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REVIEW: Inherent Vice

New York Film Festival

Thomas Pynchon’s novel “Inherent Vice” ends with his chief character, Doc Sportello,  attempting to discern shapes within a haze that has formed outside his car window.   656 more words

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The Purge: Anarchy (**) needs to improve if it wants to be the new Saw, Paranormal Activity

The Purge: Anarchy – 2014

Writer and Director James DeMonaco
Starring Frank Grillo, Carmen Ejogo, Zach Gilford, Kiele Sanchez, Michael K. Williams

In the second take of the dystopian series, we go outside the confines of the home to the streets of L.A., where, presumably, no one is safe. 379 more words


Paul Thomas Anderson's 'Inherent Vice' Gets a Cool New Banner

Paul Thomas Anderson is definitely one of the innovative and most creative directors of today. Every time a movie of his gets a trailer or hits theaters, people are watching. 154 more words


Mark Wahlberg Is In A World Of Hell In The New Trailer For 'The Gambler'

In the first trailer for The Gambler, a very bald John Goodman sternly explained to Mark Wahlberg what might eventually happen to him if he doesn’t pay back a loan. 131 more words

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Mark Wahlberg Is 60 Pound Lighter As A Prafessah Of Fack You In 'The Gambler'

Mark Wahlberg famously lost 60 pounds (going from 197 to 137, reportedly) to star in The Gambler, a remake of a James Caan film from 1974, but as Wahlberg freely admitted, an even bigger challenge was that his character was supposed to be a professor. 219 more words

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Red Band Trailer and Poster Released for The Gambler Starring Mark Wahlberg

Paramount Pictures has just released their first red band first trailer for The Gambler. This is a remake of the 1974 drama and stars Mark Wahlberg as a literature professor whose gambling obsession spirals out of control, affecting not only himself but also those around him. 77 more words