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7 items from 2009


Lupe Fiasco Rhymes Over Radiohead on New Mixtape

7 December 2009 9:00 AM, PST | Pastemagazine.com | See recent PasteMagazine news »

“Your attention please, your attention—I need it, so i can sit you in a position from which I see it.” So begins Chicago Mc Lupe Fiasco’s new mixtape, somewhat confusingly titled Enemy of the State. The 22-minute set, released for free download recently via 2dopeboyz, features a typically hungry Fiasco spitting his philosophizing rhymes like a seasoned veteran—the same wise-beyond-his-experience temperament he carried through his excellent debut Food & Liquor and modern-day classic follow-up The Cool. »

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How To Cinematically Fall Off the Grid

29 November 2009 8:06 PM, PST | FilmSchoolRejects.com | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

On August 15th, 2009, Evan Ratliff, a freelance writer for Wired magazine went missing. On purpose. He wanted to see if one could disappear into the ether in an age where we are surveilled, swiped, and social security numbered to death. Where our IPs are tracked and we willingly give information about our lives through social networking. In a recent issue of the magazine, Ratliff recounted his attempt to change identities alongside the mad pack of tech savvies who were trying to find him (and earn a bounty of $5,000). It's in that spirit that I wanted to see what we could learn from films about the subject of leaving your life behind and creating a new identity. 1. Double Back The Film: Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade The Lesson: One of the first things Ratliff does is allow a toll checkpoint to register his ID tag before tossing it out the window, doubling »

- Dr. Cole Abaius

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The Sunday Movie Quotes Quiz – The Answers

9 November 2009 9:38 AM, PST | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

Hope you all enjoyed the movie quote quiz. If you missed it, check it out here before you look down at the answers. Any feedback would be useful, too easy or too hard etc…

Here are the answers below, alongside the original quotes. Come back next Sunday for another quiz

1. A plan is just a list of things that don’t happen. – Way of the Gun

2. An ice-cream truck, an ice-cream truck. You know, they’ve got to get there before it melts. – The Cannonball Run

3. Rob…Rob…Rob…Rob… – Cloverfield

4. It’s fried rice, you plick – Lethal Weapon 4

5. I’m Toby N Tucker, that’s TNT, and when i go off, somebody gets hurt. – U-Turn

6. You were supposed to serve six warrants, instead you went out and you went on a rampage. – Young Guns

7. You kidnapped me with a candy bar? – The Chase

8. Please don’t shoot at the thermo-nuclear weapons! »

- Barry Steele

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Laxmi has her sights on Bollywood

1 November 2009 9:00 AM, PST | Bollyspice | See recent Bollyspice news »

Top Southern actress Laxmi (Lakshmi Rai) has been offered a part in Bollywood’s Heyy Gujju with Himesh Reshammiya in a double role - but because of the usual contractual obligations is so far unable to say much. “I’ve moved to Mumbai and am getting ready to do the film,” she confirms, “I’ve been asked to lose nine kilos for the role.”

Laxmi is popular throughout the South, particularly in Kollywood and Mollywood - but doesn’t she find shuttling between the different climatic, cultural and language zones hard work? “Oh yes! It’s very difficult to adjust to diverse climates and food,” she says, “The last two months have been quite hectic. Mastering the languages is another tough task, but am hoping I will be able to overcome that handicap soon.”

Laxmi, perhaps best known for her role in Kangana Ranaut’s excellent Dhaam Dhoom, has had »

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Tony Scott + Chippendales Means a Different Kind of Action

29 October 2009 7:55 AM, PDT | firstshowing.net | See recent FirstShowing.net news »

That's right, Variety reports Tony Scott, the man responsible for such adrenaline fueled action flicks as Deja Vu and Enemy of the State, is gearing up to bring some sex to the silver screen in the form of a biopic about the rise and fall of Chippendales club creator Steve Banerjee. The Scott Free banner will produce the Lisa Schraeger written script (she also wrote another sex driven bipoic chronicling the Heidi Fleiss story Pay the Girl for Nicole Kidman) which is being adapted from some sort of manuscript written by Rodney Sheldon. No cast have been announced, but with all the shirtless guys in Hollywood it can't be that difficult. The story of Banerjee has plenty of interesting ups and downs. After working at a Mobil gas station and a failed backgammon club (seriously?), Banerjee bought a Los Angeles club named Destiny II and turned it into a nightclub »

- Ethan Anderton

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What are Your Guilty Pleasure Movies, but Don't Like to Admit It?

14 October 2009 12:38 PM, PDT | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

I thought the response to my "Do You Ever Lie about the Movies You've Seen? " post was excellent, and on top of everything so many of you said, several new questions came as a result. One of them, offered by 'Steve Mott', asks the question in the headline: Do you have guilty pleasures you don't like to admit to?

Steve lists his guilty pleasure as 10 Things I Hate About You, a film I personally love and was just discussing recently with a friend when the topic of "Where the hell did Julia Stiles go?" came up. To that effect I also love Save the Last Dance and to answer the Stiles question before someone gets smart in the comments, yes, she has the Bourne films and wrote and directed a film starring Zooey Deschanel and has also been doing plenty of work on stage. Moving along...

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- Brad Brevet

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Exclusive: State of Play Poster

29 January 2009 1:19 AM, PST | EmpireOnline | See recent EmpireOnline news »

Courtesy of Universal, here's an exclusive first glimpse of the State Of Play poster, soon to be adorning a bus stop near you. In keeping with any self-respecting conspiracy thriller, there's a moody, noirish feel to it and plenty of meaningful staring.  Presumably the shady character in the corner will take care of the running around and shooting part.For those who didn't catch the acclaimed BBC miniseries on which it's based, State Of Play features journalist Cal McAffrey (Russell Crowe), whose investigation into the suspicious death of a prominent politician's mistress plunges him and his editor (Helen Mirren) into a world of corruption. We're hoping for a combination of the taut plotting of All The President's Men and The Parallax View, the freewheeling thrills of Enemy Of The State, and the double-dealing and sinister scheming of Empire on press day. Is that too much to ask? Will State Of Play »

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