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2013 Los Angeles Film Festival: I’m So Excited (*½)

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Traveling along the same vibe as 'The Campaign' (2012), 'I'm So Excited', created by Pedro Almodovar, is a raunchy comedy about a dramatic flight...

LA Film Fest Preview

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It wouldn't quite be summer in the entertainment capital of the world without the opening of the 19th annual Los Angeles Film Festival.  The...

Decompressing the Contenders from Cannes – Are There Any Oscar Nominees?

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The 2013 Cannes Film Festival has come to a close.  Blue is the Warmest Colour by director Abdellatif Kechiche won the prestigious Palme d'Or...

Blue is the Warmest Color wins the Palme d’Or, Bejo and Dern pick up...

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The Cannes Film Festival wrapped up today and Blue is The Warmest Color took the Palme d'Or. The coming of age lesbian drama was...

Possible Palme d’Or Winners at Cannes Film Festival!

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It's incredibly difficult to predict the winner of the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival each year, so much so that in fact...

Bruce Dern Gets Praise from Cannes for Alexander Payne’s ‘Nebraska’

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Alexander Payne has been someone who has been looked at as one of the most consistent directors in the business. Many of his films...

Cannes Reacts to Nicolas Winding Refn’s ‘Only God Forgives’ With a Clear Divide!

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I feel very confident that it may be time to seriously look to Academy Award nominee Kristin Scott Thomas as a potential candidate for...

First reactions to James Franco’s ‘As I Lay Dying’ pour in!

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James Franco has become an interest creative force in Hollywood the past few years. From producing documentaries about BDSM porn to acting in films...

Sony Pictures Classics Picks Up ‘The Past’

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Any other result would have been a real surprise/disappointment for the studio I'm sure, but still, it's good to hear that Sony Pictures Classics...

‘Inside Llewyn Davis’ Captivates the crowd at Cannes!

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The latest high-profile film to debut at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival is Inside Llewyn Davis by Joel Coen and Ethan Coen, a movie...

Twitter Reactions Erupt for Sofia Coppola’s ‘The Bling Ring’ From Cannes!

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Much like last year, since there's no official Awards Circuit presence over at the Cannes Film Festival, I plan to bring you the initial...

Film Review: Stories We Tell (***½)

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MONTCLAIR FILM FESTIVAL: Sarah Polley continues to become one of the most innovative and inventive directors working today and its proved by what she...

Best of the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival!

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Better late than never right...The festival has officially come to a close and the jury announced their winners for various categories.  Many films made...

TRIBECA: ‘Farah Goes Bang’, ‘Fresh Meat’, and ‘Six Acts’

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Farah Goes Bang (***) A filmmaker needs to do something to distinguish themselves when opting to make a road trip film, especially when it involves...

G.B.F. (★★★½)

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TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL: A new film for the generation of Mean Girl lovers, Darren Stein's G.B.F. is a hilarious and down right touching motion picture. Starring Michael J. Willet as...

TRIBECA: ‘A Case of You’ and ‘The English Teacher’

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A Case of You (★★½) TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL: Where the romantic comedy A Case of You, starring Justin Long and Evan Rachel Wood, succeeds is...

Top 10 Anticipated Films from 2013 Montclair Film Festival!

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Today kicks off the second annual Montclair Film Festival in Montclair, New Jersey.  Located about twenty miles outside of Manhattan, this quiet yet very...

TRIBECA: ‘The Project’, ‘Let Them Wear Towels’, and ‘Oxyana’

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The Project (★★★½) Capturing graphic and stunning images of a war many are unaware, Shawn Efran & Adam Ciralsky's The Project is a timely and...

2013 Tribeca Film Festival Announces Awards

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As the Tribeca Film Festival gets ready to close its doors this weekend, at least until next year, the juries for various categories have...

Sunlight, Jr. (★★)

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TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL: Laurie Collyer brought the very best out of Maggie Gyllenhaal with her feature film debut of Sherrybaby (2006), a performance that...

Hide Your Smiling Faces (★★★★)

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TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL: No film at the Tribeca Film Festival or any film in recent memory has captured the cultural and significant impacts of...

Whitewash (★★★½)

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TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL: Since his first entry into the realm of Oscar-lovers and voters, Thomas Haden Church seemed like a one-trick pony.  His newest...

TRIBECA: Trust Me (***)

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Though not quite on the same level as his directorial debut 'Choke' (at least for me), actor/filmmaker Clark Gregg shows us that he's a...

Adult World (★★★½)

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TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL: There are always films that seem to define the youth of the decade.  In the 1980s, you can make an argument...

Almost Christmas (★★★) – “All Is Bright”

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TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL: Phil Morrison blazed onto the scene with Junebug (2005) and managed to introduce the cinematic world to the blissful abilities with...

TRIBECA: The Pretty One (***½)

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The humor tinged drama 'The Pretty One' had a lot of ways in which it could have turned out poorly.  It's got a high...

Bluebird (★★½)

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TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL: Debut writer/director Lance Edmands puts an admirable touch on his film Bluebird starring John Slattery and Amy Morton.  The story and...

TRIBECA: Lil Bub & Friendz (**½)

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People in this line of work like to joke that documentaries only focus on incredibly downbeat or somber subjects. While that's not 100% accurate,...

Cannes Film Festival Includes ‘Inside Llewyn Davis’, ‘Only God Forgives’, Roman Polanski, and More!

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As we all wait for the "official" announcement of the films that will be playing at this year's prestigious Cannes Film Festival, IndieWire seems...

Prince Avalanche (★★)

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TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL: I've always been a sucker for comedic actors making a strong and firm transition into serious, more dramatic roles.  Though the...

At Any Price (★★★)

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TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL: Writer/Director Rahim Bahrani, responsible for the indie hit, Goodbye Solo (2008) puts some of his best cinematic qualities to use in his newest...

Before Midnight (★★★★)

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TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL: The Tribeca Film Festival kicked off last Thursday with Pre-Festival screenings giving press and industry personnel the opportunity to see the...

SXSW: The East (**½)

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How can a movie with such fantastic performances and interesting subject matter feel so drawn out and boring? It's a quagmire of a situation....

SXSW Snippet Reviews: Some Girl(s), Reality Show, and Big Ass Spider

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SXSW is winding down now and there's only two films left for me to screen, the Zac Efron led At Any Price and The...

SXSW: A Teacher (**½)

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A Teacher, much like other films deal that with taboo subject matter, has the unenviable task of balancing the melodramatic aspects of the story...

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