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A complete look at the U.S., World and Next competition slate
The complete second season now on dvd and bluray
Travis Bickle is a loner, alienated from society, who finds work as a cabbie working the night shift
Summer Storm is a remarkably effective Hollywood filmization of Anton Chekhov's The Shooting Party. Linda Darnell stars as the young and beautiful wife of a middle-aged Russian civil servant (Hugo Haas). Darnell becomes the object of the affections of her husband's employer, a lecherous count (Edward Everett Horton). The girl in turn is enamored of a provincial judge (George Sanders). At first, all flirtations are playful and harmless, but the judge takes Darnell so seriously that he ends up killing her in a jealous rage. Her husband is blamed for the crime, but the Count gets his comeuppance during the 1917 Bolshevik revolution (which didn't figure into the original Chekhov story, inasmuch as the author died in 1904). The big surprise in this is not that it works as well as it does, but that it features comic actor Edward Everett Horton in a straight, almost unsympathetic role, which he underplays beautifully. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide
Zoe Saldana may be best-known for playing a blue-skinned creature in James Ca...
Wannabe beauty queens Kate and Chloe return to their hometown in an attempt t...
Our first look at the announcement for the Sundance midnight selection seems promising
We go from (Bud) Abbott to (Twilight) Zone to discuss what scares the boys
Single from Scottish band's 'Tree Bursts in Snow' will have you singing 'holy Moses'
We look at each section and pick some early stand-outs