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First Reactions To GODZILLA Come Roaring In

comicbookmovie.com – If you had plans of watching a smorgasbord of Godzilla battling creatures and the military, you may not be pleased with the new film. Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures held a screening of the Gareth Edwards-directed film this evening and early reports indicate Godzilla will have limited screen time. If you happen to enjoy slow-burn monster reveals like what you saw in Jaws, Jurassic Park and Alien, there's a good chance you'll like the film. 16 weeks 18 hours ago via jetli
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First impressions of George Miller's Mad Max: Fury Road with Tom Hardy

joblo.com – It's been several years since George Miller left the dancing/singing penguins to return to a world with barren wastelands, fast cars, and one bad-ass protagonist. This time, Tom Hardy will take up the titular role while Charlize Theron's Furiosa opposes him. MAD MAX: FURY ROAD still has a year to go before it's official release on May 15, 2015, but the first screening of it went down last night and reactions have... 16 weeks 1 day ago via theothersenhman
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Harry's seen CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER & still can't believe the bruises on my ass!

aintitcool.com – CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER is the very best Marvel film to date! Everyone in it is the reason why. It is spectacular! The action is superhuman. Read the full article on AICN Before getting into the review - I want you to know, simply, this is the best Marvel Film to date. 21 weeks 3 days ago via jetli
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Annette Kellerman From SXSW 2014: CESAR CHAVEZ!!

aintitcool.com – The new film from Diego Luna opens March 28. Read the full article on AICN I was very fortunate to attend the SXSW premiere of Diego Luna's CESAR CHAVEZ about the life and struggles of the famous activist and labor organizer. If you're not familiar with the plight of the legendary advocate, Luna's film paints an intimate and very important portrait of the man who championed the lowest men and women on the economic totem pole in the late 60's.

23 weeks 2 days ago via theothersenhman
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SXSW 2014 Review: ‘Only Lovers Left Alive’ Is a New Vampire Classic

feedproxy.google.com – HOLD FOR JACK TO ADDRESS A COUPLE ISSUES Director Jim Jarmusch‘s (Broken Flowers, Dead Man) films have never been for everyone. They’re experimental in a variety of ways, but, for good or bad, they are always Jim Jarmusch films. However, sometimes too much Jarmuschiness can agitate even his own fans.

23 weeks 3 days ago via donnieyen
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SXSW 2014 Review: STARRY EYES, A Surrealistic Trip Down The Boulevard of Broken Dreams

feedproxy.google.com – "Would you give me your body to be a vessel for my voice?," asks the nefarious casting director of the wide-eyed starlet Sarah Walker at the sort of audition parents, boyfriends, and general advocates of decency shudder at the thought. Like so many actresses hustling to get noticed, Walker reluctantly agrees that yes, she would do anything, despite her accurate suspicion that something is rotten in Denmark. 23 weeks 3 days ago via theothersenhman
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SXSW Review: Why 'The Infinite Man' Is an Exemplary Time Travel Comedy

fb.indiewire.com – Time travel mix-ups have provided ample fodder for a range of comedic material, from "Back to the Future" to "Safety Not Guaranteed. The Australian romcom "The Infinite Man" is part of a rare breed that uses the constant pileup of future and past events to enhance its humor and intelligence at once. 23 weeks 4 days ago via donnieyen
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SXSW 2014 Review: ‘Neighbors’ Could Be the Big Studio Comedy to Beat in 2014

feedproxy.google.com – You might expect an R-rated comedy starring Seth Rogen and Zac Efron, directed by the guy who made Forgetting Sarah Marshall and The Five-Year Engagement, to be loose and sloppy, like Rogen’s torso. But Neighbors turns out to be tight and lean and eminently watchable, like Efron’s torso. It’s boisterously funny, yet also focused and perceptive. 23 weeks 4 days ago via theothersenhman
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Berlin Review: Jennifer Connelly and Cillian Murphy Star In Mopey Arctic Drama 'Aloft'

fb.indiewire.com – The snow-encrusted landscapes of the Arctic Circle provide a sweeping backdrop for spiritual yearning in Claudia Llosa's "Aloft," but the heavy-handed drama at the center of Peruvian director Claudia Llosa's first English language feature can't keep pace. 27 weeks 2 days ago via jackiechan
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Review: Lars von Trier's 'Nymphomaniac' is thrilling and hilarious... so far

hitfix.com – The first part of von Trier's controversial erotic epic played as the secret screening at Sundance last night, and it's an impressive start. 30 weeks 2 days ago via jackiechan
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Sundance Review: Lars von Trier's 'Nymphomaniac' Volume 1

feedproxy.google.com – In Lars von Trier’s “Nymphomaniac Volume 1,” Sundance’s hotly anticipated "Secret Screening" on January 21, a bruised and bloody woman, Joe (Charlotte Gainsbourg), is found lying in a back alley by a lonely man (Stellan Skarsgard). Once he ushers her into his home and gets her situated in bed with tea, he invites the woman to tell her story. 30 weeks 2 days ago via theothersenhman
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Sundance Review: 'White Bird in a Blizzard,' Starring Shailene Woodley, an Impressive if Flawed Suburban Tragedy

feedproxy.google.com – Gregg Araki can spin pop-colored, darkly funny suburban tragedies like few other directors working today, with 2004’s “Mysterious Skin” as the formidable example. Sundance premiere “White Bird in a Blizzard,” while not matching the overall emotional swell of “Mysterious Skin,” again finds Araki in top form. Based on Laura Kasischke’s novel of the same title, “White Bird” centers on teen Kat (Shailene Woodley), living a life of angst and parental disappointment in late 1980s suburbia. 30 weeks 3 days ago via theothersenhman
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Sundance Review: Rinko Kikuchi Is Stunning As Alienated 'Fargo' Superfan In the Zellner Bros.' Strangely Transfixing 'Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter'

fb.indiewire.com – Austin-based sibling directors David and Nathan Zellner have been cranking out offbeat, surrealist comedy features and shorts that have gained a minor cult following on the film festival circuit for over a decade, but the profoundly engaging "Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter" successfully broadens their sensibilities. Anchored by the remarkably sensitive presence of lead actress Rinko Kikuchi in every scene, the Zellners' elegant portrait of an alienated Japanese woman intent on discovering the fictional buried treasure from "Fargo" elevates its zany premise to poetic heights. 30 weeks 4 days ago via jackiechan
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Sundance 2014: IVORY TOWER Review

collider.com – After they leave higher education, young people are told they’ll be entering the “real world”, i.e. an unstructured environment where they’ll have to be self-sufficient. They’ll also be entering an absolutely insane place where among the myriad of problems they’ll likely face is that the entry cost to the real world has put them in tens of thousands of dollars of debt.

30 weeks 4 days ago via donnieyen
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