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5 items from 2015

Film Review: ‘The Wave’

25 September 2015 6:44 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

With “The Wave,” awesomely named Norwegian helmer Roar Uthaug has made an equally impressive tsunami-peril thriller — a thunderous rumble-rumble-hustle-hustle-glub-glub nerve-racker that hits all the same beats as its Hollywood equivalents, right down to the implausible group hug at the end. Not to be confused with last year’s deeply upsetting Scandi avalanche-aftermath drama, “Force Majeure,” which delved into the profound psychological damage these disasters can also wreak, “The Wave” sticks mostly to the big-studio formula (albeit on a much smaller budget), introducing a handful of bland soon-to-be-victims before bombarding them with spectacular digital effects. Having already made a big splash in Norway, the country’s foreign-language Oscar submission may be too popcorn-populist to get nominated, but should attract decent specialty business when Magnolia releases Stateside.

Whereas most nature’s-angry movies exploit relatively far-fetched fears (“Sharknado,” anyone?), “The Wave” anticipates a dauntingly plausible disaster scenario. According to Uthaug, with 300 unstable mountainsides in Norway, »

- Peter Debruge

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Seven Climate Change Activists Take Action in Paris in 'Not Without Us'

17 September 2015 8:57 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Here's your daily dose of an indie film, web series, TV pilot, what-have-you in progress -- at the end of the week, you'll have the chance to vote for your favorite. In the meantime: Is this a project you’d want to see? Tell us in the comments. Not Without Us Logline: At the U.N. Climate Talks in Paris this December, follow seven grassroots activists as they awaken the only true force that can prevent catastrophic climate change: the will of the people. Elevator Pitch:  Chicken Little was right. The sky is falling. The oceans are rising. Mass extinctions are happening. Furthermore, what was seen as just an environmental disaster is now recognized as a humanitarian crisis. "Not Without Us" follows seven grassroots activists from around the world as they head to Paris for the 21st session of United Nations Climate Change Conference. The two weeks of the U. »

- Indiewire

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Why Hide Lupita? Frozen Redux? Is Pixar Slacking? 5 Questions Following Disney's D23

17 August 2015 3:01 PM, PDT | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

Over the weekend, Disney showed off some of the most-anticipated movies of the near-future at its mammoth D23 convention, and the studio's announcement of Star Wars–themed additions to two of its amusement parks sent shockwaves through the world of entertainment. But a few days later, we've got a handful of questions prompted by that dazzling lineup. Here are five things we can't help but wonder in D23's wake. Is Disney Animation Outpacing Pixar? A decade ago, when Walt Disney Animation Films was putting out forgettable products like Home on the Range and Chicken Little, it seemed the house that Walt built was destined to live in the shadow of creative upstart Pixar. How surprising, then, to watch as the Disney Animation films shown at this year’s D23 got consistently better reactions than the slate of sequels that Pixar had to offer. Disney Animation brought clips and songs »

- Kyle Buchanan

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“Frozen Fever”: New Trailer Now

25 February 2015 9:38 AM, PST | | See recent news »

The trailer for ‘Frozen Fever’ is now available. The highly-anticipated follow-up short to the global phenomenon Frozen can be seen exclusively in theaters with Disney’s new live-action Cinderella, starring Lily James and Academy Award-winner Cate Blanchett, on March 13, 2015. In ‘Frozen Fever,’ it’s Anna’s birthday and Elsa and Kristoff are determined to give her the best celebration ever, but when Elsa catches a cold, her powers may put more than just the party at risk. · Walt Disney Animation Studios? 2013 feature film ‘Frozen’ won two Academy Awards® (best animated film and best original song with ‘Let It Go’) and a Golden Globe® (best animated feature film). It is the fifth highest grossing film of all time and the highest grossing animated film earning more than $1.27 billion globally. Released wide domestically on Nov. 27, 2013, ‘Frozen’ posted the No. 1 industry all-time Thanksgiving debut and Walt Disney Animation Studios biggest opening ever. The »

- Josh Abraham

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