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    The Last, Best Season of 'The Killing'

    Plenty of us have made bad choices in men, but it would be hard to match Sarah Linden's. In this intense, electrifying final season, she joins the ranks of Walter White and other murderers we root for.

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    So, None Of The Awards? ‘Child 44’ With Gary Oldman & Tom Hardy Gets A Spring 2015 Release

    Reader reports, audience reviews… meh. Sure you can keep tabs on that “coverage,” but posting about that stuff specifically can be hurtful or irresponsible to a film if the “reviews” are early and especially if they’re negative (hell, on the Internet they’re pretty easy to fabricate in either direct...

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    Lionsgate Slots Tom Hardy Russia Thriller for Spring

    What does it signify that Lionsgate and Summit are slotting director Daniel Espinosa's "Child 44" for spring release (April 17, 2015)? Given that Tom Hardy--probably the most exciting young actor working today--is not yet a guaranteed box office draw (see "Warriors," "Locke"), Lionsgate may have wan...

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    Watch: Moody First Trailer For Final Season Of 'The Killing'

    In the age of streaming services saving cable shows, "The Killing" has had nine lives. Canceled by AMC after the second season, revived for season three, only to be canceled again, Netflix swooped in and brought back the show for one final run around the block. And as you'd probably guess, it's goin...

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    First Look: Final Season Of ‘The Killing’ On Netflix; Plus Video Recap Of Seasons 1-3

    “The Killing” is a curious show with almost nine lives. A major hit out of the gate for AMC that looked like it could replicate some of the success of “Breaking Bad” or other flagship shows on the network. Like we wrote at the beginning of season 2, “the pilot episode of the show -- an eerie mix of ...

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    Review: 'Easy Money: Hard To Kill' Starring Joel Kinnaman Is A Worthy If Not Hugely Inventive Sequel

    We, like a large portion of the rest of the world, really enjoyed the first “Snabba Cash”—retitled in English to the less-memorable “Easy Money”—director Daniel Espinosa’s pulsating Swedish crime film that launched both him and soon-to-be “Robocop” Joel Kinnaman onto our radars. We complimented that...

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    Exclusive: Joel Kinnaman Confronts A Thief In Clip From 'Easy Money: Hard To Kill'

    While today in multiplexes around the country, Joel Kinnaman is suiting up as the crime-fighting "RoboCop," in limited release or just in the comfort of your own home, you'll be able to catch the actor taking care of business in a wholly different way with "Easy Money: Hard To Kill." The sequel to h...

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    Joel Kinnaman Says He Shot One Day On 'Knight Of Cups' And Had A 17-Page Monologue

    Just like the start of the past few years, we wonder if in the months ahead we'll see the latest from Terrence Malick, who is currently sitting on two films; an untitled Austin music scene set movie, and "Knight Of Cups." Will they screen at Cannes or perhaps be split up and hit a couple of differen...

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    Review: 'RoboCop' Starring Joel Kinnaman, Gary Oldman, Abbie Cornish, Samuel L. Jackson, Michael Keaton & More

    Every movie should be approached with an open mind. Ideally, be it a film from Martin Scorsese or Friedberg and Seltzer, a reviewer should be going in without expectations, ready to play it as it lays. But it'd be dishonest to pretend that that was the case going in to "RoboCop," because it's a long...

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    Watch: 2 Clips & TV Spot For 'RoboCop' Plus IMAX Poster And Over 25 New Images From The Film

    Next month, swift violent justice is coming to the streets of Detroit. Yep, "RoboCop" is getting a shiny new suit, fancier toys and some bigger firepower in this reboot of Paul Verhoeven's satirical classic, and a bunch of case files (meaning: promo stuff) have landed online.

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