Murder by Numbers (2002)
Friday brings us the release of The Fate of the Furious, the eighth film in The Fast & The Furious series. Thus, there could be no better time to look back and rank the previous works of one of the films most notable craftsmen, a man whose name is legendary. I speak of course of First Assistant Director Frank Capra III.
Capra III is the grandson of director Frank Capra, a Hollywood legend whose work includes It Happened One Night, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, and It’s a Wonderful Life. How did that pedigree fare two generations removed? This exhaustive look at Mr. Capra III’s 1st Ad career will tell the tale.
While the film’s director often gets the lion’s share of the credit, the First Ad is one of the most critical positions on set. In
Here’s a brief look at our favorite TV and film milestones of 2017:
Jan. 25, 2002: A Walk to Remember (15 Years)
While fans are crying over Mandy Moore’s Golden Globe-nominated performance on NBC’s hit new series This Is Us, it was just 15 years ago that they cried over her performance in the weepy adaptation of Nicholas Sparks’ book about a girl with cancer who falls in love with a rebellious classmate.
Let’s not also forget that 2002 gave us Naomie Harris in 28 Days Later, Barbershop, Ryan Gosling in Murder by Numbers, My Big Fat Greek Wedding, [link
Agnes Bruckner currently
Across Europe, Movistar+ picked up the series in Spain, and Mtg acquired the show for Viaplay in Sweden, Norway and Denmark. Other territories include Finland (Nelonen), Belgium (Telenet), Turkey (D-Smart), as well as Axn in Central and Eastern Europe.
Osn picked up the series for the Middle East, Mnet will show it across Africa, and Sky bought the drama in New Zealand. Across Asia, buyers include pan-regional subscription VOD platform Hooq covering the Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia and India; as well as Viacom’s Colors Infinity in India.
“‘Mad Dogs’ has been a huge hit in the U.K. and there is clearly an equally high appetite for the U.S. series,” said Keith LeGoy, president,
Here's a complete list of the movies that Netflix is pulling from your streaming list. And, just so you're not left empty-handed, here's a list of what's new on Netflix in April 2015. (All titles and dates provided by Netflix and subject to change.)
Leaving April 1
"28 Hotel Rooms" (2012)
"Astonishing X-Men: Dangerous"
"Astonishing X-Men: Torn"
"Astonishing X-Men: Unstoppable"
"Baby Genius: A Trip to The San Diego Zoo"
"Baby Genius: Animal Adventures"
"Chalet Girl" (2011)
"Color Splash Collection: Collection 1"
"Friday The 13th" (1980)
"Friday The 13th: Part 2" (1981)
"Friday The 13th: Part 3" (1982)
"Friday The 13th
Co-starring Jeanne Balibar and Geraldine Pailhas, “Portrait” has just been selected for next month’s 65th Berlin Fest Forum section. It also screens Saturday
An auteur genre movie – Reel Suspects major speciality as a sales agent – “Portrait” turns on a renowned filmmaker who becomes obsessed by imagery of monstrosity, which he determines, will be central to his next film. Scouring for the perfect painting to illustrate his movie, he hires an art historian, plumbs the oeuvres of Bacon, Leon Spilliaert, Caravaggio, Theodore Chasseriau, Hans Bellmer and many others. But as the idea of “the monstrous” starts to take shape in is mind,
Pic enters on a young scientist whose work investigates the human eye. His research leads him to the discovery of surprising links between the human physiognomy and psyche, with implications bordering on the mystical.
The film garnered a great deal of attention at this year’s Sundance film festival, where it won the Alfred P. Sloan prize for films focusing on science, and was picked up by Fox Searchlight for worldwide distribution.
The film marked out Cahill, who won the same prize at Sundance three years ago for “Another Earth,” as a promising filmmaker to watch.
Pitt previously attended Karlovy Vary in 2005, when he presented Gus Van Sant’s Last Days.”
Pitt broke through
The Gravity star "is nervous about coming face-to-face with Gosling this awards season because he really broke her heart years ago," a source told Radar Online.
Bullock, 49, and Gosling, 33, had a brief romance from 2002-2003 after they met while co-starring in the movie 'Murder by Numbers'.
The source added that the actress is totally mortified about being around Gosling, even though she's the one who helped launch his career more than ten years ago..
Whether explicitly gay or just “coded” that way to slip past the sensors, these guys represent some of cinema’s most notable acts of heteronormative villainy.
Xerxes (Rodrigo Santoro) — 300
Much has been made about the fact that a movie that could otherwise have doubled as an International Male swimwear catalog went out of its way to present evil King Xerxes as a prissy, jewelry-crazed predatory homosexual (despite the fact that the actual Xerxes is portrayed
But what of the other side of Ryan Gosling? The somewhat darker side. Sir is a thespian, after all, and not all of his movies involve good-looking charmers who sweep the heroine off her feet with a romantic gesture. In "Drive," for example, Gosling's character's version of a romantic gesture is wordlessly smashing a guy's skill in in an elevator in front of his girl. Hey girl? Nay, girl.
Ahead, in meme form,
Sure, Gosling has had his share of companions, lovers and even wives in his movies, but for the most part he's made a career at playing the rugged loner, the lone wolf who walks (or drives) the earth with only very few "friends" ... if you can even call them that half the time.
Upon the release of "Only God Forgives," in which his only pal is a prostitute (natch), we've tallied the number of friends perennial loner Ryan Gosling has had in some of his other films (via a "Gosbook" interface, of course): "The Place Beyond the Pines" (2012), "The Ides of March" (2011), "Crazy Stupid Love" (2011), "Drive" (2011), "Blue Valentine" (2010), "Lars and the Real Girl" (2007), "Half Nelson" (2006), "The Notebook" (2004), "United States of Leland
"Just try not to blink," he says with a self-deprecating smile.
But Gosling's uncanny, communicative stillness – along with his sensitive vulnerability, his serious dedication to his work and, well, the guy ain't bad looking – has made him one of the biggest movie stars on the planet, a widely beloved, new-generation idol. It might be the only role he's uncomfortable playing.
Rather than exude preternatural cool, in a recent interview Gosling spoke more with the uncertain, self-critical grasping of a still-developing actor trying to find his foothold in an illusory profession. Soon to direct his first film, he's looking forward to taking a step back just when moviegoers can't get enough.
"I've been doing it too much," he says of acting. "I've lost perspective on what I'm doing. I
Gosling stars as Luke, a motrocycle stunt driver who travels across America with a circus. When they land back in New York, Luke decides to meet up with his old girlfriend Romina (Eva Mendes), only to find that she’s had his baby. Desperate to be a good father and to form a proper relationship with his son, Luke finds a job as a car mechanic, working alongside Robin (Ben Mendelsohn). But when Robin learns of Luke’s insane skills on a motorbike,
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