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The 1937 Movie More Cynical About Marriage Than ‘Gone Girl’ Columbia Pictures Gone Girl is a cynical movie. No doubt. It features two sociopaths working out their deeply troubled marital issues in the public eye with just the right amount of bloodshed. Yet in more than a few ways, it could be an unofficial remake of The Awful Truth, Leo McCarey’s 1937 screwball comedy where two assholes realize that they want to stay married. The movie opens with Jerry Warriner (Cary Grant, naturally) lying to his wife about a trip to Florida (complete with sunlamp sessions at the gym and fake letters).

Best and Worst of 'Fury': Logan Lerman, Shia Labeouf, the Horrors of War The Brad Pitt WWII tank drama "Fury" crashes into theaters this weekend, and HitFix has created a list of the best and worst of the film from director David Ayer ("End of Watch," "Sabotage").http://www.hitfix.com

Weekend Box Office Wrap Up: October 19th, 2014 Brad Pitt returned to the top spot at the box office, but the real story this weekend has to do with a former Batman. In at number 1 is Fury (read our review) with $23.5 million. Fury was a big hit with male audiences, especially those over 35, but it failed to make much of a splash with females. Clearly, the focus on action helped and hurt the film. Even so, Fury should have no problem holding well as the critical buzz and word of mouth continues to spread.

Sound Off: David Ayer's WWII Tank Movie 'Fury' - Your Thoughts? Now that you've seen it, what did you think? War never ends quietly. Now playing in theaters is David Ayer's Fury, starring Brad Pitt as the commander of a tank during WWII. The tank crew is lead by Pitt with Shia LaBeouf as 'Bible', Logan Lerman, Michael Peña as 'Gordo', and Jon Bernthal as 'Coon-Ass' to round things out. The tank heads into Germany near the end of the war and takes heavy fire from a desperate Germany army. So how is it? Is Fury as kick ass as it looks? Does the action surpass the story? How is Shia LaBeouf compared to Brad Pitt or Logan Lerman?

Weekend Box Office Report: October 17-19, 2014 Audiences feel the Fury! Moviegoers were itching for some action this weekend, and having Brad Pitt in command certainly couldn't hurt, putting FURY on top of the box office this weekend with an estimated $23.5 million! The R-rated WWII movie's opening was a bit soft compared to the last two times Pitt went to war (INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS - $38 million; WORLD WAR Z - $66.4 million). But... Read More...

Celebrate 15th Anniversary Of ‘Fight Club’ With Audio Commentary, Plus Vintage Brad Pitt & Edward Norton Interviews Let’s take a minute today to celebrate 15 years since the release of David Fincher’s insomnious, bipolar cult classic, “Fight Club.” Has it really been that long since we first learned how to sell rich women’s asses back to them, to reinvigorate our manhood once the life of an office drone has oppressed it to the point of disappearing, and what the first rule of fight club is? Whatever your thoughts on the film are, its mark on the face of pop culture is indelible, and the debates it continues to incite on masculinity and consumerism are endlessly fascinating.

Interview: Filmmaker David Ayer Captures the Fury of WWII Tank Battles Filmmaker David Ayer (End of Watch) talks to ComingSoon.net about his WWII tank epic Fury, starring Brad Pitt, Shia Labeouf, Logan Lerman, Michael Peña and Jon Bernthal, and more or less denies that he's directing DC Comics' Suicide Squad for Warner Bros. (Which doesn't mean much these days.)

Paul Thomas Anderson‘s “Inherent Vice,” which drew wildly mixed reviews when it premiered at the New York Film Festival, will be a centerpiece gala at the 2014 AFI Fest, the American Film Institute announced on Wednesday. The film will screen on Saturday, Nov.

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