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Red Pill vs Blue Pill - What's Your Flavor?

The Matrix is a sci-fi adventure ride in “bullet time” and one of the most significant films in the realm of philosophy and religion. Questions about self, life, what is real? 639 more words

Film History

And the Oscar Goes to...The Greatest Show on Earth

There’s romance, crime, thrills, laughs, and fun under the big top in this drama by director Cecil B. DeMille and starring Betty Hutton, Cornel Wilde, Charleston Heston, and Jimmy Stewart. 33 more words

Film Review

In Memory: "The worst evil is... self-censorship..."

“The worst evil is – and that’s the product of censorship – is the self-censorship, because that twists spines, that destroys my character because I have to think something else and say something else, I have to always control myself.”

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...to Casey Affleck

When you accept arguably the highest award for western art in film, you accept the responsibilities of an artist:

To make the world a more beautiful place

Today in Madonna History: March 25, 1997

On March 25 1997, Madonna performed You Must Love Me at the 68th Academy Awards. The song won the Academy Award for Best Original Song… 37 more words


After Nearly 40 Years in the Entertainment Business, Sean Penn Tells “CBS Sunday Morning” The Thrill is Gone

Penn Tells Tracy Smith: “I’m Not in Love with That Anymore”

After nearly 40 years in the entertainment business – and earning some of the industry’s top honors – actor-director-writer Sean Penn says the thrill is gone, in an interview with Tracy Smith for CBS SUNDAY MORNING to be broadcast Sunday, March 25 (9:00 AM, ET) on the CBS Television Network. 322 more words

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Frances McDormand

Frances McDormand has made headlines for her recent performance in Three Billboards Outside of Ebbing, Missouri. It was such a bad ass performance that she won the Academy Award for Best Actress. 354 more words