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Gladiator (2000)

Ridley Scott’s modern classic may take a lot of cues from the likes of Spartacus and Ben Hur but in many ways it surpasses them. 254 more words


Gladiator (2000)

100 Films’ 100 Favourites #38

The general who became a slave.
The slave who became a gladiator.
The gladiator who defied an empire.

Country: USA & UK… 1,146 more words


To Die For (1995)

Nedidelės Vilties (ang. Little Hope) miestelį Naujojo Hampšyro valstijoje sukrečia kraupi žmogžudystė. Reporterių bėgančios kojos, fotoaparatų pokšinčios blykstės, laikraščių antraštės vagia pirmąsias filmo minutes. Jas pakeičia Suzanne Stone (ji prisipažįsta, kad tai dabartinė jos dabartinė ir profesinės pavardė) (akt. 478 more words


Amazon Studios Lands Lynne Ramsay-Joaquin Phoenix Drama 'You Were Never Really Here:' Cannes

EXCLUSIVE: After an all-night bargaining session, Amazon Studios has made a big splashy deal for You Were Never Really Here, the drama that Lynne Ramsay will direct with Joaquin Phoenix starring and production to begin early fall. 164 more words


Cannes: Amazon Sweeps in To Buy Joaquin Phoenix's 'You Were Never Really Here'

Updated: In a last-minute deal, Amazon Studios swept in to buy U.S. rights to “You Were Never Really Here” for around $3.5 million.

The drama, starring Joaquin Phoenix and directed by Lynne Ramsay (“We Need to Talk About Kevin”), is one of the buzzier projects to be sold on the Cannes market. 226 more words


Her (2013)

A lonely writer develops an unlikely relationship with his newly purchased operating system that’s designed to meet his every need. (IMDb)

Jonze’s poignantly prophetic near-future world is thoughtfully crafted, as the story subtly showcases its cultural milieu (see the letter writing job, voice-activated tech) and gorgeous, washed-out cinematography captures its streamlined urban isolation. 30 more words

Review: Her (2013)

Her (2013)

Spike Jonze’s new romantic cyber comedy on paper seems like a welcome return to form after the eccentric departure from reality with Where the Wild Things Are.   545 more words

Andrew Mackay