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Trailer Time: Newsroom Season 3 Teaser #1 (HBO - 2014)

I would read the phone book if Aaron Sorkin wrote it.  In fact, I’m sure the phone book could be improved with snappy dialogue best consumed when walking quickly from one place to another.   134 more words



Released 7/11/14                              Rated: R

It was a good movie, but the ending left us with this kind of “meh” feeling. The movie was awesome; actors, premise, effects, etc., but the ending was a bit lackluster and I’m not entirely… 164 more words


Snowpiercer (R)

8 Stars
Writer/Director: Joon-ho Bong
Runtime: 2 hr. 6 min.
Released: June 27, 2014 Limited

Dystopian societies are hip.

So are post-apocalyptic civilizations.

It’s rare to find them together without robots, space travel or undead. 653 more words


Staff Picks: Flavorwire's Favorite Cultural Things This Week

Need a great book to read, album to listen to, or TV show to get hooked on? The Flavorwire team is here to help: in this weekly feature, our editorial staffers recommend the cultural object or experience they’ve enjoyed most in the past seven days. 839 more words


Gael García Bernal joins Canadians Priestley, Pill in 'Zoom'

TORONTO — A movie starring Mexican actor Gael García Bernal, Brazil’s Mariana Ximenes and Canadian stars Jason Priestley and Alison Pill will shoot scenes in Toronto next month. 130 more words



Upscale, gruesome, long, and unapologetically messy, Snowpiercer is a $40 million futuristic epic with startling visuals, a supercharged storyline, and oddball characters that don’t always conform to their presumed parameters. 821 more words


What to discuss after watching 'Snowpiercer'

The greatly-discussed Snowpiercer has been in theaters for a few weeks, and is now available on demand. If you like well-thought-out action films and don’t mind excessive violence, it’s time to fork over the $6 to watch it on your couch. 421 more words