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    Brief Thoughts on "Paranormal Activity 2."

    Brief Thoughts on "Paranormal Activity 2."

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    London Film Fest '10: 'Somewhere' Is A Shallow Disappointment From An Ossified Sofia Coppola

    We're unashamed fans of Sofia Coppola here. Obviously, she's not great in "The Godfather Part III," but as far as her directing work goes, "The Virgin Suicides" stands as one of the stronger debuts in recent memory, "Lost In Translation," despite the backlash, is still pretty excellent, and even "Ma...

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    Rotterdam Film Festival's Trainee Project for Young Film Critics

    The 40th International Film Festival Rotterdam, January 26 – February 6, 2011 is the best place to meet the players in international coproduction. Rotterdam Film Festival is the most egalitarian and well organized, intimate and yet major film festival on the circuit. Even though it is the largest ...

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    New Festival on the Block: American FF, A First for Eastern Europe.

    The American Film Festival in Wroclaw (formerly Breslau) Poland, the first film event in Eastern Europe, was just held October 20 - 24, 2010. Solely devoted to the works of contemporary and classic American cinema, it allows Polish audiences to become acquainted with the contemporary American cinema, as well as the culture and reality of the United States. Debra Granik’s Sundance winner Winter’s Bone (Fortissimo) picked up the festival’s American Independent Narrative Audience Award, which carries a cash prize of $10,000 and a chance at Eastern European distribution. Jeff Zimbalist and Michael Zimbalist’s The Two Escobars won the $5,000 Do...

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    Willem Dafoe, Sam Neill & Frances O'Connor Lead Daniel Nettheim's 'The Hunter'

    An Adaptation Of Julia Leigh's Psychological Thriller About The Hunt For An Extinct AnimalWillem Dafoe, Sam Neill and Frances O'Connor will topline Daniel Nettheim's adaptation of Julia Leigh's psychological thriller "The Hunter," which began production on location on the southern Australian island ...

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    Benedict Cumberbatch & Jonny Lee Miller Cast In Danny Boyle's Stage Version Of 'Frankenstein'

    Actors Will Reverse Roles Of Doctor And Monster On Alternate NightsWhile our hearts remain with the cinema, The Playlist have been known to venture into other areas of culture every so often. We sometimes read books without pictures, for instance, and we've even been known to attend the opera, if so...

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    First Official Look: Tony Leung Chiu-wai & Zhang Ziyi In Wong Kar-wai's 'The Grand Masters'

    The Best Tagline They Could Come Up With Was 'In Martial Arts There Is No Right Or Wrong: Only The Last Man Standing'?Just yesterday, we were discussing the casting of MMA fighter Cung Le in Wong Kar-wai's Yip Man biopic and ruing the delayed production -- which will reportedly last over 12 months a...

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    Chris Evans Turned Down 'Captain America' Role Three Times Before He Finally Agreed To Play Hero

    Reluctant Actor Now Says "I Can't Believe I Was Almost Too Chicken To Take The Role"; Is Signed On For 6, Not 9 FilmsThe recent issue of EW obviously has an abundance of new images from Marvel Studios' "Captain America: The First Avenger," but within that article there's a bunch of interesting behi...

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    New Poster For Michel Gondry's 'The Green Hornet' Starring Seth Rogen, Jay Chou & Black Beauty

    For a superhero film starring comedy titan Seth Rogen, international pop-star Jay Chou and the beautiful Cameron Diaz directed by French favourite Michel Gondry, "The Green Hornet" has certainly defied expectations in generating little-to-no hype about its upcoming release with early trailers and pr...

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    Martin Scorsese Names His 11 Scariest Horror Movies of All Time

    Time To Rearrange Your Netflix QueueMartin Scorsese is obviously a walking encyclopedia of film and if you stop to ask him about any genre or subject, chances are he's some kind of expert. The Daily Beast did just that, asking the American filmmaker what his favorite horror movies were in time for H...

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