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Documentaries to "Exit" 2010 With and More New DVDs

11 December 2010 4:23 PM, PST | | See recent IFC news »

A look at what's new on DVD today:

"Gasland" (2010)

Directed by Josh Fox

Released by New Video Group

"Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work"

Directed by Ricki Stern and Annie Sundberg

Released by Mpi Home Video

"Exit Through the Gift Shop" (2010)

Directed by Banksy

Released by Oscilloscope Laboratories

If you haven't caught up on the year's best documentaries in time to fill out your top 10 list, three of them will be hitting DVD shelves this week, beginning with Josh Fox's Sundance award-winning "Gasland," an exploration of the "hydraulic fracturing" going on in own backyard, a type of drilling that has spread to 34 states in the U.S. and has left a host of reservoirs of toxic waste and frequent gas explosions along the way. For something less serious, but equally compelling, there is also Ricki Stern and Annie Sundberg's "Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work," which follows the »

- Stephen Saito

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Bright Lights 69, Wenders @ 65, More

14 August 2010 5:50 AM, PDT | MUBI | See recent MUBI news »

Editor Gary Morris, freshly relocated to San Francisco, introduces the new issue of Bright Lights Film Journal and these are just a few of the highlights that leap out to my eye: Alan Vanneman "contributes another fine entry in his epic trek through the work of Fred Astaire, this one on Minnelli's The Band Wagon.... Lesley Chow finds fascinating perversity in the pianist motif in films like Preminger's Angel Face and of course Haneke's The Piano Teacher. Jacob Mikanowski has three articles this time: an ambitious discussion of five experimental films and reviews of the Hitchcock curio Double Take and the woefully underrated King Vidor-Bette Davis masterpiece Beyond the Forest.... New contributor Jonathan Simmons explains why Zizek's reading of The Birds is full of shit.... André Bazin makes another Bl appearance courtesy of Bert Cardullo's translation of everybody's favorite critic's review of De Sica's Umberto D. Frank Tashlin, »

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This week's new DVD & Blu-ray releases

25 June 2010 4:06 PM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

The Lovely Bones

DVD & Blu-Ray, Paramount

It shouldn't matter if a film adaptation of a book fails to follow its source material to the letter – providing, of course, that it delivers a strong enough tale. Even if you haven't read Alice Sebold's novel, with its longer timescale and darker details, it's hard not to feel some important elements are skimmed over or even omitted in Peter Jackson's film version. It's narrated by a murdered young girl, Susie Salmon (Saoirse Ronan), as she flits between limbo and the real world, helplessly watching her grieving family and her uncaught killer, George Harvey (a terrifyingly mundane Stanley Tucci), who is now targeting her sister. Perhaps for reasons of taste, the murder is not dwelt upon but this diminishes the impact of what follows; it even seems Susie is better off dead in her fantasy afterlife and that can't be right, can it? »

- Phelim O'Neill

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Robert Pattinson’s Top 30 Hottest Outfits Ever

22 June 2010 1:45 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

Robert Pattinson (photos) swooners rejoice! Not only does Remember Me hit the DVD racks today and Eclipse hit theaters next week, but we’ve also gathered 30 of RPattz’s sexiest looks into one easily digestible post. Though we’re sure he’d never consider himself a “fashionisto,” somehow he rocks “sloppily thrown together” like no other man in Hollywood. Whether he’s spruced up in a tux for the Oscars, donning a slim-fitted suit for a premiere, or dressed down in plaid and Adidas for the airport, Rob always gets the ladies in a tizzy. Here’s why (bibs for droolage required): 1. Shiny New Penny 2. Blazin’ Blue 3. Plaid Punk 4. Capped and Classy 5. Wild Abandon 6. Ahoy, Patty! 7. Cable Knit Cutie 8. Trés Chic 9. Street Casual 10. Two Thumbs Up 11. Gorg In Gray 12. A Solid Investment 13. Nom Nom Navy 14. RPatriotic 15. Lovely in Linen 16. Midnight Delight 17. Boozin’ in Brown 18. Blacked Out 19. Hottie in a »

- Lauren Deiman

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Middle Men Trailer

21 June 2010 11:06 AM, PDT | FilmJunk | See recent FilmJunk news »

With Hollywood in their current “we love the '80s” mode, any film to come out that takes place in the '90s is a welcome sight in my eyes. Just off the top of my head, the last film that I remember seeing to take place in the '90s was Jonathan Levine's The Wackness. Whether you liked or disliked seeing Sir Gandhi Kingsley smoke weed and listen to east coast rap classics is beside the point. The point is there is an entire decade of potentially great stories just waiting to be tapped into. With that being said, the folks over at Trailer Addict [1] have just put up a new trailer for Middle Men. From what I gather of the preview, the film is a biopic on the men responsible for the birth of internet porn in the '90s, and God bless them. The film is »

- Adam

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Arthouse Audit: 'Raajneeti' Continues Bollywood Blitz

7 June 2010 4:19 PM, PDT | Box Office Mojo | See recent news »

Following My Name is Khan and Kites, Raajneeti became the third Bollywood movie this year to lead all limited releases in its first weekend. Arthouse mainstays The Secret in Their Eyes, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and City Island continued to find audiences, while a handful of new movies had relatively insignificant openings. Raajneeti grossed $850,244 at 124 locations, which was good for first among limited releases and 11th place on the overall weekend chart. While its opening fell short of other 2010 Bollywood movies My Name is Khan, Kites and Housefull, it was solid in its own right. These movies do tend to be extremely front-loaded, though, so look for a steep fall from Raajneeti next weekend. The Secret in Their Eyes fared best among limited holdovers, down 13 percent to $397,705. Through its eighth weekend, the Best Foreign Language Oscar winner has grossed just under $4 million. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo also held well, »

- Ray Subers <>

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Britain's Got Talent - liveblog

17 April 2010 1:33 PM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Join me live for the first installment of this year's Britain's Got Talent. Will Simon Cowell, Piers Morgan and Amanda Holden unearth the new Susan Boyle? And could we bear it if they did?

Pre-show preamble....

See what joys spring brings: sunshine, green shoots and, Britain's Got Talent. Cross people will already be preparing to fill the comments section with reasons why they are far too superior to ever watch a Saturday night ITV talent show. We however - along with many other mere mortals - enjoy a bit of Bgt fun on a weekend evening. Which is why we thought a liveblog-shaped treat would be just the thing to kick off the auditions process.

So I'll be here from 8pm tonight to marvel at the talent on offer, and wonder at how bonkers Britain appears to be. If you've turned up early, you might like to get your Britain's Got Talent »

- Heidi Stephens

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Titans and dragons fuel 3D bonanza at UK box office

7 April 2010 2:31 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Clash of the Titans and How to Train Your Dragon's kick-ass box office contributed to a huge cash windfall for UK cinemas over the Easter weekend, resulting in a 112% rise over the equivalent period in 2009

The Easter bonanza

Posting the second-best weekend for box office in the past 12 months, the 2-4 April period proved a huge cash windfall for UK cinemas, with film fans flocking to the plexes over Easter. Once again, families proved a potent market, with Clash of the Titans appealing to older kids, and How to Train Your Dragon and Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang mopping up younger ones. Older teens and twentysomethings looking to escape their families could choose between Clash of the Titans and Kick-Ass.

The figures in our top 10 below do not include takings on bank holiday Monday, but if those are added in, the top three titles – all new releases – contributed »

- Charles Gant

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Films out this week

26 March 2010 5:08 PM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Lourdes (U)

(Jessica Hausner, 2009, Aus/Fra/Ger) Sylvie Testud, Léa Seydoux, Elina Löwensohn. 99 mins

Handsomely photographed and coolly observant, this excursion to the French pilgrimage town manages to be both a penetrating study of the spiritual tourism racket and a genuine mystical inquiry. Testud is our central pilgrim, paralysed from the neck down and, like many others, in search of a miracle. But unlike those others, she gets one. Or does she? We're given much to think about.

No One Knows About Persian Cats (12A)

(Bahman Ghobadi, 2009, Iran) Negar Shaghaghi, Ashkan Khoshanejad. 107 mins

A suitably guerrilla-style tour of Iran's underground (often literally) music scene – a place where even gentle indie rock is considered seditious. Mostly factual and shot illegally, it's eye (and ear)-opening stuff.

The Blind Side (12A)

(John Lee Hancock, 2009, Us) Sandra Bullock, Quinton Aaron. 128 mins

Bullock might have got her Oscar but that doesn't make it any »

- Steve Rose

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