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Noirvember: L.A. Confidential (1997)

There was no stopping Titanic in 1997, iceberg be damned. James Cameron’s epic disaster movie had all the momentum of the times, and yet it’s a smaller movie that captured more of the critics and was far more deserving of the ultimate Oscar prizes that year. 2,796 more words


(Ch. 11) Film Screenings, Junkets, & Getting Access

Getting Access to Film Screenings

Every major film studio has agents (or film publicists) to work with the media. Pre-release screenings are set up in major metropolitan areas, and film critics are invited to these and usually offered the best seats in the house. 969 more words

Star Trek: First Contact (1996)

The greatest nemesis of the federation, the Borg attempt to assimilate Earth in this enjoyable addition to the Star Trek franchise.

There are some great effects and director Jonathan Frakes had clearly done his homework; the space battle is spectacular – if a little brief – and he cleverly chose to transform the sterile, neon-lit corridors of the Enterprise into the kind of gloomy, atmospheric locations that would not look out of place on the Nostromo. 160 more words


HBO Announces January 15 American Debut for The Young Pope

HBO has confirmed the debut date for the ten-episode limited drama series THE YOUNG POPE, with the first part scheduled to debut SUNDAY, JAN. 15 (9:00-10:00 p.m. 433 more words


L.A. Confidential (1997)

“It’s best to stay away from a man when his blood is up.”

—Captain Dudley Smith



Released 2009 Rating 12A in UK Director Jonathan Mostow Writer/s Michael Ferris, John Brancato Starring Bruce Wills, Radha Mitchell, Rosamund Pike, James Cromwell Source of story… 143 more words