Documentary Movies Newswire (Page 9)

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  1. a Exodusa all action, little depthRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 13 | Pocono Record

    Exodus, shmexodus. Never has the Bible seemed so paper-thin as it does in “Exodus: Gods and Kings.” In its effort to make an action drama of the complex, beautiful and mystifying story of Moses, Hollywood has released a 3D film long on atmospherics but mere rags and straws of wisdom and storytelling.


  2. a Exodusa a connect-the-dots epicRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 12 | Cape Cod Times

    Where: Entertainment Cinemas in Falmouth and South Dennis, Heritage Theaters in Sandwich, Regal Cinemas in Hyannis and Mashpee, Wellfleet Cinemas Ridley Scott's “Exodus: Gods and Kings” suffers from the same problem as Scott's overrated, Oscar-winning “Gladiator”: It's too familiar. While “Gladiator” came across as “Spartacus” lite, “Exodus” is essentially a rehash of Cecil B. DeMille's 1956 epic “The Ten Commandments” .


  3. ShareRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 | Daily Star

    Aaron Sorkin, who wrote The Social Network and Moneyball, has seen an email he sent to a New York Times columnist leaked online as part of the massive Sony hack by the "Guardians Of Peace" hacker group. Responding to columnist Maureen Dowd's column regarding the "niche status" of female-led movies, Sorkin wrote: "There's an implication that studio heads have a stack of Bridesmaids-quality scripts on their desk that they're not making and it's just not true.


  4. Harriet Walter & More Join Cast of RSC's Death of a SalesmanRead the original story

    Tuesday Dec 16 |

    Casting is announced for Gregory Doran's production of Arthur Miller 's 1949 Pulitzer prize-winning play Death of a Salesman, opening in the centenary year of Arthur Miller 's birth. Previews start from 26 March, with the press night on Wednesday 1 April, 2015.


  5. Casting Announced for RSC Production of Death of a Salesman, Starring Antony Sher and Harriet WalterRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 | Playbill

    Casting has been announced for a new Royal Shakespeare Company production of Arthur Miller 's Death of a Salesman that will begin performances at Stratford-upon-Avon's Royal Shakespeare Theatre March 26, 2015, prior to an official opening April 1, for a run through May 2. Joining the previously announced Antony Sher as Willy Loman and Alex Hassell as his son Biff, the company will also include Harriet Walter as Willy's wife Linda and Sam Marks as Willy and Linda's younger son Happy. They are joined by Paul Birchard ; Ross Green ; Emma King ; Miranda Nolan ; Sarah Parks ; Guy Paul ; Joshua Richards ; and Brodie Ross , with further casting to be announced.


  6. The "Selig Experience" was inspired by an Abraham Lincoln exhibit. Obviously.Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 | MSNBC

    Still laughing about the Brewers installing a "fan experience" Bud Selig museum at Miller Park called "The Selig Experience." Laughing even more at its apparent inspiration.


  7. sorry biblical God is missing from "Exodus, Gods and Kings"Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 |

    Oh how I wanted an epic filma Inspiring? Dramatic? A new classic? As a fan of Ridley Scott , Christian Bale a . And of the hero who rises to FREE his people= Moses , I was rooting for "Exodus, Gods and Kings"a The Plagues a even though we miss the direct conflict with Pharaoh when they begin, they are more realistically portrayed The Relationships a whether Ramses and Moses, their mothers, their wives if1 4 The Fine Acting a Many have picked on the portrayal of Moses as psychologically twisted, even demented.


  8. Aaron Sorkin: Male Film Roles Are More Difficult Than Female RolesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 | Silicon Alley Insider

    Oscar-winning screenwriter Aaron Sorkin has claimed that often, male actors who have won Oscars have had more difficult roles than their female counterparts, The Daily Beast reports . In a March email to New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd that leaked as part of the Sony hack, Sorkin took issue with Dowd's implication that studios are sitting on high-quality scripts with strong female characters and just not making the movies.


  9. Jason Statham as Blackjack expert in 'Wild Card' clipRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 | PanArmenian Network

    Wild Card is an adaptation of William Goldman's novel Heat, based around a struggling gambling addict living in Las Vegas. When Nick Wild promises to take revenge on a gangster who beat up his friend, he finds himself in hot water.


  10. Alaniz: Throw them out before our nation commits suicideRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 | Illinoisreview

    The House of Representatives passed a $1.1T dollar budget this week consisting of 1,600 pages that funds Obamacare, funds Obama's abandoned border-children man-made catastrophe, with other political amendments, while cutting our troop's benefits. Take heed those who continue to dupe the American people into voting for the "lesser of two evils".


  11. More than $8,600 awarded by MCEFRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 | Macon County Times

    RBS Elementary grant winners for "Sing It Loud", pictured from L to R: MCEF's Carolyn Whittaker, Christy Patch, Nicole Blankenship, Sharon Fisher, and Cindy Evans. RBS Elementary grant winners for "Sing It Loud", pictured from L to R: MCEF's Carolyn Whittaker, Christy Patch, Nicole Blankenship, Sharon Fisher, and Cindy Evans.


  12. Critics flee 'Exodus' but box office holds upRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    "NICE OF you to come!" That's what an irritated Christian Bale, as Moses, says to God, at one point during Ridley Scott's 2-1/2-hour epic, "Exodus: Gods and Kings." Giving this remark an even stranger, non-biblical feel is that Ridley's conception of God, is a peevish 10-year-old boy.


  13. Newcomer Ruby Barnhill Has Been Cast as a oeSophiea in Spielberga s Adaptation of Roald Dahla s a oeThe BFGaRead the original story

    Tuesday Dec 16 | Business Wire

    Steven Spielberg will direct the film adaptation of the children's novel. Published in 1982, "The BFG" is the tale of a young London girl and the mysterious Giant who introduces her to the beauty and peril of Giant Country.


  14. How the Torture Could Start AgainRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 | Politico

    The executive summary of the Senate Intelligence Committee's torture report is full of detail the American public deserved to see, and we learned a lot from Sen. Dianne Feinstein and her colleagues. The problem is that the report cuts off most responsibility with the CIA.


  15. 'Exodus: Gods and Kings' puts 'Gladiator'-style action in Old TestamentRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 | The Hartford Courant

    With "Exodus: Gods and Kings," director Ridley Scott has revived the Biblical swords-and-sandals epic, but whether the world needed a 3D version of "The Ten Commandments" is certainly debatable. The technology now exists to render the burning bush, plagues on Egypt, and parting of the Red Sea in awe-inspiring, computer-generated clarity, but the story, of course, is one of the oldest tales ever told, and "Exodus" hits all the high points without uncovering any new insights or emotions.


  16. Interview: Going behind the mask with Lee PaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 |

    Don't feel bad about not keeping up with pop culture if you're not familiar with Lee Pace. Oh, the 6-foot, 4-inch 35-year-old actor with big, bushy eyebrows has been keeping busy in theater, TV, and movies for the past decade.


  17. Ahead of film, nephew recalls 'uncle-priest' at heart of 1858 scandalRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 | The Times of Israel

    There are several family pictures on the dresser in Gustavo Latis's spacious bedroom. Smiling children and grandchildren, but also parents, uncles and aunts are displayed - many beloved memories from his 94 years.


  18. Dems Can't Stop Sneering at the White Working ClassRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 | American Thinker

    What happened to the white working class? It finally figured out that Democrats didn't even want to be LBGFs. It's hard for them, because the Democrats used to love the working stiff.


  19. For Judge's Fleming, talent runs in familyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 |

    JUSTIN FLEMING might not be the best player in his family's household, but after yesterday's shooting performance he could be on his way. The Father Judge junior scored 20 points on 8-for-11 shooting and went 4-for-7 on threes in the Crusaders' 55-44 victory against host Abraham Lincoln.


  20. Susan Hvistendahl Entertainment Guide Columns Captured in New Book,"Historic Happenings"Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 |

    "Historic Happenings," a book by Susan Hvistendahl, has recently been published through a partnership of The Entertainment Guide and Northfield Historical Society Press. It is a compilation of selected "Historic Happenings" columns which were originally published in The Entertainment Guide between 2007-2013.