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Major Crimes Season 5 Episode 13 Review: White Lies Part 3

19 September 2016 9:03 PM, PDT | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

How heartbreaking was Julio's goodbye to little Mark?

The kid was originally obnoxious, parroting racist comments he'd heard from his family and hating Julio because he was Hispanic. 

But in the little time he was on, Julio became so protective of him that losing Mark hurt viewers as much as it hurt him.

Major Crimes Season 5 Episode 13 wrapped up a number of emotional storylines before heading into a cliffhanger. Who else can't wait until 2017 for its return?

Much of the hour was dedicated to finally figuring out exactly who ordered the hits in the courtroom.

As Provenza and Sharon quickly realized, this shooting wasn't really in the Z-Brotherhood's interest. All it did was bring unwanted police attention to the group's illegal activities.

The solution to the mystery was convoluted and I have to admit I'm still a bit confused. Martin Borjas was Dwight Darnell's father. He also ordered all the hits. »

- Jack Ori

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The Disney Renaissance’s Little Woman: Katharine Hepburn’s Imprint on Belle

15 September 2016 4:36 AM, PDT | MUBI | See recent MUBI news »

Few questions feel as stale as the following: Is the Disney Princess feminist? It's become profoundly boring to scavenge for an answer, so common is this refrain that arises each holiday season since Peggy Orenstein’s barnstorm of an essay. It will no doubt be a talking point upon the release of Moana later this year. The "Disney Princess" has congealed into a homogenous, lumpen unit of capitalist excess, so much that each character’s particular idiosyncrasies often become obscured in such discussions.Belle, the heroine of Kirk Wise and Gary Trousdale’s Beauty and the Beast (1991), is a headstrong bibliophile with a peripatetic mind; she spends the beginning of the film longing to be elsewhere. “There must be more than this provincial life,” she screams in the film’s opening number, which economically introduces us to the townspeople who fawn over her. Belle, voiced by Paige O’Hara, occupies »

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Swallows and Amazons movie review: a free-range kiddie adventure

18 August 2016 8:36 AM, PDT | www.flickfilosopher.com | See recent FlickFilosopher news »

Behold a time before helicopter parenting, when children roamed free, ate cake for dinner, and played with fire. A delightfully old-fashioned treat. I’m “biast” (pro): nothing

I’m “biast” (con): nothing

I have not read the source material

(what is this about? see my critic’s minifesto)

Gather round, kiddies, and behold a time before videogames — before television, even — when children roamed free and were forced to relieve their boredom with nothing more than a couple of sticks and their imaginations… and they relished it. Gather round, parents, and marvel as a mother grants permission for her four children to go sailing and camping on their own recognizance, with no adult supervision at all, for days. Because, as that mother says, “I don’t want them frightened of the world,” so they have to learn how to deal with it on their own. Imagine that!

Not only »

- MaryAnn Johanson

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Movie Review – Finding Dory (2016)

27 July 2016 8:30 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Finding Dory, 2016.

Directed by Andrew Stanton and Angus MacLane.

Featuring the voice talents of Ellen DeGeneres, Albert Brooks, Ed O’Neill, Kaitlin Olsen, Ty Burrell, Hayden Rolence, Diane Keaton, Eugene Levy, Idris Elba, Dominic West, Bob Peterson, Kate McKinnon, Sloane Murray, Bill Hader, Sigourney Weaver, Brad Garrett, Allison Janney, Vicki Lewis, Austin Pendleton, Stephen Root, and Willem Dafoe.

Synopsis:

Dory is on a desperate mission to find her family. With the help of Marlon and Nemo, they end up at a Marina that introduces our friends to new animals and clues to a past Dory never knew she had…

When Finding Dory was announced, many were sceptical. Two years prior, the dreadful Cars 2 marked a low-point for Pixar while Monsters University was due for release. Between 2010 and 2013 only the lacklustre Brave was an original. Finding Nemo was always a complete film, famous for a heart-wrenching opening and a dark »

- Simon Columb

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Amazon Prime Day Deals: 18 Great Films And Television Shows To Buy Right Now

12 July 2016 12:00 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Amazon Prime Day is here, and with it, a bevy of deals for your entertainment-loving heart. In order to plow through the massive list of deals being offered to Amazon Prime members — it is called Amazon Prime Day for a reason — we’ve narrowed down some of the many offerings for 18 tried and tested IndieWire favorites, spanning both film and television, available with some very special streaming deals today only. Take a look, and start saving now.

Edge of Tomorrow” ($0.99, 80% off)

In a summer full of lousy Hollywood fare, go back to 2014 and re-experience Doug Liman’s brilliant sci-fi romp. Written by master screenwriter Chris McQuarrie, “Edge of Tomorrow” pushes Tom Cruise to rock bottom and kills him off in the first 10 minutes. And then does it again, and again and a few dozen more times. Consider it a video game movie that doesn’t need video game source material to make it work, »

- Russell Goldman and Sarah Colvin

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How ‘Finding Dory’ Pre-Show Short ‘Piper’ Bypassed the Pixar Pipeline

1 July 2016 6:01 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

If you want to make a short at Pixar, the studio offers a special program where resident artists — those who work anywhere in the company — have the chance to pitch three ideas to a panel of directors. But “Piper” skipped that step entirely, in part because it grew out of an experiment Alan Barillaro was conducting in his spare time.

“In computer animation, the tools aren’t done yet. At Pixar, we’re constantly asking, ‘What’s the best way an artist can express themselves?’ and I take that pretty seriously, so there’s this whole laundry list I have in my head of how can this tool be more visual,” says Barillaro, who used his free time following “Brave” to see whether he could “sculpt” one of Pixar’s existing bird models into a sandpiper.

“I wasn’t planning on making a short,” says Barillaro, who repurposed a crow »

- Peter Debruge

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‘Finding Dory’: 5 Reasons the Pixar Sequel Smashed Records

19 June 2016 12:53 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Finding Dory” shattered box office records this weekend, setting a new high-water mark for an animated film debut with its $136.2 million opening.

The sequel to 2003’s “Finding Nemo” succeeded where many followups this summer have failed, nearly doubling the original film’s $70.2 million launch. Its impressive results come amidst fears that the movie business is suffering from “sequelitis,” as one by one spinoffs and fresh installments such as “Alice Through the Looking Glass” and “X-Men: Apocalypse” sputter at the box office.

Here are five reasons that Disney and Pixar were able to make a big splash with “Finding Dory.”

1.) Pixar is the Movie Business’ Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval

Over the course of 17 films, Pixar has established a reputation for excellence that is nearly unparalleled. Perhaps only Miramax during its ’90s heyday rivals the Pixar association with quality films, and its run of “Pulp Fiction,” “The English Patient” and “The Crying Game »

- Brent Lang

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First trailer for Noel Clarke’s Brotherhood

17 June 2016 4:57 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Ahead of its release in August, Lionsgate has debuted the first trailer for Noel Clarke’s Brotherhood, which you can check out below…

BrOTHERHOOD follows Sam as he faces up to the new world after Adulthood and realizes it also comes with new problems and new challenges. Sam knows that to survive he must face his issues head on, and knows he will require old friends to help him survive new dangers. Noel Clarke (Star Trek into darkness, Doctor Who, Adulthood.) reprises the role of Sam Peel with breakthrough Grime artist Stormzy appearing alongside him as Yardz. The film is written and directed by Noel Clarke who also produced alongside Jason Maza, Maggie Monteith and Gina Powell.

BrOTHERHOOD showcases a supporting cast that includes Steven Cree (Brave, 300: Rise of an Empire, Maleficent), Olivia Chenery (Penny Dreadful, The Anomaly), Tonia Sotiropoulou (Skyfall), Jason Maza (Hooligan Factory, Welcome to the Punch »

- Gary Collinson

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Two new trailers land for the upcoming ‘Brotherhood’

17 June 2016 2:18 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

It’S Time For #TheEnd

Two new trailers for the upcoming instalment in the ‘Hood’ series, Brotherhood, have just landed ahead of its big release in August.

BAFTA award – winning actor, writer and director Noel Clarke returns to direct the film and also stars alongside grime artist, Stormzy, Arnold Oceng (Adulthood), Jason Maza (Fishtank) and Olivia Chenery (Penny Dreadful).

Here’s the official synopsis:

BrOTHERHOOD follows Sam as he faces up to the new world after Adulthood and realises it also comes with new problems and new challenges. Sam knows that to survive he must face his issues head on, and knows he will require old friends to help him survive new dangers.Noel Clarke (Star Trek Into Darkness, Doctor Who, Adulthood.) reprises the role of Sam Peel with breakthrough Grime artist Stormzy appearing alongside him as Yardz. The film is written and directed by Noel Clarke who also produced alongside Jason Maza, »

- Paul Heath

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Brotherhood: first trailer for Noel Clarke’s trilogy closer

17 June 2016 2:01 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

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Noel Clarke writes, directs and stars in Brotherhood. Here's the trailer for the Kidulthood and Adulthood follow-up...

This August, Noel Clarke completes the trilogy that he started with Kidulthood and continued with Adulthood.

The new film is Brotherhood, that Clarke is directing from his own screenplay. And we have both a 12A rated trailer, and a more explicit promo for the movie. Do not go watching the latter if you’re young and impressionable.

Finally, here’s the synopsis…

BrOTHERHOOD follows Sam as he faces up to the new world after Adulthood and realises it also comes with new problems and new challenges. Sam knows that to survive he must face his issues head on, and knows he will require old friends to help him survive new dangers. Noel Clarke (Star Trek Into darkness, Doctor Who, Adulthood) reprises the role of Sam Peel with breakthrough Grime artist »

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Watch a clip from the new Pixar short, ‘Piper’

13 June 2016 10:44 PM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Piper clip: Our first look at Pixar’s brand new short.

The Piper clip is below – the short film will debut in cinemas before Finding Dory, which is released in cinemas in July.

Piper clip: The short film will open with Finding Dory in July.

The folks over at Den Of Geek have secured a first look clip from Pixar’s new short Piper, which will screen before their new feature film Finding Dory, which opens in the UK next month.

The short tells the story of a hungry sandpiper hatchling who ventures from her nest for the first time to dig for food by the shoreline. The only problem is, the food is buried beneath the sand where scary waves roll up onto the shore.

The Piper clip isn’t very long, but it does give you a look at the high quality animation on display in the short film.

Piper is directed by the animation genius that is Alan Barillaro who has worked on almost every Pixar film as an animator, including A Bug’s Life, Toy Story 2, Monsters, Inc., and the Academy Award®-winning features Finding Nemo, The Incredibles, Wall•E and Brave. On those last three features, Barillaro was given the role of supervising animator and was therefore responsible for overseeing the team of animators who worked to bring the characters in the films to life.

Following his work on Brave, Barillaro went to work with Pixar’s software development team to help craft an animation tool that would help provide additional creative flexibility to the studio’s filmmaking process. As a proof of concept, Barillaro created a short animation test about a small bird – a sandpiper – on a beach. This animation test soon grew into a full-fledged short film, Piper, directed by Barillaro which, as previously mentioned, will be debuting theatrically with Finding Dory on July 29, 2016.

Check out the superb Piper clip below, and look out for it in cinemas very soon.

The post Watch a clip from the new Pixar short, ‘Piper’ appeared first on The Hollywood News. »

- Paul Heath

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Meet Piper in the First Clip from Pixar's New Animated Short

13 June 2016 5:14 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Back in April, we got our first look at the new Pixar animated short Piper, which will be attached to theatrical prints of the studio's animated sequel Finding Dory when it hits theaters this weekend. With just a few more days left until this short is unveiled, the first clip has surfaced, featuring the title character in action. This brief scene shows how tough it is for a young sandpiper to find food along a crowded beach.

The story centers on a baby sandpiper who is trying to both find food, and overcome hydrophobia, the fear of water. Longtime Pixar animator Alan Barillaro makes his directorial debut with this short film, which was inspired by the numerous birds he used to observe while running along the shoreline, just a mile from Pixar's Emeryville, California headquarters. While this short marks Alan Barillaro's directorial debut, he has worked as a Pixar animator for nearly two decades.

Alan Barillaro first joined Pixar to work on 1998's A Bug's Life. He also worked on Monsters Inc., Finding Nemo, The Incredibles, Ratatouille, Wall-e, Brave and Monsters University, along with the shorts Jack-Jack Attack, Igor and Lifted. The first-time director revealed in April that he originally started toying with the character as a test, but he was encouraged to keep working on the project by his mentor, Finding Dory director Andrew Stanton. Here's what Alan Barillaro had to say about working with his mentor back in April.

"You always want to show directors, 'Hey, are these cool tools you'd like to use to make films?' So I showed Andrew the Piper tests thinking I was very much just showing him a test, but he kept poking at me, like, 'It's a cool test, but keep working on that story.' And then John [Lasseter] did the same. There's remarkable encouragement at Pixar that when you think of an innovative idea, don't forget the story. It was their encouragement or else I would have stopped at the test phase."

Since the short film is just six minutes long, and it hits theaters in just a few short days, it seems unlikely we'll get any more footage from Piper. The short film will most likely be included on the Finding Dory home video release later next year. While we wait for both Finding Dory and Piper to hit theaters in just a few short days, take a look at this clip below courtesy of Youtube. »

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First poster for Noel Clarke’s Brotherhood

10 June 2016 3:30 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Ahead of its release in August, the first poster has arrived online for Brotherhood, the third instalment of the trilogy from BAFTA Award-winning actor, writer and director Noel Clarke following Kidulthood and Adulthood.

BrOTHERHOOD follows Sam as he faces up to the new world after Adulthood and realizes it also comes with new problems and new challenges. Sam knows that to survive he must face his issues head on, and knows he will require old friends to help him survive new dangers. Noel Clarke (Star Trek into darkness, Doctor Who, Adulthood.) reprises the role of Sam Peel with breakthrough Grime artist Stormzy appearing alongside him as Yardz. The film is written and directed by Noel Clarke who also produced alongside Jason Maza, Maggie Monteith and Gina Powell.

BrOTHERHOOD showcases a supporting cast that includes Steven Cree (Brave, 300: Rise of an Empire, Maleficent), Olivia Chenery (Penny Dreadful, The Anomaly), Tonia Sotiropoulou »

- Gary Collinson

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Check out some adorable new images from the new Pixar short ‘Piper’

8 June 2016 8:54 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

There’s just a few weeks until we get delivery of a new Pixar short, and to whet your whistle until Piper arrives in cinemas, we have a bunch of new images.

Piper tells the story of a hungry sandpiper hatchling who ventures from her nest for the first time to dig for food by the shoreline. The only problem is, the food is buried beneath the sand where scary waves roll up onto the shore. Piper will debut in UK cinemas with Finding Dory on July 29, 2016.

Piper is directed by Alan Barillaro, who has worked on almost every Pixar film as an animator, including A Bug’s Life, Toy Story 2,  Monsters, Inc., and the Academy Award®-winning features Finding Nemo, The Incredibles, Wall•E and Brave. On those last three features, Barillaro was given the role of supervising animator and was therefore responsible for overseeing the team of »

- Paul Heath

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Peter In Wonderland?

12 May 2016 5:49 PM, PDT | FamousMonsters of Filmland | See recent Famous Monsters of Filmland news »

In Disney’s attempt to cash in on both newly acquired properties (Marvel, Lucasfilm) and its classic catalog (Tim Burton’s Alice In Wonderland series, Jon Favreau’s The Jungle Book), it’s now looking to create a mash-up of two of its beloved animated films from the 1950s, both of which are based on classic literature: Lewis Carroll’s Alice’S Adventures In Wonderland and J.M. Barrie’s play and novel Peter Pan; Or, The Boy Who Wouldn’T Grow Up.

The twist? In the newly announced live-action film — titled Come Away — to be directed by Brenda Chapman (codirector of the Mouse House’s successful Brave), Alice and Peter are siblings. Taking place before either of their adventures, the script by Marissa Kate Goodhill has the children mourning the death of an older brother and dealing with their parents’ anguish, prompting them to find solace in fantasy worlds. (Sounds dark! »

- Harker Jones

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Brave director to make live-action debut with Alice in Wonderland/Peter Pan prequel Come Away

12 May 2016 1:05 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Deadline is reporting that Brave director Brenda Chapman is set to make her live-action directing debut with Come Away, which is said to be envisioned as a prequel to the classic tales Alice in Wonderland and Peter Pan.

The premise reads: “Before Alice went to Wonderland, and before Peter became Pan, they were brother and sister. When their eldest brother dies in a tragic accident, they each seek to save their parents from their downward spirals of despair until finally they are forced to choose between home and imagination, setting the stage for their iconic journeys into Wonderland and Neverland.”

Producers Michelle Manning, Leesa Kahn and Andrea Keir said on the news: “Brenda is a true visionary and her previous experience in perfectly creating imaginary worlds with such precise detail is exactly what is needed to bring to life Marissa’s enchanting script, which explores the universal theme of the importance of family, »

- Scott J. Davis

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Brave's Director Brenda Chapman to Helm 'Come Away' A Prequel to 'Alice In Wonderland' and Peter Pan'

11 May 2016 7:24 PM, PDT | LatinoReview | See recent LatinoReview news »

Brenda Chapman, one of the Oscar winning directors of Brave, has signed on to direct the live-action fantasy adventure Come Away, which will be a prequel to both Alice In Wonderland and Peter Pan.

Here's the synopsis:

Before Alice went to Wonderland, and before Peter became Pan, they were brother and sister. When their eldest brother dies in a tragic accident, they each seek to save their parents from their downward spirals of despair until finally they are forced to choose between home and imagination, setting the stage for their iconic journeys into Wonderland and Neverland.

The script was written by Marissa Kate Goodhill.  I did a quick search for her on IMDb, but I couldn't find any entries, so I'd say it's safe to assume Come Away is her first produced screenplay. 

Source: Deadline »

- Philip Sticco

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There is one redeeming quality of this ‘Peter Pan’-‘Alice in Wonderland’ mashup

11 May 2016 3:52 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

If you were already exasperated by Disney’s long lineup of live action remakes and by the studio race to win the multiverse game, prepare to be all the more exasperated. If you’re excited by all the mashups and reimaginings and crossovers, then, well, you may be happy to hear this news. In the works in Tinseltown is a prequel to both Alice in Wonderland and Peter Pan. Called Come Away (“Come away to Neverland…”), the film will be directed by Brenda Chapman, Deadline first reported today. It will be Chapman’s live-action debut — she directed Pixar’s Brave. Also among her story credits on animated films are Disney’s Hunchback of Notre Dame, The Lion King, and Beauty and the Beast. That update about the film’s director is the brightest news about this project for those of us rooting for greater representation of women behind the camera. »

- Emily Rome

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"Wonderland" & " Peter Pan" Get A Prequel

11 May 2016 3:03 PM, PDT | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

"Brave" director Brenda Chapman will make her live-action directing debut on "Come Away" which will serve as both a prequel to "Alice in Wonderland" and "Peter Pan" which are both in the public domain.

Marissa Kate Goodhill has penned the script which centers on the idea that Alice and Peter were siblings who had to deal with their older brother perishing in an accident and their parents' despair over the tragedy.

That led them ultimately to journey to Wonderland for Alice and Neverland for Peter. Michelle Manning, Leesa Kahn and Andrea Keir are producing.

Source: Deadline »

- Garth Franklin

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‘Peter Pan’ / ‘Alice in Wonderland’ Prequel Coming From ‘Brave’ Director Brenda Chapman

11 May 2016 3:00 PM, PDT | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

Brave director Brenda Chapman is doubling down on fairy tales. She’s set to make her live-action directing debut with Come Away, a fantasy drama that’s simultaneously a Peter Pan prequel and an Alice in Wonderland prequel. If you’re wondering what on earth that could possibly mean, follow us down the rabbit hole (i.e., below the jump).  Deadline reported on the […]

The post ‘Peter Pan’ / ‘Alice in Wonderland’ Prequel Coming From ‘Brave’ Director Brenda Chapman appeared first on /Film. »

- Angie Han

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