Day: October 5, 2010

next three days

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Poster for The Next Three Days features Russell Crowe with a steely cool and thousand-yard stare that Katey Rich at CinemaBlend says marketers are describing as “Steve McQueen-inspired.” Not to mention the aviator shades. Check it out full-size after the ...

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It comes as no surprise that Sony Pictures Classics is first out of the gate (again!) with DVD screeners sent¬†to Academy voters. According to veteran AMPAS member Ken Rudolph’s¬†invaluable record-keeping, SPC¬†recently¬†mailed out Animal Kingdom,¬†a hopeful contender¬†for Jacki Weaver in Supporting ...

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THE LOVELY BONES

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Deadline’s Nikki Finke broke the story, I suppose there will be a fight about that, but here it is. The news at last that Peter Jackson will take on the challenge of directing The Hobbit. I don’t know why it ...
mattiejennifer

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It’s a good thing that 2010 is bringing to the big screen positive role models for teen girls in at least two films. As the mother of a 12 year-old, this gives me hope that teenagers don’t just have truly ...
ed_harris_way_back1

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The press release just went out with the news that Peter Weir’s The Way Back will get its Oscar run this year. That is good news, possibly, for Ed Harris as a very very strong supporting actor contender. In fact, ...
truegrit9

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Dave Karger runs down the categories one by one, and is seeing True Grit as potentially the film to beat. Dave Karger is usually the one who does the early picks on EW and, as we all know, they are ...
another year 33

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New York Film Festival impressions by Brian Whisenant Attending fim festivals, at dinner parties, in bars, or wherever I might be hanging out with fellow cinephiles, the question “What is your favorite movie” inevitably enters the conversation. I always begin ...
night of the hunter

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The Online Film Critics Society haphazardly picks the “100 Best First Films”. Predictable list, and the ranking falls into disarray for me after the first few obvious milestones. At #23, #36, & #47, Polanski’s Knife in the Water, Nichols’ Who’s ...

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