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Going the Distance: Marques-Marcet Explores the Strain of Separation
An exploration of the effects an extended period of long distance has on the stability of a once functioning relationship the core of 10,000 Km. Its title suggests an arbitrary estimate of the distance between the two particular locales, but besides suggesting the rather unhelpful capabilities of staying connected via social media, Spanish director Carlos Marques-Marcet does little to enhance a basic scenario enlivened by vague characterizations of pretty young things unable to conquer the challenges posed by unavoidable time apart. What is of more interest is perhaps the particular effect the scenario seems to have on its audiences. Many of us can relate to similar relationship woes, where absence certainly makes the heart grow fonder, but absence without a concrete date of return can inspire the opposite effect. And thus, the general colorless palette of this heterosexual couple here allows »
- Nicholas Bell
The Golden Trailer Awards have announced nominations in 82 categories, a month ahead of its 16th annual awards show on May 6 at the Saban Theater in Beverly Hills.
Universal Pictures had 44 nominations for films, including “Furious 7,” “Jurassic World,” “Minions,” “Unbroken” and “Ted 2.” Fox followed with 41 nominations, including work on “Birdman,” “Kingsman: The Secret Service,” “Gone Girl” and “Wild.”
Ignition Creative had the most nominations among agencies, working on 44 of this year’s nominees.
The complete list of nominees:
Awards Presented During The Live Stage Show Include:
Agent 47 “New Assassin”, 20th Century Fox, Transit
The Equalizer “Domestic Trailer”, Columbia Pictures, Vibe Creative Inc
John Wick “Domestic Trailer”, Lionsgate, Av Squad
Best Animation / Family
Annie “Dreams”, Columbia Pictures, Seismic Productions
Cinderella “Be Kind”, Disney, »
- Dave McNary
Warning. This article contains spoilers…
Los Angeles has a year left of potable water and tectonic shifts on active faults could cause the entire city to tumble into the ocean leaving nothing but a smoking crater in its wake. However, the biggest problem the city faces is something else entirely:
Their favorite TV shows being spoiled on social media.
Every week I see it online. Some entitled doofus who spends too much time on Twitter lamenting the time differential that puts them three hours behind for Prime Time Programming. Because of the delay between East Coast & West Coast, TV shows are seen, spoiled, and discussed online before they even have a chance to see them. There are entire discussion threads about the twist ending that just aired while our West Coast friends have hours to wait before they can join the conversation.
I understand the desire to avoid spoilers. You »
- Anghus Houvouras
3 items from 2015
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