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‘The Outcasts’ Review

Stars: Victoria Justice, Eden Sher, Ashley Rickards, Avan Jogia, Claudia Lee, Katie Chang, Peyton List, Jazmyn Richardson, Will Peltz, Daniel Eric Gold, Frank Whaley, Harry Katzman, Noah Robbins, Alex Shimizu, Ted McGinley | Written by Dominique Ferrari, Suzanne Wrubel | Directed by Peter Hutchings

After falling victim to a humiliating prank by the high school queen bee, Jodi (Victoria Justice) and her best friend Mindy (Eden Sher) plot their revenge by uniting all of the school’s outcasts to overthrow the cruel reign of the popular clique once and for all. But in a tale of “be careful what you wish for,” a taste of power gets the best of all of them, nearly ruining Jodi and Mindy’s friendship and threatening to sabotage Jodi’s budding romance with Dave (Avan Jogia)…

The Outcasts follows a familiar format of an oft-told tale, a them-vs-us story that pits geek against jocks, pretty against plain…
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Here Are All the Upcoming Movies in Theaters for December 2016

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Here Are All the Upcoming Movies in Theaters for December 2016
And now we’ve arrived at the end of the calendar year. As the final push for year-end viewing continues at a furious pace, some of the last unknown films of 2016 will finally make their way to audiences. To help focus your viewing choices, here is a list of films opening throughout the coming weeks, separated into categories of wide and limited runs. (Synopses are provided by festivals and distributors.)

If you’re interested in what still might be in a theater near you, check out our November Release Guide. For those curious what 2017 might bring, you can also visit our calendar page, which has releases through the beginning of the new year.

Happy watching!

Week of December 2 Wide

Incarnate

Director: Brad Peyton

Cast: Aaron Eckhart, Carice van Houten, Catalina Sandino Moreno, David Mazouz, John Pirruccello, Keir O’Donnell, Matthew Nable

Synopsis: A scientist with the ability to enter the
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Film Review: ‘Anonymous’

It’s difficult to make the act of hacking cinematic. Not just visually — endless shots of faces frowning at computer screens displaying gibberish code — but on a storytelling level as well. The work of a skilled hacker can lead to devastating effects, but the act itself is not particularly dramatic, except to other hackers who might find the details interesting, even instructive. If that’s the niche-y audience Kazakh director Akan Satayev is going for with “Anonymous” (which is not affiliated with the real-world collective that shares its name, though it doubtless would like you to think it is), it’s a miscalculation: Anyone who’s seen even a lesser episode of “Mr Robot” will likely have learned much more than what’s on offer here. And if this film were meant to entertain general audiences, then the question becomes: “Why so dull?”

Michael Mann’s “Blackhat,” for example, at
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Watch the trailer for hacking crime thriller Anonymous

With just two weeks to go until its Us release, a trailer has arrived online for the upcoming crime thriller Anonymous which stars Callan McAuliffe, Lorraine Nicholson, Daniel Eric Gold, and Clifton Collins Jr.; watch it below after the official synopsis…

Anonymous follows Alex Danyliuk (McAuliffe) a teenager learning the ins and outs of computer programming. When his family hits financial trouble, he turns to a life of online crime and identity theft, fueled by rage at the banking institutions’ status quo.

Along the way he meets Sye (Gold), a street-wise hustler who introduces him to the world of black market trading, and Kira (Nicholson) a young hacker secretly working as an FBI mole. After quickly finding success in causing financial market chaos, they gain the attention of Z (Collins Jr.) – a mysterious, masked figure, who’s the head of an online crime group, and a number one target by the FBI.
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New Movie Trailer for Anonymous Arrives

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New Movie Trailer for Anonymous Arrives
Watch the latest movie trailer for the upcoming film ‘Anonymous’ starring Callan McAuliffe (Flipped, I Am Number 4), Lorraine Nicholson (Soul Surfer), Daniel Eric Gold (Charlie Wilson’s War), and Clifton Collins Jr. ‘Anonymous’ follows Alex Danyliuk (McAuliffe) a teenager learning the ins and outs of computer programming. When his family hits financial trouble, he turns to a life of online crime and identity theft, fueled by rage at the banking institutions’ status quo. Along the way he meets Sye (Gold), a street-wise hustler who introduces him to the world of black market trading, and Kira (Nicholson) a young hacker secretly working as an FBI mole. After quickly finding success in [ Read More ]

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Electric to crack market with Hacker

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Electric to crack market with Hacker
Exclusive: Dean Devlin’s Electric Entertainment has secured all worldwide rights to the international thriller and started talks with Afm buyers.

Akan Satayev directed the film from Sanzhar Sultanov and Timur Zhaksylykov’s screenplay about three young coders who fall foul of the authorities and the shadowy operators behind their criminal paymasters.

Hacker shot in New York, Hong Kong, Toronto and Bangkok and stars Callan McAuliffe, Lorraine Nicholson, Daniel Eric Gold and Clifton Collins Jr.

Sultanov’s production company Know Rules Media produced with Satayev’s SataiFilm. Loudon Owen and Jai Khanna from Brillstein Entertainment Partners are the executive producers.

“We were immediately intrigued by Hacker because it is very topical and timely,” said Electric’s head of international distribution Sonia Mehandjiyska. “It deals with a scary situation that could unfortunately become a reality for all of us one day.”

“When we finished the film, we felt confident that we have a good film,” said Satayev
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McAuliffe takes the indie route

Callan McAuliffe in Beneath The Harvest Sky.

After Callan McAuliffe landed roles in two studio films, Flipped and I Am Number Four, several years ago, the teenager says he naively expected a glittering Hollywood career would ensue.

That.s now how the actor.s career has panned out but he shot four indie movies around the world in the past 18 months, working with Samuel L. Jackson, Sir Ben Kingsley and Gillian Anderson.

.I am no A-lister,. the Los Angeles-based McAuliffe, 19, told If today on a visit to Sydney as a national ambassador for Unicef promoting children.s rights. "I would rather be a working actor than a mega-famous star..

.I have to audition for every role but when you get the job, it.s very rewarding. I.ve been very fortunate, with a bit of luck and hard work. I have done some diverse movies, although some are not my type of movie.
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John Noble, Halley Feiffer, Daniel Eric Gold & More to Star in Second Stage's The Substance Of Fire; Previews Will Now Begin 4/10

Currently celebrating its 35th Anniversary Season, Second Stage Theatre has announced complete casting and new performance dates for its upcoming production of Jon Robin Baitz's drama, The Substance Of Fire. The company will feature Halley Feiffer 2St's suburbia, The House of Blue Leaves, Daniel Eric Gold 2St's subUrbia, Ugly Betty Carter Hudson The Whipping Man, John Noble TV's Fringe and Sleepy Hollow, and Charlayne Woodard 2St's Sorrows and Rejoicings, Ain't Misbehavin'.
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'Blue Bloods' Season 4, episode 5, 'Lost and Found': A kidnapping and crises of faith rock the Reagans

The personal and the professional have a way of merging for the Reagans of "Blue Bloods."

Such was the case again in "Lost and Found," Friday's (Oct. 25) episode of the CBS police drama written by co-executive producer Daniel Truly. Frank (Tom Selleck) was alarmed to learn Father Markhum (Frank Wood, "The Newsroom"), the NYPD's chaplain, had been stopped for driving while intoxicated ... "the fourth time in two months," police chief Dino (John Ventimiglia) revealed.

The clergyman had rear-ended another car, and Frank worried that intervening would appear to be favored treatment -- something the arresting officer already had furnished by letting the priest sleep off his condition. And Frank realized such handling was "the reason I never heard about the other three Dwi's."

Later, Frank entered a confessional to talk to the chaplain, and told him to turn himself in: "Even priests do penance, Jerry."

While eating out with Erin
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Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on Once Upon a Time, House, Criminal Minds, Glee, Smash and More!

Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on Once Upon a Time, House, Criminal Minds, Glee, Smash and More!
Got a scoop request? An anonymous tip you’re dying to share? Just want to say hi? Send any/all of the above to askausiello@tvline.com

Question: Any chance House will pull another miracle out of his hat and save Wilson on House? —Rebecca

Ausiello: As the look on GHo’s face at the conclusion of Monday’s episode all but confirmed, that ship has sailed. House’s priority now is prolonging his Bff’s life — an arduous task that dominates much of next week’s unbelievably moving hour. A key component of the mission involves Greek‘s Jacob “Rusty” Zachar,
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New Release: Cafe DVD

Release Date: Oct. 11, 2011

Price: DVD $27.98

Studio: Maya Entertainment

Love to Love Hewitt, baby: Jennifer Love Hewitt stars in the independent drama Café.

Jennifer Love Hewitt (TV’s The Ghost Whisperer) and Jamie Kennedy (Extreme Movie) star in the 2011 independent film Café, which follows the interweaving stories of a coffee shop’s regular patrons over the course of a week in West Philadelphia.

The titular café is a local meeting spot for a group of vastly diverse people, all of whom are doing their best to deal with the personal and societal issues that engulf them. When tragedy strikes the community surrounding the café, the regular customers come to realize exactly how intertwined their lives truly are.

The directorial debut of writer/director Marc Erlbaum, the ensemble comedy-drama movie also stars Daniel Eric Gold (TV’s Ugly Betty), Alexa Vega (From Prada to Nada) and Madeline Carroll (Mr. Penguins Poppers).

Cafe
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Cafe Movie Review

Cafe Movie Review
Title: Cafe Writer-director: Marc Erlbaum Starring: Jennifer Love Hewitt, Jamie Kennedy, Daniel Eric Gold, Hubbel Palmer, Richard Short, Garrett Lee Hendricks, Madeline Carroll, Alexa Vega, Michaela McManus, Derek Cecil If one has on their “bucket list” seeing a live-action, achingly precious ensemble drama in which a butterfly recites some of the lyrics to “I Want Candy,” then they should definitely see “Cafe.” Then, and only then. Actually… you know what? They may want to hold up and wait a bit longer, rolling the dice to see if some other enterprising would-be auteur works that left-field tidbit into their armchair-philosophizing cinematic treatise on paying it forward or embracing life or some such malarkey. A sincere...
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‘Café’ Trailer Released

‘Café’ Trailer Released
Maya Entertainment Café

Endearingly awkward Todd (Daniel Eric Gold) and indie dream girl Claire (Jennifer Love Hewitt, whose show, “The Client List,” has been getting a lot of buzz) work together in a Philadelphia café/neighborhood hangout. Todd has a thing for Claire, and maybe Claire has a thing for Todd, as evidenced during a misunderstanding over whether he signed a CD to his “good friend Claire” or his “girlfriend Claire.” But it’s not all sweet indie-rock romance, if
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‘Harvest’

Reviewed by Amy R. Handler

(June 2011)

Directed/Written by: Marc Meyers

Starring: Robert Loggia, Jack Carpenter, Victoria Clark, Arye Gross, Barbara Barrie, Peter Friedman, Adrianna Sevan, Kel O’Neill and Daniel Eric Gold

Marc Meyers’ “Harvest” is the most elegantly written, sensitively portrayed movie so far this year. Powerful and life-affirming, it is a film that no adult can afford to miss.

The plot, if it can be called that, is so simple and universal, it feels as natural as life itself. An old man named Siv (Robert Loggia) is dying, and three generations of his family gather together to be with him in his last few months.

The scenario’s been played a million times over — but then most cinematic plots return time and time again. What makes Meyers’ story different is an authenticity that feels so real it’s hard to believe we’re watching a film at all.
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‘Harvest’

Reviewed by Amy R. Handler

(June 2011)

Directed/Written by: Marc Meyers

Starring: Robert Loggia, Jack Carpenter, Victoria Clark, Arye Gross, Barbara Barrie, Peter Friedman, Adrianna Sevan, Kel O’Neill and Daniel Eric Gold

Marc Meyers’ “Harvest” is the most elegantly written, sensitively portrayed movie so far this year. Powerful and life-affirming, it is a film that no adult can afford to miss.

The plot, if it can be called that, is so simple and universal, it feels as natural as life itself. An old man named Siv (Robert Loggia) is dying, and three generations of his family gather together to be with him in his last few months.

The scenario’s been played a million times over — but then most cinematic plots return time and time again. What makes Meyers’ story different is an authenticity that feels so real it’s hard to believe we’re watching a film at all.
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Somebody Spikes the Drink and a Single Becomes a Pair: Last Night Trailer

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The Tribeca Film Festival is in full swing and Last Night is one of the entries with a couple of big names...and lots of pretty:

Keira Knightley and Sam Worthington play a Manhattan married couple, apart from each other for one night and each tempted by an attractive outsider. Eva Mendes and French actor Guillaume Canet (who I initially thought was Patrick Dempsey with a bad accent) play the enticing potential bedmates. Though it seems like a simple tale of a married couple tempted to stray, I've read a couple of reviews that intimate the film is more than the sum of this trailer, which has the requisite pensive feel and moody piano. I'm not a huge Keira Knightley fan, but she is a standout in the clip and she's receiving great reviews for her performance. Plucky little accent!

Why do we watch films like this? Are the married
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Fresh Clip of Keira Knightley's 'Last Night' Goes Online

Fresh "Last Night" clip is now available online. In the one-minute video, Keira Knightley's Joanna has a dinner with Griffin Dunne's Truman in a local restaurant, where she is pressed with questions about her personal life and her husband.

The drama movie centers on Knightley's Joanna and Sam Worthington's Michael Reed. After attending one of Michael's business parties, Joanna notices a curious moment between him and his co-worker Laura, who is portrayed by Eva Mendes. The happily married couple then is tempted to stray as Michael goes on a business trip with Laura while Joanna encounters her past love, played by Guillaume Canet, at home.

Massy Tadjedin serves behind the lens and writes the scripts for the film. Meanwhile, Stephanie Romanov, Scott Adsit, and Daniel Eric Gold are among other actors supporting the movie. "Last Night" will have limited release in the U.S. on May 6.
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Second Last Night Trailer

Second Last Night Trailer
Miramax Films has released the second trailer for the upcoming drama Last Night, which will hit theaters on May 6. Click below to watch new footage from this marital drama starring Sam Worthington and Keira Knightley. The second poster has also debuted for Last Night, which you can view below the trailer.

Click to watch Last Night Trailer #2!

Set in New York City, Last Night is the story of a married couple that while apart for one night, is confronted by temptation that may decide the fate of their marriage. Joanna (Academy Award nominee Keira Knightley) and Michael Reed (Sam Worthington) are 7 years into a successful and happy relationship. They are moving along in their lives together until Joanna meets Laura (Eva Mendes), the stunningly beautiful work colleague whom Michael never mentioned. While Michael is away with Laura on a business trip, Joanna runs into an old but never quite forgotten love,
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Last Night Acquired by Miramax Films

Last Night Acquired by Miramax Films
Tribeca Film and Miramax today announced they are teaming up on the U.S. release of Last Night, an intricately layered relationship drama starring Keira Knightley, Sam Worthington, Eva Mendes and Guillaume Canet. Tribeca Film has acquired theatrical, VOD and select digital rights to Last Night and plans to release the film in Spring 2011 theatrically in multiple U.S. markets, including New York and Los Angeles, and also via national VOD outlets and on additional platforms. Miramax has retained distribution rights for home video and television sales and long-term digital rights.

Last Night centers on a married couple apart for an evening when the husband takes a business trip with a colleague to whom he's attracted. While he's resisting temptation, his wife encounters her past love. Starring the Academy Award-nominated Knightley (Pride & Prejudice), Worthington (Avatar), Mendes (The Other Guys), Canet (Tell No One) and Griffin Dunne (After Hours), the film is written by Massy Tadjedin,
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[TV] Ugly Betty: The Complete Fourth and Final Season

Some television series sabotage themselves by completely missing the boat on what they need to be to stay relevant. Ugly Betty ensnared a niche of interested viewers from its outset for being a campy show with a plucky wit about a girl out of her element and slowly making it her own. It was an odd mix between the Mary Tyler Moore Show and The Devil Wears Prada, but possessed none of the clever spirit of either and going overboard in melodrama that ultimately robbed it of any real comedic value. For fans who stayed true to the fourth and final season, it essentially gave them closure to a lot of the plotpoints they saw coming in the seasons that preceded it, and let them down easy for its early departure.

Betty (America Ferrera) has spent the last few seasons warding off the petty attacks from the glamorous duo of
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