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 - 4:00 am | View Link
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Inspired by his experience as a Mexico City native who relocated to Germany, writer-producer-director Jorge Ramírez-Suárez has created a warm and enjoyable cross-cultural fairy tale in "Buen Día, Ramón" (original title: "Guten Tag, Ramón").
A century before bluesman Robert Johnson's mythical confrontation at a Mississippi crossroads, another prodigious musical talent was believed to have struck a deal with the devil: Niccolo Paganini, 19th century violin virtuoso, international luminary and, according to writer-director Bernard
For his first feature, writer-director Sean Mullin throws a potentially unwieldy mix of story elements into the rom-com blender: post-military life, immigration, free-market capitalism and showbiz dreams. That "Amira & Sam" manages to be engaging and unforced for a good portion of its running
Do you know what happens when you push a bone-breaking jujitsu expert to the, well, breaking point? Action, baby, action, and the bodies they do pile up like presents under the tree in the new action movie "Wild Card."