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Re: Shame

The irony of Shame is that if director/writer Steve McQueen had given his main character, Brandon (Michael Fassbender), a drug or alcohol addiction instead of a sex addiction, this film would have been taken more seriously. 446 more words

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Faux West

Kodi Smit-Mcphee. Your fancy name ain’t gonna save ya from this disaster, son. Goes for you too, Mr Michael Fassbender, if that in fact is your name. 205 more words

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This week’s Hidden Gem is Western film Slow West filled with drama and action starring Michael Fassbender (12 Years a Slave) and Ben Mendelsohn.

Set at the end of the 19th Century, Slow West is an American western filtered through the eyes of European filmmaking. 101 more words

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Steve Jobs movie gets prestigious film festival slot

The new Steve Jobs biopic just landed a prestigious spot in this fall’s New York Film Festival, putting the movie in award-winning company.

The film, called… 206 more words

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Movie Review: Slow West (2015)

Slow West (2015)

Starring- Kodi Smit-McPhee, Michael Fassbender, Ben Mendelsohn, Caren Pistorius

Director- John Maclean

R- violence and brief language

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Slow West works in the way the best modern westerns do — as a simultaneous deconstruction of the old familiar tropes and the cultural morass surrounding them and as a near-total embrace of the genre and its conventions — and it can be proud to count itself if not among their number then at least closely adjacent. 1,026 more words

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Attendees of the 53rd New York Film Festival in October will be treated to an early screening of Aaron Sorkin’s upcoming ‘Steve Jobs’ biopic. While the Hollywood version of Steve Jobs biography is set to debut in theaters on October 9th, the NYFF… 116 more words

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'STEVE JOBS' Starring Michael Fassbender Selected At 53rd New York Film Festival

The Film Society of Lincoln Center announced today that the selection of Universal Pictures and Legendary Pictures’ Steve Jobs, written by Aaron Sorkin and directed by Danny Boyle, as the Centerpiece of the upcoming 53rd New York Film Festival (Sept. 424 more words

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