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Inspired by true events, No gives a behind-the-scenes look at the political advertising during the 1988 Chilean national plebiscite. The film flawlessly incorporates the real " ... More >>
Sacha Baron Cohen is The DictatorWe know -- you're excited about The Dark Knight Rises. And The Avengers. And Hunger Games. So are we. We're also excited about a lot of other movies whose marketing campaigns have not inundated us with white noise (yet). Allow us to suggest a few more films to ... More >>
Erin BroadleyThomas Blake at McSwiggin's Tavern, aka DragonflyWant drama? Forget the theater, give me a bar. For over two years Thomas Blake, co-producer and director of the wildly popular stage show Point Break Live!, has been turning traditional theater head over heels over bar stools with ... More >>
Today in Inane Squabbles Between Successful Assholes: James Cameron (ex-husband of Kathryn Bigelow and director of Avatar), and Glenn Beck, Fox News personality and mastermind behind the book and one-man-show The Christmas Sweater--yes, that really exists) are having a media feud!
It started at ... More >>
Bob Murawski just won an Oscar for editing Kathryn Bigelow's The Hurt Locker, a long-in-the-works indie project that came seemingly out of nowhere to earn the respect and accolades of the Academy. Now Murawski's own long-in-the-works indie project is about to be unveiled at the Egyptian Thea ... More >>
Those searching for signs of how leaner economic times are being felt at Sundance 2009 need look no further than the fact that the festival's opening weekend yielded only one major sale -- and that one was something of a foregone conclusion. Although the tepid reaction to director Antoine Fuqua's Br ... More >>
searching for signs of how leaner economic times are being felt at
Sundance 2009 need look no further than the fact that the festival's
opening weekend yielded only one major sale -- and that one was
something of a foregone conclusion. Although the tepid reaction to
director Antoine Fuqua's Br ... More >>
It was a sad day for adrenaline junkies back in September when the cast and crew of theater production Point Break Live! announced it was packing up its surfboards and ex-presidents masks to head for Las Vegas after nearly a year of sold out shows in Los Angeles. Lucky for us, Point Break Live ... More >>