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Review: Rudderless

PLOT : A grieving father discovers the music and lyrics which his son had recorded. In an effort to cope with the loss, he performs one of the songs on an open mic night where a young man in the audience is left in awe. Soon this new found friend convinces him to start a band using the songs that he was left with. REVIEW : RUDDERLESS, the directorial debut of Academy Award nominated...
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10.17.2014
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Review: Trust Me

PLOT: A former child-star-turned-agent ( Clark Gregg ) cant believe his luck when hes approached by a young starlet on the cusp of landing a major franchise role to be her new agent. Soon his dreams of wealth and success are within his reach, but at what cost? REVIEW: TRUST ME has got to have the most misleading poster of all-time. With an image of a lightly...
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06.05.2014
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Exclusive Interview: Trust Me Stars Amanda Peet and Felicity Huffman!

In Clark Gregg’s biting new comedy TRUST ME, the actor has brought together an impressive supporting cast. This includes the incredible Allison Janney, William H. Macy, Sam Rockwell and Molly Shannon. It also features both Amanda Peet and Felicity Huffman. This sly and witty new film is a fascinating look at what goes on behind-the-scenes in Hollywood and both actresses are a nice...
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06.04.2014
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Exclusive Interview: Trust Me Stars Clark Gregg and Saxon Sharbino!

In TRUST ME, the very talented Clark Gregg explores a darker – yet very funny – side of Hollywood. In the film – which he serves as writer, director and star – he plays a one-time child actor who became a slightly sleazy agent for up-and-coming performers. When he discovers a young girl with a ton of talent, he quickly attempts to take her on as a client. The...
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06.03.2014
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Exclusive 1:1 Interview: Trust Me Writer, Director and Star Clark Gregg!

Clark Gregg has to be one of the most down-to-earth gentlemen working in Hollywood. He is a creative and incredibly talented actor, writer, and director. Aside from his brilliant take as Agent Coulson in the Marvel Universe, he also happens to be a very unique filmmaker. In his latest feature film, TRUST ME, which he wrote, directed and also stars in, he plays a former child actor who...
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05.28.2014
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Agent Coulson/Clark Gregg's Hollywood comedy Trust Me gets a new trailer

Clark Gregg has been around Hollywood for a long time, only recently gaining the kind of success he deserves with his fan favorite role as Agent Phil Coulson in Marvel's Cinematic Universe. But, Gregg is also a talented director having helmed the adaptation of FIGHT CLUB author Chuck Palahniuk's CHOKE starring Sam Rockwell and Angelica Huston. But now Gregg is back with his...
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04.24.2014
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Comedy duo Key and Peele join FX's Fargo TV series

"What about Fargo though?!" The brilliant sketch comedy team of Key and Peele, perhaps best known for their love of all things Liam Neeson s and Bruce Willie, are sticking together for a different and decidedly darker comedy series, FX's "Fargo" . We just brought you the teaser for the show, which premieres in April, but clearly work is still ongoing on the Joel and Ethan Coen...
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02.26.2014
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First trailer for FX's Fargo TV series starring Billy Bob Thornton

I was a little leery of FX's FARGO television series based on the classic Joel and Ethan Coen film when it was first announced . But with the Coen Brothers executive producing and a very solid cast (including Martin Freeman , Bob Odenkirk and Oliver Platt ), I've warmed up to the idea and definitely want to check out FX's new limited series. The first trailer for...
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02.26.2014
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Review: The Wind Rises

PLOT : THE WIND RISES explores the life and love of Jirô Horikoshi, the man who designed Japanese fighter planes in World War II. It follows the designer from his childhood to his adult life as the man who created the Mitsubishi A5M. REVIEW : In the English language release of Hayao Miyazaki’s THE WIND RISES, his leading man Jirô Horikoshi is given life thanks...
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02.19.2014
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The Good, The Bad & The Badass: Philip Seymour Hoffman

Shortly after I completed last week’s column on Bill Murray , the sad news of actor Philip Seymour Hoffman ’s passing started to make the news. In the talk-back section of the Murray column, a reader wrote that it was unfortunate Hoffman never got featured in this column, as he was more than worthy. This week we decided to give Hoffman the entry that he was long overdue....
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02.10.2014
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Joseph Gordon-Levitt takes the lead in the U.S. cast for Hayao Miyazaki's The Wind Rises

Joseph Gordon-Levitt is making headlines this evening! Right after a write-up on USA Today, Gordon-Levitt posted a photo of himself during the recording process for the English dub of Hayao Miyazaki 's THE WIND RISES. The actor will voice Jiro Horikoshi, "a young Japanese boy in the early 20th century who dreams of flying with the birds and meeting Italian plane designer...
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12.16.2013
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The Best Movie You Never Saw: Spartan

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 examining David Mamet ’s SPARTAN, starring Val Kilmer , Derek...
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10.04.2013
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