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Ink & Pixel: Ernest & Celestine

Ink & Pixel is a source of pride and joy for me as a writer and as such, Iím always striving to take this column further for those who read and enjoy it. In an effort to widen the reach of our continuously growing fanbase, Ink & Pixel has been granted permission to broaden its horizons with the inclusion of films from the Horror, Sci-Fi, and Fantasy genres. I hope that you enjoy this bold new...
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Review: The Kings of Summer

PLOT: Three teenaged boys, sick of their home lives, decide to build their own house in a clearing in the woods. REVIEW: It can be dangerous to quickly label a movie a new classic, but sometimes it's unavoidable. Like in the case of THE KINGS OF SUMMER, which is destined to become a summertime staple for years to come. It's a vivid, funny and sometimes wonderfully weird...
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Red-band trailer for The Kings of Summer with Nick Offerman looks like a great entry in the coming-of-age genre

Every year we get inundated with the latest teen romp comedy that follows a standard formula of outcast kids getting into more trouble then they're ever used to with outrageous results that usually lead to them becoming more popular and solving some sort of familial dilemma. Well, THE KINGS OF SUMMER looks to fit right in line with that paradigm, but not in the way you'd expect. Rather...
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The next Stand By Me? Check out the trailer, poster, and featurette for The Kings of Summer with Nick Offerman and Alison Brie

Quite a few classics have emerged from the coming-of-age genre with notables like STAND BY ME, THE BREAKFAST CLUB, THE SANDLOT, SUPERBAD, DAZED AND CONFUSED, and DEAD POETS SOCIETY being some of the best. Now, the indie-pic THE KINGS OF SUMMER, which premiered at Sundance this year to rave reviews, is maneuevering to secure a spot in the "best of" category for the genre. Starring Nick...
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Review: Smashed

NOTE: SMASHED was reviewed as part of our Sundance 2012 coverage in January. PLOT: Kate (Mary Elizabeth-Winstead) and Charlie (Aaron Paul), are young, in love, and happily married. They're also two raging alcoholics- but you couldn't tell either that they have a problem, as they're under the illusion that they still control the booze rather than allow it to control them....
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The first trailer for Smashed featuring Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Aaron Paul is brief yet powerful

We have been hearing a lot about SMASHED and the buzz (no pun intended) surrounding the lead performances from Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Aaron Paul. Now, we have our first look at the trailer. There is nothing glamorous about this trailer. Winstead looks completely wrecked and I imagine that this will be a difficult spiral to witness on the big screen. Aaron Paul looks like Jesse...
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Mary Elizabeth Winstead gets caught by Nick Offerman in this clip from Smashed

I've been hearing about how great SMASHED is for awhile now. Unforutantely, there's been no footage for me to get a taste. Until today that is! A new clip from the film has Nick Offerman (PARKS & RECREATION) confronting Mary Elizabeth Winstead (SCOTT PILGRIM VS. THE WORLD) about drinking on the job. I've seen the serious side of Offerman before, but not anything significant from...
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