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2013 SXSW Film Lineup Announced!!!

by Gumbercules9000 on Jan 31st, 2013

Hi, Bryan Here….

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SXSW 2013 is coming up and we are very excited about it.  The lineup for the film portion of the festival has just been announced and Joss Whedon’s ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ will debut at the festival, as well as the remake of ‘The Evil Dead‘, ‘The Incredible Burt Wonderstone‘, and ‘Spring Breakers‘. Plus much more.  Below is the full list of movies.  I can’t wait.  Who’s going?

 

 

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See What’s Showing at Sundance 2013!!!

by Gumbercules9000 on Nov 29th, 2012

Hi, Bryan Here….

The 2013 Sundance Film Festival is in full preparation mode as it will start January 17-27 and will showcase 113 featur length films, which 98 of them are premieres from over 32 countries.  Here is the full list of films that will be shown in all competitions as well as the non competition films.  Hopefully it won’t be too terribly cold in Utah this year.  Some of these films look AMAZING!

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Hi, Bryan Here….

I first heard about this film earlier this year when Gerard Butler told me that he was going to play a foul-mouthed leprechaun, and that one of his lines was, “I’m going to crawl up your mother’s cunt and start a fire.”  That instantly put this film at the top of my list.  This film has about a dozen writers and a dozen directors, and looks to be a sort sketch comedy film, but who knows? I can’t tell what this will be about.  But one thing is for sure, it looks fucking hilarious and has an AMAZING cast including, Sean William Scott, Halle Berry, Naomi Watts, Christopher Mintz Plasse (McLovin), Chloe Moretz, Liev Shreiber, Terrence Howard, Gerard Butler, Kate Winslet, Elizabeth Banks, Hugh Jackman, Kristen Bell, Emma Stone, Anna Faris, Richard Gere, Parick Warburton, Justin Long, Uma Thurman, Kate Bosworth, Kieran Culkin, Jack McBrayer, and much much more.

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Hi, Bryan Here….

The Toronto Film Festival is coming up quickly and it looks like it is going to be one for the books.  ‘Looper’ is going to open up the festival with several other centerpiece films that strike my fancy.  Two of them include Joss Whedon’s Shakespeare film ‘Much Ado About Nothing’, and Terrence Malick’s new film, ‘To The Wonder’.  Can’t wait.  Below is the official press release.  Who’s going? Piers Handling, CEO and Director of TIFF, and Cameron Bailey, Artistic Director of the Toronto International Film Festival, made the first announcement of films to premiere at the 37th Toronto International Film Festival. Films announced include titles in the Galas and Special Presentations programmes. The announced films include 17 Galas and 45 Special Presentations, including 38 world premieres.

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Hi Bryan Here….

FX has just made a deal with ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ production company and creators/actors; Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day and Glenn Howerton for a new animated comedy series temporarily called ‘Unsupervised’.  FX is greatly behind this team that they already gave this new series a 13 episode first season order and will be paired with the return of ‘Archer’.  ‘Walking Dead’ didn’t even get a 13 episode first season order.

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Hi Bryan Here…

As stated in a previous post, Henry Cavill will be putting on the red cape and stopping crime as the new Superman for director Zack Snyder (300,Watchmen, Sucker Punch).  Now we need to find our Lois Lane, Jimmy Olsen, Braniac, and Lex Luthor.  The casting for Lois Lane is narrowing down and we have a look at who the choices are.

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Hey guys, Jana here,

Austin’s Alamo Drafthouse is THE place to be for the avid film-lover. We’ve got  the final wave of programming for Fantastic Fest which also includes world premieres of WHEELMAN and WORLD OF TOMORROW EPISODE TWO: THE BURDEN OF OTHER PEOPLE’S THOUGHTS, screenings of THOROUGHBRED, JUPITER’S MOON and PROFESSOR MARSTON & THE WONDER WOMEN, and the 10-year anniversary of the infamous Fantastic Debates… plus much more!

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Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later Has a Trailer!

by Gumbercules9000 on Jun 22nd, 2017

Hi everyone, Bryan here….

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You all taste like a burger. I don’t like you anymore. Of course, I joke. The next installment in the new Wet Hot American Summer franchise is almost here with Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later. When the first film came out, there was a scene in the movie where all the camp counselors discussed coming back to camp ten years later for a reunion.

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Film Review: ‘Personal Shopper’!!

by Janet White on Mar 27th, 2017

Hello Everyone, Janet W. here…

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Once again, Olivier Assayas has left another audience scratching its head with Personal Shopper. Maureen Cartwright (Kristen Stewart), personal shopper to Kyra (Nora von Waldstätten), a notorious model, embarks on a multi-faceted journey within and reemergence into life since the loss of her twin brother, Lewis. Read the rest of this entry »

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Best Movies of 2015, According To Jana

by Red Zeppelbon on Dec 30th, 2015

Hey guys, Jana here,

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Another year has come and gone and brought with it about a billion movies, some were total crap and a waste of time, but others…oh they were worth every bit of time I spent. Pre-movie hype, post-movie discussion, and the random hours I spent thinking about it in the shower or sitting at a stop-light. Having said that, this is my list of movies that 2015 blessed us with, and maybe a few the year cursed us with.

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Film Review: ‘Clouds of Sils Maria’!

by Gumbercules9000 on Apr 24th, 2015

Janet W., Here…

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Clouds of Sils Maria opens as Maria Enders (Juliette Binoche), an accomplished actress, is headed to Zurich to accept an award on behalf of the director, Wilhelm Melchior, which launched her career with his play, Maloja Snake.  She travels with her personal assistant, Valentin (Kristen Stewart), who does everything for her as well as run lines with her and judge the depth of the characters and the scripts.  On their travels, they meet a director, Klaus Diesterweg (Lars Eidinger), who was working with Wilhelm wants Enders to act in the sequel to Maloja Snake.  Diesterweg does not want Enders to reprise her role as Sigrid, but as Sigrid’s lesbian lover, Helena.  Helena is the opposite of Sigrid and is much older thus springs Enders’ reluctance to accept the role.  A young, forthright, and darn right scandalous actress is to take the role of Sigrid, Jo-Ann Ellis (Chloë Grace Moretz). 

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Film Review: ‘Ouija’!!

by Gumbercules9000 on Oct 24th, 2014

Beka P., Here….

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Have no fear, there is nothing scary about Ouija. I was pretty apprehensive about going to see Ouija, mainly because I’m not a horror film gal, and confession: I’ve never seen one in a theater. These two things brought my level of anxiety to all time high as I walked into the theater. Fifteen minutes into the movie, I actually found myself laughing. It’s not that writers Juliet Snowden and Stiles White meant to be funny, rather the acting in combination with the screenplay was so pathetic you had to laugh. While I was relieved that nightmares weren’t in my future, I didn’t care at all about finding out what happened to Debbie (played by Shelley Hennig).

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The ‘Twilight’ Saga Continues on Facebook?!!

by Red Zeppelbon on Oct 1st, 2014

Hey guys, Jana here,

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Facebook is reviving characters that have been dead a long time. Prepare yourselves for the global sound of Twihards the world over to squeal with delight. Facebook is getting into the film game with ‘Twilight‘ short films. You read that right. Stephenie Meyer wrote what has become the ‘Twilight Saga‘. Beginning in 2005, Meyer released the first novel in a series that would grip fans of all ages and create characters that would be immortalized in film. While some of us were letting our broomsticks cool down from a wild ride with a boy wizard, cold vampires and hot werewolves were heating up readers pages again. The saga ran the length of four novels and one short story as a spinoff.

 

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Liz T., Here….

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If the words, “ a long time ago, we used to be friends, but I haven’t thought of you lately at all,” make you feel nostalgic for a blond super sleuth, you are a fan of Rob Thomas’ underappreciated show Veronica Mars, which ran for three seasons (2004-2007). For those of you who didn’t watch the show, do not fear – Veronica Mars, the movie, will make you a convert.

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Film Review: ‘Twilight: Breaking Dawn, Part 2 ‘

by Gumbercules9000 on Nov 15th, 2012

Suzanne, Here….

This is the end – finally. After four books and five movies, Stephenie Meyer’s ode to the true love between an insipidly needy girl and an overbearing vampire is complete with the opening of Breaking Dawn, Part 2 (BD2). If you are a ‘tween or extremely bored and emotionally stunted older woman that loves this series, then you might want to stop reading this review.

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