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53 Years and 622 Women Later

Director: Mike Newell

Writers: Ronald Harwood (Screenplay), Gabriel Garcia Marquez (Novel)

Cast: Javier Bardem, Giovanna Mezzogiorno, Benjamin Bratt

I have not read the book. Ya its a disgrace. 171 more words

World Cinema

Vicky Cristina Barcelona (2008): "Life is short. Life is dull. Life is full of pain. And this is a chance for something special."

Director Woody Allen’s love letter to the beautiful Catalonian capital, Vicky Cristina Barcelona (2008) tells the tale of two American tourists enjoying a holiday in the city. 863 more words

Film Grimoire

Line(s) of the Day #NoCountryForOldMen

 Call it, friend-o

Anton Chigurh (Javier Bardem) in the Oscar-winner for Best Film ‘No Country for Old Men’ (2007).

Line(s) Of The Day

Penélope Cruz Strips Down in L'Agent by Agent Provocateur's Sexy Campaign Film

Penélope Cruz is once again stepping both in front of and behind the camera for L’Agent by Agent Provocateur. Cruz, who co-designs the lingerie line with her sister Mónica (alongside Agent Provocateur creative director, Sarah Shotton), wrote and directed the label’s steamy autumn/winter 2014 campaign video. 169 more words

Channel Fashion

OBPC #80: No Country for Old Men, 2007

 Rating: 4 stars (out of 4)

No Country for Old Men (2007):  Written and directed by Joel and Ethan Coen.  Based upon the novel of the same name by Cormac McCarthy.  365 more words

Oscars Best Picture Countdown

Review: Skyfall

Skyfall has a lot of problems, problems all Bond films apparently must have, and which I’ll get to later. But it’s also subversive, perceptive, character-focused, and all manner of other accolades not normally associated with 007 or his genre of choice in general. 2,460 more words

Review

The Counselor: Plenty of Dirty, Horrible Themes

Hello everybody! Today we have a film called The Counselor. Believe me, its not what you think.

THE COUNSELOR

DIRECTOR: Ridley Scott

STARRING: Michael Fassbender, Penélope Cruz, Cameron Diaz, Javier Bardem, Brad Pitt… 372 more words

Film Reviews