Cannes 2012: John Woo Set to Remake Classic Japanese Mafia Pic 'Youth of the Beast' CANNES -- John Woo will direct Day of the Beast, a remake of Seijun Suzuki's celebrated 1963 film about the Japanese mafia. Woo and Terence Chang's Lion Rock Productions will produce with the Nikkatsu Corporation, home of Suzuki's Youth of the Beast. 05/16/2012 - 9:55 am | View Link
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With all the on-set videos of popular vehicles in big budget films being thrown online, I suppose it was only a matter of time before we got up close and personal with the Millennium Falcon. It was recently revealed to use that the Batmobile had been taken for a joyride from some unauthorized personnel.
PLOT: A fictitious day in the life of musician Nick Cave, who sings, writes, reflects and converses with friends about creativity, memory and mdic.
REVIEW: The new documentary about Nick Cave, 20,000 DAYS ON EARTH can't be called a documentary, exactly; it's simply about Nick Cave. It presents an honest portrait of the man while never resorting to the tropes of an average tell-all.
Given the most recent rumblings of hacked iCloud accounts and breach of privacy, social paranoia is not too out of reach for most. Director Jason Reitman's (UP IN THE AIR, THANK YOU FOR SMOKING) latest narrows his focus in MEN, WOMEN & CHILDREN to tell a story of individuals and how social media has changed the way we interact with each other.
You could say that I've grasped the most popular, essential anime films, and now I'm looking for something that's a bit below the radar, something that's rarely, if at all discussed. Open to and grateful for - all suggestions. submitted by SDormant [link] [3 comments]
Kevin Smith's horror flick TUSK hits theaters this week and in celebration of its release we've got a nifty little giveaway going down, featuring some pretty interesting swag, especially for fans of the devil's lettuce. The film, starring Justin Long, Genesis Rodriguez, Haley Joel Osment, and Michael Parks has got a great buzz going for it (read our review here) and looks like a ton of horrorific fun.