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ABC Film Challenge - Oscar Nomination - J - Joy (2015)

Director: David O Russell

Writer: David O Russell (Screenplay) David O Russell, Annie Mumolo (Story)

Starring: Jennifer Lawrence, Robert De Niro, Bradley Cooper, Edgar Ramirez, Diane Ladd, Virginia Madsen, Isabella Rossellini… 641 more words

Drama

Flash Movie Review: Enemy

IT JUST TAKES A LITTLE empty feeling inside for a person to start envying someone else’s good fortune. I have seen it happen many times where a person cannot only envy but resent another individual who appears happy and content. 591 more words

Thriller

Sophia Bush, Jonathan Banks & Isabella Rossellini Join 'Incredibles 2'

Sophia Bush, Jonathan Banks and Isabella Rosselini have been added to the cast of Incredibles 2, Disney/Pixar’s sequel to the 2004 original. They join a voice cast that includes returning Craig T. 181 more words

Breaking News

Entry 727: Just Eat the Damned Thing

This may come as a shock to you, but I don’t care what you are eating. So stop putting your food on Facebook.

From my early… 742 more words

Humor

Havana Guppy of Hulu's "Shut Eye" reveals why Drina is more than just a rebellious teen

When Havana Guppy first started acting, she did it because it was a “lot of fun.” The young talent quickly amassed an impressive list of credits on series such as… 1,116 more words

TV

Blue Velvet: a Visual Analysis

“She wore Blue Velvet”… with these inmortal lyrics and Bobby Vinton’s melody opens David Lynch’s 1986 neo-noir psychological thriller. The film follows Jeffrey (Kyle McLachlan) as he one day finds a severed human ear and takes it to the police, to detective Williams (George Dickerson). 1,314 more words

Reviews

Movie Reviews 315 – Blue Velvet (1986)

David Lynch‘s unique and often disturbing storytelling style was already well established when he wrote and directed Blue Velvet. After his debut Eraserhead had patrons scratching their heads he briefly turned to mainstream cinema with the highly successful Elephant Man and then followed that with the disastrous Dune adaptation. 553 more words

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