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Article: Blanchett, Redford pic to shoot in Oz

Truth, a US political drama starring Cate Blanchett and Robert Redford, will start shooting in Sydney in early October.

Redford will play former CBS News anchor Dan Rather with Blanchett as his producer Mary Mapes in the film which will mark the directing debut of screenwriter James Vanderbilt, whose credits include the first two instalments of The Amazing Spider-Man, White House Down and Zodiac. 185 more words


Movie Review (With Spoilers): All is Lost


This was the quietest movie I’ve ever watched, sounds of waves crashing and rolls of thunder aside. Our main character, who has no name (we’ll call him The Man), has one line for the whole entire movie. 487 more words

Movie Review

The Sting (1973)

“Luther said I could learn something from you. I already know how to drink.” – Johnny Hooker (Robert Redford)

Before American Hustle could wow audiences with a twist ending and 1970s kitsch,  475 more words


Captain America: The Winter Soldier Review

Captain America, like Superman, has a problem. He’s a do-gooder. And do-gooders are incredibly hard to write for, especially in these gritty reboot days. After a successful Indiana Jones styled opening adventure and solid execution in The Avengers, all eyes were on Cap’s first stand alone modern day outing to see if he could walk tall in a world dominated by conflicted heroes. 997 more words


Playing Poker on Screen

Who doesn’t love a movie with a great poker scene?

Live Take

Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014)

Directed by the brothers Anthony Russo and Joe Russo staring Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson,Samuel L. Jackson, Anthony Mackie, Robert Redford, Sebastian Stan, Cobie Smulders and Frank Grillo . 455 more words


All Is Lost: Real Life Action

Sometimes an impressive movie can pass audiences by, without really getting the attention it deserves. It’s easy to think that if a film hasn’t been well promoted, nominated or widely screened that it’s because people who know better have decided that it’s not ‘good enough.’ Unfortunately most of these facets of marketing and publicity are political decisions as much as they are artistic ones. 654 more words