John Turturro reprises his beloved Big Lebowski character.
Academy Award-winning director Spike Lee is coming to TIFF Bell Lightbox for a screening of Do the Right Thing.
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Available for the first time in a widescreen director's cut, Shout Factory reveals how Michael Cimino's 1987 mafia flick The Sicilian was almost great.
Our look back at our favourite Coen Brother films continues with Miller's Crossing.
There's nothing bad about Exodus: Gods and Kings, but there's nothing particularly original about it, either.
Fading Gigolo is a baffling failure. A film that comes with a killer, easy to pull off hook, that seems to have no clue what it's doing and no characters whatsoever.
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Fading Gigolo Special Presentation Director: John Turturro Turturro can have some fun with you behind the camera, and as cult actor worth rooting for in front of. Fading Gigolo, Turturro’s New York flavoured rom-com, wears its influences on its sleeve. Actually, it wears it in the film, as the wit snapping Woody Allen stands side-by-side […]
I will keep it brief since Transformers: Dark of the Moon director Michael Bay can't seem to do it himself. Do you just want to see some shit blow up? If you answered in the affirmative, then you will probably greatly enjoy this film a whole lot more than the second entry in the franchise since you will actually be able to SEE what is happening for a change. Everyone else looking for anything more than that can look elsewhere because that is all you are going to get from this astoundingly pretty, but astoundingly empty, incoherent, nonsensical and excessive film.