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I'm surprised I didn't see the portly silhouette of a famous British director trot past in that episode because for me, that was Game of Thrones Alfred Hitchcock-style. Taut psychodrama, and taut psychos - it had it all.
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He's played a science-fiction hero, policeman and even Hamlet. But now actor Keanu Reeves is taking on a new role - as director of a contemporary martial arts movie aimed at both Chinese and Western audiences.
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The Griswold family is back in high-definition! Yes, another Blu-ray edition of National Lampoon's Vacation is here.
There was the spectacle, the runaway budget, the fights with the studio. But almost everyone thinks about the 1963 movie "Cleopatra" for one thing: Liz and Dick.
Ray Manzarek, founding keyboardist of The Doors, died Monday at age 74 at a medical clinic in Rosenheim, Germany, after a long battle with bile duct cancer.
Nelson Mandela, old and frail, lives in seclusion in his Johannesburg home. Beyond the high walls of the house, the fighting over his image and what he stood for has already begun.
It's been 45 years since Charlton Heston rode his horse down the beach on that strange planet and discovered that he actually was ... no, wait, I can't do it.
On Sunday night, Home Box Office quietly debuted an uber-short teaser trailer for the fourth season of "Boardwalk Empire." What the 21-second spot lacks in overall imagery, it more than makes up in the foreshadowing department because we meet what looks to be a major character in Valentin Narcisse .
Indian movie actors and a new wave of directors are on a mission at the Cannes film festival - to show that their industry, which turns 100 this year, is more than just Bollywood.
Folk music, Greenwich Village and a quick-footed cat star in the new Coen brothers movie at the Cannes film festival on Sunday, kicking off the first of five U.S. entries with its engaging misadventures of a struggling singer.
"Star Trek: Into Darkness" has warped its way to a $70.6 million domestic launch from Friday to Sunday, though it's not setting any light-speed records with a debut that's lower than the studio's expectations.
The Eastern Gateway Community College Class of 2013 heard words of wisdom to take into future endeavors during the 44th annual commencement exercises Saturday at the college.
The star of the Fast And Furious films, who has directed two short movies and made his directorial feature-length debut with Strays in 1997, admitted he is unlikely to take the reins of a future instalment.
I'd seen the movies before reading the stories - Nicolas Roeg's masterful version of "Don't Look Now" featuring Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie; and Alfred Hitchcock's strangely flat-footed and clunky version of "The Birds" - so I thought I knew what to expect from Daphne du Maurier's fiction.