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‘Austenland,’ movie review

Not to be overly cynical about this change of heart, but Carrey got more notice, for himself and the film, by not participating. Anyway, he needn't have worried. The sequel's violence feels soft-pedaled compared with the first film, continually shying away from being too graphic and with little of the gleeful revelry that give the first "Kick-Ass" its energy and punch. That internal tension reaching for outrage but hesitantly pulling back culminates in Wadlow's visit the website handling of the comic's notorious rape scene. (And the comic's writer Mark Millar recently sparked controversy with comments on his repeated use of rape as a storytelling device.) Wadlow switches the character who gets attacked from Kick-Ass' high school-age girlfriend to the adult female character known as Night Bitch. <br>Source:,0,7182428.story

Nobley (JJ Feild) or fey Col. Andrews (James Callis). Arriving dramatically midvisit is Capt. East (Ricky Whittle), a soft-porn actor with the hots for another guest (Georgia King), and theres a stableboy/chauffeur (Bret McKenzie) who views this all with a jaded eye. Theyre all actors, so Janes romance with any of them will be fictional until, of course, it isnt. <br>Source:

Movie review: 'Paranoia' has read this bells and whistles but glitches too

Helena and Kim Kardashian heels Clark form a bond of true friendship and the sparks of real romance fly. Clark makes plans to close his video store and move to Hollywood to advance his screenwriting career, but realizes that his relationship with Helena will be different once they are in Hollywood. Director Doyle Duncan (Shaughnessy) begins to wrap production and Helena and Clark are faced with a decision. They must decide if they are meant to live happily ever after together, or if there are happier endings elsewhere for their love stories. This Magic Moment, is a Mediapool Production in association with Larry Levinson Productions. Larry Levinson is the executive producer. Randy Pope and Amanda Phillips Atkins are the co-executive producers. James Wilberger is the producer. <br>Source:

Join the Nation's Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Movie poster artist best site Drew Struzan gets the doc treatment Whitney Matheson, USA TODAY 10:42 a.m. EDT August 16, 2013 A new documentary examines the career of artist Drew Struzan. (Photo: SHARE 78 CONNECT 20 TWEET COMMENTEMAILMORE When I look at a Drew Struzan poster, I'm immediately transported to my childhood. Struzan is the artist behind some of the most iconic hand-painted movie posters of all time, from the Star Wars franchise to the Back to the Future movies to the Indiana Jones films. (He also did The Goonies, the Harry Potter movies, E.T., Hook ... flip through this gallery for a flashback.) It was only a matter of time before Struzan received the documentary treatment. Drew: The Man Behind the Poster features interviews with some of his very famous fans, including George Lucas, Steven Spielberg, Michael J. Fox, Harrison Ford and Guillermo del Toro. <br>Source:

By Betsy Sharkey, Los Angeles Times Film Critic August 15, 2013, 2:52 p.m. There are roles worth shaving your head for I'm thinking Anne Hathaway 's severely shorn locks in " Les Mis erables," Ben Kingsley's meditative pate in "Gandhi," and Oscars for both. Buzzed is an easy way to say tough with real conviction Jake Gyllenhaal 's seared soldier in "Jarhead," Natalie Portman 's futuristic punk in "V for Vendetta" and Charlize Theron taking it down to the roots for next year's new edition of "Mad Max." And honestly, would "The Rock" have wrestled his way to movie stardom so memorably if Dwayne Johnson hadn't gone boldly bare? Then there is "Paranoia." Did Harrison Ford hope the shorn look would give his high-tech mogul Jock Goddard some edge? He certainly needed something to. There are different issues for Liam Hemsworth 's leading man, Adam Cassidy. He's a good-looking, wait, make that fantastic-looking techie wunderkind who gets in the middle of a grudge match between Goddard and another computer kingpin, Nicholas Wyatt. <br>Source:,0,2168914.story

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