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Out of the Furnace (2014)

Director: Scott Cooper

Release Date: December 6th, 2013 (US); January 29th, 2014 (UK)

Genre: Crime; Drama; Thriller

Starring: Christian Bale, Casey Affleck, Woody Harrelson

Scott Cooper’s film tells the story of two brothers left short-handed by the frankness of life, but more specifically it’s a look into the psyche of one sibling, Christian Bale’s Russell, emotionally shot and physically trapped. 951 more words


Exodus: Gods and Kings

Hello Guys! I’m proud to work on the next Ridley Scott movie: Exodus: Gods and kings
I always liked his work and Gladiator is one of my favorite movies ever! 6 more words

Out of the Furnace

Why didn’t this movie do better???

Out of the Furnace follows the story of Russell Baze as he finds that even a good man can find the hardest of times. 391 more words

'Batkid' Documentary Campaign Reaches Halfway Point, Trailer Launches

Filmmaker Dana Nachman has raised nearly $50,000 — about half of what’s she’s seeking — to finish the official Batkid documentary, “Batkid Begins.”

The film follows 5-year-old Miles Scott, a leukemia survivor who asked the Make-A-Wish Foundation last November to be transformed into Batkid for a day in San Francisco. 42 more words


The Fighter

There are just a handful of good boxing movies, but The Fighter must be ranked among them.

This 2010 film written by Scott Silver, Paul Tamasy, and Eric Johnson is based on the true story of two brothers who each attained some degree of success in the world of boxing.  526 more words

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Coming Soon - Exodus: Gods and Kings

Noah, while totally not a Bible based movie (sure, it had some similarities to what happens in Genesis, but it wasn’t rooted in Scripture) at least got people talking about God and the Bible. 144 more words

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Flowers of War : A Worth While Yet Forgotten War Film.

The Flicker Show – Flowers Of War

Okay here’s a film I’m surprised that is so overlooked and unheard of by so many people. I understand the film is foreign and us Americans typically don’t pay attention to them. 711 more words

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