Month: August 2011

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(Thanks to AD)

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Beth Stevens and Kevin Klawitter tip us to early odds-n favorites rated by an UK Irish bookmaker agency in the line-up at Venice and ventures a long view toward the Oscars while he’s at it. “The Guardian has bookmaker Paddy ...

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I feel a little strange posting these premature reviews because no one’s yet seen it. It’s probably best to skim a little and shoot for the money shot so that you don’t know too much. Of course, if you’ve read ...

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DVD/Blu-ray combo pack is the only option. (No standalone edition for either format). No details about special features yet, except for a 30 minute making-of documentary, Exploring the Tree of Life, to focus mainly on Malick.

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via Towleroad , one of the best sources for gay news on the web. Not that Henry Cavill is gay. But Superman has always been gay-friendly.

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WARNING: SPOILERS GALORE. Directorial debut for Michael Brandt, who wrote 2 Fast 2 Furious and Wanted, and adapted 3:10 to Yuma. Opens September 23, 2011. In THE DOUBLE, the mysterious murder of a US senator bearing the distinctive trademark of ...

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Lest anyone think that this is a dry political drama, the first clip cashes in on 2011’s golden boy, Ryan Gosling, and his many charms (swiped from Collider)

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ok, I do feel bad about that headline — and I’ll still be feeling bad when this post continues to attract traffic well into 2015. (If past experience is any indication of leggy longevity.) But seriously, you have to admit ...

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Between Ides of March and The Descendants, George Clooney is theoretically in good shape for nominations in 5 Oscar categories this year.

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If it’s not obvious from the trailer, “a young aspiring beauty queen finds her dream turned against her when she unwillingly gets involved with a criminal group at war.” Miss Bala and Kill List rank right alongside Drive and Tinker ...

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Listen to tracks from Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy. Score composed by Alberto Iglesias.

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Poster after the cut.

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My [high] opinion of Puncture is still under embargo but the studio has released a new clip from the film. If it were me this wouldn’t be the clip I’d show as this is a spoiler and one of, I ...

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American Film Institute just named Pedro Almodóvar as its Guest Artistic Director at AFI FEST 2011. AFI FEST — celebrating its 25th year in 2011 — will take place November 3 through 10 in Hollywood, California at the historic Chinese ...

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(Thanks, PaulH)

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Montreal Film Fest Wrap-Up by Stephen Holt The wonderful joie de vivre that one always experiences at this most delightful of Film Festivals, Montreal’s Festival des Film du Monde 2011, is going to be carried on and felt right on ...

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Podcast: Play in new window | Download Livingincinema.com‘s Craig Kennedy, Ryan Adams and me, Sasha Stone, have once again fired up our three-way moviegasm podcast for your listening pleasure (or not).  On this week’s episode we try to discuss The ...

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With Bryan Cranston, Albert Brooks and Ryan Gosling.

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It’s probably less meaningful to say “once again we’re faced with an Oscar year that features all white, male directors” than it is to say it in a more positive light — that there are many female directors in the ...

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