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Is an Unglamorized View Into Mob Life
seems to be striving for a documentary aesthetic, and for the most part, the “you are there” tricks work quite well.
Matt Zoller Seitz
life imitating art for art
Filmmakers May Have Paid Off Italian Mob
Italian prosecutors are looking into it.
Director Matteo Garrone on
, the Next-Gen Mob Flick Captivating Italy
The film has caused a sensation in Italy as big as any of the ‘Godfather’ movies ever did.
10 Greatest Hit Jobs in Movie History
Something about a guy killing another guy at the behest of another guy sets filmmakers’ imaginations racing in a way that few other narrative devices can.
Firestorm Over Foreign Language Oscar Shortlist
So what the hell happened?
leak of the week
Leaked: The Eagles’ ‘Long Road Out of Eden’ Not Quite As Good As We’d Hoped
So bad it might give your iPod cancer.
‘Southland Tales’ Somehow Gets Even Crazier
“Teen Horniness Is Not a Crime,” the single.
last night's gig
The Go! Team Bring Jazzercise Back
If kitschy Brighton group the Go! Team ever had a hard time translating their sample-happy sound live, it was hard to imagine at Friday night’s sold-out Bowery Ballroom show.
Cheryl Hines to Direct Adrienne Shelly’s Final Screenplay
A murdered screenwriter gets her last work produced.
‘Gomorrah’ bravely details organized crime in Naples