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Los Angeles Times
An American Cinemathque retrospective shines a light on the best and worst of Stephen King film adaptationsits otherworldly power from many potential sources, but King’s novel provided n
Los Angeles Times / Posted 2 hours ago
its otherworldly power from many potential sources, but King’s novel provided not much more than the skeleton. Canada’s David Cronenberg is no less obsessive an auteur than Kubrick, but his 1983 adaptation of “The Dead Zone”is perhaps his least... Read more
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The Brown and White
Newark native Jerry Lewis, comedian, telethon host, dies at 91Nutty Professor," plus a sequel). Directors such as Woody Allen, Francis Ford
The Brown and White / Posted 2 days ago
Nutty Professor," plus a sequel). Directors such as Woody Allen, Francis Ford Coppola, Steven Spielberg, George Lucas and David Cronenberg were among those who looked up to Lewis as a guiding spirit. They were inspired by his technical... Read more
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NJ.com
Newark native Jerry Lewis, comedian, telethon host, dies at 91"Nutty Professor" plus a sequel). Directors such as Woody Allen, Francis Ford
NJ.com / Posted 2 days ago
"Nutty Professor" plus a sequel). Directors such as Woody Allen, Francis Ford Coppola, Steven Spielberg, George Lucas and David Cronenberg were among those who looked up to Lewis as a guiding spirit. They were inspired by his technical... Read more
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CTV News
Movie reviews: 'The Hitman's Bodyguard' succeeds due to chemistry between actorsto play the reckless brother of an imprisoned man. The former heartthrob has ta
CTV News / Posted 4 days ago
to play the reckless brother of an imprisoned man. The former heartthrob has taken creative risks before in his work with David Cronenberg but with the gritty “Good Time,” he has finally found the kind of critical reaction his ex co-star Kristen... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Robert Pattinson, serious film buff, on loving Claire Denis, Jean-Luc Godard and other world cinema favoritesstill best known for setting hearts aflutter in the “Twilight” movies, drew rav
Chicago Tribune / Posted 5 days ago
still best known for setting hearts aflutter in the “Twilight” movies, drew raves for his change-of-pace performance in David Cronenberg’s art-house chiller “Cosmopolis.” Since then Pattinson has reteamed with Cronenberg on “Maps to the Stars,”... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Maryland Film Festival, Everyman Theatre to collaborate on film seriesParkway tied to Everyman Theatre’s 2017-2018 season. Set for 7 p.m. Sept. 26,
Baltimore Sun / Posted 5 days ago
Parkway tied to Everyman Theatre’s 2017-2018 season. Set for 7 p.m. Sept. 26, the screening of “M. Butterfly,” directed by David Cronenberg and written by David Henry Hwang, based on his Tony-winning play, will be tied to Everyman’s production of... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Cannes diary: Closing thoughts on a so-so festival but a satisfying set of winnersthen starts an affair with his identical twin brother (also Renier), a twist th
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 7 days ago
then starts an affair with his identical twin brother (also Renier), a twist that recalls vintage Brian De Palma and David Cronenberg before the film veers sharply sideways into “Rosemary’s Baby” territory. The result is a marvel of... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Robert Pattinson, serious film buff, on loving Claire Denis, Jean-Luc Godard and other world cinema favoritesstill best known for setting hearts aflutter in the “Twilight” movies, drew rav
Los Angeles Times / Posted 8 days ago
still best known for setting hearts aflutter in the “Twilight” movies, drew raves for his change-of-pace performance in David Cronenberg’s art-house chiller “Cosmopolis.” Since then Pattinson has reteamed with Cronenberg on “Maps to the Stars,”... Read more
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The Irish Times
Carrie on screaming: the 20 best Stephen King movieshuman dramas to play out at a gripping pace. 7: The Dead Zone(1983) Christophe
The Irish Times / Posted 10 days ago
human dramas to play out at a gripping pace. 7: The Dead Zone(1983) Christopher Walken in ‘The Dead Zone’ Neither David Cronenberg nor Stephen King was the phenomenon he would become when the Canadian director delivered this peculiar,... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
How 'Twilight' star Robert Pattinson came to work with the ultra-indie directors of a heroin drama“Good Time,” Pattinson continues a professional reinvention that has also taken
Los Angeles Times / Posted 11 days ago
“Good Time,” Pattinson continues a professional reinvention that has also taken him to collaborations with the likes of David Cronenberg, David Michôd and, shortly, Claire Denis. For all the paces they put him through, though, it's unlikely... Read more
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The New Yorker
Robert Pattinson After “Twilight”expired, though, he has made smart choices, shunning the anodyne and finding em
The New Yorker / Posted 11 days ago
expired, though, he has made smart choices, shunning the anodyne and finding employment with venturesome directors: David Cronenberg, for “Cosmopolis” (2012) and “Maps to the Stars” (2014); Brady Corbet, for “The Childhood of a Leader”... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
With a revelatory Robert Pattinson in the lead, 'Good Time' proves exactly thatfastidiously dismantled. He has done this in part by working with some of the m
Los Angeles Times / Posted 12 days ago
fastidiously dismantled. He has done this in part by working with some of the more interesting names in world cinema, like David Cronenberg, who mined the actor’s previously hidden depths in the 2012 art-house chiller “Cosmopolis,” and James Gray,... Read more
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Sky News Australia
'Ten yrs to move on from Twilight': Pattinsona 'credibility deficit' for his post-'Twilight' career and he managed to overco
Sky News Australia / Posted 16 days ago
a 'credibility deficit' for his post-'Twilight' career and he managed to overcome this by working with directors including David Cronenberg, Werner Herzog and Anton Corbijn. He explained: 'I was aware of a credibility deficit. And so you think,... Read more
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Gulf News
‘Annabelle: Creation’ sees Hollywood play with ‘kindergarten horror’hungry, and the comparisons to unknowable, voracious newborns are there for all
Gulf News / Posted 17 days ago
hungry, and the comparisons to unknowable, voracious newborns are there for all to see. It’s no surprise to discover that David Cronenberg wrote the film shortly after the birth of his own daughter.Child’s Play (1988)Was Don Mancini’s deranged... Read more
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Calgary Sun
'The Dark Tower' is getting poor reviews, here's 7 great Stephen King moviesseem to do best when they’re handled by great directors (as they often, but not
Calgary Sun / Posted 18 days ago
seem to do best when they’re handled by great directors (as they often, but not always, are.) Canada’s own horror auteur David Cronenberg helmed this thriller about a man who awakens from a coma with psychic powers. Christopher Walken and Martin... Read more
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Box Office Prophets
Altered Statesbeen a fan of body horror. I know, this comes from a man who considers Eraserhe
Box Office Prophets / Posted 20 days ago
been a fan of body horror. I know, this comes from a man who considers Eraserhead one of the most striking films ever made. David Cronenberg is one of my topmost respected directors, despite the fact I’m pretty sure his films are slowly driving me... Read more
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/Film
Death Wish First Lookhim a good surgeon are what eventually make him a great killer. Two of Roth’s
/Film / Posted 20 days ago
him a good surgeon are what eventually make him a great killer. Two of Roth’s biggest influences for the remake are two David Cronenberg films, Eastern Promises and A History of Violence, which have the sort of hard-hitting, unflinching violence... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Third film critic lists best movies thus farthat 3-D cinema can be more than a ruse to raise admission prices. • Eastern P
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 1 months ago
that 3-D cinema can be more than a ruse to raise admission prices. • Eastern Promises (2007) -- In his long career, David Cronenberg has developed a knack for sensitizing viewers to the consequences of violence. When his characters get into... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Artsy, gross-out movie 'Kuso' is not for the squeamish— a man who clearly grew up watching the midnight movies of yore. There are ech
Los Angeles Times / Posted 1 months ago
— a man who clearly grew up watching the midnight movies of yore. There are echoes of David Lynch, Alejandro Jodorowsky, David Cronenberg, and even Frank Zappa’s “200 Motels” and Neil Young’s “Human Highway” in Ellison’s surreal, often... Read more

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