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  • ‘Stuck In the Middle With You,’ Stealers Wheel (‘Reservoir Dogs’)

    Possibly the most iconic use of music in the whole Quentin Tarantino oeuvre, QT trotted out the propulsive 1972 daytime AM favorite from Stealers Wheel to soundtrack, of all things, a captured cop getting his ear sliced off. One of the more ingenious things about his use of music in “Reservoir Dogs” is that it’s a minor plot point –

  • Hatventures – Trials Evolution #10 – Sonic! Hat Films Track!

    More tricksy maps, this time we enter the Green Hill Zone, mash our way through another Extreme track, and we also get to play an awesome custom made Hat Films track! Don’t forget to Like and Favourite if you enjoyed it, and for all your Hat Films updates be sure to subscribe. ♪ Listen to… Continue reading Hatventures - Trials Evolution #10 - Sonic! Hat Films Track!

  • 22. ‘Ocean’s Twelve’ (2004)

    How evident is it that the Amsterdam hashish consumed on location had an effect on the final product? Very. While the first movie certainly skirted credibility, this disjointed sequel relies far too much on magical technology and celebrity inside jokes, like Julia Roberts’ Tess pretending to be a Julia Roberts lookalike. It does, to its credit, contain the most blissfully ludicrous scene in the trilogy, wherein

  • This week “Bullet to the Head” hits the big screen and marks the long awaited return of a singular voice in American film, Walter Hill. His first film since 2002′s marginal prison boxing movie “Undisputed,” Hill is probably best known for his role in Ridley Scott’s “Alien.” Hill produced and co-wrote (with frequent collaborator David Giler) the

    This past week, I traveled to Utah to cover the Sundance Film Festival for Moviefone. This was my first trip to the annual event, and for the most part, things went very well. Granted, I did make one big mistake in not staying long enough, which means I missed several buzzed-about films, including “Lovelace,” “A.C.O.D.” “Fruitvale” and “Escape From Tomorrow.”

    Nevertheless, I still got to see 14 movies in my four-and-a-half… Continue reading Sundance: 14 Films We Saw at the 2013 Film Festival