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Shania Twain, Michael Madsen Join John Travolta's Racing Movie 'Trading Paint'

Country music star Shania Twain, Michael Madsen, Toby Sebastian and Kevin Dunn have joined the cast of John Travolta’s racing movie “Trading Paint.”

Principal photography launched this week in Alabama with shooting scheduled through mid-September at several Alabama locations. 172 more words

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Quentin Tarantino's colleagues would love to see him direct the next 007 film

Imagine if Quentin Tarantino, one of modern cinema’s most controversial directors, took over the reins of the next James Bond film.

Well it’s not just fans of the Pulp Fiction creator who would like to see Quentin take control of the next adventure for the quintessential British spy. 404 more words

Film

The James Bond Series: DIE ANOTHER DAY

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James Bond is back with Frank and Tom thoroughly discussing Pierce Brosnan’s final cinematic outing as James Bond, DIE ANOTHER DAY. They also discuss Daniel Craig’s tentative return for Bond 25, Pierce Brosnan’s tenure, and a bit about Brosnan’s post Bond career. Enjoy!

Film Review

Let's Cast Quentin Tarantino's Manson Film

Welcome to Producer’s Chair, a mini-column in which Editor-in-Chief Michael Roffman offers his own career advice to artists and various figureheads in the film and music industry. 1,727 more words

Editorial

Movie - Reservoir Dogs [REVIEW] - The Quentin Tarantino Debut

IMDB Rating: 8,3/10
Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller
Director: Quentin Tarantino
Writer: Quentin Tarantino
Stars: Harvey Keitel, Tim Roth, Michael Madsen

Quentin Tarantino is known for a very genius-man. 458 more words

Review

Olivier Assayas's Boarding Gate


Olivier Assayas’s Boarding Gate is a fascinating and frustrating chamber piece that may have been more effective as a stage play. At any rate it certainly leaves an impression, thanks to two vivid, jagged edged performances from it’s leads, Asia Argento and Michael Madsen. 252 more words

Film Review

DONNIE BRASCO (1997)

Review by Derrick Carter

Running Time: 2 hours 7 minutes

MPAA Rating: R for some Strong Graphic Violence, Pervasive Strong Language, brief Nudity and Sexuality… 1,003 more words

Drama