Gone Girl Review: Sympathy for the Devil
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Gone Girl Review: Sympathy for the Devil

“So if you meet me Have some courtesy Have some sympathy, and some taste Use…

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New Gone Girl clip
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New Gone Girl clip

A new clip from David Fincher’s Gone Girl has been released. The new clip shows…

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JC Chandor’s Eagerly Anticipated A Most Violent Year to Open AFI Fest
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JC Chandor’s Eagerly Anticipated A Most Violent Year to Open AFI Fest

We will finally get a look at JC Chandor’s cloaked in mystery crime thriller, A…

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Variety raves Fincher’s Gone Girl
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Variety raves Fincher’s Gone Girl

In what can only be ranked as a flat-out, unconditional rave, Justin Chang reviews David…

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Ava DuVernay Previews Selma
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Ava DuVernay Previews Selma

A small gathering of folks were invited to see five minutes of Selma, the Martin…

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3 new improved Interstellar posters are more better
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3 new improved Interstellar posters are more better

Relieved to see someone decided there might be a better way to promote Interstellar than…

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New Teaser & Poster: JC Chandor’s A Most Violent Year to Get Oscar Qualifying Run before Opening in 2015
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Oscar Predictions Before New York
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Oscar Predictions Before New York

Update: added to the documentary category. This is where I see the Oscar race right…

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The State of the Race: How Telluride Shapes the Oscars
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The State of the Race: How Telluride Shapes the Oscars

Every year after Telluride there is the sense that bigger, better movies could still come…

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What We Talk About When We Talk About Birdman
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What We Talk About When We Talk About Birdman

“I could hear my heart beating. I could hear everyone’s heart. I could hear the…

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True Stories of Political Oppression, Grief Recovery and Imitation Games
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True Stories of Political Oppression, Grief Recovery and Imitation Games

Creepy New Foxcatcher Teaser
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Creepy New Foxcatcher Teaser

Debuted exclusively on IMDB.com. This might be the one that best represents this film. Best…

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Birdman is “most sustained example of visually fluid tour de force cinema anyone’s ever seen”
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Birdman is “most sustained example of visually fluid tour de force cinema anyone’s ever seen”

Todd McCarthy has posted his review of Birdman from Venice and it looks to be…

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The State of the Race: The First Gurus of Gold of the Season
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The State of the Race: The First Gurus of Gold of the Season

I love the Oscar race. I hate the Oscar race. And yet, the season is upon…

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Jason Reitman’s Men, Women and Children to Open Shortly After Toronto
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Jason Reitman’s Men, Women and Children to Open Shortly After Toronto

Jason Reitman’s Men, Women & Children will skip Telluride, head to Toronto and open to…

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Women Directors Name their Cinematic Influences in NY Times
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Women Directors Name their Cinematic Influences in NY Times

The New York Times selected six directors to talk about the films that made them…

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Best Picture Watch: American Sniper Gets Christmas Release
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Best Picture Watch: American Sniper Gets Christmas Release

Clint Eastwood dives into awards season in a big way when American Sniper changes position…

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Conspicuous Blonde – Gone Girl Covers EW
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Conspicuous Blonde – Gone Girl Covers EW

“Blondes are like white mice, you only find them in cages. They wouldn’t last long…

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UK Poster for Maps to the Stars
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UK Poster for Maps to the Stars

Hollywood, in all of its glory. This poster turned up today on Facebook for David…

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A Look at Ava DuVernay’s Selma, In Honor of the 49th Anniversary of the Voting Rights Act
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A Look at Ava DuVernay’s Selma, In Honor of the 49th Anniversary of the Voting Rights Act

Writer/Director Ava DuVernay posted this photo from the set of her upcoming film Selma with…

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