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  • Death_note_by_gus_van_sant_home_top_story

    Gus Van Sant may sign his name to the American remake of 'Death Note'

    Type: Post | Date: Wednesday, Jul 9, 2014

    Shane Black's got a 'Predator' to kill, evidently
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    Shane Black hints that 'Doc Savage' could be next for him to direct

    Type: Post | Date: Wednesday, Apr 24, 2013

    Could the legendary pulp character finally get done right on the bigscreen?
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    Norwegian Wood

    Type: Event | Date: Friday, Jan 6, 2012

    During the 1960s, a student in Tokyo must choose between a first love and a new one.
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    Hell's Kitchen

    Type: Event | Date: Thursday, Jun 12, 2014

    Yes, even against the NBA Finals, Gordon Ramsay is new tonight.
  • L - Change the World - DVD

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Aug 18, 2009

    A detective has a tight deadline to crack a case that could claim the lives of millions in this crime drama, a spin-off from the Desu Notu (Death Note) franchise. L (Kenichi Matsuyama) is a cop with a serious sweet tooth and a fondness for gadgets who has been handed a very important assignment. A group of environmental radicals who want to decimate the Earth's population in the name of a greener world have gotten their hands on a potent man-made virus that could wipe out half the globe if it is released. It's L's job to track down the eco-terrorists and see that the virus is kept under wraps, but after signing his own name in the Death Book, he's given himself only 23 days to bring the radicals to justice. L - Change the World was the opening-night attraction at the 2008 Udine Far East Film Festival and was a major box-office success in Japan. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide
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    Exclusive: 'Godzilla' loses two producers but gains a start date

    Type: Post | Date: Monday, Jan 7, 2013

    Legendary's take on the classic character is getting ready to start production
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    Pondering America's insistence on capital punishment as the debate rages in theaters

    Type: Post | Date: Thursday, Sep 22, 2011

    Films like 'Paradise Lost 3' and 'Into the Abyss' spotlight the issue this year
  • 'Guardians of the Galaxy' is getting an animated series

    Type: Post | Date: Saturday, Jul 26, 2014

    'Guardians of the Galaxy' is getting an animated series Stephen Colbert pops up at Comic-Con dressed as a Hobbit “The Simpsons” will have a “Futurama”-themed opening to the season
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    Comic-Con 2013: 'How I Met Your Mother,' 'Futurama' lead 20th TV panels

    Type: Article | Date: Wednesday, Jun 12, 2013

    Len Wiseman will unveil premiere screening of 'Sleepy Hollow'
  • World's Greatest Dad - DVD

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Dec 8, 2009

    A high school poetry teacher and single father discovers that the thing he covets most in life may not be what makes him truly happy in this pitch-black comedy directed by Bobcat Goldthwait, and starring Robin Williams. Lance Clayton (Williams) is a mild-mannered high school teacher from Seattle who was granted sole custody of his son, Kyle (Daryl Sabara), following a nasty divorce. As hard as Lance tries to connect with his hostile, loathsome son, all he receives for his sincere efforts are insults and scorn. The only things Kyle seems to care about are violent video games and internet porn, the latter obsession eventually serving to alienate the foul-mouthed teen from his sole friend, Andrew (Evan Martin). His books rejected by publishers and his poetry class on the verge of being canceled due to student disinterest, Lance does find a bit of happiness in his relationship with pretty art instructor Claire (Alexie Gilmore), though these days her gaze is drifting toward handsome young English teacher Mike (Henry Simmons), who recently celebrated the publication of his very first piece in The New Yorker. Then, one day, Lance discovers his son dead, the apparent victim of autoerotic asphyxiation gone horribly awry. In order to give the boy some dignity in death, Lance pens a suicide note before summoning the authorities. By chance, that note is published in Kyle's school newspaper, instantly transforming him into a misunderstood cult icon among the impressionable student body. Now, tragedy has become opportunity for Lance. Can the grieving father live with the knowledge of how he achieved such fame, or has he sacrificed his own soul in his blind quest to garner the kind of fame that has eluded him his entire life? ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide
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