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Some movies can generate a spellbinding silence: a collective hush of audience anticipation, proof that the film has captured the attention of everyone in the theater. The deadly quiet that Danny Boyle heard in " Slumdog Millionaire's" first Hollywood...
Tags: Danny Boyle, Tickets, Mumbai (India), Drama (genre), India
Zap2It.com"Sunshine" pulls a stern, gripping variation on the old David Letterman joke, the one about President Bush responding to a heat wave by ordering an attack on the sun. Director Danny Boyle, whose feature film career got off to a zippy start with "Shallow...
Times Staff WriterBrightness has never seemed as menacing as it does in "Sunshine," the nail-bitingly tense science-fiction thriller that emphasizes both the fearsome power of our friend the sun and how bereft we earthlings would be without its warming rays. "Sunshine" is...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterA year ago, the Telluride Film Festival set off the early fireworks for eventual Oscar winners Daniel Day-Lewis ("There Will Be Blood") and screenwriter Diablo Cody ("Juno"). Can this weekend's festival do the same for "The Curious Case of Benjamin...
Zap2It.comSwift, vicious and grimly imaginative, the zombie film "28 Weeks Later" exceeds its predecessor, "28 Days Later," in every way. This does not mean it is for everyone, or even every type of horror enthusiast. It's really rough, although the ultra-...
Zap2It.comCillian Murphy may have played The Scarecrow in "Batman Begins," but he's going to trade in his burlap mask for canvases and paints. The Irish actor has signed on to star opposite Al Pacino for the indie film "Dali & I: The Surreal Story," reports...
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Zap2It.comIn between meals the vampires in "30 Days of Night" converse in a language scrambling together a little Dutch, a little Hebrew and a little Arabic, so that a subtitle reading "We should've come here ages ago" accompanies dialogue that sounds like "Ak-...
Tags: Josh Hartnett, Fiction, Bram Stoker, Gaming, Alaska
Directed by Fernando Meirelles (City of God, The Constant Gardener) Written by Don McKeller (The Red Violin, Blue) Starring: JULIANNE MOORE (Boogie Nights, Far From Heaven) MARK RUFFALO (You Can Count on Me, Zodiac) GAEL GARCIA...
In Fernando Meirelles' land of the blind, the one-eyed man isn't king -- the morally degenerate opportunist is. After a mysterious plague of sightlessness strikes an anonymous city, a shadowy Orwellian government quarantines the afflicted in a...
Times Staff WriterBatman has finally come home. Not just to a story that painstakingly details his origins but to an ominous style that suits it beautifully. Christopher Nolan's "Batman Begins" disdains the mindless camp and compulsive weirdness that mostly...
Tags: Danny Boyle, Liam Neeson, Christopher Nolan, Katie Holmes, Death
Times Staff WriterWhich is scarier — knowing you are going to die, or the threat of immortal solitude? In Kiyoshi Kurosawa's "Pulse," Tokyo is a ghost city of lonely people living in tiny, cell-like apartments, so that all their possessions lie within reach, but...
Tags: Wes Craven, Merce Cunningham, Noise (movie), Death, Gaming
Zap2It.comUniversal and 20th Century Fox have recruited a first-time feature director to oversee the sure-to-be-expensive big screen version of "Halo." The studios have selected 26-year-old advertising and f/x savant Neill Blomkamp to direct "Halo," setting off...
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