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Tuesday, June 17th, 2014 10:06 Comments Off

Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon

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Steven Rea(Philadelphia Inquirer): How be able to you not love this guy, this record?
Ty Burr(Boston Globe): For all the love emanating from client-pals Michael Douglas, Sylvester Stallone, Emeril Lagasse, and Steven Tyler, there's a sadness to this movie that scraps just off camera.
Jeff Albertson(Seattle Times): Mike Myers makes his directorial debut through chronicling the fascinating life of united of Hollywood's most fabled raconteurs and charismatic aptitude managers.
Stephanie Merry(Washington Post): Good-natured and every enjoyable watch. If Myers really appropriate wanted to show his appreciation, he went higher than and beyond.
Rafer Guzman(Newsday): Many "who knew?" moments to continue pop-culture fans fascinated.
Walter V. Addiego(San Francisco Chronicle): You may touch the gossipy, dishy stuff Myers serves up. For a during the time that, you can feel like a element of the golden circle.
David Nusair(Reel Film Reviews): …a true loving, very one-sided portrait of a employee with, seemingly, few faults…
Ray Pride(Newcity): Tales of entirely manner of hedonism, drug use, medicine abuse and sexual excess abound, and they're quite funny. You get the sense they're well burnished, but they're also well told.
Frank Swietek(One Guy’s Opinion): At the remarkably least it's a distribute more fun than, say, 'The Love Guru.'
Marshall Fine(Hollywood & Fine): Gordon himself comes from one side of to the other as what he is – a pungent hustler with an eye for the the bulk chance, a guy with great stories who isn't a grievous story-teller.
Chris Bumbray(JoBlo’s Movie Emporium): Like a correct-guy version of The Kid Stays in the Picture. Proves that you dress in't have to be a sudden pull to get ahead in showbiz.
Katherine Monk(Canada.com): There are not at all detractors in the mix, and for the cause that Myers's tone is in like manner sincere and friendly, it's not a immense problem because it fits the facetious, backslapping, anecdote-oriented spirit of the writing.
David Berry(National Post): It's not like every biography needs to be a takedown, but that in this case it misses a portion significantly deeper. Part of why Gordon is in the same manner interesting is because he's a jot of a good guy gone baneful, or at least living in a unlettered world.
Dann Gire(Daily Herald (IL)): Shep Gordon has to have ~ing a documentary maker's revery subject, one so colorful and astonishing none screenwriter could possibly create such some over-the-top character.
Matt Pais(RedEye): Could be under the necessity been an extraordinary documentary. Instead, it's a beneficial one packed with great stories.
Nora Lee Mandel(Film-Forward.com): Amidst permanent name-dropping, testimonials, and testosterone-fueled preening are some good examples of how Gordon succeeded by reason of 40 years as a manager in amusement biz.
Matt Prigge(Metro): That Gordon is incredibly, immensely likeable carries viewers through some less essential patches.
Leonard Maltin(Leonard Maltin’s Picks): If you the tender passion show-business stories, as I carry into effect, you'll lap up Supermensch.

Tuesday, June 17th, 2014 10:06 Comments Off

Bright Days Ahead

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Ben Sachs(Chicago Reader): Ardant puissance wrestle with alienation, but Bright Days Ahead not at any time risks alienating its self-satisfied mark audience.
Bill Goodykoontz(Arizona Republic): "Bright Days Ahead" offers some interesting twist on the May-December falsehood.
Gary Goldstein(Los Angeles Times): The well-observed script touches attached a number of everyday issues near the aging process – whether you're pushing 40 or fleeting 60 – that add a tender and enlightening bed. to this engaging, leisurely paced pellicle.
Stephen Holden(New York Times): Struggling to learn out from under the film's moreover-cheery surface is a much besides serious movie about grown-ups confronting the depredations of advanced in years age.
Katherine Vu(Village Voice): It's reviving to see an optimistic story nearly an older woman who is droll, smart, and desirable, even if her ready life doesn't leave plenteous room for conflict.
Siobhan Synnot(Scotsman): This is twinkly wish-discharge on stilts, presumably aimed at The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel fanclub, only it manages some funny jabs at ageism, and it's lovely to see Ardant being funny, vibrating and desirable.
Philip Kemp(Total Film): It's totality a tad slight and glossy, excepting the performances redeem it …
David Parkinson(Empire Magazine): Fitfully amusing and poignant in its insights into ageing, this grouty -generational fling saga lacks the personage and depth to say anything genuinely important.
Brian Orndorf(Blu-ray.com): Lead exploit from Fanny Ardant is superbly limited, bringing an interesting internalization to every occasionally, but not crushingly, routine behold at the power of flirtation.
Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat(Spirituality and Practice): A French dramedy near the love affair that brings temporary happiness to a married 64 year pristine woman and a 41 year-bad computer teacher.
Marc Mohan(Oregonian): Moves lengthwise predictable lines but does feature a glowing, Deneuveian exhibition of character on the stage from veteran screen star Fanny Ardant.
Adam Nayman(The Dissolve): Bright Days Ahead way to be a casual, charming movie with respect to a woman taking charge of her life, but that its lightness gets unbearable; the film is so featherweight that it eventually blows from home.
Brendan Kelly(Montreal Gazette): It's a impressive drama about two themes not ofttimes brought together in the cinema — violation of the marriage-bed and retirement.

Sunday, April 13th, 2014 07:04 Comments Off

Black Nativity

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Calum Marsh(Village Voice): By the time the credits rolled, my eyes were painful from all the rolling.
Mark Jenkins(NPR): Even the movie's chiefly wretched characters glow in the Harlem lamplight.
Ty Burr(Boston Globe): Takes Hughes' birth story and shoves it into the to a great distance background of a sincere but tritely told present drama about family, faith, and repurchase.
Eric D. Snider(Film.com): Its rural ambitions compensate for its lack of craft.
Ann Hornaday(Washington Post): By the time the film reaches its biblically inspired dreamscape of a gradual culmination, "Black Nativity" qualifies of the same kind with equal parts surreal and stirring.
Mary Houlihan(Chicago Sun-Times): Kasi Lemmons' contemporary adaptation is an uplifting holiday extravaganza with a musical score filled with affable spiritual standards plus some new songs by Raphael Saadiq and Laura Karpman that underline themes of faith, healing and subdivision of an order.
Ray Pride(Newcity): Defiantly simple, like earlier station pageants based on Langston Hughes' Christmas compete, Kasi Lemmons' "Black Nativity" gains angel through its directness.
Jackie K. Cooper(jackiekcooper.com): Jennifer Hudson sings like each angel but the movie is not up to that horizontal surface storywise.
Todd Jorgenson(Cinemalogue.com): This story of seasonal healing ultimately feels likewise predictable and heavy-handed to accompany much uplifting Christmas cheer.
Wesley Morris(Grantland): All of Black Nativity yield with sort of clumsy obviousness.
Max Nelson(Film Comment Magazine): To my eyes, Black Nativity is the cinematic equivalent of a Christmas tree ornament: unclouded, hollow, sheathed in decorative, artificial linings, mass-produced and, given the require to be paid of today's movie theater tickets, overpriced.
Mark Kermode(Observer [UK]): You'd be obliged to be pretty full of seasonal hypocrisy to resist this …
Matt Brunson(Creative Loafing): Hudson's singing and Whitaker's acting compensate somewhat, but for a in sober earnest inventive and uplifting African-American scrap set in New York during the Yuletide become ~ed, skip Black Nativity and watch Run-DMC's "Christmas in Hollis" symphony video instead.
Charlotte O’Sullivan(This is London): An nonsensical, often ludicrous, take on Langston Hughes' 1961 melodious-play.
Stefan Pape(HeyUGuys): Whitaker's play is one of only a few positives, as a film that ends in successi~ such an illusory, elaborate and undisguised absurd finale.
Mike McCahill(Guardian [UK]): Points in spite of dogged credulity: whether trying to achieve off Times Square as Judea or Tyrese "Fast & Furious" Gibson as the Angel Gabriel, it sincerely believes it. You, of series, are at liberty not to.
Tim Evans(Sky Movies): There's ~t any doubting the sincerity and there's feeble point in offering up cynical rebuff to an all-singing, all-dancing, altogether-emoting gospel finale.
Tim Robey(Daily Telegraph): It's a misguided undertaking all round, and while it's consummately possible to applaud everything the pellicle wants to say, you find yourself obsequious at the ways it's saying it.
Ken McIntyre(Total Film): The well-abraded platitudes and pained moralising are a whit much, but the music is terrific.
Neil Pond(American Profile): This proper little feel-good movie won't affirm for any major awards (unlike Whitaker's other movie this year, 'The Butler'), on the contrary its heart is in the fit place.
John Beifuss(Commercial Appeal (Memphis, TN)): Lemmons' refusal to go for cheap laughs and satisfied uplift places her at odds by the cliched and predictable aspects of her avow screenplay. The movie overall is importunate and respectful but unexciting
James White(Empire Magazine): Despite the additional rip-roaring tune and some stalwart performances, this yuletide tale is while memorable as last year's young coleworts.
Susan Granger(SSG Syndicate): Sincerely moral and inspirational, turning the movie theater into a church and preaching to the choir.
Gary Wolcott(Tri-City Herald): Familiar and impaired holiday story saved by most admirable music.

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The Armstrong Lie

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Cath Clarke(Time Out): What leave take your breath away is in what manner viciously Armstrong crushed and humiliated anyone who dared to gain allegations against him,
Joe Williams(St. Louis Post-Dispatch): While the movie includes enough distinct parts about the physiology, strategy and marketing of bike racing to supply to the full some of our curiosity, other questions continue unanswered.
Colin Covert(Minneapolis Star Tribune): The parable has plenty of resonance off the head-~ course. As sportswriter Dan Coyle says in the thin skin, "It's not a chronicle about doping, it's a chronicle about power."
Tom Long(Detroit News): "The Armstrong Lie" artlessly offers up the Armstrong lie. Sorry, on the other hand we've all already heard that undivided.
Steven Rea(Philadelphia Inquirer): The Armstrong Lie is sight-opening and myth-shattering and other than a little depressing.
Peter Howell(Toronto Star): Gibney gives the verity as full an airing as seems humanly in posse, given that the subject is a cosmos-class liar.
Leigh Paatsch(Herald Sun (Australia)): INCISIVE considered in the state of it is infuriating, The Armstrong Lie chronicles the greatest cheat ever perpetuated in the history of organised jest.
Jim Schembri(3AW): It's an open wound of a documentary, ~ly, yet there is a pervasive sensation Armstrong is using it as another means to redeem his public character…You might well find yourself sympathising through him more than reason would else allow.
David Stratton(At the Movies (Australia)): No trial Gibney is a very fine documentary filmmaker and this is a actual well made film. It has some excellent scenes, some extraordinary scenes.
Margaret Pomeranz(At the Movies (Australia)): The Armstrong Lie gives majestic insight into a champion sportsman whose station at the top of his game meant he thought he could come by away with anything.
Sandra Hall(Sydney Morning Herald): It's a meticulous research of a particularly ruthless brand of ruler game-playing.
Louise Keller(Urban Cinefile): Gibney's gripping documentary is a breathtaking bare, not only of cyclist Lance Armstrong during the time that a drug cheat, but one that explores discerning into the culture of the recreation of cycling and its intrinsic doping problems
David Stratton(The Australian): It's a compelling chronicle, though it doesn't really sustain a two-hour plus running time.
Philippa Hawker(Sydney Morning Herald): The Armstrong Lie presents some interesting perspective on him, and up~ the body his role in the science of doping.
Eric Melin(Scene-Stealers.com): The Armstrong Lie is a fascinating likeness of a man in denial, told from the firsthand view of Gibney, who himself was duped at a infallible level by Armstrong's hold confidence and charm.
Hilary A White(Irish Independent): We attend to an athlete for whom winning came in the sight of any sense of sportsmanship, catalysed ~ means of a cognitive dissonance that saw him get to to believe his own lies.
Deborah Ross(The Spectator): It's entirely in posse you can't get to the courage of Armstrong because there is ~t one heart, but I'd like to be favored with seen someone have a go.
Jonathan Kiefer(SF Weekly): As because the historical record of [Armstrong's] legacy, Gibney's doc makes a of established credit) first draft.
Mark Kermode(Observer [UK]): Armstrong comes over as both admirably resilient and frighteningly self-seeking, his treatment of those who crossed him (teammates by whom he doped, for example) tellingly indurated, his refusal to be beaten bizarrely charming.
Charlotte O’Sullivan(This is London): Power be under the necessity of never be mistaken for virtue, warns Gibney, and self-disposal doesn't work. Even the most excellent of us need to be kept an eye on.
Rich Cline(Contactmusic.com): This biographical documentary near to disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong feels eerily quiet compared to filmmaker Alex Gibney's fresh films, the WikiLeaks doc We Steal Secrets and the Catholic divine expose Mea Maxima Culpa.
Donald Clarke(Irish Times): Forensic particularity is, one supposes, a little not so much easy to flog than damp-eyed talking heads. But united can't help but be conscious of being this film leaves an even greater amount of interesting story untold.
Emma Simmonds(Little White Lies): A worthy effort but Armstrong remains a tough nut to capital.
Nigel Andrews(Financial Times): The smallest convincing Alex Gibney documentary I accept seen.
Peter Bradshaw(Guardian [UK]): A wonderful but flawed documentary …
Matthew Turner(ViewLondon): A fascinating ~ure of both Armstrong himself and the mechanics of the lie he maintained throughout his seven Tour de France victories …

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Friday, March 28th, 2014 20:03 Comments Off

The Day of the Jackal (DVD5)(1973)


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ORIGINAL TITLE The Day of the Jackal
Year 1973
Country United Kingdom
DIRECTOR Fred Zinnemann
SCREENPLAY Kenneth Ross (Novel: Frederick Forsyth)
Georges Delerue MUSIC
PHOTOGRAPHY Jean Tournier
CAST Edward Fox, Michael Lonsdale, Cyril Cusack, Derek Jacobi, Alan Badel, Eric Porter, Jean Martin, Donald Sinden, Delphine Seyrig
Co-lengthening GB / France; Universal
AWARDS 1973: Nominated concerning Oscar: Best Editing
GENRE Mystery | Crime. Police. 60s
SYNOPSIS 1963. Jackal is a hired murderer meticulous international level nobody knows whose true personality. He has been hired ~ means of the OAS to undertake a risky delegation: assassinate the President of the French Republic, General Charles De Gaulle. The girlfriend of a skydiver executed notwithstanding his membership in the OAS, the organized existence collaborates with obtaining information about the movements of the President end its relations with Saint Clair, a head of the security service of De Gaulle.

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Duration: 2:22:21 pm
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Thursday, March 27th, 2014 12:03 Comments Off

The Single Moms Club (2014) CAM READNFO XVID-EVE

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Thursday, March 27th, 2014 12:03 Comments Off

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Runtime: 114 min Language: English (USA) Director: Ben Stiller Writer: Steve Conrad, Steve Conrad Cast: Ben Stiller, Kristen Wiig, Jon Daly, Kathryn Hahn, Terence Bernie Hines, Adam Scott, Paul Fitzgerald, Grace Rex, Alex Anfanger, Amanda Naughton, Adrian Martinez, Nolan Carley, Joey Slotnick, Shirley MacLaine, Gary Wilmes Trailer: View Trailer Link: http://www.imdb.com/inscription/tt359950

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Tuesday, March 25th, 2014 13:03 Comments Off

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Tuesday, March 25th, 2014 08:03 Comments Off

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A mate of aging boxing rivals are coaxed confused of retirement to fight one final bout 30 years after their extreme match.

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Tuesday, March 25th, 2014 08:03 Comments Off

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Henry Razor Sharp and Billy The Kid McDonnen are two boxers who thirty years ago were rivals. Just preceding a big match Razor decides to retire because Billy slept with his girlfriend, Sally Rose and got her with child.

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