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Fargo Movie Review: "Yeah? Oh Yeah! Yeah. Oh Yeah?"

Have you seen Fargo? Well if you haven’t take about an hour and a half to go watch this awesome movie. Fargo is, as they say on the cover, a home spun murder story. 417 mots de plus

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Emmy Predictions: Six Oscar Winners & Nominees Wrestle For Limited Series/Movie Actress Prize

Just as in the Lead Actor in a Limited Series or Movie category for this year’s Primetime Emmy Awards, the females in this race include such pedigreed talent as Oscar-, Grammy- and Golden Globe-winning actresses. 956 mots de plus

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Richard Jenkins Talks Hairpieces & Old-Man Crushes On 'Olive Kitteridge' Costar Zoe Kazan - Emmys

Nominated for an Oscar for his role in 2007’s The Visitor, character actor Richard Jenkins is back in the awards spotlight with a lead actor in a limited series/movie Emmy nomination for the role of Henry Kitteridge in HBO’s… 1 067 mots de plus


Emmys: Turning Frances McDormand Into Elephant Is New Territory For VFX Studio – Exclusive Video

Bryan Godwin, CEO of Shade VFX, has overseen visual effects on a number of major studio pictures and acclaimed TV series in recent years, including… 298 mots de plus


Darkman: 25th Anniversary - Audiences Everywhere

Darkman was the blockbuster stepping stone between Army of Darkness andSpider-Man for Sam Raimi, and that’s exactly what it feels like. When the director couldn’t get the rights to various other existing superhero properties such as Batman and The Shadow (their loss), he decided to create his own inspired by the movies he grew up with. 21 mots de plus

Lisa Cholodenko: Annette Bening “Really Loved” ‘The Kids Are Alright’ TV Script – Emmys

Lisa Cholodenko has long been a well-respected director with her film The Kids Are Alright garnering four Oscar noms and Laurel Canyon seeing its stars Alessandro Nivola and Frances McDormand nominated for Spirit Awards. 900 mots de plus


52 Weeks of Directors: Lisa Cholodenko

« Do we value highly enough the aesthetic to which women are attracted? We valued it in the 70s, when films like The Graduate, … 1 454 mots de plus