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Nightcrawler (2014)

A shadowy, muddy, defiantly cold thriller, Dan Gilroy’s Nightcrawler is wonderful noir entertainment. This 2014 motion picture is an exciting, snaking caricature of American derring-do, coiled into a classical tale that finds videographers with camcorders and ambition prowling the Los Angeles night looking for gore and grime to capture with their pervasive lenses. 658 more words

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Review: Nightcrawler

RATING: 4/5

Jake Gyllenhaal delivers a piercing, career defining performance of a sociopath, gripped by a compulsion to document something that he thinks people want, with the sheer purpose of becoming  240 more words

David Rank

Lightning Review: Nightcrawler

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Louis Bloom (Jake Gyllenhaal) gets himself into the world of street crime journalism. He considers himself a hard-working businessman and will do anything to get the story, and a paycheck. 325 more words

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How a career man got a real life....

Eat a little dirt, crush a little road… getting the sack can balance your reality check book.

He boomed into town on a Kawasaki KLR 650. 1,318 more words

American Horror Story

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Nightcrawler

(Dan Gilroy, US, 2014)

It’s all too easy to satirise the media in 2014. When the phone-hacking scandal sheds a light on the extent of the gutter press, Upworthy and its click-baiting ilk perpetuate manipulative nonsense and Fox News aggressively subscribes to a knee-jerk line of political thinking, the whole enterprise is such a carnival of grotesqueries that any critique is painfully self-evident. 893 more words

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The Country House – life in the country isn’t that quiet

Everything is lovely in the country house owned by the aging actress Anna Patterson – at least on the surface. She has gathered the family to mourn the year anniversary of her daughter’s death. 249 more words

NYC Arts & Entertainment

Blythe Danner on 'The Country House's' Family of Performers: 'It's a Lot of Truth'

The Manhattan Theater Club’s production of “The Country House,” written by Donald Margulies, directed by Daniel Sullivan and starring Blythe Danner, debuted to a star-studded audience at Manhattan’s Samuel J. 701 more words

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