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‘I Give It a Year’ Review

I Give It a Year

What happens at the end of a romantic comedy? After the whirlwind romance and the big proposal, do the characters live happily ever after? Not so, says 'I Give It a Year,' a British flick that seeks to flip the rom-com formula on its head.

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‘Sound City’ Review

Sound City
Variance Films

Foo Fighters frontman and former Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl makes his directorial debut with 'Sound City,' a documentary about the origins and evolution of the famed music studio and the musicians who recorded there.

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‘Drinking Buddies’ Review

Drinking Buddies Review 2013 SXSW

'Drinking Buddies' may have a cast full of popular film and TV actors, it might have a bigger budget and a more accomplished cinematographer, but it is still a Joe Swanberg movie through and through. As in previous works by the prolific independent filmmaker like 'Hannah Takes the Stairs' and 'Alexander the Last,' the plot advances glacially. The characters ramble, mumble and stammer in the extreme. The primary conflict in this movie is the protagonists' absolute inability to tell each other how they really feel beneath their flirtations and small talk.

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‘Evil Dead 4′? More Like ‘Army of Darkness 2′

Army of Darkness 2
Renaissance Pictures

Remember that 'Evil Dead 4' statement from Sam Raimi a while back? How he told a crowd of fans that he and his brother were planning to work on a script this summer? Remember how he back tracked (a lot) shortly after making said statement? Well, it turns out there's a lot still up in the air, and one aspect is the true nature of this apparent sequel. Instead of being another 'Evil Dead,' a recent update revealed, whether you've been praying for this or not,  it'll be 'Army of Darkness 2' instead.

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‘Much Ado About Nothing’ Review

Much Ado About Nothing

Joss Whedon took a break from the 'Avengers' movie universe to film a slight modernization of William Shakespeare's 'Much Ado About Nothing.' A group of his friends and familiar faces from the Whedon-verse hang out at the director's house for a week and make an indie film -- the results border on the self-indulgent while blissfully eschewing pretension.

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‘Game of Thrones’ Releases New Mondo Posters for SXSW

Game of Thrones Season 3 Mondo Poster
Jock, Mondo

Last year's Comic-Con couldn't show us much in the way of 'Game of Thrones' season 3 footage, but the ongoing partnership with Mondo produced some incredible stylized posters from the series available for fans everywere. Now, as fans brace themselves for a third season of the acclaimed HBO drama to premiere on March 31, Mondo is at it again with new posters to be presented at the ongoing SXSW! Get a sneak peek of Mondo's latest 'Game of Thrones' artwork inside!

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‘The Tall Man’ Review

Jessica Biel in 'The Tall Man'
Minds Eye Entertainment

Pascal Laugier hasn’t made a film since 2006, when he unleashed the soul-crushing yet thought-provoking exercise in nihilism known as ‘Martyrs.’ He returns to us in 2012 with his second film and first English language feature, ‘The Tall Man,’ co-produced by and starring Jessica Biel.

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Olivia Munn Wants You to Know She’s a Good Person Despite Nude Photos

The Babymakers
Millenium Films

In lieu of attending SXSW to obligations on Aaron Sorkin's new HBO show 'The Newsroom,' Olivia Munn sent a letter for director Jay Chandrasekhar to read after the premiere of their new film 'The Babymakers.'

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Enter the ‘Citadel’ With New Trailer and Poster Image

Blinder Films


A new trailer has debuted  for Ciarán Foy's horror thriller 'Citadel.' The film will have its world premiere at the 2012 SXSW film festival next week in Austin, Texas.

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Poster for SXSW Film ‘King Kelly’ Sure is Saucy

King Kelly
SeeThink Films

This new poster for Andrew Neel's 'King Kelly' appears to be tailor made for the American Apparel-wearing, iPhone-toting generation of self-proclaimed "social media wizards." And that's sort of the point.

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