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    Eight Counts of Grand Theft Cinema

    We love crime movies. We may go on and on about Scorsese’s ability to incorporate Italian neo-realism techniques into Mean Streets (1973), the place of John Huston’s The Asphalt Jungle (1950) in the canon of postwar noir, The Godfather (1972) as a socio-cultural commentary on the distortion of the ideals of the American dream blah […] More

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    Future Films From Steven Soderbergh & Michael Hoffman

    Director Doug Liman (Go, Swingers,) seems to be turning down every job he is offered these days. Only two days ago it was reported that Steven Soderbergh would be tackling The Man From U.N.C.L.E., a project that Liman eventually passed on. U.N.C.L.E. is an adaptation of the American spy double-act TV show of the sixties […] More