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Gone Baby Gone

Gone Baby Gone is one of the few movies that will leave you questioning what happened in the end and whether it was the right choice to make or not.  270 more words


John Leguizamo Weekend - The Infiltrator (2016)

Director: Brad Furman

Writer: Ellen Sue Brown (Screenplay) Robert Mazur (Book)

Starring: Bryan Cranston, John Leguizamo, Diane Kruger, Daniel Mays, Amy Ryan, Jason Isaacs, Michael Pare, 259 more words


Jack Goes Boating (2010)

D: Philip Seymour Hoffman / 91m

Cast: Philip Seymour Hoffman, Amy Ryan, John Ortiz, Daphne Rubin-Vega, Tom McCarthy, Salvatore Inzerillo

When actors make the transition from appearing in front of the cameras to working behind them as directors, their first attempts at building a secondary career have a tendency to be remarkable debuts. 1,025 more words


Bridge Of Spies (2015)

A lawyer is drafted in by the C.I.A. to negotiate a prisoner exchange between America and Russia during the height of The Cold War.

Bridge Of Spies is another worthy tale concerning an individual making a difference in the world from Steven Spielberg. 131 more words


Gravitas Ventures Acquires 'ABUNDANT ACREAGE AVAILABLE'

Gravitas Ventures has acquired the theatrical and on-demand rights for Angus MacLachlan’s ABUNDANT ACREAGE AVAILABLE, following its premiere at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival where it won the Best Screenplay Award in the US Narrative Competition.   118 more words

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Amy Ryan's 'Abundant Acreage Available' Lands at Gravitas for Fall Release

Gravitas Ventures has secured North American rights to Angus MacLachlan’s family drama “Abundant Acreage Available,” starring Amy Ryan and Terry Kinney.

“Abundant Acreage Available” won the best screenplay award in the U.S. 230 more words


Kenneth's kiss could have been very fresh #richardarmitage

Well, despite the cigarettes? Somehow I missed it that Amy Ryan won an Obie performance award in May. (Interesting that the award was founded by the Village Voice because I don’t remember that outlet reviewing the play.) Her secret to preparing for the stage involves a Fisherman’s Friend.

Richard Armitage