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The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance at 60: the great American western

John Ford’s 1962 masterwork remains a surprisingly downbeat film about the west with never-better performances from James Stewart and John Wayne“This is the west sir. When the legend becomes fact, print the legend.” The famous line uttered by a newspaperman in John Ford’s masterpiece The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance symbolizes the mythological west that […]

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Aladdin review – live-action remake really takes flight

Guy Ritchie’s adaptation is lively, colourful and genuinely funny – making only judicious tweaks to the original, it’s thankfully not a whole new worldThe scimitars are out for Disney’s live-action Aladdin, what with the enduring fondness for the original (not least Robin Williams’ Genie) and the botched unveiling of Will Smith as his successor in […]

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‘Homeland’ director Charlotte Sieling unveils details of hot new Danish project (exclusive)

’Margrete’ will tell story of influential queen at start of 15th century.Renowned Danish film and TV director Charlotte Sieling, whose credits include 2017 feature The Man, as well as TV series Borgen, The Bridge, Homeland and The Americans. is planning her largest-budget film to date, the $8m period drama Margrete.Margrete is based on “the true […]

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TV Bits: ‘Slaughterhouse-Five’, ‘Baywatch’, ‘Disenchantment’, ‘American Horror Story: Apocalypse’, and More

In today’s edition of TV Bits: American Horror Story: Apocalypse gets a teaser and some casting news Baywatch is getting remastered in HD An update about a Slaughterhouse-Five TV adaptation Stephen King‘s The Stand is in development as a CBS All Access show Mickey Mouse is being honored with a primetime TV special The Man […]

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Exclusive: Sam Elliot Is ‘The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then The Bigfoot’ in First Poster

Fantasia Film Festival 2018 is just around the corner and today we’re happy to debut an exclusive hand-painted poster for one of the fabulously titled films making its world premiere at the festival: The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then the Bigfoot. Produced by John Sayles (Lone Star), the film stars Sam Elliott as the […]

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