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mdc ricky bobby dispute Movie News: Ricky Bobby Controversy; Jason Sudeikis, the New Fletch; Colin Firth in Devils Knot Trailer

Ricky Bobby: Look at the car on the left; it’s from Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby, starring Will Ferrell. Now look at the car on the right; it’s parked outside Ricky Bobby’s Sports Saloon and Restaurant, located in Fort Worth, Texas. Notice any similarities? So did Columbia Pictures, which is now suing the restaurant operators, demanding that they stop profiting… Continue reading Movie News: Ricky Bobby Controversy; Jason Sudeikis, the New 'Fletch;' Colin Firth in 'Devil's Knot' Trailer

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Here are three capsule reviews from Fantastic Fest …

 

The Devil’s Business

devilsbusiness Fantastic Fest Capsule Reviews: The Devils Business, Manborg and The Yellow Sea

Some films have no business being features. The Devil’s Business is a solid movie, but it would be a terrific thirty-minute short. Even at a seemingly scant 75 minutes, director Sean Hogan’s tale of two hitmen who get more than they bargained for when their target turns out to have occult connections feels… Continue reading Fantastic Fest Capsule Reviews: 'The Devil's Business,' 'Manborg' and 'The Yellow Sea'











The easiest way to describe ‘Devil’s Double,’ Lee Tamahori’s disturbing film about Saddam Hussein’s sociopathic son Uday and his reluctant (to say the least) body double, Latif Yahia, is to call it “‘Scarface’ in the Middle East.” But like any easy description, that one doesn’t tell the whole story: unlike Tony Montana, Uday Hussein was born in full possession of the world — or at least the part… Continue reading Video: The Real Latif Yahia, Portrayed by Dominic Cooper in 'Devil's Double,' Speaks Out