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Lost River (2015)

Lost River is a trash painting that’s stunning to look at but not necessarily exciting to dissect. I don’t think Gosling deserves the backlash he’s received and I think in time that will wane. 205 more words

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Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone May Reteam For Damien Chazelle's 'LA LA LAND'

Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone might be reteaming together to lead La La Land, the second film from Whiplash writer and director Damien Chazelle.

Said to be a contemporary musical set in and inspired by the City of Angels,  252 more words

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Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone to star in Damien Chazelle’s musical La La Land

Whiplash director Damien Chazelle is sweeping the tunes out of the stuffy music room and tossing them into a full-blown musical titled, La La Land… 183 more words

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Be Reel, Guys | Episode 3: Automotive Hubris

Noah and Chance shift into high gear for an episode about movie characters living through their cars. Press play for a discussion of “Drive” and “The Fast And The Furious,” plus a spirited debate about whether “Gone In Sixty Seconds” is the perfectly-mapped action movie or a drug tweaker’s nightmare. 14 more words

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Ryan Gosling And Emma Stone Are Starring In A Musical From The Director Of 'Whiplash'

After spending weeks filming Irrational Man with Woody Allen, Emma Stone needs to wash that old-man stink off her (it smells like typewriters and mothballs). … 119 more words

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4 Steps To Make Women Obsess Over You Like You’re Ryan Gosling

It may still be traditional for the man to make the first move and court his fair princess. It might be ballsy, brave and attractive to be able to approach a hot chick and chat her up. 874 more words

Lost River

Lost River is an ambitious project, but ultimately a hollow, lifeless experience.

by Owen Hughes (@ohughes86)

I first started a new post on WordPress for this review on the afternoon of Saturday 18th April, shortly after the credits rolled on Ryan Gosling’s directorial debut. 1,319 more words

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