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Exclusive: Cool featurette for The Art of The Steal starring Kurt Russell

THE ART OF THE STEAL is hitting blu-ray/DVD today and today we have an exclusive look at a behind-the-scenes featurette that shows how a flashback sequence was created for "The Theft of the Mona Lisa." It's a cool peek into the machinations of working with green screen and digital effects to create a certain look, which here is reminiscent of early 1900's style film....

Review: The Art of The Steal

PLOT: A former thief gets roped into pulling off a massive art heist with his half-brother, who betrayed him years earlier. REVIEW: While not poised to knock anybody's socks off, a very likable ensemble cast and some clever wordplay make Jonathan Sobel's THE ART OF THE STEAL a pleasant surprise. A fairly light-hearted caper flick, it's the rare case where you can feel several...

Exclusive Interview: The Art of the Steal's Kurt Russell and Jonathan Sobol

In THE ART OF THE STEAL, Kurt Russell leads an impressive cast including Jay Baruchel, Matt Dillion and Terence Stamp. Writer/director Jonathan Sobol’s feature film takes a playful look at crime and deception between brothers. Both Russell and Dillion do an impeccable job as rival siblings in a cutthroat world. The lighthearted caper is definitely worth checking out as the ever so...

Review: Stand Up Guys

PLOT: After serving twenty-eight years for refusing to give up one of his close criminal associates, Val is released from prison, anxious to go back to his old ways with two old friends. His newfound freedom could be short-lived, however, as an old nemesis is still holding a serious grudge and aims to kill him before he's even spent 24 hours on the outside. REVIEW: STAND...

First trailer for Stand Up Guys with Al Pacino, Christopher Walken, and Alan Arkin hits

The first trailer for STAND UP GUYS, starring Al Pacino, Christopher Walken, Alan Arkin, and Julianna Margulies has hit and it's much more dramatic than I anticipated.  The stills of the project thus far have looked a bit comical in nature and I was left with the impression that it would be more funny than serious, but the trailer has a much more grim feel to it, which isn't exactly...
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