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Review: BOMBSHELL: THE HEDY LAMARR STORY Reveals the Star's True Self

Hedy Lamarr was one of Hollywood's most beautiful stars. She was known for her amazing face and propensity to stand up for herself in the old Hollywood boy's club -- a feminist before the word was invented.  But it wasn't...

Susan Sarandon to Receive Grand Honorary Award at Sitges 2017

Sitges International Film Festival of Catalonia, the premiere genre festival of Europe, has announced two of its awards winners for the 50th anniversary edition: director William Friedkin and actor Susan Sarandon. As well, legendary Spanish actor Santiago Segura will receive...

Review: FEUD: BETTE AND JOAN, A Tale of Melancholy

A cloud of melancholy hangs over the eight episodes that comprise Feud: Bette and Joan, a limited series that has completed its run on U.S. cable network FX. Nostalgia creeps in at the edges and occasionally threatens to overwhelm the...

Review: THE LAST OF ROBIN HOOD Kills Off Errol Flynn Once And For All

There aren't enough R's in "Errol Flynn" to convey just how R-rated the actor's life truly was. It's said that Flynn, one of the most iconic Hollywood swashbucklers to ever live (his most famous work, 1938's The Adventures of Robin...

Review: HOW TO MAKE MONEY SELLING DRUGS Reframes The Debate

Give writer-director Matthew Cooke full credit. Not only is he clearly smart enough to grasp and present the complicated, interconnected issues surrounding American drug laws, but he also has the good sense to know that if you are going to...

Take A Moment And Learn HOW TO MAKE MONEY SELLING DRUGS

Every bit as bold and confrontational as its title and articulate and well researched enough to defend itself from the inevitable backlash, Matthew Cooke's How To Make Money Selling Drugs is a detailed dismantling of the American war on drugs...

Review: SNITCH Doesn't Reveal Anything Except Its Good Intentions

A well-meaning but lumbering drama that feels like an extended prologue in search of an action movie, Snitch represents a good-faith attempt by Dwayne Johnson to stretch himself as an actor. Johnson became an action star based on his affable,...

Review: ARBITRAGE Finds Gere's Stock Rising

They say cinematic trends are a snapshot of our times, and that certainly seems to be the case with the uptick of financial services dramas we've seen of late. Last year it was J.C. Chandor's Margin Call which made a...

TIFF 2012 Review: HOW TO MAKE MONEY SELLING DRUGS Reframes The Debate

Give writer-director Matthew Cooke full credit. Not only is he clearly smart enough to grasp and present the complicated, interconnected issues surrounding American drug laws, but he also has the good sense to know that if you are going to...

Director Matthew Cooke Would Like To Teach You HOW TO MAKE MONEY SELLING DRUGS

Director Matthew Cooke has a lesson for you, a lesson in how you could go from being dirt poor in the streets to having a lucrative career in a growing industry. Yes, you too could be selling drugs. Sure to...

Big Money Corrupts in First ARBITRAGE Trailer

The acting chops of stars Richard Gere, Susan Sarandon, Brit Marling, Tim Roth, and Nate Parker are very much on display in this brand new trailer for Nicholas Jarecki's performance driven Sundance hit ARBITRAGE. Set in the world of high...

JEFF, WHO LIVES AT HOME Review

Jason Segel and Ed Helms experience a wild day of self-discovery and low budget indie cred in the Flying Duplass Brother's "Jeff, Who Lives at Home". Segel is Jeff, a thirty-year old softhearted stoner, content to an existence of...

Jason Segel And Ed Helms In The Trailer For The Duplass Brothers' JEFF, WHO LIVES AT HOME

Never having been a particular fan of the Duplass Brothers - not that I dislike them, I'd simply never seen one of their films at this point - their latest effort came as a pleasant surprise at the tail end...

Sundance 2012 Review: ARBITRAGE Finds Gere's Stock Rising

They say cinematic trends are a snapshot of our times and that certainly seems to be the case with the uptick of financial services dramas we've seen of late. Last year it was J.C. Chandor's Margin Call which made a...

TIFF 2011: JEFF, WHO LIVES AT HOME Review

Jeff's life, it must be said, has not turned out the way he may have hoped. Thirty years old, a bit overweight, and unemployed, Jeff (Jason Segel) lives in his mother's basement where he spends his days smoking a bong...

Everyone Can Watch Adam Yauch's Complete FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHT REVISITED Short Film Now!

UPDATE A couple days ago The Beastie Boys put up the International Version on YouTube. You can find it embedded below. Play the spot the celebrity game with us. Adam Yauch's short film Fight For Your Right Revisited - featuring an all...

Beastie Boys Past vs Beastie Boys Future. FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHT: REVISITED Trailer Arrives!

Robert Downey Jr. Jack Black. Will Ferrell. Ted Danson. Danny McBride. Seth Rogen. Elijah Wood. John C Reilly. These guys - and more - got together a while back to star in Fight For Your Right: Revisited, the directorial debut...