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Grounded for Life: Season One

September 27, 2011

 Grounded for Life: Season One

For years, independent film actors Donal Logue (The Tao of Steve) and Kevin Corrigan (Living in Oblivion) toiled away in Hollywood films playing scene-stealing supporting characters while enjoying much more substantial roles in indie fare. By 2001, fans... 

The Complete Jean Vigo: Criterion Collection

September 23, 2011

 The Complete Jean Vigo: Criterion Collection

Filmmaker Jean Vigo had the kind of brief but brilliant career that die hard cineastes celebrate. His father was a militant anarchist who died in prison because he refused to fight in World War I. His death haunted Vigo as did the sickly health he experienced... 

Hickey & Boggs

September 22, 2011

 Hickey & Boggs

It has been well-documented how the 1970’s were a golden age for American cinema with many risky and unusual films being made and released through a Hollywood studio system in disarray after the surprise breakthrough success of Easy Rider (1969). One... 

That ’70s Show: Season Two

September 21, 2011

 That ’70s Show: Season Two

Those crazy kids from Point Place are back with more wacky adventures as Kelso (Kutcher) and Jackie (Kunis) continue dating but unbeknownst to her, he’s also seeing Laurie (Kelly), Eric’s (Grace) trampy sister. Meanwhile, Eric and Donne (Prepon) get... 

Les cousins: Criterion Collection

September 20, 2011

 Les cousins: Criterion Collection

French filmmaker Claude Chabrol not only wrote the screenplays for Le beau Serge (1958) and Les cousins (1959) around the same time but also filmed them close together, utilizing much of the same cast and crew. The latter film was a big hit for Chabrol... 

Even MORE Clips featuring Ryan Gosling & Cast from DRIVE! In Theaters This Friday!

September 16, 2011

 Even MORE Clips featuring Ryan Gosling & Cast from DRIVE!  In Theaters This Friday!

Albert Brooks Behind-The-Scenes Featurette Bryan Cranston Behind-The-Scenes Featurette “Let Mommy Talk To Her Friend” “You Put This Kid Behind A Wheel” “Chase”  Read More →

The Last of the Finest

September 15, 2011

 The Last of the Finest

The Last of the Finest (1990) is one of those films that you end up discovering on television late at night when there’s nothing else on and you can’t sleep. It has the feel of a generic cop show, something Michael Mann might’ve knocked off in his... 

Mandelson: The Real PM?

September 12, 2011

 Mandelson: The Real PM?

The politically notorious Peter Mandelson is known as the Prince of Darkness, and former party leader Neil Kinnock once claimed that those who called Mandelson ‘Labour’s evil genius’ were only half right. So, who is the real man beneath the Machiavellian... 

On Any Sunday

September 12, 2011

 On Any Sunday

As a youngster, the revered director of surf movies, Bruce Brown, was inspired to get his first bike by Steve McQueen’s motorcycle memorable scenes in The Great Escape. Brown turned to the sport of motorcycle racing in 1971. This quintessential motorcycle... 

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