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    Review: Adolescent, Overwrought & Incoherent 'Charlie Countryman' Starring Shia LaBeouf & Evan Rachel Wood

    "Charlie Countryman" opens up with an arresting image, the titular character (played by Shia LaBeouf) dangling upside down in woozy slow-motion, his face brutally beaten and bloody. As the narrator (John Hurt) explains, Charlie Countryman is languishing in the wind about to be shot by a red-headed g...

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    Watch: Shia LaBeouf Gets Tortured and Falls Hard for Evan Rachel Wood in Red Band 'Charlie Countryman' Trailer

    Millennium Entertainment has released the red band trailer for writer-director Frederik Bond's "Charlie Countryman" starring Shia LaBeouf, Evan Rachel Wood, Mads Mikkelsen, Melissa Leo and Rupert Grint. When Charlie(LaBeouf) finds himself fatefully intertwined with free-spirited musician Gabi(Woo...

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    Watch: Violent, Bloody, NSFW Red Band Trailer For 'Charlie Countryman' Plus Lots Of New Photos

    Some people go to Europe for culture, others study, some on business and more just to get away. Charlie Countryman probably had some other plans on his list but then he meets Gabi, who has a violent ex-boyfriend. And to be with her he's going to have to get rid of him. So begins "Charlie Countryman,...

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    Exclusive: Shia LaBeouf, Evan Rachel Wood and Rupert Grint in Gorgeous 'Charlie Countryman' Stills

    With the mid-November release of writer-director Frederik Bond's "Charlie Countryman" on the horizon, Indiewire has been given an exclusive first look at three additional movie stills from the Bucharest-based romance-crime drama.

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    Trailer Watch: Shia Labeouf's Euro Trip Goes Haywire in 'Charlie Countryman,' with Evan Rachel Wood and Mads Mikkelsen

    A first trailer arrived yesterday for "Charlie Countryman." The film, which is the feature debut of commercials director Fredrik Bond, centers on a young man (Shia Labeouf) who while on a European vacation falls in love and trouble simultaneously when he meets Gabi (Evan Rachel Wood, playing a heavi...

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    Watch: Shia LaBeouf and Evan Rachel Wood Fall in Love Under Strange Circumstances in Kinetic 'Charlie Countryman' Trailer

    Ahead of its release next month, a trailer has been released for commercial director Fredrick Bond's directorial debut "Charlie Countryman." En route to Bucharest, the life of the titular character's (Shia LaBeouf) takes an unexpected turn when the passenger sitting next to him expires mid-flight. U...

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    Watch: Shia LaBeouf Will Die For Love In Trailer For 'Charlie Countryman' Co-Starring Evan Rachel Wood & Mads Mikkelsen

    Longing for a beautiful musician, tangling with the Romanian underworld and doing everything he can to stay alive—Charlie Countryman's European vacation probably isn't what he expected. But then again, love has that strange chemical way of altering your horizons, and that is put on full display in t...

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    TV IS THE NEW CINEMA: The Mikkelsen Brothers and the New Global Face(s) of Television

    American TV has imported so many storylines and so many performers in recent years that the trend has become almost a running gag among observers of the medium -- and for observers of movies, too, now that both Superman and Batman are both Brits. An explanation occasionally offered is that manly men...

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    Trayvon Martin Defines This Weekend's Biggest Indie Films With 'Fruitvale Station' and 'The Hunt'

    The biggest player on indie theater screens this weekend may be the Trayvon Martin murder case. The Sundance-winning "Fruitvale Station" is based on an incident about the police killing of a young African-American man in 2009, but its perspective on race-fueled violence in American society clearly e...

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    Cannes Winner Mads Mikkelsen Discusses 'The Hunt,' the Three Choices for 'Hannibal' in Season Two and the Sequel to 'Valhalla Rising'

    It's tough to tell what Danish actor Mads Mikkelsen is best known for in the film community. If you're a Bond enthusiast or mainstream movie junkie, he's Le Chiffre, the card player with a bleeding tell in "Casino Royale." If you're an art house devotee, he’s probably known by either One Eye or Tonn...

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