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First ‘Suspiria’ clip has Tilda Swinton telling Dakota Johnson to “improvise freely”

In this first look clip of Luca Guadagnino’s Suspiria, Madame Blanc (Tilda Swinton) outlines plans for a new dance, a piece about “rebirths,” in which Susie Bannion (Dakota Johnson) can “improvise freely.” But, as Susie contorts and convulses we see her moves aren’t so free after all. A darker, more sinister force is work instigating her movement.  Suspiria will world premiere …

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Tremble tremble, the ‘Suspiria’ trailer is here with darkness, tears and sighs

“When you dance the dance of another,  you make yourself in the image of its creator.” The first full trailer for Suspiria from Academy Award-nominee Luca Gaudagnino (Call Me By Your Name) is here in all of its bone-crunching horror. Oozing with terror, spectral oddities, and an appropriately creepy score from Radiohead’s Thom Yorke, Guadagnino’s reimagining of Dario Argento’s 1977 …

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2018 Berlin Film Festival Review: ‘Isle of Dogs’

Synopsis: In Japan, after a wave of dog-flu hits the city’s dogs, they are all exiled to trash island. Meanwhile, one of the dog’s owners decides to rescue his now exiled dog and goes on a perilous journey to get him back. In one of his most ambitious films to date, Wes Anderson once again employs stop-motion animation to tell …

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AW’s 50 Favorite Performances of 2015 – The Shortlist

  It’s almost time for AwardsWatch 50 Favorite Performances list but for now, I have the hot off the presses shortlist of eligible players. Now, in order to qualify for the shortlist and eventual final list, you only needed to show up on two ballots but even then you’ll see some shocking snubs and delightful inclusions. Take a lesson, Academy, …

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2016 Oscars Theme: We All Dream in Gold

The theme for the 2016 Oscars has been revealed just two days ahead of the nomination announcement: We All Dream in Gold. With it comes a new clip and a wave of posters featuring Lupita Nyong’o, Jamie Foxx and Meryl Streep. Look further though and you might notice something; the Oscars, with this campaign, seem to be trying very hard …

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