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Josh Hartnett stars in weird yet entertaining samurai, western, puppet mash-up. »»

SXSW '11: Spotlight on Shorts - Documentary Shorts

This year's South by Southwest documentary short film line up consist of everything from dance nights with the elderly to the wild world of Virginian moped gangs. »»

The Green Hornet - Review

A January release actually worth the price of an admission ticket. »»

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Full Conference Lineup Announced for SXSW

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As a film fan and as a Texan, there are few things I get more excited about on a yearly basis then the South by Southwest (SXSW) Film Festival. While the SXSW's Music festival may get a lot more of the attention from the hipster crowd, it's SXSW's »»

Robert Saucedo's Best of the Aughts

Robert Saucedo's favorite films of the last decade. »»

R0BTRAIN's Best of the Aughts

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Best of the Aughts - Romance

Since the beginning of cinema, audiences have flocked to films with a good love story »»

Nic Cage to Play Green Hornet Nemesis?

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Michel Gondry buzzes around Green Hornet

Michel Gondry (Be Kind, Rewind) is in negotiations to direct The Green Hornet, Columbia's big-screen adaptation of the classic crime-fighting hero being portrayed by Seth Rogen. Stephen Chow was set to direct but dropped out due to creative differences. He is still expected to co-star as Kato, the Hornet's trusty sidekick and chauffeur. »»

Be Kind Rewind - DVD Review

Michel Gondry is a director who has become widely known for his unique and stylized films from his mostly ignored first film Human Nature to the highly acclaimed Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind. His latest project, Be Kind Rewind, received mixed reviews upon its theatrical release. Some loved it, some hated it, but who was right? »»

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