• Review: Guardians of the GalaxyThe Best Marvel Movie Ever
  • Review: Bridge and TunnelAn Authentic Look at Long Island
  • Trailer: InterstellarChristopher Nolan's Highly Anticipated Journey
  • Trailer: Mad Max: Fury RoadFinally the Trailer Arrives
  • Teaser: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1First Teaser Trailer Arrives
  • Trailer: WhiplashMiles Teller and J.K. Simmons Star in Musical Drama
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Trailer: 21 Years: Richard Linklater

Posted on October 1, 2014
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He’s one of the best filmmakers today, and has done films that span decades, now it’s time to look back at his career.

Even though he’s still making films.

From the once-ever-nine-years journey Before saga to the 12 year epic of Boyhood Richard Linklater is a different breed of director.

21 Years: Richard Linklater is a documentary spanning the directors career, featuring interviews with Matthew McConaughey to Jack Black to Jason Reitman to Kevin Smith, and many more.

21 Years: Richard Linklater hits theaters + VOD on November 7th, 2014.

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Another Interstellar Trailer Arrives

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Have you heard about Christopher Nolan’s next film? Oh you have? Maybe that’s because the marketing for Interstellar has rivaled all super hero films.

To the point that each trailer and poster is wildly unnecessary.

So what do we know? Well this will be Nolan’s longest film to date at 2 hours 49 minutes, Paramount is releasing the film six different ways for you to see from 70 mm, to 35mm to Imax and more.

Recently, Matthew McCounaughey called Interstellar “the grandest adventure I think any of us will ever see on film.”

Lofty goals. Here is another trailer.

Chris Pine Fight Club’s Himself in New Horrible Bosses 2 Trailer

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Well…this is going to be fun.

I hope.

Christoph Waltz and Chris Pine have joined the cast of Horrible Bosses as the sequel shows our lovable morons Charlie Day, Jason Bateman and Jason Sudeikis starting their own business.

Jamie Foxx, Jennifer Aniston and Kevin Space return as well and tropes of revenge and ridiculousness are all still there.

When a slick investor (Waltz) steals the trio’s idea, they decide to kidnap his son (Pine) and hold him for ransom. Then the silliness ensues.

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New Trailer for Exodus: Gods and Kings

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Yes, this film is going to be gigantic.

Christian Bale stars in Exodus: Gods and Kings for Ridley Scott, as Moses, taking on Joel Edgerton’s Ramses telling the epic story of biblical proportions.

“I did rewatch The 10 Commandments,” Christian Bale said, when it came to preparing for Exodus: Gods and Kings. “But you can’t out-Heston Charlton Heston. There’s no point in trying to do that.”

The film also stars Sigourney Weaver, Ben Kingsley, John Turturro, and Aaron Paul.

Exodus: Gods and Kings arrives on December 12th.

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Trailer: Tak3n

Posted on September 30, 2014
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Nifty title right?

Liam Neeson is back, for a third time, to be Taken. Or is it Tak3n? Either way he’s back to complete the trilogy.

After the second film bombed horribly, and was rather unwatchable, Neeson and director Olivier Megaton bring us a new story to the round up the series.

“I have to go on the run, I’ll put it that way, from the not-so-lawful types and the lawful authorities,” Neeson tells USA Today. “Bryan Mills served his country faithfully, but now even they are after him. They must not like me.”

Those that think this will lead to 39 more Taken films will have their hopes and dreams curshed as Neeson said “It’s a rollicking good story, but I think this is the end.”

Here’s the first trailer which also features Forest Whitaker.

Tak3n opens on January 9th, 2015.

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Trailer: Inherent Vice

Posted on September 29, 2014
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Ahead of it’s highly anticipated screening on Saturday at the New York Film Festival, that ATC will be at, the first trailer for Paul Thomas Anderson’s Inherent Vice has arrived.

The film follows Larry “Doc” Sportello (Joaquin Phoenix), a pot-smoking detective on a kidnapping case in 1970′s Los Angeles. The film also stars Reese Witherspoon, Owen Wilson, Benicio del Toro, Martin Short, Jena Malone, Josh Brolin, and more.

Hit the jump for the first trailer and make sure you come back for our review next week.

Inherent Vice enters limited release on December 12th before going wide in January.

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NYFF Review: Gone Girl

Posted on September 27, 2014
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From the very first scene where we see Amy head, and first words we hear from her husband’s voice, where he wants to crack open her skull to reveal her secrets, you know you’re in for one twisted, cynical, and dark ride.

Gone Girl tells the story of Nick and Amy Dunne. On the day of their five-year anniversary Nick goes off to run some errands and returns home to a shattered glass coffee table in their living room and no sign of Amy. As detective Rhonda Boney (Kim Dickens) and Officer Jim Gilpin (Patrick Fugit) arrive and begin investigating the scene, they see there were clear signs of struggle. As we travel through Nick and Amy’s marriage, clues begin to pop up, letting the police and Nick put together the pieces of where his missing wife may be. Is she dead? Who did it? Did Nick kill his wife?

Director David Fincher is a genius, that should not be a shocking statement. He simply see’s films differently than you and I or any other director for that matter. But Gone Girl was even “out there” for Fincher and his style, it’s his darkest film since Seven but he masterfully leaves the audience on the edge of their seat, white-knuckling their way from scene to scene.

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NYFF Review: Whiplash

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When word from this year’s Sundance Film Festival made waves on social media – one thing was unanimous: Whiplash was the film you had to see.

The second feature film from director Damien Chazelle, Whiplash is the story of Terrence Fletcher (J.K. Simmons), a renowned music teacher at the Schaffer Music Conservatory in New York and his iron will to get the most out of his players. He leads his band with an iron fist, not afraid to throw around the most colorful of words in the English language at a mile a minute, and he expects nothing but perfection.

Promising drummer Andrew Neyman (Miles Teller) is a first-year at Schaffer, with the goal to be like his idol Buddy Rich; he knows he must impress and then learn under Fletcher in order to be “one of the greats.”

From the haunting scenes of Fletcher smacking and abusing Andrew to demonstrate the difference between rushing and dragging tempo, to the merciless Fletcher making a student cry because he was out of tune – the two words to describe Whiplash are tense and unforgettable.

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Trailer: Blackhat

Posted on September 25, 2014
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Michael Mann is back with his cyber thriller Blackhat.

Chris Hemsworth stars and plays a furloughed convict where he and his partners hunt for a high-level cybercrime network. The film also stars  Viola Davis, Holt McCallany, Wei Tang, Leehom Wang, Blackhat and hits theaters on January 16th, 2015.

“Some of the most difficult stuff was, first of all, getting a basic understanding of computing, and then being able to jump on terminal, and kinda write code, which Chris [Hemsworth] did, with a lot of help from a lot of our friends, people that we recruited,” director Michael Mann recently told THR regarding his new film.

“Using his skills as a hacker, and to become part of, to become the engine of the storytelling, so that it embedded in the storytelling, how events occur in the story. Some of it is via hacking, in other words it’s not just a veneer on a thriller.”

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Review: Time is Illmatic

Posted on September 22, 2014
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I have been raised on hip-hop. It was the first type of music I fell in love with. I went to my first concert when I was 12-years-old, and while most adults as I grew up saw rap and hip-hop music as nothing but curse words, I saw it as the purest form of expression.

When you love something you want to explore its roots, and one of the mainstay albums in the hip-hop genre has been and always will be Illmatic by Nas.

10 songs top to bottom about life in Queensbridge – it’s as raw and authentic as you’re going to get.

This documentary followed the same theme; it explored the nature and mentality behind a young man’s words that when put to a beat, would change the music landscape forever.

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