An unemployed insurance adjuster turns armed robber in this wildly overwrought, frequently preposterous recession-era morality play that marks the feature directing debut of film editor Saar Klein.
A London-based film financing company has sued Terrence Malick's Sycamore Pictures, claiming that they invested $3.3 million in one of the filmmaker's projects yet have "nothing to show for it."
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Overstuffing the plot to the point of confusion early on, Hong Kong crimer "Cold War" warms up considerably thereafter, but its false start will likely prevent many auds from fully engaging with the…
It turns out that, much as some would have hoped, Toronto didn't clarify the Oscar picture at all. It blew it open.
Two years after Len Blavatnik's Access Industries bought Icon's U.K. distribution and foreign sales operations, with big plans to expand Icon around the world, all signs seem to indicate that…
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Amid the unusually intense secrecy veiling this year's Cannes Film Festival lineup, a number of strong competition prospects have emerged.
A full year after it was initially floated as a hot fest prospect, Terrence Malick's "The Tree of Life" is set to make its world premiere in May at the Cannes Film Festival.
Brad Pitt's Plan B and Reliance Big Pictures ink deal with Capcom to develop a film based on "Dark Void."
After a long takeoff, "Valkyrie" finally takes flight as a thriller in its second half but never soars very high.
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