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Awesome Art We've Found Around The Net: Drive, John Wick, Rocky, Star Wars

Some cliche somewhere said that 'a picture is worth a thousand words.' This has proven to be the case for me and especially when it comes to fan art. I have always sought out great fan art and have wanted to share it with as many people as possible. "Awesome Artwork We've Found Around The Net" is the outlet for that passion. In this column I will showcase the kick-ass...
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02.11.2017
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Review: Mudbound (Sundance) starring Garett Hedlund & Carey Mulligan

PLOT: A woman ( Carey Mulligan ) is forced to relocate when her husband ( Jason Clarke ) buys a farm in rural Mississippi circa WW2. Once there, they get to know a family of tenant farmers working on their property, whose son (Jason Mitchell) has gone to war. REVIEW: Sundance is a very tricky festival when it comes to predicting what will break out and what won’t....
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01.24.2017
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Awesome Art We've Found Around The Net: Aliens, Dracula, Jaws, Luke Cage

Some cliche somewhere said that 'a picture is worth a thousand words.' This has proven to be the case for me and especially when it comes to fan art. I have always sought out great fan art and have wanted to share it with as many people as possible. "Awesome Artwork We've Found Around The Net" is the outlet for that passion. In this column I will showcase the kick-ass...
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10.01.2016
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Why It Works: Drive

Why It Works is an ongoing column which breaks down some of the most acclaimed films in history and explores what makes them so iconic, groundbreaking, and memorable. ****SPOILERS AHEAD**** With THE NEON DEMON slinking its way into theaters this weekend (you can read our review here ), Nicolas Winding Refn is giving us another glimpse into his dark, strange, pink and...
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06.24.2016
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Review: Suffragette

  PLOT: A young factory worker ( Carey Mulligan ) in pre-WW1 England is drawn into the suffrage movement, where she becomes part of the fight to get women the vote and ensure future generations of women get the equal rights she’s denied on a daily basis. REVIEW: There’s a sobering epilogue to SUFFRAGETTE that proves just how relevant a movie like this is in...
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11.04.2015
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Baz Luhrmann brings 1970s song and dance to Netflix with The Get Down

Baz Luhrmann , the director of THE GREAT GATSBY, MOULIN ROUGE and ROMEO AND JULIET, is bringing his own show to Netflix. The Get Down is a mythic saga of how New York at the brink of bankruptcy in the 1970s gave birth to hip-hop, punk and disco - told through the lives and music of the South Bronx kids who changed the city, and the world forever. Luhrmann will direct the first 2 of...
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02.05.2015
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A Nicolas Winding Refn-approved rescore of Drive coming to BBC Three

Love it or hate it, DRIVE has one of the best scores of the last decade. Full of pumping instrumental music and a carefully selected soundtrack of songs that accent the emotional, ahem, drive of the film, DRIVE is a movie that is dependent on music. But, what if that music changes? BBC Radio host Zane Lowe has accepted the challenge and has selected a new set of songs from artists...
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10.20.2014
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Nicolas Winding Refn to finally deliver his sex-film I Walk With The Dead

Nicolas Winding Refn made a big name for himself when DRIVE came out. The film, fancying actions over words, was pretty much a love it or a hate it kinda flick, with most people falling into the former category. I think audiences were expecting some sort of a DRIVE 2 with ONLY GOD FORGIVES (especially with Ryan Gosling as a lead), and were disappointed on that basis. I,...
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06.06.2014
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Blu-Ray Review: Inside Llewyn Davis

A look into the life and trials of a struggling folk singer who never hesitates to roll to the dice when the chips are down in hopes of realizing his dream.
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04.01.2014
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Directors Guild of America nominations snub The Coens, Woody Allen, Alexander Payne, and Spike Jonze

While there may be no surprises as to who is included in the five nominees for Best Director by the DGA this year, there are quite a few notable names left off of the list. The five nominees are Martin Scorsese , Paul Greengrass , David O. Russell , Alfonso Cuaron, and Steve McQueen whose films have all been the most lauded of 2013. But, this also means that several filmmakers of...
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01.07.2014
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The Coens' Inside Llewyn Davis snubbed by the Writers Guild of America for Best Screenplay

Another day has gone by and another film-making guild has snubbed Joel and Ethan Coen 's INSIDE LLEWYN DAVIS. Yesterday, the PGA did not nominate the film for Best Picture and today the Writers Guild of America has left the movie off of their list as well. The Coens have become common names on awards lists for their films with a laundry list of nominations for directing, writing,...
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01.03.2014
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The Good, The Bad and the Badass: The Coen Bros.

After looking at the career of actor Christian Bale last week, in anticipation of OUT OF THE FURNACE, this week we go back behind the camera to look at the careers of arguably the most famous family duo in Hollywood history. The Coen Brothers The Coen Brothers, Joel & Ethan, are among the most enduring names in contemporary film. From their...
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12.09.2013
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