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The movies share similarities beyond the shallow fact that I saw them in close proximity, of course-- both employ interviews with subjects who look directly at the camera
She developed the character alongside director Megan Griffiths well before she was even cast, and once shooting began in the Seattle suburbs she and the rest of the crew slipped into a nocturnal rhythm
Say what you will about Morgan Spurlockís abilities as a documentary filmmaker, the man knows how to pick fascinating
This new trailer doesnít reveal much else other than a few unseen shots as the story has been laid out pretty smoothly since the movieís first showing. The only thing left to know is just what the hell everyone who
A whole crop of new festival favorites are emerging in Toronto this week, but hitting theaters in limited release this Friday is one of the best films from another major festival this year
You don't have to watch it. Go off my word and the word of nearly every other critic, trust that this movie is worth your time, and see Catfish knowing as little as possible
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
I'm hoping against hope that this doesn't mean they're shooting scenes set in the outside world, given that it not only breaks up the movie's claustrophobic tension, but removes the entire gimmick
The trailer looks great. It's nice to see an actor with as much clout as Adrien Brody bringing his A-game to every job big or small. Polley returns to horror after her run in Zack Snyder's Dawn of the Dead remake
It has to be a bad sign of the times when an understated, classy and well-liked drama premieres at Sundance, and all anyone can talk about is how unlikely it is that anyone will go and see it
we've got the first of three exclusive new promos for the film, that act kind of like teasers for the trailer that debuts tomorrow. The first will introduce you to central character Rudy (Chris Doubek), who's recently been kicked out of his house
Horror films are a tricky breed. The current state of mainstream horror is a sad one as it's riddled with remakes and PG-13 schlock aimed at getting scares from 14-year-olds trying to get their hand held for the first time. But if you look too deep within the indie realm, you'll inevitably find enough low-budget trash to wall paper a double wide trailer.
Sony Pictures Classics, it seems, is the studio to take up the challenge. In a press release today they announced their plans to distribute the film in North America, though no specific release date was mentioned
Fox Searchlight has announced that Cyrus will open in limited release on July 9, with an expansion presumably to follow once urban audiences spread the word about how great it is
Arrangements were finalized at Sundance and Ti West is officially set to reunite with his House of the Devil financer MPI Media Groupís Dark Sky Films. Itís about the last two employees working at a haunted hotel doomed to go out of business.
John C. Reilly is good at feeling awkard and Jonah Hill has a talent for putting people in awkward situations. Those to forces collide with Marisa Tomei trapped in the middle, in Cyrus
HIGH School has a fantastic premise, delivered an amusing trailer and now has two posters to match. I canít wait for Parallel Media to nail a release date so I can see these plastered all over New York City.
Steven Soderbergh may struggle to get his artier films seen and may get kicked off a project or two, but there's one place he'll always be welcome: Park City, Utah