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An examination of how a strong movie falters at the finale, and why that maybe doesn't matter.
Plus, a surprise cameo!
Men! And mud! And mayhem!
This will not be a feel good, happy fun time movie.
"Some bastard defaced my tank."
A peek at the WWII tank movie.
Andrew Dominik's ballad is enjoying a long-belated and well-deserved revival.
But only after a thrilling, IMPOSSIBLE escape.
Ridley Scott's new movie is widely hated and tanked at the box office. Devin thinks it deserves more consideration.
Brad Pitt's zombie film succeeds despite itself.
This looks like an horror-themed holosuite program.
Perhaps he'll do a LITTLE LEAGUE movie instead.
BC takes a look at the new mobster movie Blu from Andrew Dominik.
Real Men Kneel When They Pee Off Airplanes
Devin has seen about 20 minutes of this summer's big zombie movie. What did he think?
Rage-infected pixels threaten the world in the new Brad Pitt movie.
The Z stands for "Zilch."
Devin's seen the opening of the Brad Pitt zombie movie. Is it any good?
Brad Pitt and Andrew Dominik's second team up is a very mixed bag.
This one's not for me.
Terry Gilliam's brilliant time travel movie, influenced by LA JETEE.
The film is in so much trouble they have him rewriting THE ENDING.
Formerly (and betterly) known as COGAN'S TRADE, Andrew Dominik's new film has a nice, quick clip.
At the Oscars last night Brad Pitt revealed that WAR OF THE GARGANTUAS, a lesser known Toho movie, is what made him want to be an actor.
How does the little guy compete on an uneven playing field? The adaptation of the non-fiction book MONEYBALL answers it with Brad Pitt and Jonah Hill.
Moisés continues our first experiment in long form retrospectives, taking us from Soderbergh’s third feature, KAFKA, to OCEAN’S ELEVEN a full ten years later.
The WORLD WAR Z movie will bear little resemblance to the WORLD WAR Z book.
Brad Pitt and Jonah Hill create an underdog team AND a new paradigm of thought in this trailer.
Flawed but astonishing, Terence Malick’s new film is a work of big art and must be seen on the big screen.
The zombie war movie may be too expensive to make. But who cares when it was going to be PG-13 anyway?