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The Adventurer: The Curse of the Midas Box (2013) | The 2010s Suck

One of our first live-action films in ages, today we finally look at a genuine bad live-action film that I can legitimately call a “film.” Whereas one of our previous bad entries, “ 6,504 more words


REVIEW: Far from the Madding Crowd

All period films should feel as urgent as Thomas Vinterberg’s “Far from the Madding Crowd.”  Though the story might take place in Victorian England, none of the characters ever feel preserved in amber.   492 more words

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Student Films 'Lucy,' 'Day One' Win BAFTA/LA Shorts Contest

Short films “Day One” and “Lucy” topped the BAFTA U.S. student competition on Thursday.

“Day One,” directed by Afghan war vet Henry Hughes of AFI, took the BAFTA U.S. 282 more words


The Adventurer: The Curse of the Midas Box (2013)


The rundown: London, 1885. Charity (Michael Sheen) arrives, wounded, at the British Museum, spinning a tale to Mr. and Mrs. Mundi (Ioan Gruffudd and Keeley Hawes) and their children Mariah (Aneurin Barnard, yes, a boy) and Felix about a box that turns stuff into gold. 268 more words

Sarah Silverman Confirmed To Return To 'Masters Of Sex'

Showtime has confirmed Deadline’s scoop that Sarah Silverman will reprise her role as Helen on the third season of Masters Of Sex. After appearing in two episodes in Season 2, Silverman will return for a multi-episode arc in the third go-round. 160 more words


Quote, Unquote : Michael Sheen

“For a culture that has such a problem with death, we seem to deal with it in a quite bizarre way. We see people shot, killed and blown up, and we find it funny and sexy and all those things. 29 more words

Michael Sheen On ‘Masters Of Sex’ Season 3: Sarah Silverman Will Be Back

Season 3 premieres July 12, but Masters Of Sex’s leading man is staying fairly tight-lipped about what’s coming up on the show. However, he does hint that he and real-life girlfriend Sarah Silverman might be sharing some scenes this season, and says that The Good Wife alum Josh Charles, a new addition to Masters, is “a lovely guy and a terrific actor.” Season 3 sees Masters (Sheen) and Johnson (Lizzy Caplan) publishing their research and becoming public figures as a result, a move that affects them, Sheen says, “not necessarily the way that you’d expect.” Also an upcoming role in the Joseph Cedar-directed film Oppenheimer Strategies sees Sheen working alongside Richard Gere and again, Josh Charles. 1,144 more words