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Hicker than your average – Joe review

By Simon Miraudo July 2, 2014 Nicolas Cage is as if the question “Turn down for what?” took human form and then starred in a bunch of direct-to-DVD thrillers. For him, there is no such thing as a ‘phoned-in’ performance. Performances should be delivered with gusto, peppered with screaming fits. It’s become harder and harder […]

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Sydney Film Festival unveils its 2014 program

The Sydney Film Festival’s 2014 program has been loosed upon the world, boasting the Australian debut of David Michôd’s Animal Kingdom follow-up The Rover and Richard Linklater’s decade-spanning Boyhood, as well as hotly anticipated international titles such as Bong Joon-ho’s first English-language effort, Snowpiercer, and the Dardenne brothers’ Two Days, One Night, starring Marion Cotillard. All four of those features will screen in SFF’s official competition, alongside 20,000 Days on […]

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Nicolas Cage teams with David Gordon Green

Could Nicolas Cage and David Gordon Green tag-team for a joint career rejuvenation? According to The Hollywood Reporter, the duo are pairing up for a new drama titled Joe, which would see Green distance himself from his recent lacklustre gross-out comedies, and provide Cage with a starring role in which he neither needs to be on fire or […]

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