Ray Winstone Becomes Incredibly Transformed Into Beowulf
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Ray Winstone Becomes Incredibly Transformed Into Beowulf

RAY WINSTONE BECOMES INCREDIBLY TRANSFORMED INTO BEOWULF by Brad Balfour With his gruff, hardened voice, and a face that shows the scars from his early years as a boxer, 50 year-old Londoner Ray Winstone hardly seemed like the perfect choice to play the Adonis-like, all-conquering Norse hero Beowulf. But thanks to Robert Zemeckis and his love … Continue reading

Marisa Tomei – Makes Sure We Know She’s There In Sidney Lumet’s Latest
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Marisa Tomei – Makes Sure We Know She’s There In Sidney Lumet’s Latest

Marisa Tomei Makes Sure We Know She’s There In Sidney Lumet’s Latest by Brad Balfour In a film loaded up with some of the finest New York theater actors, Marisa Tomei made sure she stood out in Sidney Lumet’s Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead. Since its release, the film has stood out as well, garnering … Continue reading

Dustin Hoffman Makes a Magical Turn
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Dustin Hoffman Makes a Magical Turn

Dustin Hoffman Makes a Magical Turn by Brad Balfour Originally posted on November 15, 2007. Dustin Hoffman’s work has been on the American cinematic landscape for so long that you could call him an icon without blinking. Perusing the list of benchmark films Hoffman has been in — from his early films such as The … Continue reading

Darfur Now (A PopEntertainment.com Movie Review)
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Darfur Now (A PopEntertainment.com Movie Review)

DARFUR NOW (2007) Featuring Don Cheadle, Hejewa Adam, Pablo Recalde, Ahmed Mohammed Abakar, Luis Moreno-Ocampo, Adam Sterling, George Clooney, Hillary Clinton, John McCain and Arnold Schwarzenegger. Written by Ted Braun. Directed by Ted Braun. Distributed by Warner Independent Pictures.  99 minutes.  Rated PG. It’s not easy to make an uplifting film about genocide, but Darfur Now does … Continue reading