Blue Valentine (2010)

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Blue Valentine Release Date
December 29, 2010
Blue Valentine Synopsis

Blue Valentine is the story of love found and love lost told in past and present moments in time. Flooded with romantic memories of their courtship, Dean and Cindy use one night to try and save their failing marriage. Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams star in this honest portrait of a relationship on the rocks.
Blue Valentine Credits
Starring: Ryan Gosling, Michelle Williams, Mike Vogel, John Doman, Ben Shenkman
Directed by: Derek Cianfrance
Produced by: Lynette Howell, Alex Orlovsky, Jamie Patricof
MPAA Rating: [ R ]
Distributor: The Weinstein Company
Release Date:  December 29, 2010
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Derek Cianfranceís followup to his amazing Blue Valentine, The Place Beyond the Pines was already one of our most anticipated films of 2012. The film reunites the director with Ryan Gosling as well as bringing in new recruit Bradley Cooper. As if that's not exciting enough, the film has just brought in Mike Patton to compose the score.
by Jesse Carp January 9, 2012 discussion comments
Blue Valentine And Biutiful Release Date Shuffle Blue Valentine And Biutiful Release Date Shuffle
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by Will LeBlanc December 22, 2010 discussion comments
Interview: Blue Valentine Director Derek Cianfrance On The MPAA And Removing The Fantasy Interview: Blue Valentine Director Derek Cianfrance On The MPAA And Removing The Fantasy
Last week proved huge for the Sundance hit Blue Valentine. After being slapped with an NC-17 rating by the MPAA, which would have killed any chances of the film being seen in mainstream theaters
by Eric Eisenberg December 13, 2010 discussion comments
MPAA Overturns Blue Valentine NC 17 Rating MPAA Overturns Blue Valentine NC 17 Rating
Back in October the movie world was flummoxed when the film Blue Valentine was slapped by the MPAA with an NC-17 rating. Providing further proof that the organization is more offended by sexual content
by Eric Eisenberg December 8, 2010 discussion comments
New Blue Valentine Poster Shows Its Lighter Side New Blue Valentine Poster Shows Its Lighter Side
This new poster that showed up at The IMP Awards is basically the direct opposite of the one we posted last week. This one is light and touching in a romantic, The Notebook sort of way while the other showed more of the
by Will LeBlanc November 20, 2010 discussion comments
The Weinstein Company Lawyers Up To Fight The MPAA The Weinstein Company Lawyers Up To Fight The MPAA
In a press release the company has announced their plans to fight the MPAA on both ratings, lumping together two films that might otherwise have to struggle on their own, and probably lose
by Katey Rich November 19, 2010 discussion comments
New Poster For Blue Valentine New Poster For Blue Valentine
The new poster has been released over at Yahoo! Movies and while itís not flashy, neither is the film. Itís a dramatic poster, heavily vignetted, but the titling gives it enough of a fun feel to match the inevitable scenes in the film where the relationship is actually going well
by Will LeBlanc November 10, 2010 discussion comments
The Weinstein Company Will Fight The MPAA Over Blue Valentine's NC-17 Rating The Weinstein Company Will Fight The MPAA Over Blue Valentine's NC-17 Rating
Blue Valentine isn't some tiny indie just trying to scrape ahead in this world-- it's a tiny indie represented by the strongest voice out there
by Katey Rich October 14, 2010 discussion comments
First Trailer For Sundance Hit Blue Valentine, Film Gets Slapped With NC-17 Rating First Trailer For Sundance Hit Blue Valentine, Film Gets Slapped With NC-17 Rating
If you watch the new trailer for the Ryan Gosling-Michelle Williams film Blue Valentine posted below, you'll see it as a nice, sweet, gentle romantic
by Eric Eisenberg October 8, 2010 discussion comments
Blue Valentine Clips Focus On The Happier Days Blue Valentine Clips Focus On The Happier Days
Last month Blue Valentine screened at Cannes to as warm a reception as it got at Sundance earlier this year, which means it is all set to take Oscar season by storm when it shows up in theaters at the very end of this year
by Katey Rich June 7, 2010 discussion comments
Blue Valentine Clip: Ryan And Michelle In Happier Times Blue Valentine Clip: Ryan And Michelle In Happier Times
Blue Valentine was one of those breakout Sundance hits I just couldn't get behind. Most people I knew who saw it found it touching, heartbreaking and impeccably acted, whereas I mostly felt like it was over-directed and implausible
by Katey Rich May 13, 2010 discussion comments
Official Cannes Lineup Includes Doug Liman, But No Terrence Malick Official Cannes Lineup Includes Doug Liman, But No Terrence Malick
The United States, as usual, isn't all that represented, with Fair Game the only American competition title, and only Derek Cianfrance's Blue Valentine-- which debuted at Sundance this year
by Katey Rich April 15, 2010 discussion comments
Blue Valentine Picked Up For Release By Weinstein Co. Blue Valentine Picked Up For Release By Weinstein Co.
Apparently the Weinsteins believe they can launch an Oscar campaign for Michelle Williams' performance, which is a dead-on strategy-- she's amazing in the film, overcoming a weakly drawn character
by Katey Rich January 29, 2010 discussion comments
Sundance Review: Blue Valentine Sundance Review: Blue Valentine
The complex, arty version of this film knows that there are no simple answers, that people donít have easily understandable motivations, especially in matters of love. But in a film that goes to great lengths to bring us close
by Michael Gottwald January 27, 2010 discussion comments
Michelle Williams And Ryan Gosling Ready To Work On Their Marriage Michelle Williams And Ryan Gosling Ready To Work On Their Marriage
In January 2008 Michelle Williams was nearly ready to start filming the indie drama Blue Valentine, in which she and Ryan Gosling would play a couple remembering better times as their marriage falls apart. Then Heath Ledger died, and Williams delayed shooting to give her time to mourn
by Katey Rich May 12, 2009 discussion comments
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