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Watch our Oscar "Best Picture" Retrospective for 2006 (video)

In this recurring series we take a look at the Oscar nominations of years past, examining the flicks that were nominated, as well as the pic we feel got snubbed among all the other candidates. Love 'em or hate 'em, the Oscars usually highlight the best films from each year (although there are plenty that get overlooked) and it's always fun to look back and see what was...
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07.12.2017
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Review: Going in Style

PLOT: After their pensions are wiped out, three elderly men ( Michael Caine , Morgan Freeman & Alan Arkin ) hatch a scheme where they’ll rob a bank and use the funds to make up for the money that was stolen from them. REVIEW: For those unaware, GOING IN STYLE is actually a remake of one of director Martin Brest ’s (BEVERLY HILLS COP, MIDNIGHT RUN) first movies, which...
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04.07.2017
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Uma Thurman re-teams with Lars von Trier for The House That Jack Built

Funnily enough, I'm sitting here listening to The Talking Heads song "Psycho Killer" as I prep the forthcoming news that Uma Thurman will be joining director Lars von Trier, once again, for his serial killer thriller THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT. Back in 2013, Thurman starred as Mrs. H in von Trier's NYMPHOMANIAC - a two-part erotic drama film series. Since then, Uma...
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03.07.2017
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TV Review: Wayward Pines - Season 1 Episode 1 "Where Paradise Is Home"

M. Night Shyamalan is not exactly the trusted name he used to be. Ten years ago,Shyamalan carried with him a level of credibility that told the viewer that his movies were something special with a guaranteed twist you didn't see coming. His last half dozen films have instilled less and less confidence that he is able to pull off what he used to. So, what better what to regain a...
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04.28.2015
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Stream the M. Night Shyamalan directed pilot for Wayward Pines online now

Yesterday we got our first look at M. Night Shyamalan's THE VISIT which looks like a return to form for the once promising director. Whether that turns out to be true remains to be seen, but we can judge another project from the filmmaker right now. The first episode, directed by Shyamalan, is streaming via Hulu for the next week in advance of the premiere of the 10 episode...
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04.24.2015
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Creepy new trailer for the event series Wayward Pines

The television event Wayward Pines from executive producer M. Night Shyamalan may have just landed on my summer watching list. The show, based on the novel "Pines" by Blake Crouch, will remind a lot of you of Twin Peaks and it looks like that may not necessarily be a bad thing. Matt Dillon stars as a Secret Service agent investigating the disappearance of two other...
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02.19.2015
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M. Night Shyamalan produced event series Wayward Pines to debut May 2015

The hot format these days seems to be the "event series" on network television. Basically, it is a mini-series that lasts for a full season of 10 to 13 episodes and, if it works out, could be brought back as a regular series. FX had success with FARGO while FOX is having less success with the about to conclude GRACEPOINT. But, FOX has another big event series coming next year in WAYWARD...
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12.09.2014
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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....
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05.06.2014
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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...
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03.13.2014
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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...
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03.12.2014
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Review: Sunlight Jr.

PLOT : Melissa and Richie are a couple trying to survive during hard times in a small town. She works miserable hours at a mini-market and he is a paraplegic who attempts to support her emotionally when he is able. All of it becomes too much to bear when job loss and unexpected pregnancy finds its way into their lives. REVIEW : There is a bleak and disheartening world created in the...
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11.11.2013
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Review: Pawn Shop Chronicles

PLOT : PAWN SHOP CHRONICLES features three different stories involving revenge, kidnapping, meth labs and murder. Each revolves around an object bought and sold at a local pawn shop. With a trio of racists, an Elvis impersonator and a man searching for his missing wife, there is a ton of un-PC fun to be had. REVIEW : White trash aficionados have something to celebrate this week! In...
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07.08.2013
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