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Daniel Day Lewis' son Gabriel looks as flawless as his father at Paris fashion show

Daniel Day Lewis’ son Gabriel Kane is a pretty stunning model.

What is it with celeb kids and posing? Scott Eastwood, Clint Eastwood’s son and Lily-Rose, Johnny Depp’s daughter are both known to move in fashionable circles. 312 more words


There Will Be Blood (2007, Paul Thomas Anderson)

There Will Be Blood. I don’t know where to start. Daniel Day-Lewis’s performance is biggest thing in the film–it’s the film, after all. Without Day-Lewis, the film’s not possible. 306 more words


Movie of the week #27

Room with a view (1985)

Directed by James Ivory

Written by Ruth Prawer Jhabvala, Based on the novel of the same name by E.M. Forster. 74 more words


Gangs of New York (2002, Martin Scorsese)

Gangs of New York is a really big, really bad epic. Director Scorsese pays so much attention to the scale of the film, with sweeping crane shots and intense (and terrible) action sequences, he doesn’t pay much attention to the other elements of the film. 307 more words


The Apple of My Mind’s Eye

This first came across the screen of my mind with Alan Rickman’s portrayal of Ronald Reagan in The Butler. Not a movie I took the time to watch but as I cut my teeth on Rickman as Hans Gruber in 1988s Christmas action flick Die Hard, I experienced an internal reorientation as to just who can portray whom. 931 more words

Reading My Mind


Director: Steven Spielberg


“The Washington of Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln is a world of collusion, compromise, and self-interest. The political sparring is brutal, with the lower chamber of Congress resembling a gladiatorial ring where legends are forged and vacillation can destroy a career.” (929, Ian Hayden Smith, … 839 more words

1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die

Gangs of New York, Mild Spoilers

Gangs of New York is a 2002 action movie directed by Martin Scorsese and starring Daniel Day-Lewis, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Cameron Diaz. The entire film is set in 19th-century New York’s infamous Five Points neighborhood. 573 more words

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