-length first date in Richard Linklater’s Before Sunrise. The two twenty-somethings, Jesse (Hawke) and Céline »

- Sasha James and Amanda Wood

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Investors Explore Sale Of Miramax For As Much As $1B: Report

17 July 2015 5:10 PM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

The investor group that controls Miramax is looking to put the company up for sale, Bloomberg reports. A source confirmed to Deadline that Miramax has been talking with banks about a sale but said discussions are only preliminary. Miramax’s 700-odd movie library includes Oscar winners Shakespeare in Love, The English Patient, Pulp Fiction and other distinctive titles that might fetch as much as $1 billion, sources told the news service. The $1 billion price tag may be… »

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Investors Explore Sale Of Miramax For As Much As $1B: Report

17 July 2015 5:10 PM, PDT | Deadline | See recent Deadline news »

The investor group that controls Miramax is looking to put the company up for sale, Bloomberg reports. A source confirmed to Deadline that Miramax has been talking with banks about a sale but said discussions are only preliminary. Miramax’s 700-odd movie library includes Oscar winners Shakespeare in Love, The English Patient, Pulp Fiction and other distinctive titles that might fetch as much as $1 billion, sources told the news service. The $1 billion price tag may be… »

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12 Of The Most Iconic Movie Posters of All

17 July 2015 10:14 AM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Hundreds of movies are released every year, and for every movie that’s released, there’s a movie poster to go along with it.

While these movie posters typically do a great job of advertising the film for a few weeks prior to release, very few of them end up being remembered for more than a few seconds, let alone months or years.

But, there are some movie posters that stand the test of time, and over the years, have become iconic works of art in their own right. We’re talking about films like Jaws, Titanic, and the many others featured below which you can purchase at any time at great sites like fastprint.

#1 – Trainspotting

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Trainspotting is a dark, twisted British movie released in 1996, directed by Danny Boyle and starring Ewan McGregor.

It’s become one of the most iconic films of all time over the years, and »

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Gigi Hadid Licks "Daddy"-T-Shirt-Clad Joe Jonas in Racy Instagram — See the Playful Snap

17 July 2015 7:00 AM, PDT | Us Weekly | See recent Us Weekly news »

Definitely not her Dad. Gigi Hadid and Joe Jonas aren’t afraid of a little Pda. The model and former Jonas Brother bandmate noshed on burgers and hit up the dance floor on Thursday night — but not until after they got extra cozy while posing for photos. “Call me…” Jonas, 25, clad in a white T-shirt with "Daddy" written on it, captioned an Instagram on July 16 of Hadid, 20, licking his neck from behind. The duo attended a Pulp Fiction-themed private dinner presented by Wine ’N Dine [...] »

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Ray Donovan: a modern TV noir with a compelling central character

15 July 2015 2:19 AM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Ian McShane and Katie Holmes will join a stellar cast including Liev Shrieber and Jon Voight for season three of this often-overlooked family/crime drama

Take the sons of an ageing lowlife Boston hood and transport them to Hollywood. The premise is like Entourage reimagined by Dennis Lehane. But since 2013, Showtime’s Ray Donovan has quietly built a reputation as a powerful family/crime drama. The criminal turned Hollywood fixer Ray (Liev Schreiber) is our focus as he mops up the messes of his Hollywood clients while dealing with the far more combustible conflicts in his shipwreck of a family. The show started on Showtime in the Us on Sunday and returns to Sky Atlantic tonight, bringing with it some of the strongest character acting around.

Tony Soprano once wondered whatever happened to Gary Cooper – the strong silent type handling his business, repressing his feelings like a real American before »

- James Donaghy

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Early 2016 Oscar Predictions: First Look at Best Supporting Actress

14 July 2015 10:37 AM, PDT | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

One of the more difficult aspects of making Oscar predictions so early is not only the fact these are primarily all shots in the dark, but there's also a lack of imagery available as the studios haven't even scratched the surface when it comes to promotional efforts for several of these films. As such, I don't even have official, quality imagery for two of my top five contenders in the Best Supporting Actress race. This year, however, does feature a strong field of actresses, making it very tough to nail down any kind of top five I feel overly confident will secure a nomination, though there are a couple I feel have a pretty good shot. Starting at the top, right out of the gates I'm predicting a Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress win for Todd Haynes' Carol. The film stars Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara and while »

- Brad Brevet

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Frank Whaley Signs With Gersh As Writer-Director

13 July 2015 4:56 PM, PDT | Deadline | See recent Deadline news »

Frank Whaley has signed with Gersh as a writer and director. His latest feature film Like Sunday, Like Rain, which starred Leighton Meester, Billie Joe Armstrong and Debra Messing, was released in March. Also an actor (Pulp Fiction, Swimming With Sharks, Ray Donovan), Whaley has written and directed four feature films. His first, Joe The King, won the Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award at the 1999 Sundance Film Festival. He also wrote and directed The Jimmy Show (2002) and New… »

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Uma Thurman Returns to CAA (Exclusive)

13 July 2015 4:08 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Uma Thurman has returned to CAA, The Hollywood Reporter has exclusively learned. She had been without an agent for the past year. Thurman had been represented by CAA for most of her career, including during her Oscar-nominated breakout turn in Pulp Fiction and her iconic role in Kill Bill: Vols. 1 and 2. After leaving the agency in 2011, she signed with Wme the following year and then with UTA in 2013. The actress, who most recently appeared in the NBC miniseries The Slap, will be seen this October in The Weinstein Co. comedy Adam Jones (previously titled Chef), starring

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- Rebecca Sun

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