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Al Pacino as Manglehorn - 2015 Sarasota Film Festival: Day Eight

When you’re alone, who cares for starlit skies
When you’re alone, the magic moonlight dies
At break of dawn, there is no sunrise
When your lover has gone… 1,028 more words

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Cinelicious Pics On SXSW Pic 'The Mend'; Charlie Morrison Upped At Red Wagon - Film Briefs

Cinelicious Pics has snatched up all North American rights for The Mend, the debut film from director John Magary. Starring Josh Lucas, Stephen Plunkett, Lucy Owen, Mickey Sumner, Austin Pendleton, Cory Nichols, Louisa Krause, Leo Fitzpatrick and Sarah Steele, … 188 more words

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Green, Obst Added To 'Conversation' Series

The “In Conversation…” series at the 2015 Sarasota Film Festival will now include sit-downs with Interstellar producer Lynda Obst and Manglehorn director David Gordon Green, festival officials announced. 569 more words

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Pineapple Express (2008)

US 112m, Colour
Director: David Gordon Green; Cast: Seth Rogen, James Franco, Gary Cole, Rosie Perez, Danny McBride

Pineapple Express is an outrageously funny comedy about two pot-smoking friends who find themselves in the middle of a gangland war. 55 more words

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#33 - Joe

There’s something you need to know about “Joe” before going in: Nicolas Cage is really good in this movie.  Maybe not what you’d expect from his recent performances but in “ 171 more words

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SXSW Film Review: Manglehorn

“You get one shot at life. Try not to miss.” That’s the tagline of David Gordon Green’s latest film, Manglehorn, and an apt summation of the soggy story inside. 778 more words

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My Top 10 Films of 2014

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The Grand Budapest Hotel  (★★★★)

Written/directed by Wes Anderson

A re-telling of Austrian author Stefan Zweig’s writings, wrapped inside of a vibrant, colorful homage to a wide array of classic films, particularly early screwball comedies of the 1930s and ‘40s, “The Grand Budapest Hotel” is the best and funniest movie I’ve seen this year, and easily the most assured, fully realized and entertaining work writer/director Wes Anderson (“The Fantastic Mr. 1,945 more words

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