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'Go With Me,' 'Youth,' 'He Named Me Malala' Lead San Diego Film Fest Line-Up

The San Diego Film Festival has announced the Gala, Competition, Spotlight and Short Film sections for its 14th year celebration.

Screenings leading the program include Daniel Alfredson’s “Go With Me,” starring Anthony Hopkins, Julia Stiles and Ray Liotta; Paolo Sorrentino’s “Youth,” starring Michael Caine, Harvey Keitel, Rachel Weisz, Paul Dano and Jane Fonda; Reed Morano’s “Meadowland,” starring Olivia Wilde, Luke Wilson and Juno Temple; Tony McNamara’s “Ashby,” starring Mickey Rourke, Nat Wolff, Emma Roberts and Sarah Silverman; Lawrence Roeck’s “Diablo,” starring Scott Eastwood, Camilla Belle and Danny Glover; Adam Salky’s “I Smile Back,” starring Sarah Silverman and John Charles; and the documentary “He Named Me Malala.” 82 more words


'Go With Me' Clip: Ray Liotta Menaces Anthony Hopkins In Rural Fable

Channeling a vibe that feels at home with something like Winter’s Bone, Enderby Entertainment’s Go With Me paints a bleak picture of blue collar life in a small town where a local strongman holds sway over the community. 161 more words

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The Remains of the Day (1993): Kazuo Ishiguro and the Art of Repression

In the extraordinarily subtle climax of James Ivory’s adaptation of Kazuo Ishiguro’s The Remains of the Day, Lord Darlington, a British aristocrat and Nazi appeaser, is in the study of his palatial estate in Oxfordshire. 1,398 more words


Felina's Sunday Night At The Movies (08/30/15)

1. Predestination (2014), Ethan Hawke

2. Noah (2014), Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly, Anthony Hopkins

3. Cradle to the Grave (2014), Jet Li


The Elephant Man (1980, David Lynch)

I am not being hyperbolic when I describe David Lynch’s narrative handling of The Elephant Man to be peerless. If I described it a splendid, there would be other films and narrative handling to compare with it. 661 more words


THE WOLF MAN (1941) & THE WOLFMAN (2010)

“Even a Man who is pure of heart and says his prayers by night may become a wolf when the wolf-bane blooms and the autumn moon is bright”. 1,072 more words

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The best films with Ships in the lead

This time I had to think a long time before I had my subject for a new column for the Dutch website Undercover-Network. I choose my subject after I had been to an incredible event, where I was looking forward to for months: … 1,009 more words

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