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John Wick

Posted October 13th, 2014 by Binh Ngo

When a retired hit man is forced back into action by a brutal Russian mobster, he hunts down his adversaries with the ruthlessness that made him a crime underworld legend in John Wick, a stylish tale of revenge and redemption set in a brilliantly imagined New York City and starring World Stunt Award-winner Keanu Reeves.

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Paulo Sorrentino's 'The Early Years' Begins Shooting, Storyline Revealed

feedproxy.google.com – The Oscar winner's star-studded film will tell the tale of a retired orchestra conductor being wooed out of retirement by the British Queen. 6 years 8 weeks ago via theothersenhman

Nymph()maniac + Blue is the Warmest Color = Porn

3:26 AM 3/31/2014 by popcorn
Nymphomaniac
If you take all the sex scenes from Nymphomaniac and Blue is the Warmest Color, you have a top quality pornographic film directed by highly regarded auteurs. Why are these films critically acclaimed and respectable mainstream films and not regarded as porn, only watched in some red light district or in the privacy of your hotel room?

'The Fault in Our Stars' Trailer Dares You Not to Cry

12:30 PM 1/29/2014 by Jeff Giles
The Fault in Our Stars
Love and terminal illness: On the big screen, they go together just like chocolate and peanut butter. Just ask the millions of viewers who have wept their way through Love Story or Terms of Endearment or Steel Magnolias or...well, you get the idea. Into this tear-stained breach steps The Fault in Our Stars, sniffling its way into theaters on June 6.

Wes Anderson's 'Grand Budapest Hotel' Opens First Trailer

7:12 PM 10/17/2013 by Jeff Giles
Buda
One day after Fox Searchlight announced it'd be releasing Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel will be opening for business on March 7, 2014, lo and behold, here's the movie's first trailer -- and your first in-depth look at a movie that features the combined acting might of (deep breath) Ralph Fiennes, F.

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Willem Dafoe Back for 'Finding Dory'; Says the Film Will Be Better Than 'Finding Nemo'

screenrant.com – Finding Dory, the sequel to Pixar’s beloved Finding Nemo, will release in theaters 13 years after the original film, yet the story picks up but a year after Dory (voice of Ellen DeGeneres) and Marlin (Albert Brooks) braved reformed sharks, fields of sea mines, jellyfish, seagulls and so many other obstacles on their journey across the ocean to find and rescue Marlin’s son, Nemo. 6 years 39 weeks ago via brucelee
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Willem Dafoe: Spider-Man reboot is a 'cynical approach to making money'

theguardian.com – Actor, who starred as the Green Goblin in Sam Raimi's 2002 take on the web-slinging hero, criticises 2012 reboot• Spider-Man: three star review• The Amazing Spider-Man: four star reviewWillem Dafoe has become the latest actor from Sam Raimi's Spider-Man films to lay into the current reboot, calling it "a cynical approach to making money".Dafoe, who appeared in 2002's Spider-Man as Norman Osborn, aka The Green Goblin, said Hollywood was telling the same story all over again with last year's The Amazing Spider-Man. 6 years 40 weeks ago via brucelee
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Willem Dafoe Joins Keanu Reeves Hitman Thriller 'John Wick'

deadline.com – EXCLUSIVE: Keanu Reeves has a new friend and an enemy in John Wick. Two-time Oscar nominee Willem Dafoe is set play a hitman in the Thunder Road pic. The thriller sees DaFoe’s Marcus character hired to take out the Reeves-portrayed title character, who is a former contract killer himself. And Marcus also happens to be a close friend of the Wick character He was the one who encouraged Wick to leave the life after his wife dies. 6 years 43 weeks ago via jetli
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Willem Dafoe Joins The Fault in Our Stars

comingsoon.net – Willem Dafoe is the latest name to join the cast of director Josh Boone's The Fault in our Stars . Actor Ansel confirmed the news today via his Twitter account. 6 years 44 weeks ago via donnieyen
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First Official Image Arrives From Lars Von Trier's 'Nymphomaniac'

Nymphomaniac
fb.indiewire.com – It's getting on two years since Lars Von Trier made headlines around the world with his ill-advised comments at the Cannes Film Festival, while promoting his film 'Melancholia," comments which saw Von Trier deemed 'persona non grata' at the festival in future. Von Trier's been relatively quiet ever since (even swearing off press altogether), but that's surely about to change, with his two-part new film "Nymphomaniac" on the way before the year is out. 7 years 22 weeks ago via jetli
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