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  • 'Women of the GULAG' shortlisted for Oscar nomination. Why isn't Russian film industry happy?

    01/21/2019 2:41:08 PM PST · by CondoleezzaProtege · 27 replies
    Moscow Times ^ | Jan 21, 2019
    On Jan. 22, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Academy will announce the five short documentary films up for the Oscar. Among the shortlisted films is the documentary “Women of the Gulag” by Russian-American director, Marianna Yarovskaya. It is the first time in the 91 years of the Oscar’s history that a woman director from Russia is so close to getting such prestigious award. Yarovskaya´s documentary film centers on the memories of six remarkable women survivors of the Gulag. Now in their eighties and nineties, they were sentenced to Soviet forced labor camps during the Stalin era. But...
  • Michael Medved's Best Movies of 2018

    12/31/2018 11:17:33 PM PST · by L.A.Justice · 46 replies
    Michael Medved Website ^ | 12/31/18 | Michael Medved
    1. Roma 2. Won't You Be My Neighbor 3. A Star is Born 4. The Ballad of Buster Scruggs 5. Green Book 6. First Man 7. Bohemian Rhapsody 8. Ralph Breaks the Internet 9. Mission Impossible: Fallout 10. The Front Runner
  • The New Mister Rogers Movie Starring Tom Hanks Has an Official Title (Puke)

    12/28/2018 8:08:15 PM PST · by Eddie01 · 56 replies
    relevant magazine ^ | Dec. 28, 2018 | TYLER HUCKABEE
    Hearts around the world were warmed earlier this year when Sony Pictures released its first image of Tom Hanks suited up for his role as Fred Rogers in the upcoming movie about Rogers’ incredible life of gentle love for children. Tom Hanks as Fred Rogers is an equation hardwired to explode hearts around the world with delight, so this movie jumped to the top of a lot of people’s Most Anticipated Movies of 2019 lists. And now, it has a title. > Yep, the movie will be called It’s a Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood. That makes a lot of...
  • LAPD and N.Y. police may differ on the best coast but agree 'Die Hard' is a Christmas movie

    12/24/2018 6:09:04 PM PST · by vannrox · 17 replies
    LA TImes via AP ^ | Dec 24, 2018 | 12:15 PM | Editorial Staff
    The Los Angeles and New York police departments are poking some fun at their perceived rivalry and wading into the hotly contested debate: Is “Die Hard” a Christmas movie? It began Monday when the NYPD tweeted it had been working with its Los Angeles counterpart “to protect Christmas since Hans Gruber’s 1988 attack on Nakatomi Plaza.” It included the hashtag “YesItsAChristmasMovie.” On this Christmas Eve, we’d like to acknowledge our partners at @LAPDHQ who have been working with us to protect Christmas since Hans Gruber’s 1988 attack on Nakatomi Plaza. #DetectiveJohnMclean #YesItsAChristmasMovie — NYPD NEWS (@NYPDnews) December 24, 2018...
  • A Christmas Carol (1984), with George C. Scott as Scrooge (Full video on YouTube)

    12/24/2018 1:06:04 PM PST · by ETL · 49 replies
    YouTube ^ | Dec 24, 2018
  • Bot Creates Hilarious Movie Script After Watching 1000 Hours of Hallmark Christmas Movies

    12/18/2018 6:17:40 PM PST · by CaptainPhilFan · 104 replies
    Twitter via Petty Mayonaise ^ | 12/12/18 | Keaton Patti
    Anyone need a good chuckle? A guy made a bot watch 1000 hours of Hallmark Christmas movies, and then had it write a script. All he shared was page One, and it's pretty funny. If Hallmark doesn't option the script, this would make an awesome lego movie. A few more lines at the site.
  • THE GIANT CLAW - A B-class movie reviewed by

    12/11/2018 5:00:27 AM PST · by vannrox · 47 replies
    BadMovies ^ | 14DEC07 | Andrew Borntreger
    THE GIANT CLAW Copyright 1957 Columbia Pictures Reviewed by Andrew Borntreger on 14 December 2007 (updated) Mitch MacAfee - Your all-purpose good guy: electronics engineer, sniper, ornithologist, physics wiz, ladies man, and test pilot. Fathers lock up your daughters, because he wears underwear that matches his cap, and it is leather. Sally Caldwell - That has to be the best rack I have ever seen on an adding machine. Her handling of a firearm would give a member of the USMC Shooting Team apoplexy to the tenth degree. I am at a loss how she hits anything. Pierre - A...
  • 5 reasons why 'A Christmas Story' is actually a terrible Christmas movie (barf alert)

    When A Christmas Story opened in theaters on Nov. 18, 1983, it was not one of the year’s biggest films. Thirty-five years later, that little movie looms large over the holiday season. You can buy “major award” leg lamps at any price point, tour Ralphie’s actual house that was used in the filming of the movie, watch the Broadway musical adaptation and, of course, spend 24 hours in front of the TV watching the annual Christmas Story marathon on basic cable. The film has become a Christmas tradition beloved by many — but not all. In this video, I make...
  • Producer: My Christian Film Got Rated ‘R.’ It Has No Nudity, Sex, Bad Language

    11/30/2018 4:38:04 PM PST · by ransomnote · 24 replies ^ | October 31, 2018 | J.P. Johnston
    Full Title: Producer: My Christian Film Got Rated ‘R.’ It Has No Nudity, Sex, Bad Language, Gore, Drugs. The Motion Picture Association of America adds its name to a list of increasingly brazen leftist media powerhouses who discriminate against conservative voices in the public square. Facebook: Graphic images of a woman smashing and eating a baby do not violate “community standards” but quoting a Bible verse on homosexuality does. Twitter: Conservative voices and alternative news sources frequently find themselves muzzled while profane rants against them are celebrated. Google: Discriminatory algorithms ensure that articles praising the Second Amendment, President Trump, traditional...
  • 2015: 10 Reasons Why ‘The Ten Commandments’ Is Truly Epic

    11/27/2018 4:03:00 PM PST · by vannrox · 78 replies
    Patheos ^ | 6 April 2015 | Kate O'Hare
    10 Reasons Why ‘The Ten Commandments’ Is Truly Epic April 6, 2015 by Kate O'Hare 0 Comments {COUNT} 10 Reasons Why ‘The Ten Commandments’ Is Truly Epic April 6, 2015 Kate O'Hare Patheos Explore the world's faith through different perspectives on religion and spirituality! Patheos has the views of the prevalent religions and spiritualities of the world. These days, when Hollywood attempts a Biblical epic for the big screen, the results are as likely to be embarrassing as edifying. Rather than rehashing the shortcomings of “Noah” (“Galaxy Quest” called, and they want their rock people back) or “Exodus: Gods and...
  • MOVIE TRAILER: BACKSTABBING FOR BEGINNERS (True story of UN oil for food )

    11/07/2018 7:57:03 PM PST · by E. Pluribus Unum · 5 replies ^ | Mar 22, 2018 | Rapid Trailer
    I just watched this movie. It doesn't get great reviews, probably because it tells the truth about the United Nations, but I liked it.
  • Box Office: Flag-Free ‘First Man’ Flopped All over the World

    11/04/2018 1:36:33 AM PDT · by JonnyFive · 51 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 11/3/18 | John Nolte
    First Man has officially flopped, and not just here at home, but all over the world. After three full weeks in distribution, the critical darling will barely creep over $40 million domestic and, according to Deadline, has already fallen out of the top ten. As of Thursday, and after 20 full days in release, First Man had grossed only $39 million domestic. Outside North America, the story about Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon, is doing even worse, with just $37 million. With a $60 million production budget and somewhere between $30 and $50 million spent...
  • Watched a Terrific Pro Life Silent Movie the Other Night on TCM

    11/03/2018 2:04:42 PM PDT · by murron · 17 replies
    Myself | Nov. 3, 2018 | Myself
    Name of the movie is Where are My Children?
  • Review: ‘Hunter Killer’ Explores the Depths of Geopolitics

    10/25/2018 11:17:19 AM PDT · by ProtectOurFreedom · 12 replies
    New York Times ^ | 10/25/18 | Ben Kenigsberg
    In “Hunter Killer,” ordinary alliances are suddenly upended and the United States Navy must do whatever it can to protect the interests of the Russian president. No, it’s not a documentary; it’s a submarine movie. Sent to find an American sub that appears to have sunk in Russian waters, Joe Glass (Gerard Butler), the captain of another American sub, quickly realizes that this was no ordinary sinking. A Russian vessel that plummeted alongside the missing American one was sabotaged, not torpedoed. Above ground, the Russian defense minister (Michael Gor) is staging a coup. He’s taken the Russian president (Alexander Diachenko)...
  • Media Ignores Big Opening and Critical Acclaim for 'Gosnell' Movie

    10/17/2018 4:43:33 AM PDT · by a little elbow grease · 15 replies ^ | 10/16/18 | Brianna Heldt
    The new movie about Kermit Gosnell, the notorious Philadelphia late-term abortionist eventually convicted in the deaths of three infants, made it into the Top 10 films at the box office this past weekend--an impressive feat for a crowd-funded film. But you won’t hear the mainstream media talking about it. “We were [No. 10] on Friday and Saturday, but slipped back to 12 on Sunday,” Phelim McAleer, who co-produced the film with his wife, Ann McElhinney, told The Daily Signal. “We are the No. 1 independent movie of the weekend and [No. 5] per screen average across the U.S.” “This has...
  • Director of latest ‘Harry Potter’ prequel says Dumbledore’s homosexuality will be ‘clear’ to viewers

    10/05/2018 2:53:55 PM PDT · by Ennis85 · 65 replies
    Lifesitenews ^ | October 4th 2018 | Calvin Freiburger
    November’s Harry Potter prequel Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald will make “clear in what you see” that one of its main characters is homosexual, the director teased in a new interview. During her 2007 tour for the final book of the main Harry Potter series, author J.K. Rowling told a crowd that “Dumbledore is gay, actually,” despite the elderly mentor character’s sexual attraction not being referenced in the books themselves. The bombshell earned her accolades from pro-LGBT activists but also criticism from parents concerned about exposing their kids to adult and morally-objectionable themes. Critics of the series, such as...
  • Trump@War

    09/29/2018 3:57:55 PM PDT · by freedomjusticeruleoflaw · 17 replies
    The Western Journal ^ | 9/28/18 | Steve Bannon
    Trump @ War, a movie documentary by Steve Bannon, is an amazing and detailed accounting of the revolution between liberal and conservative ideologies that took place in the months leading up to the 2016 elections.
  • Diamond and Silk Talking About Their Movie (and about the Brett Kavanaugh situation)

    09/21/2018 6:42:17 PM PDT · by Freedom'sWorthIt · 10 replies
    You Tube ^ | 9/21/18 | Diamond and Silk
    The tickets for their movie, Dummycrats, have gone on sale today. The movie premiers in October. More in the video.
  • Exclusive: ‘Roe v. Wade’ Director on How ‘Fake News’ Has Attacked His Film [movie]

    09/04/2018 11:24:28 AM PDT · by huldah1776 · 5 replies
    LifeZette ^ | July 12, 2018 | Zachary Leeman
    LifeZette talked to Nick Loeb about the controversy around his pro-life project, which stars Jon Voight, Stacey Dash and Robert Davi The upcoming “Roe v. Wade” movie has quickly become one of the entertainment industry’s most controversial films in recent weeks. It stars Jon Voight, Stacey Dash and Robert Davi, but many people did not even know the movie was underway until a recent Hollywood Reporter story told of a shoot plagued by the exits of multiple people because of the script’s pro-life leanings. Since then, The Hollywood Reporter published another story revealing parts of the script — and claimed...
  • Chuck Yeager weighs in on 'First Man' flap: 'That's not the Neil Armstrong I knew'

    08/31/2018 3:06:51 PM PDT · by jazusamo · 115 replies
    The Washington Times ^ | August 31, 2018 | Douglas Ernst
    Hollywood’s portrayal of astronaut Neil Armstrong in the biopic “First Man” was quick to elicit the attention on Friday of aviation legend Gen. Chuck Yeager. Social media platforms lit up before the weekend as news spread that Ryan Gosling’s latest film does not include the American flag being planted on the moon. Critics fretted that “First Man” would essentially turn Mr. Armstrong into a progressive caricature when Mr. Yeager, 95, weighed in. “Ryan Gosling is coming out with the movie First Man where it portrays Neil Armstrong as a liberal progressive anti-Trump (in spirit) non-flag waiver,” a user identified as...