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Play It Again – The Birdcage

By Simon Miraudo August 25, 2014 Play It Again is a weekly feature in which our classic-film connoisseurs revisit a revered motion picture from the annals of movie history, to see if it holds up… or if it has aged terribly. And yes, it takes its name from a famously misquoted Casablanca line. Hey, whatever. It […]

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Lesson learned – The English Teacher review

By Richard Haridy December 4, 2013 The English Teacher is a bizarrely homogenised film that strangely advocates artistic compromise. In a perfect encapsulation of form and content, Craig Zisk‘s The English Teacher tells a story of an artist who reluctantly adds a happy ending to his play while the movie itself forces a happy ending […]

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Trailer Debut: Mirror Mirror

Hot on the heels of the newly released trailer for Rupert Sanders’ rival fairytale flick Snow White and the Huntsman comes the official teaser for Tarsem Singh‘s Mirror Mirror. Tarsem’s take on the Snow White legend is notably different from Sanders’. Whereas Huntsman looks to be a gloomy, edgy affair, Mirror Mirror is more child-oriented and comically-inclined. […]

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Tarsem’s Snow White renamed Mirror, Mirror

Relativity Media’s untitled Snow White project finally has a title. Slashfilm confirms the Tarsem Singh directed film will be called Mirror, Mirror. Many comparisons have been made between Singh’s take on the classic Snow White story (starring Lily Collins) and Universal’s Snow White and the Huntsman (starring Kristen Stewart) also currently in production. Singh told […]

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Nathan Lane, Julianne Moore and Greg Kinnear go back to school for The English Teacher

Nathan Lane will join Julianne Moore and Greg Kinnear in the upcoming comedy The English Teacher, Deadline reports. The film will mark the feature directorial debut for Craig Zisk, who until now has worked heavily in television on such shows as United States of Tara, Scrubs, The Big C and Weeds. With a screenplay penned […]

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