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Christian Bale Is Unrecognizable as Dick Cheney in Vice Trailer


The trailer for the new Adam McKay (The Big Short) film Vice dropped on Wednesday morning, and it features Christian Bale’s impressive transformation into former Vice President Dick Cheney. In the clip, we get a brief glimpse of  Cheney as a ruthless power broker as he negotiates the terms of his candidacy for the vice…

Source: https://www.spin.com/2018/10/vice-trailer-dick-cheney-christian-bale/

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25 years later, Steven Spielberg’s ‘Schindler’s List’ gets stunning remastered re-release


Steven Spielberg’s masterpiece Schindler’s List is turning 25 this December. To celebrate, Universal Pictures is adding to the film’s $225 million box office haul by returning a remastered version of the historical drama to big screens across the country.

Schindler’s List tells the true story of Oskar Schindler (Liam Neeson), a German businessman whose efforts to employee Jews during the Holocaust is believed to have saved over 1,000 people from concentration camps, including Auschwitz. The film was nominated for twelve Academy Awards and won seven, including Best Director and Best Picture. It’s also regularly featured on lists of the all-time greatest in cinema. Read more…

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Why ‘The Death of Stalin’ is the ultimate Trump-era comedy


Someday in the not-too-distant future, you’ll be sitting in the dark of a multiplex as a trailer plays for the first big-budget movie rendering of the Donald Trump administration. No doubt there will be laughs, gasps, boos, and intense online debates about whether it’s too soon to turn our collective nightmare into silver-screen fodder.

Until that day, one way movie makers can help us process the present American political crisis is to look at it through the lens of dark historical comedy — just as they did during the Vietnam war. While it was still happening, the only way audiences could acknowledge the absurdity of what we were going through was by reaching backward, viewing satires set in Korea (M*A*S*H*, 1970) and World War II (Catch-22, also 1970.)  Read more…

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