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Review: Ain’t Them Bodies Saints

Rooney Mara and Casey Affleck star as Southern outlaws in writer-director David Lowery’s moody tale of tragic love and doomed romance.

Ain’t Them Bodies Saints is now playing in theaters. Read Eric D. Snider’s review. Source: About.com

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Wizard of Oz

Dorothy Gale, M.D?

Just in time to celebrate – or take advantage of – the 75th anniversary of Victor Fleming’s all-time classic, Hollywood looks like it’s moving The Wizard of Oz from the silver screen to your living room television.

News broke a few weeks ago …

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The Seafarers

Kubrick’s First Color Film Now Available for Streaming

Stanley Kubrick’s first color film, The Seafarers (1953), is now available for streaming thanks the folks at IndieFlix.com.

One of several short films made early in his career, The Seafarers was a 30-minute documentary made for the Seafarers …

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The Spectacular Now

Review: The Spectacular Now

The Spectacular Now

From a screenplay by the team responsible for (500) Days of Summer comes a tender, relatable coming-of-age story starring Miles Teller and Shailene Woodley.

The Spectacular Now, directed by James Ponsoldt, is playing in theaters now. Read Eric D. Snider’s review.

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Review: Europa Report

Europa Report Poster

After a summer filled with big-budget sci-fi spectacles like Star Trek Into DarknessPacific Rim, and Elysium, Sebastian Cordero’s Europa Report offers a well-grounded counterpoint to the noisy frivolity.

Read Eric D. Snider’s review of the cerebral and resonant found-footage sci-fi thriller, now playing in theaters and on VOD.

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James Dean Box Set

James Dean Films to Make Blu-ray Debut

At long last, all three films made starring 1950s icon James Dean will finally be released on Blu-ray in the James Dean Ultimate Collector’s Edition box set.

Distributed by Warner Home Video, the set will contain Dean’s auspicious starring de…

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Orson Welles Too Much Johnson

Lost Short Film by Orson Welles Resurfaces

Three years before he made his seminal debut Citizen Kane (1941), director Orson Welles began making a series of three short films with Joseph Cotten, Arlene Francis, and Ruth Ford to promote his 1938 production of Too Much Johnson at the Merc…

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Margaret Pellegrini The Wizard of Oz

‘Wizard of Oz’ Actress Margaret Pellegrini Dies at 89

Actress Margaret Pellegrini, one of many actors who played Munchkins in The Wizard of Oz (1939), died from a stroke in her Glendale, AZ home on Aug. 7, 2013. She was 89 years old. Only fifteen at the time the movie was made, Pellegrini had unc…

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Al Pacino in Scarface

Remake of ‘Scarface’ Moves Closer to Reality

Get ready for yet another Hollywood remake. Though Universal Studios is calling it a reboot, the third version of Scarface is moving closer to becoming a silver screen reality.

The studio has had the project in development for some time, but …

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Marilyn Monroe 1954

New Unseen Photos of Marilyn Monroe Up for Auction

With today marking the 51st anniversary of Marilyn Monroe’s tragic death, a new set of rare photos of the iconic actress are now available for sale through Heritage Auctions.

The photos of the blonde bombshell were taken during her 1954 trip …

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