Author: Bart Hartgring

Which Bond movie is best? The definitive 007 film ranking – from awful to awesome

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Ah, Mr Bond! We’ve been… inspecting you. Now that Spectre has arrived, Digital Spy has attempted the impossible: ranking all 24 films of the 007 franchise. From 1962’s Dr No all the way to 2012’s Skyfall, we’ve graded which films were 00-heaven – and which were, well, something of an oddjob. Ok, we’ve ignored unofficial […]

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‘Upstream Color’ Director Shane Carruth Goes Big-Budget for ‘The Modern Ocean’

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Shane Carruth has made two movies, Primer and Upstream Color, with a long quiet period between them. Both those films were totally independent, low-budget affairs; both films achieved far more than the humble bottom line of either movie would lead anyone to assume. Now, for his third movie, Carruth is pulling in some money — […]

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Christopher Nolan on His Gradual Ascent: Young Filmmakers, Stop Rushing

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As an interview subject, Christopher Nolan is an expert diplomat: He’s great at sounding forthright while not saying anything particularly revealing. But, holding forth on his career in an hour-long conversation with Foxcatcher director Bennett Miller at the Tribeca Film Festival last night, the Dark Knight and Inception director did open up at a couple […]

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Prometheus 2 will be set on Earth, director Ridley Scott reveals amazing details (spoiler alert)

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SPOILER ALERT! Don’t read this article if you want to avoid spoilers on Prometheus 2…. Last month, certain reports indicated that the official title of the sequel for Prometheus that was released on 2012 will be Prometheus 2: Hell on Earth. The title clearly indicates that the upcoming movie will have an Earthly setting, instead […]

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All Time Travel Movies from 1896 and on

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Time Travel is increasingly coming into use as relevant and accepted plot premise. One reason could be a desire for ever more story plots to feed the story hungry masses. Another could be TIME as the last remaining and truly unexplored destination on the human map – the breaking out of the clutches of the […]

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