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First Trailer For ‘The Act of Killing’ Companion Documentary ‘The Look of Silence’

When Sight & Sound released their list of the Top 50 Documentaries of All-Time earlier this year, some were surprised that Joshua Oppenheimer‘s The Act of Killing made the list, not due to quality but rather how small of a gap it’s been since it was release. His look at the effects of the Indonesian […]

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Trailer For U.K. Re-Release of Stanley Kubrick’s ‘2001’; Listen to Alex North’s Original, Unused Score

Earlier this summer I had the unparalleled cinematic experience of seeing Stanley Kubrick‘s 2001: A Space Odyssey in 70mm here in New York City. Recently celebrating its 45th anniversary, it’s still a ravishing, incredible journey quite unlike anything else. The film is now set to be re-released in the U.K. next month and for the […]

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U.S. Trailer for Mauritania’s Oscar Entry ‘Timbuktu,’ a Hawksian Jihadi Movie

I’d known almost nothing about Timbuktu prior to its premiere at Cannes last year, but my attention was quickly caught by our review‘s claim that the picture, Abderrahmane Sissako‘s fifth, is “something along the lines of a Howard Hawks jihadi-hangout movie.” Yes, that should be taken as “a very good thing.” Cohen Media Group, continuing […]

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Chris Rock Doesn’t Feel Funny In First Trailer For Cameo-Filled ‘Top Five’

Unless it has a pre-determined release date going into the fall festival season, it’s increasingly rare for a film to get acquired and put in theaters before the year’s end. Top Five, the latest film directed, written by, and starring Chris Rock, is looking to break that mold. After premiering at Toronto International Film Festival, […]

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Jack O’Connell Fights to Survive In New Trailer For Angelina Jolie’s WWII Epic ‘Unbroken’

“There was added pressure, in that I’m from [Britain] and there was a queue of Americans who probably felt more affinity to the role,” Unbroken star Jack O’Connell recently said when it came to getting the role. “What I knew went in my favor is I’ve always been fascinated and very influenced by that generation. I […]

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First Trailer For Ron Howard’s ‘In the Heart of the Sea’ Finds Chris Hemsworth Battling a Whale

After hitting the road in Rush, actor Chris Hemsworth and director Ron Howard will take to the high seas for their next project. In the Heart of the Sea takes inspiration from Herman Melville‘s novel Moby Dick, but is actually based on Nathaniel Philbrick‘s book In the Heart of the Sea: The Tragedy of the […]

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U.S. Trailer for Andrey Zvyagintsev’s ‘Leviathan,’ Russia’s Oscar Entry

No, not the boundary-breaking documentary set aboard a commercial fishing ship. No, not the George P. Cosmatos horror movie from 1989. But Leviathan, regardless, and apparently a worthy holder of that title. One of this year’s better-received Cannes titles (and Russia’s Oscar entry) is hitting U.S. shores right before 2014 comes to a close, and […]

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First Trailer For Paul Schrader’s ‘Dying of the Light’ Starring Nicolas Cage

Once set to be directed by Nicolas Winding Refn (who is now on board as an executive producer), the thriller Dying of the Light was handed over to the more-than-capable hands of Paul Schrader. Led by Nicolas Cage, the combination of talents would have us greatly looking forward to the prospects, but unfortunately it looks […]

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Sion Sono’s Insanity Comes to America in U.S. Trailer For ‘Why Don’t You Play in Hell?’

It was just last month that we reviewed Tokyo Tribe, the latest film from Japanese director Sion Sono, but as is the case with foreign imports, it’s going to take some time for it to arrive in theaters here. Thankfully fans of the helmer’s particular brand of crazy will be pleased to learn that his previous […]

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U.S. Trailer and Poster for ‘Goodbye to Language’ Brings You Godard’s Latest In 2D

A proposal: everyone who plans to see Jean-Luc Godard‘s Goodbye to Language (and we think you should) in its only acceptable format, 3D, ought to know it enters limited release on October 29 and, now being aware of as much, turn away. I’ll already give plenty credit to Kino Lorber for preparing what seems like […]

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