(NSFW: Language) The latest trailer for Ariel Vromen’s The Iceman, based on Anthony Bruno’s book about Richard Kuklinski, a loving family man who led a double life as a mob hitman.
We’ve seen lots of fun magic, but we like the looks of this: The Four Horsemen pull off a series of heists against corrupt business leaders during their performances in Louis Leterrier’s Now You See Me.
A Cinemax original series from X-Files producer Frank Spotnitz about a private intelligence operative who finds herself the target of an attempted hit. Learn about her security firm here.
A man is consumed by thoughts of revenge. But the cry for blood is nothing compared to a sinner’s curse. David Victori’s La Culpa won the top prize at the 2012 Your Film Festival.
(NSFW: Language) The incredible Michael Shannon stars as Richard “Iceman” Kuklinski, a convicted Mafia hitman who allegedly killed over 100 people between 1948 and 1986.
Grumpy old man Clint Eastwood growls at John Goodman and pretty much everyone else while playing a grumpy old baseball scout. Also starring Amy Adams and Justin Timberlake. Relevant.
The full theatrical trailer for Paul Thomas Anderson’s latest film gives us more insight into the dynamic between Phillip Seymour Hoffman and Joaquin Phoenix’s eccentric characters.
Sleepwalk With Me is about a difficult episode in the life of stand-up comic Mike Birbiglia, which induced his sleepwalking. Produced and co-written by Ira Glass (NPR’s This American Life).
A feel-good movie based on a novel about a recovering psychotic. Turns out he needs another crazy person. Starring Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence and – wait for it – Chris Tucker.
A new drama from Fernando Meirelles, director of City of God and The Constant Gardener, 360 is a thriller which interweaves several stories around the globe to move us through its intricate plot.
The creator of Oz sets his sights on crime drama once again, this time in 1860s New York City as an Irish immigrant cop tries to bring some order to the chaos of the infamous Five Points neighborhood.
Paul Thomas Anderson’s latest drama tells the story of a charismatic religious leader (Philip Seymour Hoffman) and a young drifter (Joaquin Phoenix) who ends up as his right-hand man.
(NSFW: Language) Directed by Oscar winner Michel Gondry, The We and The I revolves around a group of high school students as they take their last bus ride home before the summer break.
(NSFW: Language) ChlÃ¶e Grace Moretz plays a 13-year-old who runs away from her parents and hitchhikes to Las Vegas. A brutal growing-up story based on a novel by Andrea Portes.
Based on The Wettest County in the World, a novel about the Bondurant brothers, moonshine bootleggers in Depression-era Virginia. Tom Hardy, Shia LeBeouf, Gary Oldman and Guy Pearce star.
(NSFW) Aaron Sorkin’s HBO series The Newsroom goes behind the scenes of a network news operation, with Jeff Daniels starring as a stressed-out anchorman trying to reinvent his program.
A quadriplegic aristocrat hires a poor and unqualified man to be his live-in caregiver in Olivier Nakache and Eric Toledano’s The Intouchables, an award-winning film based on a true story.
(MAJOR SPOILERS) HBO’s 22-minute recap of the first season of Game of Thrones is perfect for those who are new to the series. We watched this just so we could stare at the beautiful Emilia Clarke.
Justin Kurzel’s dark film sounds like an episode of Dexter, but in 1999, barrels of human remains were found in Snowtown, Australia – truly the result of four self-appointed vigilante serial killers.
Based on the best-selling novel by Lionel Shriver, We Need to Talk About Kevin is about a mother trying to cope with “the increasing malevolence” of her son. Starring Tilda Swinton and John C. Reilly.
Adrien Brody plays a teacher who refuses to form bonds with people. He realizes that like his students, he is in need of guidance as well. Directed by Tony Kaye (American History X).
An Oscar hopeful for Best Foreign Language Film, about a battle right before the ceasefire shortly before the end of the Korean War with the threat of betrayal looming on the South Korean side.
In 1915 Norway, a teenager accused of murder is sent to a remote ice-bound island reform school, and plots revenge against the cruel director in Marius Holst’s coldly intense King of Devil’s Island.
Two-time Academy Award winner Robert De Niro and Paul Dano (Little Miss Sunshine) play estranged father and son in this adaptation of Nick Flynn’s memoir. Directed by Paul Weitz (About a Boy).
A brilliant young boy searches for the lock that fits the key left by his father killed on 9/11. This one has Oscar written all over it – assuming the movie’s as good as the trailer.
A young Carl Jung (Michael Fassbender) finds himself at odds with his mentor Sigmund Freud (Viggo Mortensen), when both men fall in love with one of Jung’s patients (Kiera Knightley).
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