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Review: ‘Sicario’ Is Gut-Wrenching And With Performances To Die For

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Sicario is a movie that comes at you sideways. Sure, that’s true of any movie where you have so few clues about what may be around the next corner, but Sicario is, by definition, a very straight forward police-action drama concerning U.S. officials going after some very heavy Mexican drug lords. This gives us a fairly obvious good-guy, bad-guy shoot …

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Trailer For Coen Brothers Comedy “Hail, Caesar!” Is Out

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What was wrong with the golden era of Hollywood, back in the day of powerful, big lot studios, making films with mega-stars, full orchestras and a cast of thousands? You might direct that question to Eddie Mannix, the go-to problem solver for a big time studio back in the day and the central character in the up-coming Ethan and Joel …

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Watch: Paul Thomas Anderson’s ‘Inherent Vice’ Trailer

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Inherent Vice will be released on December 12 in Los Angeles.  Inherent Vice, the first novel adapted by Thomas Pynchon, written and directed by Paul Thomas Anderson. Anderson has directed some of our favorite movies – Boogie Nights, Magnolia and There Will Be Blood so we’re very excited for his latest release. Inherent Vice takes takes place during the drug fueled haze …

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The 52nd New York Film Festival Foreshadows 2014 Oscar Contenders

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The 52nd annual New York Film Festival (September 26 – October 11) saw it’s share of Oscar contenders, though only six of last year’s twenty Oscar nominations were screened at The New York Film Festival (NYFF), this year boasts a host of talent which may tilt the results in favor of NYFF’s this year, at least when it comes to …

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