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|Film Title||Companies||Job Title||Company||Status||Release Date|
|HAMMER OF THE GODS|
|Executive Producer||Completed||July 05, 2013|
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NBCUniversal’s E! will air the second and third seasons of web-based series “Burning Love” in the fall, the network announced. “Burning Love” is a spoof of dating reality shows. The series is…
The fine line between movingly personal and irritatingly self-indulgent is pretty much obliterated by "First Comes Love," autobiographical documentarian Nina Davenport's video memoir of her decision…
Alison Brie ("Mad Men," "Community"), Justin Chatwin and Colin Hanks are starring in indie romantic comedy "No Stranger Than Love."
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This simplistic urban morality tale miscasts the appealing James McAvoy as one good cop whose dogged pursuit of Mark Strong's alpha criminal only uncovers the rot within police ranks.
Bash first, ask questions later is the default setting for the elite police unit in "The Sweeney," a defiantly anachronistic actioner named after the copshow that topped British TV ratings in the…
Fox Searchlight has arrested production on Brit cop thriller "The Sweeney" following concerns about its international prospects.
Italian teen romancer "Ho voglia di te" (I Want You) sated Italian auds insatiable appetite for homegrown fare but Jane Austen biopic "Becoming Jane" failed to excite Brit auds this weekend.
As rough and singleminded as the villains and antiheroes who populate it, Brit vigilante drama "Outlaw" is a fist in the face of politically correct, "liberal" cinema.
David E. Talbert, writer-director-producer of "Love in the Nick of Tyme," is not likely to displace August Wilson in theater history. At the same time, it's not difficult to see why Talbert's dozen…
As one of the Cockney crims in Nick Love's Spanish-set gangster yarn might put it, "The Business" is the bollocks. Reinvigorating a genre well past its sell-by date with a combo of dry wit…