An Autumn Afternoon: Ozu's Last Masterpiece
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An Autumn Afternoon: Ozu's Last Masterpiece

I have written in these pages numerous times of my love for cinema, of the moments captured on celluloid, of those magical images that speak, not only to the intellect, but to my very soul. The wonder of cinema is that it can take the mundane, the ordinary, and make it enchanted; it can pour mystery into the simplest and most natural occurrences. It can reveal depths to the everyday humdrum. There has been only a chosen few directors who have been able to achieve this transcendence with regularity over a sustained period of time, and o f these few, is a director I am getting to know more and more and to love whole-heartedly: Yasujiro Ozu.

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TRIPLE THREAT may be the perfect film title for Well Go USA's latest action-thriller

TRIPLE THREAT may be the perfect film title for Well Go USA's latest action-thriller

I'm not sure plot matters when you see this trio of mercenaries in Well Go USA's latest action-thriller — Directed by stuntman Jesse V. Johnson (Savage Dogs), TRIPLE THREAT follows a trio of mercenaries led by Iko Uwais (The Raid), Tony Jaa (Ong Bak), Tiger Chen (Man Of Tai Chi) who must race against time to stop assassins Michael Jai White (Undisputed), Scott Adkins (Bourne Ultimatum), and Michael Bisping (xXx: Return Of Xander Cage) who are hired to take out a billionaire’s daughter intent on bringing down a major crime syndicate.

"Dunkirk" Review
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"Dunkirk" Review

“Dunkirk” is the latest film from “Inception”, “Interstellar” and “Dark Knight” director Christopher Nolan - the man who’s brought us mind-bending, dramatic and complex stories of bravery and adventure. “Dunkirk” may be Nolan’s simplest film to date. At an hour and 46 minutes it’s definitely one of his shortest, with a screenplay of only 76 pages.

Report: Ben Affleck's Future As 'Batman' In Doubt

Report: Ben Affleck's Future As 'Batman' In Doubt

In a mere 24 hours, the Justice League cast, including Ben Affleck will take center stage at Saturday's San Diego Comic Con — But appearances can be misleading, this according to a source close to THR who alleges Ben may not be DCEU's Caped Crusader for much longer. The source with close knowledge of the situation says 'the studio [Warner Bros.] is working on plans to usher out Affleck’s 'Batman' — gracefully, addressing the change in some shape or form in one of the upcoming DC films.'

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