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NEW IN THEATRES: A Week to Catch Up

Picks of the Week for October 23, 2009: 1) A Serious Man (194 theatres) Directed By: Joel and Ethan Coen Rotten Tomatoes: 86% | Metacritic: 79 I just saw this movie last night and it grew on me more and more as I lie awake last night thinking one it. It has become my favorite […]

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Of the Day – Episode 4 – 10.22.09

Read of the Day: Mike Kaplan, who was a producer on Robert Altman’s film Short Cuts (my favorite film of Altman’s), does a fantastic re-telling of his behind the scenes interactions with Altman during the filming. [The Guardian] News of the Day: Just because it’s news of the day, doesn’t necessarily mean it’s good news. […]

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Toronto Film Festival Wrap-Up – Day #2

The weekend has begun to heat up north of the border and the films everybody has been waiting for are being screened. The second day has been full of praise, Oscar speculation, a few boos, and a little vomit (keep reading for more on that). Here is a wrap-up of news around the web for […]

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Top 10 Films Cannes Made Me Excited For

The Cannes Film Festival wrapped up today with the announcement of the winners earlier today. If you’re like me you spent the past two weeks closely following the festival and trying to decipher which films will see success if they reach the United States. While a lot of the films that screened at Cannes will […]

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Cannes Day 6 – Anti-Antichrist

Two more competition films screened today Lars Von Trier’s Antichrist and Ken Loach’s Looking for Eric. There has still to be one film that has received unanimous praise (besides the opening night film Up), but a lot of strong contenders for the Palme d’Or have emerged. Screenings and Reviews: More dislike for Lars Von Trier’s […]

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Cannes Day 4 and 5 – Weekend Wrap-Up

With the first week of Cannes over, the festival has seen its share of cheers and boos as is to be expected with a lot of critics divided. As we head into the last week of competition, there are more films to look forward to including Pedro Almodovar’s Broken Embraces and Quentin Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds. […]

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