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Movie Flaws, Personality & DNA

Jake Gittes: There’s some black in the green part of your eye.
Evelyn Mulwray: Oh, that. It’s a…it’s a flaw in the iris.
Chinatown written by Robert Towne… 277 more words

Screenwriting

MICHEL GONDRY

The surreal, offbeat work of Michel Gondry is the focus of this week’s MASTER SHOT essay, with Daniel pondering the French auteur’s unique style and body of work. 1,022 more words

MASTER SHOT

My Year With Meryl: Adaptation (2002)

For the first time since she started making movies, Meryl took a hiatus from film acting. She wasn’t gone too long—Music of the Heart opened in late 1999, and she shot Adaptation in early 2001, a year and a half before it was released—but any Meryl fan will tell you that a year without her in a movie is never a good one. 988 more words

Meryl Streep

Your Weekly TV News Roundup: 'Homeland' Teases Season 4, FXX Plans World Domination With 'Simpsons' Site

The television world moves so fast that by the time you learn of a show’s premiere, it could already be canceled. It’s hard to keep track of the constant stream of television news, so Flavorwire is here to provide a weekly roundup of the most exciting — and baffling — casting and development updates. 426 more words

Television

Being John Malkovich (1999)

Perhaps the closest a Hollywood movie has ever gotten—and probably will ever get—to the free-associative shotgun spray of Salvador Dali’s and Luis Buñuel’s… 148 more words

Independent

The Radio Dan Show: July 21st, 2014

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Show Episodes

The One I Love Trailer Review

I dont have a whole lot to say about this trailer because its very brief and leaves the viewer with an idea of the films tone and setting but leaves the plot as more of a mystery. 396 more words

TV And Trailer Reviews