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AMERICAN SNIPER, THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E., and the POINT BREAK Remake Get New Release Dates

Posted 4 months ago
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Warner Bros. shifted their slate around a bit today which resulted in new release dates for a trio of their films.

Director Clint Eastwood's film American Sniper, starring Bradley Cooper, will now open in select theaters on Christmas Day.
Guy Ritchie's adaptation of The Man from U.N.C.L.E., which stars Armie Hammer and Henry Cavill, will now open on August 14th, 2015.
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Top 10 films directed by Clint Eastwood

Posted 6 months ago
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Critics are in agreement that "Jersey Boys" isn't his finest two hours as a director, but which film was? We count down the Oscar winner's greatest hits behind the camera, from "Unforgiven" to "Mystic River."
Related Links: Clint Eastwood, Mystic River (2003), Unforgiven (1992), Jersey Boys (2014)
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Jersey Boys

Posted 6 months ago
Four guys stand under a street lamp, singing their hearts out. That's the iconic vision of Doo-wop/pop groups like The Four Seasons. The Tony Award-winning Broadway musical Jersey Boys puts a name and face to that image. Clint Eastwood's screen adaptation, triumphantly for the most part, makes their tale cinematic.

(Photo courtesy of Warner Bros.)
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Why Hollywood Will Never Give Up on the Western

Posted 7 months ago
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The Western should have died years ago. A vestige of an era before we had 50 states, it is a genre of stories about impolitic men in the age of the politically correct, about riding horses in a car culture and about traversing unsettled land that has long since urbanized.
A quintessentially American genre, the Western's commercial appeal should be limited now that other countries dominate ...
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Oscar Predictions: ‘Gravity’ Will Be the Biggest Winner, But Will It Win the Big One?

Posted 10 months ago
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When it comes to Oscar predictions, some years are easier than others. This one isn’t easy.
In fact, with three films going into Oscar weekend with a legitimate chance to win, this looks like the most wide-open Oscars since 2000, when “Gladiator,” “Traffic” and “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” battled to the end. The first of those won five Osars, including ...
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Trailer for the Japanese Remake of UNFORGIVEN Starring Ken Watanabe, Akira Emoto, and Jun Kunimura

Posted 10 months ago
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Warner Bros. U.K. has posted a trailer for the Japanese remake of Unforgiven.  For those who haven’t seen Clint Eastwood’s 1992 masterpiece, it centers on an old gunfighter who reluctantly joins his former partner and a swaggering hotshot to claim the bounty on two men who attacked a prostitute.  The remake changes the setting to Hokkaido in 1880 and from gunslingers to samurai, but the ...
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America's Most Noble Creation: The Western Movie

Posted 11 months ago
Yes, they were racist and sexist; yes, they were corny and formulaic and historically inaccurate (if not downright fantastic), and yes, the rules protecting animals from being treated cruelly weren't in place yet. But nonetheless, there was a time when the "western" (the "cowboy movie") was not only Hollywood's bread-and-butter staple, it was the idiom by which the rest of ...
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