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Get Low

  • Indiewire  News

    Palm Springs to Award Robert Duvall

    Academy Award winner Robert Duvall, who was most recently seen in Aaron Schneider's "Get Low," will be presented with a Career Achievement Award at the 22nd annual Palm Springs International Film Festival (PSIFF). Duvall will join previously announced honorees Javier Bardem, Colin Firth, Jennifer La...

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  • Indiewire  News

    Box Office: "Mesrine" Starts Strong For Music Box; "Low" Gets Going In Expansion

    While "The Last Exorcism" and "Takers" battled it out for the final weekend crown of Hollywood's summer, Jean-François Richet's "Mesrine: Killer Instinct" was easily the top specialty debut, at least among those reporting estimates to Rentrak earlier today.

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  • Indiewire  News

    Sony Classics Gets "Low" Amidst Big Post-Toronto Sales Day

    Aaron Schneider's highly buzzed Toronto title "Get Low" has been acquired for North American release by Sony Pictures Classics. The deal marks a very busy day for Toronto-related acquisitions. It is Sony Pictures Classics' second announced deal today, after acquiring Samuel Moaz’s Israeli film "Le...

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  • Indiewire  Reviews

    Small Screen (DVD/Blu-ray): "Fish Tank," "Get Low" & "Memento" Celebrates its 10th Anniversary

    This week on DVD and Blu-ray "Fish Tank" finally drops via Criterion, Robert Duvall teams up with Bill Murray and "Memento" celebrates its 10th anniversary.

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  • Indiewire  Reviews

    Eric Rohmer vs. the 3-D Threat: August in Focus

    No movie made more money in August than "The Expendables," an old school action product so thoroughly decried for its empty, virile spectacles that you have to wonder if the majority of audiences pouring money into Sylvester Stallone's pocket have done so with full awareness of the blatant stupidity...

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  • Leonard Maltin  Reviews

    film review: Get Low

    Get Low is one of the treats of the summer movie season, a modest film that offers ample rewards, not the least being the opportunity to watch wonderful actors at work. The setting is Tennessee during the Great Depression. Robert Duvall is well cast as a man who’s lived as a hermit for the ...

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  • Indiewire  Reviews

    REVIEW | Lost in the Woods: "Get Low"

    The stars are quite literally aligned for widespread critical approval of "Get Low," but the movie's aura of prestige hardly reflects the subpar reality. Since its triumphant premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2009, this dainty feel-good movie about death has picked up tremendous...

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