Day: April 29, 2013

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Movieline posted this just moments ago on Facebook.  Sourced as C2E2 Comic-Con clip. Once again we see the singular award category for Visual Effects decidedly lacking in honoring films like this. Already the visual effects category feels too crowded. Here’s ...

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Trailer after the cut. (Thanks, Bryce)

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Harper has made available a generous excerpt from William Friedkin’s newly published autobiography, The Friedkin Connection. Anyone familiar with Sidney Lumet’s memoir Making Movies will find their rat-a-tat-tat no-time-for-bullshit prose style quite similar. The Exorcist was 340 pages. A 100-page ...

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There are too many great movies playing at Cannes to catch everything. Now they’ve just announced their Classics series. RESTORED PRINTS BOROM SARRET (1963, 20’) by Ousmane Sembène CHARULATA (CHARLUTA: THE LONELY WIFE) (1964, 1:57) by Satyajit Ray CLEOPATRA (1963, ...

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Is there anything worthwhile left to say in movies? More and more it feels like the end of something beloved and the beginning of something else. So much has changed so quickly. Doors have closed and new ones opened. Some ...

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