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Elijah Wood plays a Grand Piano
From Frodo to indie horror master: why Elijah Wood is feeling optimistic about the film biz Considering his intercontinental travel itinerary and late night work schedule over the past month, it’s...
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New York City
A Look at What the Broadcast TV Networks Have in ...
... is a flat circle. Everything we’ve ever done or will do, we’re gonna do over and over and over again.” —Rustin Cohle While his musings have more to do with Nietzsche than Nielsen, True...
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Cult of Karyn: Stars flock to her vegan food
Article Extras The world’s biggest star recently scooted up to the North Side and grabbed a raw lunch from a restaurant on Halsted that just so happens to be owned by the hippest, healthiest,...
Read more at Chicago Sun-Times
DVD & Blu-Ray reviews: The Butler, Short Term 12,...
Forest Whitaker (above) plays stoical Cecil, who rises from the cotton fields – where he witnesses his mother (Mariah Carey) raped and father shot dead – to the White House, serving under seven...
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Review: 'The Bag Man' is a debacle
What is it with
and hotels? In 1990's "The Grifters," he's brought to a grimy motel room to identify a body. Then, in 2003's "Identity," he's among a group of strangers at a hotel. And in...
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Film Guide - March 7, 2014
... Rise of an Empire: lots of slow motion shots of guys being impaled on swords and blood spraying around. Companion piece to the original film, though Eva Green gets a whole lot more screen time...
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Rain Returns With Movie Roles, Album Showcase
After a two-year career break, South Korean pop star-actor Rain is gearing up for a global comeback. The 31-year-old talent spent 21 months from 2011 to 2013 away from the spotlight, serving...
Read more at Billboard
Brian A. Miller
Mobster movie 'Bag Man' deserves the sack
There are so many good reasons to bag �The Bag Man.� Where to begin? Director David Grovic, who cowrote the mobster thriller with Paul Conway, seems to be inspired by the seedy crime-noir sensibility...
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Detroit Free Press
Robert De Niro
NPR Story | Alaska Public Media
A Panicky Pianist, Playing Like His Life Depends On It A world-renowned pianist known for cracking under the pressure of performance sits down to play a concerto before a packed hall. Then he sees...
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Elijah Wood gets serious about the ivories making...
Elijah Wood, left, and
in "Grand Piano," a Magnet Release. (Courtesy of Magnet Releasing/MCT) There’s a huge, scary gap between piano lessons as a kid and playing “the most gifted concert...
Read more at The San Angelo Standard-Times
In Theaters This Weekend : Film-television
... Rise of an Empire 1 hr 43 min | R | Released March 7 Director: Noam Murro Based on Frank Miller's latest graphic novel, Xerxes, and told in the breathtaking visual style of the blockbuster 300,...
Read more at The Times of Northwest Indiana
The man behind '20 Feet From Stardom'
Friesen, longtime president of A&M Records, was at a performance by Leonard Cohen in Las Vegas several years ago when he got the idea to explore the question of why support singers who, although...
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The San Angelo Standard-Times
Fail Again, Fail Better
Adult World begins with a suicide attempt: A young girl puts her head in an oven while a poster of Sylvia Plath stares into the distance, unmoved. But it takes too long for the oven to heat up or...
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'Bag Man' burdened down by nonsensical clich�s
You know "The Bag Man" is headed for the cinematic toilet the moment it opens with bad guy Robert De Niro calmly eating dinner, alone, while conducting a business meeting with
. How come...
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Robert De Niro
The Tyee – Apollo Ghosts Have a New Band? Cool!
Adrian Teacher takes us back to Cool school. When Apollo Ghosts broke up last year, I was crushed. The jangle-punk outfit had long been my favourite local band, and I wasn't the only one; the Ghosts...
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300: Rise of an Empire, Mr. Peabody & Sherman
The Weekend Warrior: 300: Rise of an Empire, Mr. Peabody & Sherman Normally, the saying is that March comes in like a lion, and goes out like a lamb, and that's the case at theaters as we're getting...
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Work by Palestinian filmmaker kicks off Arab film...
... I Saw You,� a coming-of-age story from Palestinian filmmaker Annemarie Jacir, opens the 2014 Arab Film Festival at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the Michigan Theater in Ann Arbor. Set in 1967, the film...
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Arab American National Museum
'The Bag Man': Left in the dark, trying too hard
... Bag Man” takes the term “film noir” a bit too literally. In its effort to evoke — or perhaps to parody — the style of mid-century crime thriller characterized by whiskey-swilling antiheroes,...
Read more at Red Bluff Daily News
Roberts could learn from Cusack in 'Adult World'
Roberts could learn from Cusack in ‘Adult World’ Any worries we had that
was going to have trouble finding roles as he circled the day he gets that AARP card in the mail are mollified by...
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How I Built a Platform For Movie Studios To Suppo...
I found my diary from when I was 10. I turned it into a script. Then, I made a movie.
narrated. Our soundtrack is 80s gold. We won Audience Awards and Best Feature Film—at over a dozen...
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