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The sexual politics of Nick Cassavetes' decidedly un-romantic comedy The Other Woman are intriguingly European and, at their core, kind of groovy.
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6 hrs ago | Eugene Weekly
Remember when Jude Law was pretty? Go back and watch Existenz , or A.I. or Gattaca , when he was often blonde and proper, and always a little bit cold.
10 hrs ago | Albany Times Union
Here's a look at models, super or otherwise, who've made the leap to movies, starting with Kate Upton in "The Other Woman."
14 hrs ago | EDGE
The recent and oft-discussed release of "Nymphomaniac" has Lars von Trier, the pranksterish Danish filmmaker behind "The Idiots" and "Antichrist," on the minds of film lovers.
19 hrs ago | River Front Times
The promise of seeing Scarlett Johansson fully nude is probably enough to lure lots of people into Jonathan Glazer 's alien-among-us fantasy Under the Skin , and the vision doesn't disappoint: Her figure, seen in long shot, is a grand and glowing thing; she has one of those butts shaped, adorably, like an upside-down heart.
A federal judge has tossed out Quentin Tarantino's copyright infringement lawsuit against Gawker Media for linking to his leaked, unproduced script for "The Hateful Eight," but the legal battle may be far from over.
At first, before the murders, the story might sound like some nihilistic last-century tropical sitcom, what Sherwood Schwartz would have come up with if he'd been into Nietzsche .
David Michod's follow-up to his Aussie crime drama "Animal Kingdom" qualifies as a must-see because of the rare quality of his feature film debut.
Since a father and son took their 10 flipping, twirling dogs from the center ring of a circus to the stage of a reality show, where they won TV competition "America's Got Talent," people pack their performances at large venues and they have been tapped to star in short films bankrolled by Ellen DeGeneres' pet food company, one of which is set to ... (more)
Discussing his Wood Allen-starring romantic comedy, Turturro said, "People sometimes go to [sex workers] for reasons beyond just sexual contact -- and sometimes they are truly helped."
PARIS: British director John Boorman's long-awaited sequel to his 1987 Oscar-nominated film "Hope and Glory" about home front life during World War II is to be screened in Cannes next month.
Denzel Washington Is The Equalizer In First Photos From The Film Posted by Joseph Lee on 04.22.2014 Plus an interview with the film's director... USA Today has not only revealed the first photos from The Equalizer , but they've interviewed director Antoine Fuqua about his work on the TV series adaptation.
"Pioneers of Television": This week's trip in the Wayback Machine focuses on doctors and nurses in TV series, including "ER," "Saint Elsewhere," and "Medical Center."
Count on plenty of Canuck content at Cannes this year - three more Canadian films have been added to the prestigious film showcase.
"Bears" could have used a lot more science; more substantive information in the place of wacky one-liners.
And while that took everyone by surprise, it was really long overdue. Rani's first brush with the Yash Raj Films banner was Mujhse Dosti Karoge in 2002.