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Review: THE TAX COLLECTOR, A Career Low for David Ayer

Bobby Soto, Shia LaBeouf and Cinthya Carmona star in writer-director David Ayer's action-crime film.

Review: AMERICAN HONEY, Touching, Optimistic and Just Plain Beautiful

Only a few times in a generation does a film speak to youth in a lasting and powerful way. Films like Rebel Without A Cause, Easy Rider, and Kids all tapped into their respective contemporary consciousnesses with the effect of...

Steven Spielberg Says He Will Never Replace Harrison Ford As Indiana Jones

You'll have to pry the role of Indiana Jones from the cold, dead hands of Harrison Ford, according to Steven Spielberg. "I don't think anyone could replace Harrison as Indy, I don't think that's ever going to happen," Spielberg told...

The Many Faces Of Shia LaBeouf

This week, David Ayer's World War II tank film Fury premieres. And while it is oh-so-tempting to dedicate this week's quiz to one of the two Brads in the film, I decided to go with Shia LaBeouf instead. We'll have...

Review: FURY Treads On Unsettled Ground

I found myself liking Fury almost against my best judgment, ignoring some of its overt flaws in favour of enjoying the ride. It might be because I'm a sucker for claustrophobic battle films. It may have been Das Boot...

FURY: Brad Pitt Battles Germans And Shia LaBeouf's Moustache In Trailer For David Ayer's Latest

The simple fact that Brad Pitt is christened 'Wardaddy' would be enough for me to write off David Ayer's Fury from the outset- that and the fact that it also stars the perennially irritating Shia LaBeouf - if not for...

Review: NYMPHOMANIAC: VOLUME I Teases And Entices

When discussing Lars Von Trier's Nymphomaniac within team ScreenAnarchy, I suddenly realized a couple of things that surprised me. One, that I've never been disappointed yet by a Lars Von Trier film. Two, how few Lars Von Trier films I've...

Review: NYMPHOMANIAC PART 1 Teases, Entices...

When discussing Lars Von Trier's Nymphomaniac within team ScreenAnarchy, I suddenly realized a couple of things which surprised me. One, that I've never been disappointed yet by a Lars Von Trier film. Two, how few Lars Von Trier films I've...

Disney Buys Rights To INDIANA JONES Films

Whip it good, for Variety is reporting that Disney has taken control of another beloved franchise in the form of the Indiana Jones series.While this isn't a super surprise, given last year's Lucasfilm deal that saw the rights to the...

Udo Has An Orgasm In The New Poster Campaign For Lars Von Trier's NYMPHOMANIAC

Ever wondered what Udo Kier looks like when having an orgasm? Stellan Skarsgard? Uma Thurman? Willem Dafoe? Charlotte Gainsbourg? Jamie Bell? Christian Slater? Connie Nielsen? Well, wonder no more because a new poster campaign has arrived for Lars Von Trier's...

Watch Shia LaBeouf In Second Clip From Von Trier's NYMPHOMANIAC

Hot on the heels of yesterday's image of Shia LaBeouf in Lars Von Trier's upcoming Nymphomaniac, a second clip from the film has been released online taken from the second chapter of the film featuring LaBeouf as Jerome."Love is just...

Cannes 2013: A Cheeky Look At The Cast Of NYMPHOMANIAC

Banned or not, you can't have a Cannes festival entirely devoid of some Lars Von Trier-related shenanigans. The Hollywood Reporter today showed a still, released in Cannes by production company Zentropia, of the cast of Von Trier's upcoming "sex film"...

Sundance 2013 Review: THE NECESSARY DEATH OF CHARLIE COUNTRYMAN is the Unnecessary Death of a Potentially Good Movie

The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman is perhaps the worst film I've seen in a very, very long time. It stars Shia LaBeouf as the possibly-doomed titular role. Charlie just watched his mother (Melissa Leo, in the most tragically underused...