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DCFF 2015: Tim Blake Nelson "Anesthesia" Interview

Last weekend saw an exclusive deadCenter 2015 one time showing of native Oklahoman Tim Blake Nelson’s upcoming film titled “Anesthesia”. The film follows the stories of several people in New York leading up to the tragic mugging of a Columbia University Professor. 2,381 more words

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DCFF 2015: Anesthesia Delivers Hope Among the Hurting

Last weekend’s deadCenter Film Festival featured a number of upcoming high profile releases like The Overnight and The Stanford Prison Experiment, but none were as exclusive as native Oklahoman actor/writer/director  962 more words

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Movie Review: The Homesman (2014)

The Homesman (2014)

Starring- Tommy Lee Jones, Hilary Swank, Grace Gummer, Mirando Otto, Sonja Richter, Jo Harvey Allen, Barry Corbin, David Dencik, William Fichtner, Evan Jones, Caroline Lagerfelt, John Lithgow, Tim Blake Nelson, Jesse Plemons, James Spader, Hailee Steinfeld, Meryl Streep… 1,566 more words

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Second Breakfast: Tommy Lee Jones Turns to Directing with 'The Homesman'

Usually when an actor decides to write, produce, direct, and star in a movie, disaster hides just around the corner, an elbow clearly visible, alerting you to its presence, warning you of an impending “boo!”, one that you lack the strength to avoid because, damn it, disaster just endears to you so much, and could use the giggle storm that would doubtless follow your feigned surprise once it jumps out at you… hah… sorry, I got a little lost there. 748 more words

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Kristen Stewart-Starrer 'Anesthesia' Heading To IFC; Tim BIake Nelson Directed - Cannes

EXCLUSIVE: IFC is in talks to acquire Anesthesia, the Tim Blake Nelson drama in which he stars with Kristen Stewart, Glenn Close, Sam Waterston and Gretchen Mol. 56 more words


Holes (2003)

Director – Andrew Davis

Starring – Sigourney Weaver, Jon Voight, Tim Blake Nelson, Shia LaBeouf,


I automatically start singing ‘Holes’ by Mercury Rev when i read about this film. Cannae help it

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O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000)

An infectious and wonderful old-timey soundtrack accompanies this highly enjoyable 1930s-set adventure-comedy, full of hilarious mishaps, well-crafted and witty dialogue, and a diverse set of memorable characters that range from charming to deadly. 36 more words

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