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Al-lelujah! A Pacino Double Feature at Venice

Al Pacino is still at it. At 74, four decades after the first two Godfather films, and more than a decade since his last starring role in even a minor hit (2003’s… 1,051 more words

Venice Film Review: 'Manglehorn'

When you want subtle and nuanced, Al Pacino isn’t the guy you call. Pacino does big and larger-than-life better than any thesp working today. But “Manglehorn” is a fragile, smaller-than-life portrait, focused on the kind of eccentric rural Southern character you might expect to encounter in one of Errol Morris’ early documentaries, or among the weathered, life-worn faces who add authenticity as cutaways in one of director David Gordon Green’s own indie features. 774 more words


David Gordon Green Will Direct Sandra Bullock In 'Our Brand Is Crisis'

by: Lizzy Ferro

I’m going to assume that the people who are interested in this headline, will be more excited about the idea of Clooney & Bullock producing another movie together (if you didn’t like Gravity, you’re lying) or maybe just happy Sandra will have another movie coming out soon – but no, I’m excited for David Gordon Green. 152 more words


Sandra Bullock joins David Gordon Green's 'Our Brand Is Crisis'

Sandra Bullock is set to star in David Gordon Green’s Our Brand Is Crisis, sources have confirmed. The film, written by Peter Straughan, is based on the 2005 documentary of the same name. 82 more words


Sandra Bullock and David Gordon Green Team on 'Our Brand is Crisis' (EXCLUSIVE)

After her success in “Gravity,” Sandra Bullock is again orbiting a Warner Bros. project.

Sources tell Variety that Warners has greenlit the political dramedy “Our Brand is Crisis,” which Bullock has committed to star in with David Gordon Green set to direct. 166 more words


Review: 'Joe' 6.18.14

This is a strong, well constructed, assured directing effort by David Gordon Green, who as you may know, has recently gotten back in touch with making gritty social dramas like he did at the start of his career with films like ‘George Washington’ and ‘All The Real Girls’ over more Hollywood based fare like ‘Pineapple Express’, ‘Your Highness’, and ‘The Sitter’. 163 more words

Joe film review: Dark and intoxicating

Director David Gordon Green captures brutality, violence and paternalism in his Southern-gothic film, Joe. Green’s forte lies with low-budget films with Joe no exception. Adapted from Larry Brown’s novel, it is Green’s use of dark lighting and quasi-amateur filming that casts a light on the brooding and depressing protagonist. 543 more words