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    A new trailer for Wim Wenders’ ‘Every Thing Will Be Fine’ deals with the aftermath of death

    After seven years of making short segments and documentaries, filmmaker Wim Wenders is returning to features once again in his next film. Titled Every Thing Will Be Fine, the film now has a new trailer. Wenders takes on only directorial duties for the feature, working from a screenplay by Norwegian screenwriter Bjørn Olaf Johannessen. The German […] More

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    Robert Duvall’s ‘Wild Horses’ gets a trailer

    “Wiiiiiillld Horses couldn’t drag me away,” The Rolling Stones once sang. Will Robert Duvall be dragging anyone to see his latest crime drama, Wild Horses? The film, which premiered at SXSW and is Duvall’s fourth feature film as a writer/director and his first in 13 years, is the story of a Western detective (Duvall) and his […] More

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    Sundance 2015: ‘I Am Michael’ lacks a clear cinematic viewpoint

    It’s painful to criticize a well-intentioned, socially relevant movie like I Am Michael. Director Justin Kelly’s passion for the project is evident in every frame. Still, there’s no denying this is a deeply flawed and surprisingly sparse film that fails to illuminate its frustrating protagonist. Despite a few moments of emotional clarity and a solid performance from James Franco, I Am Michael leaves you feeling ambivalent and, quite frankly, bored. This is a fascinating story that got lost in translation. More

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    Sundance 2015: ‘True Story’ looks the part of a creepy crime thriller

    True Story is a slick crime thriller that looks great but feels oddly distant. Much like the cold-blooded killer at its core, Rupert Goold’s film is quite the cold fish. Solid performances and striking visuals help to hide a clunky script that delivers its message with the subtlety of a sledgehammer. It doesn’t amount to much, but True Story is a creepy diversion that will keep you entertained. More

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    Sundance 2015: Most Anticipated Films

    With January being the traditional low point of the movie season, cinephiles from around the world look to the Sundance Film Festival for some glimmer of hope.  America’s preeminent independent film festival has graduated some heavy-hitters over the years, including Whiplash, Ida, and Boyhood from last year’s class.  2015’s program boasts an unprecedented balance between […] More

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    Sony officially delays release of ‘The Interview’ following hacks

    Sony has cancelled their plans to release The Interview, issuing this statement via Deadline. In light of the decision by the majority of our exhibitors not to show the film The Interview, we have decided not to move forward with the planned December 25 theatrical release. We respect and understand our partners’ decision and, of course, completely share their paramount interest […] More

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