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    WATCH: Netflix Releases First Trailer for J.C. Chandor Film ‘Triple Frontier’ With Ben Affleck

    J.C. Chandor has emerged as one of the more interesting filmmakers over the past decade. “A Most Violent Year” helped to establish Oscar Isaac as a star. “All Is Lost” brought Robert Redford within an inch of Oscar glory. Chandor’s Oscar-nominated screenplay, “Margin Call” helped contextualize Wall Street after the economic crash.  However, Chandor’s direction on “Deepwater Horizon” […] More

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    Jessica Chastain and Oscar Isaac talk ‘A Most Violent Year’

    Anyone who’s seen the film A Most Violent Year can attest to how strong of a pair Jessica Chastain and Oscar Isaac make. During the Press Day for J.C. Chandor‘s film, I was a part of a roundtable interview with Chastain and Isaac. They touched on their time in school together, working on the movie, […] More

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    A MOST VIOLENT YEAR- “Art of the Sell” Clip Released

    A second clip for J.C. Chandor’s most anticipated third film A Most Violent Year, presenting Oscar Isaac’s performance as opposed to Jessica Chastain in the first clip last week, of whom is becoming positioned as their best shot for a nomination in Supporting Actress. Isaac’s performance has already earned a nomination at the Gotham Awards and has been described […] More

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    Film Review: A Most Violent Year (★★★★)

    At the Museum of Modern Art, New York audiences were treated to the “New York Premiere” of J.C. Chandor‘s “A Most Violent Year,” as a part of their Contenders 2014 series.  Chandor’s previous films “Margin Call” and “All is Lost” were also screened there over the years.  The former is a well-told story, which garnered […] More

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    ‘A Most Violent Year’ Joins Original Song Race with “America for Me” by Composer Alex Ebert

    AFI Film Fest is currently underway and kicking things off last Thursday was J.C. Chandor‘s “A Most Violent Year” starring Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain.  The film was very well received, and already feeling like a contender in the top categories including Best Picture.  With Chastain already confirmed in Supporting, switching from her original Lead […] More

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    Second Trailer for ‘A Most Violent Year’ from A24 Films!

    Finally!  After getting a very retro poster last week, J.C. Chandor‘s A Most Violent Year has been given a trailer.  Looks actually VERY good.  Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain look wonderful, with Chastain seemingly having something more in-depth than the typical “wife of tough man” cliche.  Also, the cinematography by Bradford Young looks great.  What […] More

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    Oscar Circuit: When People Stop Being Polite, and Start Getting Real

    It’s always a good time for an Oscar Predictions update, especially in the thick of a festival.  NYFF is about to drop the bomb with Paul Thomas Anderson’s “Inherent Vice” on Saturday and either shine the light on Joaquin Phoenix, or dim it completely for the rest of the season.  Early word has been strong […] More

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    Oscar Circuit: Contenders Set to Take Off for Awards Season

    It’s here.  Awards Season.  The pinnacle of where we worship the road that will eventually lead to the 87th annual Academy Awards on February 22, 2015.  I’m not sure how you can look at the film year as a whole at this point.  I went on record last year as calling 2013 one of […] More

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    Finally! ‘A Most Violent Year’ Trailer, Poster, and Release Date on New Year’s Eve Qualifying Run

    WHAT:   A24, in association with Participant Media and Image Nation, has set a release date for J.C. Chandor’s (All is Lost, Margin Call)) highly anticipated A MOST VIOLENT YEAR.  The film stars Oscar Isaac (Inside Llewyn Davis, Star Wars: Episode VII), Jessica Chastain (Zero Dark Thirty, The Help), and Albert Brooks (Drive, Broadcast News). […] More

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