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‘Incarnation’ DVD Review

Stars: Stojan Djordjevic, Daca Vidosavljevic, Sten Zendor | Written by Filip Kovacevic, Masa Senicic, Ivan Stancic | Directed by Filip Kovacevic

Time travel is a harder thing to get right in movies, in fact you could probably count the number of truly successful movies on one hand, especially when it comes to “serious” genre cinema: Primer, Timecrimes, Looper and Donnie Darko spring to mind. Yet I think many would argue one of the best, if not the best, is Groundhog Day – however that plays the situation for laughs rather than drama, even if both this film and the Bill Murray starrer do use the repeating day trope Very effectively.

If I had to compare Incarnation to any of the other aforementioned though, it would have to be Timecrimes as the two share very similar themes around the human condition and more… Timecrimes was The calling card for writer/director Nacho Vigalondo and,
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Quirky Time Travel Film Peaches Channels Nacho Vigalondo

Dominican filmmaker Héctor Valdez has a new time-travel romantic comedy film coming out called Peaches, which channels the same kind of fun that Nacho Vigalondo has playing around and mixing genres as with Timecrimes or Extraterrestrial.

The cast includes Peter Vives as Diego, Joaquín Ferreira as Sandro, María Guinea as Laura, with Frank Perozo and Ramón Langa.


Somewhere in the Caribbean, in a future that never was: Diego and Laura go out on a weekend getaway in the hopes of rekindling their relationship. Upon their arrival
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25 great directors working outside mainstream cinema

Meet some of the best directors working today, who haven't gone down the blockbuster movie route...

Ever find it a bit lame when the same big name directors get kicked around for every high profile project? Christopher Nolan, Jj Abrams, maybe the Russo Brothers? With so much focus on blockbuster films these days, getting a major franchise job seems like the main acknowledgement of success for a filmmaker. And yes, both the financial and creative rewards can be great. But there are plenty of other directors out there, doing their own thing, from art house auteurs to Dtv action specialists.

Here are 25 examples.

Lee Hardcastle

Even if you don’t know his name, you’ve probably seen Lee Hardcastle’s ultraviolent claymations shared on social media. He first started getting noticed for his two-minute remake of The Thing, starring the famous stop motion penguin Pingu. Far from just a cheap one-joke mash-up,
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Steve Zaillian Rewriting Timecrimes Remake for DreamWorks

An American remake of Nacho Vigalondo‘s Spanish time travel flick Timecrimes (Los Cronocrímenes) has been in the works ever since it was first picked up, following the 2008 Sundance Film Festival. Back then, it was in development at United Artists, which was part of the then financially struggling MGM, and the film subsequently ended up in limbo.

Fast-forward to the present and the project has since been picked up by DreamWorks and the film’s producer, Steve Zaillian (Schindler’s List, Mission: Impossible), who has been shepherding the project since it was at UA, is now rewriting the original script penned by Tim Sexton.

TimeCrimes is an intricate science fiction thriller in which a man repeatedly goes back in time an hour in an attempt to alter the events of a crime.

Trailer: TimeCrimes (Los Cronocrímenes)

TimeCrimes is slated to hit theaters in 2012.
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DreamWorks Acquires 'Time Crimes,' And Steve Zaillian's Re-Writing

DreamWorks Acquires 'Time Crimes,' And Steve Zaillian's Re-Writing
Exclusive: Time Crimes, the remake of the 2007 Spanish time travel film, has been moved by Steve Zaillian from United Artists to DreamWorks. Zaillian, who'd set it up at UA to produce, has also committed to rewrite the script. Tim Sexton wrote the early drafts, with Zaillian overseeing as producer along with Agnes Mentre. Zaillian's Film Rites has a first look deal at DreamWorks. He takes on the writing job after a productive period where he adapted the Stieg Larsson novel The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo for David Fincher and Scott Rudin at Sony Pictures Entertainment and made a deal to write the followup, The Girl Who Played with Fire. Zaillian has the Bennett Miller-directed Moneyball coming next fall with Brad Pitt. And The Irishman, Zaillian's scripted adaptation of the mob memoir I Heard You Paint Houses, is shaping up as a film Martin Scorsese will direct, with Robert De Niro,
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Austin Film Critics think 'The Dark Knight' is Best of 2008

  • The kids at Austin’s Film Critics Association did drink the Kool-Aid. The group has become the first and perhaps the only ones to nominate Nolan’s The Dark Knight (2008)The Dark Knight
[/link] as the best picture of 2008. Interesting category wins include Colin Watkinson’s cinematography work for The Fall, the Breakthrough Artist Award which went to Danny McBride for his work in Pineapple Express, The Foot Fist Way and Tropic Thunder…and finally best First Film went to Nacho Vigalondo for Timecrimes. See the complete list of winners below:… Top 10 Films:"The Dark Knight"Slumdog Millionaire""Milk""Synecdoche, New York""The Curious Case of Benjamin Button""The Wrestler""Wall*E""Frost/Nixon""Let the Right One In""Gran Torino" Picture:"The Dark Knight" Director:Christopher Nolan, "The Dark Knight" Actor:Sean Penn, "Milk" Actress:Anne Hathaway, "Rachel Getting Married Supporting Actor:Heath Ledger, "The Dark Knight Supporting Actress:Taraji P. Henson,
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