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Archive | August 27, 2015

Rialto Pictures Acquires Ingrid Bergman Cannes Documentary ‘In Her Own Words’

READ MORE: BAMcinématek Presents ‘Ingrid Bergman Tribute’ to Commemorate ‘Casablanca’ Star’s Centennial Birthday Rialto Pictures has acquired U.S. and Canadian theatrical rights to "Ingrid Bergman – In Her Own Words," a feature-length documentary tribute to the international movie icon. Rialto has licensed the title from Paris-based Pretty Pictures. The film had its world premiere in  Full Article…

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3 DC Comics Movies That Should Use Viola Davis

In Suicide Squad, Viola Davis portrays Amanda Waller, the tough-as-nails warden of Belle Reve prison, which houses all of the most nefarious and sadistic villains Batman as ever faced. However, her work will extend beyond the borders of this supervillain team-up film. The actress recently revealed that she signed on to portray the character in  Full Article…

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Michael Caine Rediscovers Youth In New Trailer

‘Getting in shape is a waste of time’ Michael Caine's upcoming slate includes Vin Diesel's The Last Witch Hunter and the sequel to Now You See Me, but while he's keeping busy in elder-statesman roles, it looked as if 2009's Harry Brown was his final film as the lead. Happily that turned out not to  Full Article…

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In depth: Instagramming the movies: The Double’s special effects are the antidote Hollywood needs

Seeing Double This article was first published on April 9, 2014, and has been republished for TechRadar’s Movie Week. In Richard Ayoade’s film, The Double, an over-looked and under-appreciated Simon James is usurped by his exact double, the confident and charismatic James Simon. There’s more diplopia to The Double than its doppleganger storyline though. The  Full Article…

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Aloha – Cameron Crowe

Aloha Cameron Crowe Genre: Comedy Price: $ 14.99 Rental Price: $ 4.99 Release Date: May 29, 2015 A celebrated military contractor (Bradley Cooper) returns to the site of his greatest career triumphs – Honolulu, Hawaii – and reconnects with a long-ago love (Rachel McAdams) while unexpectedly falling for the hard-charging Air Force watchdog (Emma Stone)  Full Article…

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Review: Movie Week: Apple TV

Introduction The rumours have been pointing to an update for Apple’s "hobby" Apple TV for a while now. But while we wait for an official announcement, it’s still worth noting that the current product is still a respectable device. Announced at the same time as the new (now not so new) iPad in March 2012,  Full Article…

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