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3 hrs ago | EDGE
The essay included with the Criterion Collection's recent release of "Blue is the Warmest Color," written by B. Ruby Rich, suggests that the film entered into a world "beset by a peculiar amnesia, according to which no director had ever made an art film with sex scenes before."
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3 hrs ago | Dallas Observer
First, the pleasant surprises. In puffing up the slight, absurd Mr. Peabody and Sherman shorts from Jay Ward 's The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show into an 82-minute 3D save-the-timestream child-distractor, director Rob Minkoff and his many writers have preserved a few of the hallmarks distinguishing the Dada, deadpan, almost primitive original, a toon ... (more)
5 hrs ago | BBC News
The original negatives of 1971's Wake In Fright were found just a week before they were due to be burned Three very different films thought to have been lost to audiences forever are being re-released.
9 hrs ago | Star Tribune
Opening Friday: There's an easygoing amiability to this locally filmed independent romcom, and a timely hook.
13 hrs ago | 411mania.com
As you can see on the photo, he's also revealed that the trailer for the film will debut tonight at 8 PM ET.
17 hrs ago | 411mania.com
We seem to have mixed feelings for 300: Rise of an Empire and Nymphomaniac , whereas we're all looking forward to The Raid 2 and we have high hopes for Bad Words .
21 hrs ago | Eugene Weekly
For her full-length directorial debut, 34-year-old Jene LaMarque has made a coming-of-age film that is emotionally vulnerable, philosophically queasy, artistically imperfect and, in its own odd way, uncomfortably beautiful.
First, let's get this out of the way: There is no Santa Claus. Now, on to a perhaps even harsher truth: There are certain indications that Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer, whose 17th-century paintings - like Girl with a Pearl Earring and The Music Lesson - show an extraordinarily delicate touch and a finely attuned understanding of light, color and ... (more)
Bethlehem Israeli secret service officer Razi spends two years building a bond with Sanfur, the younger brother of a high-profile Palestinian militant.
Man, woman, gay, straight, bi: There's something for everyone in 300 : Rise of an Empire , the XXL sequel to the also-larger-than-life Greeks-in-shinguards extravaganza 300 .
Alain Resnais's last completed film , Life of Riley , presents a group of aging friends who plan, hope, wish, dream, and scheme after they learn that one of their own is dying.
HBO's Looking has had a tough time winning over its intended fans. Upon its premiere, Gawker's Rich Juzwiak yawningly summed up the political achievement of creator Michael Lannan's wonderful half-hour dramedy about three homosexual men in San Francisco as "gay men get to be boring on TV at last."
John Travolta has apologized to Tony Award winner Idina Menzel for mangling the pronunciation of her name during the Oscars telecast, saying he'd been "beating myself up" over it.
The word "Fellini-esque" is tossed around too liberally. The films given that label often contain some of the fantastical elements of Italian director Federico Fellini's works, but little of the quality.
The film will be released on December 19. It was directed by Will Gluck and stars Quvenzhane Wallis, Cameron Diaz, Jamie Foxx, Rose Byrne and Bobby Cannavale.
Ty Burrell, real estate every-guy Phil Dunphy from "Modern Family," is taking over March movie madness with roles in "Mr. Peabody & Sherman" and "The Muppet Movie."
Genre: Horror Directed by: Ben Stoloff / Wallace Fox Starring: Bela Lugosi, Wallace Ford, Sally Blane / Bela Lugosi, Luana Walters, Tristram Coffin Before getting started here, I feel I should note that neither of the films under discussion are currently available in very good copies, and that the ones being screened are simply the best that could ... (more)