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High-Rise Movie Review

Ben Wheatley’s High–Rise is less a movie about plot than its theme. Based on a 1975 novel by J.G. Ballard, this parable about classism uses the title structure in dark and devious ways to show that its inhabitants are not best left to their own devices. 439 more words

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IFC & Showtime KO Deal For Liev Schreiber-Starrer 'The Bleeder' - Toronto

EXCLUSIVE, updated with Liev Schreiber statement: IFC Films and Showtime are partnering on a deal to acquire The Bleeder, the Philippe Falardeau-directed drama that stars Liev Schreiber as New Jersey boxer Chuck Wepner, the Rocky inspiration who almost went the distance with Muhammad Ali (he knocked him down but appeared to step on his foot), only to find his life on the ropes when he went a few rounds with cocaine. 201 more words

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THE FREE WORLD (2016): New Trailer From Elisabeth Moss, Boyd Holbrook, Octavia Spencer...

In director Jason Lew’s latest movie The Free world, Boyd Holbrook is a recently released former convict and Elisabeth Moss, a married woman with an abusive husband. 76 more words

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High-Rise is darkly, absurdly euphoric

The concept of big-budget, strange independent cinema is a concept that went out with the global financial crisis, something that makes the existence of Ben Wheatley ( 547 more words

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Elisabeth Moss' Drama 'The Square' Bought by Magnolia

Magnolia Pictures has bought the U.S. rights to Ruben Ostlund’s art world drama “The Square,” starring  Elisabeth Moss, Dominic West, and Claes Bang.

“The Square,” currently in production, follows a museum manager in charge of an exhibition space that houses a new installation providing people with a symbolic space where only good things can happen. 163 more words

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Truth (2015)

The story of The Killian Documents controversy (a.k.a. “Rathergate”) in the days leading up to the 2004 presidential election. When veteran newscaster Dan Rather 55 more words

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Blu-Ray Review: High-Rise

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Tom Hiddleston stars as Dr. Robert Laing, the newest resident of a luxurious apartment in a high-tech skyscraper whose lofty location places him amongst society s upper class. 477 more words

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