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Josh Lucas on American Psycho, Russell Crowe, and the disastrous Poseidon set
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Josh Lucas began his life miles away from Hollywood. After starring in a string of television programs throughout the 1990s, the Southern actor caught his defining break on the set of American Psycho. From there Lucas was catapulted into larger Hollywood properties. He has played a racially progressive basketball coach, a child murderer, right-hand men to geniuses, and, most recently, a mercurial bohemian in The Mend.
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Added by on 8/30/15
From 'Batman' To 'Birdman,' Michael Keaton Knows Suits And Superheroes
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Keaton says his 1989 bat suit was claustrophobic, but he somehow made it work. In Birdman, Keaton plays a washed-up, insecure actor looking for a second shot at fame. Originally broadcast Feb 9, 2015.
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Added by on 8/30/15
Rain is sizzling bacon, cars are lions roaring: the art of sound in movies
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Skip Lievsay is one of the most talented men in Hollywood. He has created audioscapes for Martin Scorsese and is the only sound man the Coen brothers go to. But the key to this work is more than clever effects, it is understanding the human mind
Added by on 8/30/15
'The 40-Year-Old Virgin' at 10: How Judd Apatow's Comedy Stands the Test of Time
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Category: Video
Tagged: The 40-year-old Virgin
The original Apatow blockbuster considers an age-old, and also thoroughly modern, question: How do you define adulthood?
Added by on 8/23/15
True Detective Season Two: Everyone's Fired
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Category: Analysis
Tagged: True Detective: Season 2
Paul faced danger, Ani and Ray faced each other, and Frank faced some career decisions.
Added by on 8/15/15
 'Shaun the Sheep' says it best when it says nothing at all
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Category: Analysis
Tagged: Shaun The Sheep Movie
Silent movies were never really silent. While there wasn't any spoken dialogue, obviously, music — performed live by anything from a full orchestra to the church pianist pressed into business for a Saturday night — did then what it does now: signal danger, punch up humor and heighten emotion. In that sense, Aardman's "Shaun the Sheep" is an excellent example of a silent movie.
Added by on 8/9/15
Here's How 'Kids' Happened 20 Years Ago
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Category: Analysis
Tagged: Kids
With Larry Clark's seminal look at sexually promiscuous teens receiving a special commemorative screening in New York this week, we look back at the business behind getting the movie to the big screen.
Added by on 7/14/15
10 Things You Might Not Know About Pixar's 'Inside Out'
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Category: Analysis
Tagged: Inside Out
Did you know, for instance, that the visuals were inspired by 'Casablanca' and Francis Ford Coppola?
Added by on 7/14/15
How Ryan Reynolds Rediscovered His Place in Hollywood's Blockbuster Age
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"When you complete something like ['Green Lantern'] you get concerned, because if they're only making franchises after this, then where am I going to fit in?"
Added by on 7/14/15
8 Reasons Why 'Ghost' Forever Changed Summer Blockbusters
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Category: Analysis
Tagged: Ghost
25 years ago today, a genre-defying film aimed at adults opened, featuring three actors whose careers were stagnating, a golden oldie from a 1955 prison-farm drama on its soundtrack and a director best known for screwball comedy spoofs.
Added by on 7/14/15
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