I mentioned on the recent episode of CinemAddicts that I am sick of romantic comedies set in New York City. That being said, having Holly Hunter and Tony Shalhoub as your leads has changed my mind (at least for now), as I’m looking forward to checking out Breakable You. Trailer and plot details below!
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Thanks to an influx of review copies, I have two Blu-rays (both only viewed once) to give away: The Foreigner with Jackie Chan and The Snowman starring Michael Fassbender. Entry details below!!
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People love to talk about the power of a perfect pop song, but what about punk? Director Brian Taylor (Crank) has infused his storyteller with no-nonsense adrenalized filmmaking, and while that aesthetic (like punk) has its detractors, the fans willing to enjoy the refreshingly hellish train ride known as Mom and Dad are in for a treat.
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The Magicians doesn’t offer up a cookie cutter version of what a hero or a villain truly is. Rather, it loves to exist in a somewhat moral ambiguous universe, and in the video below Olivia Taylor Dudley and Jason Ralph discuss the refreshingly complex nature of The Magicians.
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Screen Media Films has bought the North American rights to Josie, a thriller headlined by Sophie Turner (Game of Thrones), Dylan McDermott (The Practice) and Jack Kilmer (The Stanford Prison Experiment). Details on the picture (and why I’m excited about the project) below!
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I don’t leave the house much, and unfortunately traveling is not part of my immediate plans. That being said, Better Late Than Never member Jeff Dye cites Spain as the place he’d love to revisit. Check out my video below as Dye discusses his love for the country.
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Sorry for the giveaway delay, but the latest offering is my Blu-ray copy of It (viewed only once), the hit adaptation of the Stephen King bestseller. Entry details are below!
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Liam Neeson has worked in over 70 films, and four of those pictures have been with director Jaume Collet-Serra. The pair previously had hits with Unknown, Non-Stop, and Run All Night and now they are riding that streak via the train driven narrative The Commuter.
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David Duchovny (The X-Files) will release his sophomore album Every Third Thought on February 9 via King Baby/GMG. Details on the album, as well as Duchovny video from a couple of years ago discussing his music, is below!
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With In The Fade, Diane Kruger plays Katja, a street smart woman who loses her husband and son in a bombing attack. Stricken with grief, Katja attempts to find justice and possibly dole out a bit of retribution amidst this tragedy. Details on how Kruger (which includes audio from the actress) prepared for the film is featured after the jump.
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