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Stuntmen React To Stunts in The Raid, Daredevil, Commando, and Rob Roy

I’ve got another great episode of Corridor Crew’s Stuntmen React that brings back stuntman Eric Linden, and this one puts the focus on the stunts in films such as The Raid, Daredevil, Commando, and Rob Roy. The video offers us some great discussion and insight on the stunt work performed in these projects. It also offers insight on some of the tricks of the trade.
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Stuntmen React to and Discuss the Stunts in Batman V Superman, Baby Driver, Point Break, and More

We’ve got a new Stuntmen React video from Corridor Crew for you to watch today. The guys brought in professional stuntman Eric Linden to watch and discuss the good and bad stunts of several films. Those films include Baby Driver, Batman v Superman, Hot Rod, The Lone Survivor, Point Break, and Django Unchained.

These guys point out a lot of interesting stuff regarding the stunts in these films that you may not have ever thought about or noticed before. I enjoy watching these videos as they offer some great insight on the stunt work that we see done in the movies. It’s also amazing to see the crazy shit that these stuntmen and stuntwomen will do for our entertainment.
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Stuntmen React To and Discuss Great and Bad Movie Stunts in a New Video From Corridor Crew

I’ve got another great “Stuntmen React” video here for you to watch from the gang at Corridor Crew. The video features professional stuntman Eric Linden reacting to and talking about stunts featured in several movies that are both good and bad.

I love the insight and commentary that these guys have to offer and it’s pretty fun to watch them react to some of these scenes. The films that they discuss in this video include The Raid, The Dark Knight Rises, John Wick: Chapter 2, and Fast Five.

I enjoy watching these videos and if you’re a fan of any of these movies, this is a must watch!
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The Punisher Took 'Daredevil' Star Jon Bernthal to a 'Very, Very Dark Place'

Before Jon Bernthal could fully become The Punisher for Season 2 of Marvel and Netflix's gritty superhero series "Daredevil," he had to take a little punishment of his own.

No stranger to high intensity Hollywood roles -- including "Fury," "Sicario" and his stint as Shane on "The Walking Dead" -- Bernthal's also an accomplished boxer in his increasingly-scant spare time. And in order to get himself most fully into the headspace of Frank Castle, the iconic anti-hero whose high-caliber mission of vengeance often brings him into conflict with more moralistic crusaders like Matt Murdock, the actor's willing to go as far as possible to bring his character to life.

Moviefone: One of the things that's interesting about Frank Castle is that he seems to resonate deeply with comic book fans. Tell me how the passionate following for The Punisher has influenced your take?

Jon Bernthal: It's enormously important to me.
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The Robin Hood of El Dorado

Viewers expecting to see a lighthearted  'Cisco Kid' swashbuckler got a surprise with William Wellman's movie: it's a tragedy about a genuine historical California bandit who may have been an outlaw terrorist, avenging murderous discrimination against Mexican-Americans in the Gold Rush days. Hangings, rape and massacres -- not your average popcorn matinee fare for 1936. The Robin Hood of El Dorado DVD-r The Warner Archive Collection 1936 / B&W / 1:37 flat Academy / 85 min. / Street Date May 26, 2015 / available through the WBshop / 18.49  Starring Warner Baxter, Ann Loring, Bruce Cabot, Margo, J. Carrol Naish, Soledad Jimenez, Carlos De Valdez, Eric Linden, Edgar Kennedy, Charles Trowbridge, Harvey Stephens, Marc Lawrence. Cinematography Chester Lyons Film Editor Robert J. Kern Original Music Herbert Stothart Written by William A. Wellman, Joseph Calleia, Melvin Levy, from a book by Walter Noble Burns Produced by John W. Considine Jr. Directed by William A. Wellman

Reviewed by Glenn Erickson

I'm always
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FreddieW's 'Metal Gear Sunrising' Shows Raiden's Routine

Start your day off with a ninja merc starting his day. This "American Psycho" riff imagines the morning regimen for "Metal Gear Rising Revengeance" cyborg ninja Raiden.

Borrowing lines liberally from Brett Easton Ellison's novel of 80's yuppie narcissism run amok, the slickly-produced (and very funny) video shows how (among other things) Raiden keeps his metal exterior so shiny.

The video was published via the FreddieW Youtube channel and created by Brandon Laatsch (director of the web series "Video Game High School"). Actor Eric Linden plays Raiden, and maybe the funniest detail in the whole thing is that they had to find a t-shirt and slacks to fit over Raiden's chassis.

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Daily Briefing. 2011 Lists from Slant, Frieze, Ebert, MSN and More

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Slant's is, of course, the big list to appear since the last Briefing. From Nick Schager's introduction to the countdown of their collective top 25: "The auteurs had it in 2011, which delivered such a feast of fantastic domestic and international cinema that it's difficult to remember a year in which it was harder to compile a consensus Top 25. Nonetheless, best-of-year rankings wait for no critic, and our list is practically overflowing with films by young and old masters at the apex of their games, be it Terrence Malick's sumptuous spiritual odyssey The Tree of Life, Edward Yang's long-unreleased 1991 classic A Brighter Summer Day, or Abbas Kiarostami's formalist masterwork Certified Copy." Which lands at #1. At the House Next Door, you can scan the titles that came in between #26 and #50 as well as the individual ballots by Schager, Ed Gonzalez, Andrew Schenker, Jaime N Christley, Bill Weber, Jesse Cataldo,
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