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For Blue Ruin, a classic revenge story of two feuding families, the title vitally shapes the film's personality.
For Seattle music journalist Ellie Klug, time stopped 11 years ago.
Time is Illmatic, the debut documentary from multimedia artist One9 and journalist Erik Parker, presents Nas the prophetical poet.
"The one thing I love about acting," explains actor Nate Parker, "is that you can sit on a bench in Central Park and learn enough to develop a character and allow that person to speak and be authentic."
Set in Venice, California, Chris Messina's directorial debut follows Alex (Mary Elizabeth Winstead), an overworked environmental lawyer who is suddenly left by her stay-at-home, surfer-cum-painter husband.
This week: Annie vs. Jersey Boys, two Broadway musical-adaptations hoping to make the big bucks.
Joe Pickett and Nick Prueher have stolen, lied, and engaged in assorted acts of deception, all in the name of VHS.
Calvin Klein made Martha famous with her 20-second confession: "I'm very, very into winning. And if I don't, I really hold a grudge."
Beneath the Harvest Sky, which screens this week at the Tribeca Film Festival, is a gritty, wrong-side-of the-tracks story with echoes of Winter's Bone and The Place Beyond the Pines.
Baby gorillas at the Bronx Zoo, just saying. http://t.co/BBiDs6WhA6