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The Thing Spells Out Every Little Thing Yet Tells Us Nothing

Oct 18th, 2011

As we all know by now, Matthijs van Heijningen Jr.’s The Thing is not a remake of John Carpenter’s 1982 The Thing, which in turn wasn’t really a remake of Howard Hawks and Christian Nyby’s 1951 The Thing from Another World.

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Blog: Movie Line
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"Warrior", the Tale of Two Rockys, Packs a Potent Emotional Punch

Sep 13th, 2011

There’s a moment at the end of Gavin O’Connor’s MMA drama Warrior in which two men who have been relentlessly beaten and pummeled in the octagon stand dripping with exhaustion, rivers of sweat mingling with the tears running down their faces.

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See Me Get Pummeled! Watch "Warrior" Movie Review! Things I Do for Art! OUCH!

Sep 12th, 2011

Here's more on "Warrior" from Lionsgate: An ex-Marine haunted by a tragic past, Tommy Riordan returns to his hometown of Pittsburgh and enlists his father, a recovered alcoholic and his former coach

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The Iconic Nick Nolte Talks About " Warrior!"

Sep 9th, 2011

Meeting Nick Nolte, the cinema icon, was a real blessing! I enjoyed every minute I spent interviewing the acting legend.

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The Warriors Speak! Tom Hardy and Joel Edgerton Interview for "Warrior!"

Sep 7th, 2011

Tom Hardy and Joel Edgerton make a perfect pair of dueling brothers who use the MMA cage to act out their aggressions, to battle their own personal demons, to find their own road to redemption.

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The Fantastic Jennifer Morrison Talks About "Warrior!"

Sep 7th, 2011

I love the super-sweet and very real Jennifer Morrison. She effectively embodies Tess Conlon, the supportive wife of Brendan, played by Joel Edgerton. Morrison is the heart of the film.

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Film Short: Screenwriter/Actor Joel Edgerton Finds Success with "The Square"

Mar 31st, 2010

"The Square ", a Film Noir thriller produced by Australian siblings Joel and Nash Edgerton's Blue -Tongue Films, has been generating positive reviews from publications including The New York Times, GQ and Variety, while drawing favorable comparisons to such classics as "Body Heat ". Prior to a screening held during ShoWest, I had the pleasure of speaking with screenwriter and actor Joel Edgerton.

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