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Terminator-Dark Fate, Review: Terminal stillness

Terminator-Dark Fate, Review: Terminal stillness With a title like Dark Fate, they have already let the cat out of the bag. It is bound to end in one or more of its heroes/heroines dying, meeting their dark fate. That being a given, Terminator: Dark Fate provides some impressive action and unending shape-shifts/split bodies to keep you entertained, saving the best for the last. It is a long last, and it lasts really long. Three years after defeating the T-1000 and averting the rise of the ma...

Get Jacked Up Arnie Fans: Tim Miller of DEADPOOL Directs TERMINATOR: DARK FATE

by Quendrith Johnson, Los Angeles Correspondent Hey, let’s throw caution to the wind to give a 100% shout-out to one of our favorite creatives: Tim Miller (blur studios), who directed the first DEADPOOL to raves. He now directs classic franchise installment, TERMINATOR: DARK FATE, from James Cameron. It's set to open in early November. Miller makes visual poetry of big budget tentpoles, as a rule. And the director has a lot to work with here, as this storyline is iconic. OG L...

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, Review by Siraj Syed: Mind-boggling 2,734 VFX shots in 136 mins

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, Review by Siraj Syed: Mind-boggling 2,734 VFX shots in 136 mins French director Luc Besson has made the most expensive French/European film ever. It is also the most expensive independent film, at about $200 million. From initial responses, it looks like the film will fall far short of recovering its cost, and that will be a pity. Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets adds a new, fresh feel to the sci-fi, interplanetary, inter-galactic, alien...

Terminator Genisys, Review: Old or obsolete?

Terminator Genisys, Review: Old or obsolete? Also known as Terminator 5 and released in Real D, 3D and IMAX 3D, Genisys is an elaborately written but largely uni-dimensional tale of the saga that poses the ‘eternal’ question: what if machines tried to take-over the world? By machines, it is meant humanoids, cyborgs, robots and other hybrids with almost unbeatable strength. Either ennui has set in, or the script is too convoluted and complex, or, frankly, the execution is not compe...

The Global Film Village: James Cameron received the Modern Master Award at 2010 SBIFF

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James Cameron received the Lucky Brand™ Modern Master Award from Governor Arnold Schwartzenegger at the 2010 Santa Barbara International Film Festival.      ...

Bush was most dangerous president in history: Oliver Stone

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BANGKOK ~ Oliver Stone said he’d seen the lies of the Reagan administration in the ‘eighties, and how the USA had intervened in 60 or 70 countries, but nothing had prepared him for the Bush years. “This has been the worst decade of my life” Stone told reporters in Bangkok yesterday. The film-maker, in Thailand to deliver a series of talks organised by the International Peace Foundation, said “Bush was the most dangerous president in history,” because of his policy on ...

The Global Film Village: DGA Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film

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By Marla Lewin     Directors Guild of America President Taylor Hackford announced the five nominees for the DGA Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film for 2009.   The nominees are (in alphabetical order): Kathryn Bigelow The Hurt Locker (Summit Entertainment) James Cameron Avatar (Twentieth Century Fox) Lee Daniels Precious: Based on the Novel "Push" by Sapphire (Lionsgate) Jason Reitman Up In The Air (Pa...

James Cameron to receive the Santa Barbara International Film Festival's highest honor

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James Cameron has been selected to receive the Santa Barbara International Film Festival's highest honor, The Lucky BrandTM Modern Master Award, it was announced by SBIFF Executive Director Roger Durling.  The Tribute will take place on Saturday, February 6, 2010,at the historic Arlington Theatre.   The Lucky BrandTM Modern Master Award is the highest honor presented by SBIFF.  Established in 1995, it was created to honor an individual who has enriched our culture through his/her mult...

Perry Santos, assistant to Scorsese on "Casino" and Cameron on "Titanic, directs "I'm Rick James"

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Perry Santos, writer, producer, and director of the upcoming documentary I'm Rick James, will appear on internet radio program MOVIE GEEKS UNITED! for an exclusive interview this Sunday, July 8 at 6pm (EST).   Mr. Santos will reveal his personal journey in making the documentary (which will be released this October), as well as share his insights into working with Martin Scorsese during the productions of Casino and Kundun, and James Cameron during Titanic.   An internet radio show hos...
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