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Frank (2014) with Michael Fassbender

Frank is a 2014 British-Irish comedy-drama film directed by Lenny Abrahamson and starring Domhnall Gleeson, Maggie Gyllenhaal,Scoot McNairy and Michael Fassbender as the title character. The film premiered at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival and was released on 9 May 2014 in the United Kingdom and Ireland. 91 more words

Drama Movie

DVD DEN | MOVIE MONDAY ROUND UP

It’s that time of week yet again where we help you decide what to add to your dvd collection. This week it’s The Amazing Spiderman… 15 more words

DVD Den

Sundance Next: The New Breed


Independent artist and filmmakers have always been able to play to the music of their art form, while Sundance has always given them a place to speak to the music of their art. 347 more words

Arts

VIDEO REVIEW | OBVIOUS CHILD

A twenty-something comedienne’s unplanned pregnancy forces her to confront the realities of independent womanhood for the first time. It’s a been a smash at all of this year’s major film festival so here we have the reel deal on… 22 more words

Film

Land Ho! Not Grumpy Old Men (Review and Trailer)

Land Ho! Not Grumpy Old Men (Review and Trailer)

Sony Pictures Classics snapped up the distribution rights to Gamechanger Films’ Land Ho! a quiet amusing film about two not so grumpy old men who face their mutual “late-life” crisis together on a tour of Iceland. 20 more words

Entertainment

Land Ho! Not Grumpy Old Men (Review and Trailer)

Land Ho! Not Grumpy Old Men (Review and Trailer)

Sony Pictures Classics snapped up the distribution rights to Gamechanger Films’ Land Ho! a quiet amusing film about two not so grumpy old men who face their mutual “late-life” crisis together on a tour of Iceland. 20 more words

Entertainment

Rose McGowan Reaches for Oscar With Short Film Directorial Debut‏ -- "DAWN"

DAWN

TO HAVE OSCAR © QUALIFYING RUN IN LOS ANGELES

“Best be described as Douglas Sirk-meets-David Lynch” – Chris O’Falt, THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER
“Provocative…slowly seductive” – … 426 more words

Film & Television