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Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance review trailer

In the first Ghost Rider film, Nicolas Cage, playing the character of Johnny Blaze, made a deal with the devil in order to prevent his father’s death. 471 mots de plus

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Film review: 'The Trust' ★

The Trust is billed as a crime thriller-cum-black comedy. Unfortunately,  this first outing from the brotherly directorial pairing of Alex and Benjamin Brewer is neither thrilling nor funny on any level. 58 mots de plus

2016

#TheTrust - A Tango's Thoughts review

Originality seems scarce in Hollywood right now but every once in a while, a movie comes along that makes you remember why you loved movies in the first place. 369 mots de plus

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Paul Schrader On Unleashing 'Dog Eat Dog', The Studio System & Whether He'll Work With Martin Scorsese Again - Cannes Studio

Paul Schrader returned to the Croisette this year with his pulp crime pic Dog Eat Dog which made its premiere during the closing of Directors’ Fortnight. 466 mots de plus

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Celebs Photoshopped To Look Like Their Awful Fan Art

An Imgur user has compiled a hilarious album with a little help from Photoshop! His album has already had over 250,000 views.

He made a gallery showing what celebs look like in real life, followed by fan art of the celebrities. 28 mots de plus

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Gone in 60 Seconds

Released 2000 Rating 15 in UK Director Dominic Sena Writer/s H.B.Halicki, Scott Rosenberg Starring Nicolas Cage, Angelina Jolie, Giovani Ribisi, Robert Duvall Source of story… 128 mots de plus
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Cannes Film Review: 'Dog Eat Dog'

They say prostitution is the world’s oldest profession, but that’s only because crime doesn’t pay, or else robbers, murderers and thieves would surely come first. Their exploits have been the stuff of cinema since the medium’s earliest days, to the extent that the crime genre has become all but calcified — which surely explains why director Paul Schrader goes so far out of his way to break all the rules with “Dog Eat Dog.” Coming off the indignity of having “Dying of the Light” taken away from him, the “Taxi Driver” screenwriter-turned-director seems determined to try out some new tricks. 822 mots de plus

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