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    Circuit 3 Special Edition: James Gandolfini

    By now you’ve probably heard the sad news about the death of James Gandolfini. The star of the HBO series The Sopranos died at the age of 51 from an apparent heart attack while in Rome. Gandolfini will likely be remembered best for playing mob boss Tony Soprano, a role that earned him a Golden Globe, three […] More

  • Andrew Dominik sits down to talk ‘Killing Them Softly’ and more!

    I think it’s safe to say at this point that filmmaker Andrew Dominik has a bit of a following. The director of Chopper (2000), The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford (2007), and most recently Killing Them Softly (2012) has yet to really find commercial success, but critical success has come early […] More

  • Snippet Reviews: ‘Hitchcock,’ ‘Killing Them Softly,’ and ‘Any Day Now’

    Sacha Gervasi’s much-anticipated Hitchcock was supposed to deliver a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of the Master of Suspense’s masterpiece (Psycho) and its improbable success. Instead, this disaster became an outlandish fantasy around the film’s crazed director (Anthony Hopkins) and the strained relationship with his wife (and uncredited collaborator) Alma Reville (Helen Mirren, in one of the […] More

  • Weekend Openings: 11/30/2012

    We have a bit of a slow weekend for new releases this week, with a few stragglers trying to occupy theaters in the calm before the end-of-year, heavy-hitter storm.  Killing Them Softly, Andrew Dominik’s mob thriller, is the most notable newbie. More

  • Killing Them Softly (***½)

    As angry as any film you’ll see this year, but also probably as entertaining at the same time, ‘Killing Them Softly’ is a movie that works on multiple levels. Some might only see an effective and enjoyable mob tale, and some filmmakers might have been content to stop there, but others will no doubt notice […] More

  • A Week’s Worth of Posters

    This week we have several character posters (Les Mis; The Hobbit; Rise of the Guardians) as well as new posters from Ang Lee’s Life of Pi, Robert Redford’s The Company You Keep, Kathryn Bigelow’s Zero Dark Thirty, and a teaser for Marc Forster’s World War Z. The poster of the week honor goes to Andrew Dominik’s […] More

  • Too Many Actors, Too Little Spaces – A Look at Best Actor

    Oscar Predictions, how I love thee yet how I hate thee.  As I revealed the newest set of predictions this time around and took a look at the next five months, I haven’t dived into serious awards analysis in a while.  A lot of the reason was I felt it was too early and we […] More

  • More Galas and Special Presentations still to be announced at TIFF

    Like many of the readers I was surprised by the large numbers of Gala Presentations and Special Presentations announced early for this years Toronto International Film Festival, just as I was that some titles I had hoped would be announced…were not. I spoke with the Press Office today and they confirmed that there are still […] More

  • Trailer for ‘Killing Them Softly’

    Last night, a Trailer we’ve been waiting a while for finally dropped into our laps. Andrew Dominik made a gem the last time out with ‘The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford’ and now he’s back with the Brad Pitt crime flick ‘Killing Them Softly’. The Trailer can be seen after the […] More

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    The Weinstein Company moves up the release date of ‘The Master’ to September!

    Yes, believe it or not…you won’t have to wait much too much longer to see Paul Thomas Anderson’s new film ‘The Master’. Originally scheduled to hit theaters during the middle of October, Variety is reporting here that The Weinstein Company now has the film opening in limited release on September 14th, with a theater expansion […] More

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