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Hawkeye’s Rhys Thomas is going to direct a Robotech movie

A regular F-14, not a real Veritech fighter like the Valkyriephoto: Koichi Kamoshida (Getty Images) nobody needs another American live-action remake of a Japanese anime series, but how about an American live-action remake of a Japanese anime series that was already chopped up for American audiences decades ago? And what if that Japanese anime series …

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A Review Of Peeter Rabane’s Firebird

Peeter Rabane’s Firebirdphoto: Roadside Attractions If it achieves nothing else, director Peeter Rebane’s fire bird will have succeeded in shining a harsh light on the government-sponsored homophobia that has long marked Russia’s attitude towards homosexuality. In fact, Rebane had his choice of centuries in which to set his debut feature. Anytime between 1716, when Peter …

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The Man Who Fell To Earth star on these stranger-than-science-fiction times

Chiwetel Ejiofor (Jeff Spicer/Getty Images) and Faraday in The Man Who Fell To Earth (Rico Torres/SHOWTIME and Aimee Spinks/SHOWTIME)graphics: Natalie Peeples Who doesn’t love a space alien living next door? Mork & Mindy, ALF, 3rd Rock From The Sun: They’re classics—some, admittedly, better than others—with long cultural shadows. Now, Chiwetel Ejiofor (Doctor Strange, 12 Years …

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A Review Of Nicolas Cage’s Unbearable Weight Of Massive Talent

Nicolas Cage plays himself—multiple times—in The Unbearable Weight Of Massive Talentphoto: Lionsgate In The Unbearable Weight Of Massive TalentNicolas Cage makes out with himself. Literally. Not only will this tell you if you’re the target audience for The Unbearable Weight Of Massive Talent, but it should be more than enough to prompt you to pre-order …

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Samuel L. Jackson knows he should’ve won Oscar for Pulp Fiction

Samuel L. Jackson in pulp fictionscreenshot: Miramax Samuel L. Jackson had already been in tons of movies before pulp fiction, but it’s the film that changed his career. He was so great in Quentin Tarantino’s movie as hitman Jules—with one of the most iconic film quotes of all time, to boot—that he received an Oscar …

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