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    Interview: Bridget Savage Cole and Danielle Krudy Discuss the Legacy of Women and Their New Film ‘Blow the Man Down’

    In the midst of chaos and uncertainty, Amazon eases our collective anxiety with the release of “Blow the Man Down,” a new film from a pair of talented women. Bridget Savage Cole and Danielle Krudy co-wrote and co-directed this mystery that is part drama, part comedy, and entirely captivating. Sophie Lowe and Morgan Saylor play […] More

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    Amazon Studio’s ‘Blow the Man Down’ is a Chilly Tale of Small Town Secrets

    Behind every quaint, little small town lies a big, dark secret. The modest fishing village of Easter Cove, Maine is no exception. When two young, grieving sisters have a run-in with a dangerous, shady outsider (Ebon Moss-Bachrach), the town’s dirty little secret is threatened to come to light. While trying to conceal their crime and […] More

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    Film Review: In ‘Table 19,’ Russell, Kendrick and an Adept Ensemble Add to the Duplass Brothers’ Nonpareil Filmographies

    “Table 19“ is further proof that the Duplass brothers can do no wrong. Mark Duplass and Jay Duplass have consistently consummated what very few filmmakers have been able to do in their careers: they have complete creative control over all of their projects. They have joined independent royalty along the likes of Richard Linklater, Quentin Tarantino and […] More

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    Film Review: ‘Other People’ Offers a Sensitive and Beautiful Tale With Molly Shannon Shining

    First-time director Chris Kelly‘s sensitive and thoughtful “Other People” is one of the year’s most joyous surprises. Smart, subtle, and utterly heart-wrenching, Kelly constructs an exceptional dramedy that touches all the senses. Boasting two sensational performances from stars Jesse Plemons and Molly Shannon, it’s one of the best independent features to hit screens this year. […] More

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    TV Review: HBO’s ‘7 Days in Hell’ with Andy Samberg and Kit Harrington

    Much like the works of Sacha Baron Cohen, Christopher Guest and Ricky Gervais, which have glorified and introduced generations of viewers to the mock documentary style approach to comedy, HBOs latest film “7 Days in Hell” will, also, soon, become a staple of the docu-parody approach to film. At the pinnacle of their career is […] More

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    Sam’s FINAL 2014 Emmy Nomination Predictions

    You’ve read the Emmys Circuit series, now it’s time for my final Emmy predictions, just in time for the Emmy nominations on Thursday, July 10.  Be sure to check out Clayton’s predictions, too (even though mine will be more accurate).  I’ll begin with Guest Acting, transition into Supporting, and Lead, finishing with the two series […] More

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    June Squibb is Definitely Not Guilting You Into Voting For Her

    Get to know Oscar® Nominee June Squibb in a funny video from Jimmy Kimmel Live. Nebraska received six Oscar® nominations including Best Supporting Actress After receiving a sweepstakes letter in the mail, a cantankerous father (Bruce Dern) thinks he’s struck it rich, and wrangles his son (Will Forte) into taking a road trip to claim […] More

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    ‘Nebraska’ Featurette Highlighting Oscar Nominated Cinematographer Phedon Papamichael

    Paramount Pictures is hitting the ground running already after scoring six Academy Award nominations for Nebraska including Best Picture, Best Actor (Bruce Dern), Best Supporting Actress (June Squibb), Best Director (Alexander Payne), Best Original Screenplay (Bob Nelson), and Best Cinematography for Phedon Papamichael. Check out the featurette highlighting the work of the esteemed DP. FEATURETTE: More

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    AFI Fest: Nebraska (★★★★)

    Occasionally, a film will come along that, as soon as the credits roll, I immediately want to watch it again. That was the case with Alexander Payne‘s Nebraska. Set in the red states of the Big Sky Midwest is the story of Woody (Bruce Dern), an aging and grumpy alcoholic determined to get from Billings, […] More

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