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I like his films because the first half part of them is always hilarious messy and then deadly serious in the second half.
Robert Duvall first went to Texas at age 10, when he was a San Diego military brat on a visit to his mother's family.
Film noir buffs, take note. This is one very special week. Two of the genre's finest examples, "Double Indemnity" and "Touch of Evil" arrive on Blu-ray.
Release o' the week: Double Indemnity - Reality Bites - Philomena. - The Secret Life of Walter Mitty.
Hey folks, Harry here with our latest Picks & Peeks and there's some truly tremendous films in this week's columns.
A pair of groundbreaking movies directed by two of the most influential filmmakers of all time, Billy Wilder and Orson Welles, come to Blu-ray for The First Time ever when Double Indemnity and Touch of Evil premiere in Limited Edition with Exclusive Collectibles including lobby cards, poster reproductions and a rare still of a never-before-seen ... (more)
Once upon a time: Mr. C.C. Baxter is an unremarkable drone in a gigantic company, and yet in one way he's crucial: He's a bachelor, with a flat he lets his married bosses borrow for their, um, after-hours activities.
"I've seen everything and I've the ticket stubs to prove it," says Don Draper in Mad Men, which would be reasonable enough for an executive in an industry that constantly borrows from the movies, but it could also represent series creator and film buff, Matthew Weiner, who peppers his series with movie references from the era.
Sean Penn is to step behind the camera for new film The Last Face. It's not the first time he's occupied the director's chair, overseeing 2007's critically-acclaimed Into the Wild, but this time there's a difference.
This image released by Sony Pictures Classics shows Iko Uwais as Rama, left, in a scene from The Raid 2." Opening Downtown "The Raid 2" is a martial arts extravaganza that was one of our favorite films from the 2014 Sundance Film Festival .
For Robert Duvall, it always comes back to "The Godfather." Never mind that he's won an Oscar, several Emmy awards and has starred in dozens of highly regarded films.