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    The Poster for Steven Spielberg’s War Horse



    The trailer for this made me think that everyone who watches this is going to cry. Something bad is gonna happen to that horse and everyone will be sad. I might have to skip it.

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    Puncture: Movie Review

    Puncture has a great premise and some solid performances, but it lacks focus from the very beginning, and that’s very unfortunate. Also, the trailer makes this movie look a lot better, so beware.

    Rating: 5/10

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    Michael Fassbender’s Penis Will Get Released On December 2nd (In ‘Shame’) > The Playlist

    ****. The SAME weekend that We Need To Talk About Kevin and Outrage come out...

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    REVIEW | 'The Ides of March' is George Clooney's Monster Movie - indieWIRE

    At its best, “Ides of March” succeeds as a leaner, more outwardly aggressive version of Mike Nichols’ “Primary Colors,” which skillfully explored the dichotomy between Bill Clinton’s charm and his private abuse of power. “Ides of March” hints at a similar troublesome balance, but emphasizes the cutthroat nature of the men behind the curtain rather than the face they support. The title suggests a dramatic Shakespearean twist, but Clooney’s aims are much simpler. As he builds to a western showdown divorced from political specificity, the Manchurian-like manipulation turns “Ides of March” into an allegorical monster movie in which everyone’s competing for the role of the monster and most people can’t see it.

    criticWIRE grade: B+

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    New Posters: ‘J. Edgar’ and ‘Shame’ | /Film






    Saw the trailer for J. Edgar the other day before Killer Elite. Ehhh.

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    Review: ‘The Ides Of March’ Is A Gripping Return To Form For Director George Clooney > The Playlist

    So in answer to our earlier question, it’s not as accomplished and impassioned as “Good Night and Good Luck,” but unlike “Confessions of a Dangerous Mind,” it’s tonally assured, and unlike “Leatherheads,” it’s, well, watchable. Very watchable in fact—it moves along at a fair old clip, thanks to Stephen Mirrione‘s typically taut editing, and another fine, surprising score from Alexandre Desplat. This U.K.-based writer, who is admittedly something of a U.S. politics junkie (and who pretty much knows “The West Wing” off by heart. All of it. Test me.) had a blast. Whether wider audiences enjoy it as much remains to be seen (and we’re fairly sure that its early anointment as an Oscar front-runner will disappear quickly), but it at least happily confirms that Clooney the director is here to stay. [B]

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    Was just reading that this has sat on a shelf for a bit and is only getting released because Cap'n America and all.

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    The Poster for Steven Spielberg’s War Horse



    The trailer for this made me think that everyone who watches this is going to cry. Something bad is gonna happen to that horse and everyone will be sad. I might have to skip it.
    Oh man, you know it. I am already getting all weepy in anticipation of that 'old yeller' type moment. Ugh. Will probably be awesome too, but...can't do it.

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    Fassbender Has No Shame, Joins 12 YEARS A SLAVE With Chiwetel Ejiofor | CHUD.com

    ...The incredible energy and positive magnetism the two have accumulated from Shame doesn’t mean they’ll be repelling each other though, as Fassbender is going to join McQueen so the two may pull off a cinematic hat-trick. Following the prison strike film Hunger, and the sex addiction drama Shame, the new film will be called 12 Years a Slave, and tells the story of a man who went missing in Washington in 1841 only to resurface enslaved on a cotton plantation in Louisiana 12 years later. His name was Solomon Northrup and he wrote about his ordeal, publishing a book the year he was rescued. His ordeal is filled with subterfuge and legal drama, but a major part of his legacy is having provided detailed writing on the living conditions and daily lives of slaves.

    Chiwetel Ejiofor will play Northrup, and though it is not disclosed for sure, I would be willing to bet Fassbender will play Samuel Bass, the man who heard out Northrup’s predicament while visiting the plantation and ultimately set in motion the events that returned his freedom. He could also play one of the men in New York who made their lives ensnaring African-Americans and was responsible for Northrup’s situation.

    The project sounds endlessly intriguing, but there’s no start date mentioned, so don’t get too excited yet. It’s said to be McQueen’s next project, but if he’s working around Fassbender’s schedule that may end up requiring some serious flexibility.
    And Adgy is already standing in line, popcorn in hand.

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