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Cannes Review: Ryan Gosling's 'Lost River' Starring Christina Hendricks, Saoirse Ronan & Matt Smith

20 May 2014 9:08 AM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

There's no bigger way for a movie star to paint a giant target on their back than by stepping behind the camera. More often than not, an actor making their directorial debut gets to do more or less whatever they want, and without anyone telling them no, the results can be indulgent and self-serving—there are more films like Mark Ruffalo's "Sympathy For Delicious" than Charles Laughton's "Night Of The Hunter." And far be it from Ryan Gosling to upset that particular narrative.  The "Drive" star's first feature as director, "Lost River," premiered in the Un Certain Regard sidebar at Cannes, and has seemingly already passed into Croisette legend as a "Southland Tales"-style disaster. That's not entirely unfair, as the film is an indulgent mess and then some. But it's not a dull mess, and this writer at least found some pleasures to salvage from it, mostly of the audio-visual variety. »

- Oliver Lyttelton

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Tribeca: Posturing Bank Robbing Beauties in "Electric Slide"

25 April 2014 3:02 PM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

More from Nathaniel at the Tribeca Film Festival

Electric Slide

There's something about the Killer Films logo, that has me rooting for the film that follows every time. Christine Vachon's company has shepherded so many confrontational and interesting indie films and voices into the arthouse over the years that it has both a nostalgic pull And an edge, and those things rarely come conjoined. 

Electric Slide, about a bank robbing loser in 80s Los Angeles, definitely has the confrontational edge part though it's not what you might call "interesting". The only likeable characters are way on the periphery (Vinessa Shaw is engaging despite very little to do as a furniture store employee) like the pretty bank tellers who really sell their brief moments of victimization and carnal attraction to Eddie. But as a film it's intensely narcissistic, less concerned with what you think of it, than what pose it's »

- NATHANIEL R

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Niko Nicotera & David Labrava Upped To Regular On ‘Sons Of Anarchy’

2 April 2014 3:04 PM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Niko Nicotera (Sympathy For Delicious) and David Labrava have been promoted to regular for the seventh and final season of FX’s Sons Of Anarchy. Nicotera has recurred for the past two seasons on the Kurt Sutter-created biker drama as Samcro member Ratboy Skogstrom. Real-life Hells Angels member Labrava plays Happy, who in Season 6 became Sergeant-at-Arms for the mother chapter of the club. Sons Of Anarchy is FX’s highest-rated series ever, and the Season 6 closer scored a season-finale record with 5.2 million viewers. Nicotera, repped by Pakula King & Associates and manager Nicolas Bernheim, next will be seen in feature The Purge: Anarchy. Related: Kurt Sutter Talks ‘Sons Of Anarchy’ At ATAS Event »

- THE DEADLINE TEAM

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