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The Best Movie You Never Saw: The Devil's Backbone

Welcome to The Best Movie You NEVER Saw, a column dedicated to examining films that have flown under the radar or gained traction throughout the years, earning them a place as a cult classic or underrated gem that was either before it’s time and/or has aged like a fine wine. This week we’ll be looking at THE DEVIL'S BACKBONE, also known in its true form as...
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12.03.2015
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Director of The Adjustment Bureau to collaborate with screenwriter of The Last Stand on sci-fi project

THE LAST STAND, written by one Andrew Knauer , is in theaters today. And in a fun turn, the believers have been vindicated by solid reviews across the board for the action flick.  While every project changes once a director becomes involved, and the dynamism of Kim Jee-woon's presence is not to be denied, plenty of praise has been direct Knauer's way for a tight, exciting,...
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01.18.2013
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Exclusive 1:1 interviews with The Last Stand stars Forest Whitaker and Rodrigo Santoro!

Forest Whitaker is simply one of the best actors working today. His resume is beyond impressive with BIRD, GHOST DOG: THE WAY OF THE SAMARAI, THE LAST KING OF SCOTLAND and so many more. Also impressive is his co-star in THE LAST STAND, Rodrigo Santoro who has pretty terrific resume as well including CHE: PART ONE and PART TWO, as well as his work on the series “Lost.” One of the...
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01.18.2013
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Review: The Last Stand

PLOT: A weary sheriff learns that a recently escaped drug lord, on the run from the Feds, aims to cross the border into Mexico via his dusty little town. In order to stop the man - and the mercenaries that are already laying in wait nearby - he must assemble a small, ragtag army. REVIEW: A very welcome respite from the "Jason Bourne-ing" of most action films released nowadays,...
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01.17.2013
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Arnold Schwarzenegger updates on Twins sequel, his director dream list, and the role he wished he'd never turned down

This week Arnold Schwarzenegger jumps back into the film business after a long hiatus as Governor of California.  The actor has a number of high-profile projects lined up and seems to be unfazed as to whether or not people are ready for his return or not.  Hey, he said he'd be back...he didn't say you had to like it.  Schwarzenegger took to Reddit yesterday and did a...
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01.16.2013
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Exclusive 1:1 interview with the gorgeous Jaimie Alexander from The Last Stand

The second I walked in the room with the lovely Jaimie Alexander , I felt comfortable. Not only is she a stunningly attractive woman but she has this amazing energy as well. Add to that she happens to be very talented and you’ve got the complete package. Thankfully, you get to see her really shine in THE LAST STAND, the latest Arnold Schwarzenegger flick. As the inexperienced deputy,...
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01.16.2013
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Interview: The Last Stand Stars Arnold Schwarzenegger and Johnny Knoxville

Arnold Schwarzenegger is one of the most iconic figures if Hollywood that has ever lived. It is hard not to be in awe of his cigar chomping, larger-than-life presence. From CONAN THE BARBARIAN to THE TERMINATOR to TRUE LIES, he has become a legendary figure that is once again - after eight years as the Governor of California – is back on-screen in THE LAST STAND. His co-star is a...
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01.14.2013
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Bloody good red-band trailer for Schwarzenegger's The Last Stand gives you an idea of what to expect

Just in time for its impending release, Arnold Schwarzenegger's big screen return movie, THE LAST STAND, has shown its hand with a red-band trailer.  For some reason it never occured to me that this was rated R, but sure enough, it is.  Does it earn that R?  Well, we won't know for sure until it hits theaters, but this new trailer is a pretty good indicator, capitalizing on some bloody...
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01.08.2013
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Arnold Schwarzenegger feels old in the latest clip from The Last Stand

How cool is it to see Arnold Schwarzenegger back in action? I'm sure that many of you are ready to see him back in the role of CONAN. I was reminded of how much I missed Schwarznegger the action star when I watched LAST ACTION HERO over the weekend. That's definitely one of my favorites. Why it catches so much shit I will never understand. To each his own, I guess. A clip has...
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01.03.2013
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Poster Round-Up: Exorcisms, Schwarzenegger, Cabins, and Spoilers abound!

ADVANCE SPOILER WARNING for the last poster on the list.  You've been warned. The Poster elfs have been busy!  Today, we've got a nice batch of interesting, weird, spoilery, and crappy posters to show you.  If you like shitty exorcism movies, offbeat horror flicks, or popcorn action flicks, then this post will likely give you something to beam about.  First, let's...
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01.03.2013
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Update: The final trailer for Schwarzenegger's return vehicle The Last Stand is here

UPDATE: Yeah, so, obviously this isn't new.  I was duped. The official Facebook page is having a contest to send the "final" trailer out through the social media stratosphere and I got suckered, thinking this was the FINAL "final" trailer.  My apologies for the redundant post.  Still, you can enjoy that "final" trailer one more time before the film comes out next month....
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12.13.2012
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Trailer two-fer: Sixty-second spot for The Last Stand and James McAvoy in crime thriller Welcome To the Punch

The fact that this new sixty-second spot for THE LAST STAND reuses many of the same action beats seen in past trailers indicates one of two things to my cynical mind: either we're being flooded with footage from all of the best beats in the hopes of getting audiences into cinemas, or we're being shown just enough to get us excited while most of the best stuff is actually being kept close...
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12.12.2012
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