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Movie Review – Ex Machina (2015)

22 January 2015 6:18 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Ex Machina, 2015

Written and directed by Alex Garland

Starring Domhnall Gleeson, Oscar Isaac, Alicia Vikander, Sonoya Mizuno

Synopsis:

A young programmer is selected to participate in a breakthrough experiment in artificial intelligence by evaluating the human qualities of a breathtaking female A.I.

28 Days Later and Sunshine‘s Alex Garland moves from the writer’s desk to the director’s chair with his debut effort Ex Machina. Garland shows his ability to pen a believable science fiction tale, while still showing off directorial flair with a beautiful and claustrophobic style. Sadly though, outside of one or two moments, Ex Machina‘s whole isn’t as good as the sum of its parts. Like Ava herself, Ex Machina doesn’t feel complete.

Garland has made a smart play by taking on a small production for his first endeavour. Rather than hire a cast of a dozen characters with multiple locations, Ex Machina »

- Luke Owen

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Exclusive: Jude Law and his crew try to survive in this clip from Black Sea

20 January 2015 3:02 AM, PST | JoBlo.com | See recent JoBlo news »

Jude Law has turned into a very surprising actor. When he first hit the scene in films like A.I. and The Talented Mr. Ripley, it almost felt like Hollywood was forcing him to be an A-lister. Fast forward to now and Law has not headlined a major film in a while. Yeah, he has been a supporting player in several Steven Soderbergh films and the Sherlock Holmes franchise, but as a leading man he has found a comfortable home in smaller productions like Dom Hemingway and the upcoming Black Sea. »

- Alex Maidy

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That Time Steven Spielberg Turned Down Harry Potter For Another Movie

14 January 2015 6:48 PM, PST | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

Imagine if Steven Spielberg had directed Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone? It could have happened, as Spielberg was offered the job, but he turned it down, deciding to take his career in "another direction." That direction, as it happened, was Minority Report and A.I. Artificial Intelligence. As you may or may not remember, it was around this time, fifteen years ago, that Spielberg's name was linked to the anticipated Philosophers/Sorcerer's Stone adaptation. This was back when J.K. Rowling's now-beloved magical series was only just starting to generate real buzz stateside. Take a look at this recently resurfaced news clipping, which announces that Steven Spielberg would not be directing Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone... We have the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences and Oscars.org to thank for showcasing this 15-year-old clipping. It's included in the new Harry Potter Highlights page, which was recently »

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'McFarland, USA' will close out 30th annual Santa Barbara Film Festival

8 January 2015 9:32 AM, PST | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

A self-acknowledged "showcase for Academy Award frontrunners," the Santa Barbara International Film Festival is often overlooked for the actual films that earn it festival status. An amalgamation of international discoveries and ’merica’s circuit highlights, the Sbiff curates a week of best-of-the-best to pair with their star-praising. The 2015 edition offers another expansive selection, bookended by two films that aren’t on any radars just yet. Sbiff will open with "Desert Dancer," producer Richard Raymond’s directorial debut. Starring Reece Ritchie and Frieda Pinto, the drama follows a group of friends who wave off the harsh political climate of Iran’s 2009 presidential election in favor of forming a dance team, picking up moves from Michael Jackson, Gene Kelly and Rudolf Nureyev thanks to the magic of YouTube. The festival will close with "McFarland, USA," starring  Kevin Costner and Maria Bello. Telling the 1987 true story of a Latino high school’s underdog cross-country team, »

- Matt Patches

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Texas Film Awards Go to Tommy Lee Jones, Guillermo Del Toro, L.M. Kit Carson and More

7 January 2015 8:54 AM, PST | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

On Thursday, March 12th—the eve of the 2015 SXSW Film Festival—at Austin Studios, Texas Film Awards will go to these five Texans: Oscar winner Tommy Lee Jones, who in 2014 directed and starred in the overlooked, deconstructed Western "The Homesman," starring Best Actress hopeful Hilary Swank as a spinster frontierswoman and Jones as the claim-jumper who helps her escort three mentally insane women across the country. Producer Bonnie Curtis who got her start in the film business in 1990 as Steven Spielberg’s assistant before producing "Saving Private Ryan," "A.I. Artificial Intelligence," "Minority Report" and more years later. Her latest production, Rodrigo Garcia's "Last Days in the Desert," premieres at Sundance this month. Director Guillermo Del Toro, whose gothic horror "Crimson Peak" hits theaters this October and stars Jessica Chastain, Tom Hiddleston and Mia Wasikowska. He also co-created and co-exec »

- Ryan Lattanzio

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Aphex Twin Says Chris Cunningham Made A Zombie Movie But Decided Not To Release It, May Collaborate With Him Again

5 January 2015 2:08 PM, PST | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

For a certain music fan, the '90s are defined by the collaborations between knob twiddler Aphex Twin and director Chris Cunningham. The pair delivered two of the most iconic videos of the decade with "Come to Daddy" and "Windowlicker," while Cunningham also directed the beautiful video for Bjork's "All Is Full Of Love" (which reportedly features some of the work he did for Stanley Kubrick on "A.I.: Artificial Intelligence" during his brief association with the project, and obviously before Steven Spielberg became involved). But where has Cunningham been lately? He's been doing commercials and music videos here and there, while also being loosely affiliated with various big screen projects that never seem to pan out. But it seems he has one in the can...he's just not going to release it. In a feature for Groove, the electronic artist took questions from other musicians, and Gernot Bronsert of Moderat asked, »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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