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The film follows a Hollywood screenwriter and his oddball friends, who all end up embroiled in an outrageous kidnapping scheme gone wrong. The acclaimed cast includes Sam Rockwell (Iron Man 2), Woody Harrelson (The Hunger Games), Academy Award(R) winner Christopher Walken (1978, The Deer Hunter, Best Actor in a Supporting Role), Tom Waits (The Book of Eli), and Abbie Cornish (Limitless).
Academy Award-winning director William Friedkin and Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Tracy Letts take a trip into a Texas trailer park underworld. This twisted and darkly humorous story of Detective 'Killer' Joe Cooper (Matthew McConaughey) has electrified audiences with its audacious spirit for deep-fried noir.
A box set of Kino's releases of five films (Nothing Sacred, A Farewell To Arms, A Star is Born, Bird of Paradise, Little Lord Fauntleroy) culled from the personal collection of producer David O. Selznick preserved by the George Eastman House Motion Picture Department, newly mastered in HD and authorized by the Selznick estate.
Things get very complicated very quickly when Joe (Veronica Kedar), an angsty drug dealer, meets Belle (Sivan Levy), a buoyant suicidal psychopath, in this dark comedy. After an outlandish accident in Tel Aviv leaves the pair with a body to dispose of, they embark on a madcap journey to lose the cops - and end up finding love in Sderot (the target of ongoing rocket attacks).
Cristi (Dragos Bucur) is a young undercover cop who undergoes a crisis of conscience when he is pressured to arrest a teenager who offers hashish to classmates. Not wanting to ruin the life of a young man he considers merely irresponsible, Cristi must either allow the arrest to weigh on his conscience, or face censure by his self-serious superior (Vlad Ivanov, of 4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days), for whom the word "conscience" has an entirely different meaning. Porumboiu approaches his story with the exacting patience of a master ironist, culminating in one of the most unexpected comedic payoffs in years—an extraordinary dissection of language that affirms his reputation as one of the most exciting new talents in European cinema.
At a dinner celebrating their father Henry's 70th birthday, tensions among four siblings explode thanks to the success of youngest son Nathan's new novel, a thinly veiled portrait of the family. An all-star cast, including Michael C. Hall as Jack, comedian Sarah Silverman as Cheri, Rainn Wilson as Joel and Ben Schwartz, as Nathan, plus Judy Greer, Kate Mara, Taraji P. Henson, Ron Rifkin and Lesley Ann Warren.
CreateSpace and Sony Pictures Home Entertainment announced that the film studio has released a special selection of screen classics through the cutting-edge CreateSpace DVD on Demand platform. This will give fans of classic films easy access to a rich and growing assortment of nearly 125 classic movies on high-quality DVDs spanning 75 years of the extensive Columbia Film Library. The DVDs will be available on Amazon.com beginning March 8, 2011
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This unique blend of archival footage and "new" material promises to be one of the most unique film experiences to come along in quite some time. And in this era of very little originality, that's saying something.
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Let us remember the forgotten victims of the war in Iraq: the livestock.
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