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By the looks of it, “The Counselor,” a rancid, ultimately sodden crime thriller, was made to appeal to several audiences, among them fans of the cinematic stylings of Ridley Scott; acolytes of cult author Cormac McCarthy; and admirers of the Irish actor Michael Fassbender, who between the 2011 drama “Shame” and the opening sequence of this movie, has become Hollywood’s go-to-sex-guy for explicit between-the-sheets adventures.
(NAPSI)—“Follow your bliss,” advised author and anthropologist Joseph Campbell, and “doors will open for you that wouldn’t have opened for anyone else.”
Vicky Boone Casting Company will hold an open casting call for a major feature film from noon to 6 p.m. Saturday at the Killeen Arts & Activities Center, 802 N. Second St.
DES MOINES, Iowa — A growing season that began unusually wet and cold in the Midwest is finishing hot and dry, renewing worries of drought and its impact on crops.
This publicity image released by Paramount Pictures shows Brad Pitt as Gerry Lane, left, and Daniella Kertesz as Segen, center in a scene from "World War Z." (AP Photo/Paramount Pictures, Jaap Buitendijk)
Might there be a real-life zombie apocalypse one day? Not likely, but then again, the way zombies have chomped their way into our pop culture the last several years, it's maybe a bit less implausible than it once was.
Brad Pitt in a scene from "World War Z."
“World War Z,” a horror-action picture about a worldwide zombie epidemic, contains a number of stupendous sequences. In one, a traffic jam in Philadelphia has turned roads into parking lots, and people suddenly start emerging from their cars, snarling and looking dead and hungry and maniacal. In another scene, hordes of the undead swarm a gigantic wall built to protect Israel, climbing over each other like ants until they reach the top and start jumping on the unsuspecting civilians below.
This publicity image released by Paramount Pictures shows Brad Pitt in a scene from "World War Z." (AP Photo/Paramount Pictures, Jaap Buitendijk)
Might there be a real zombie apocalypse one day? The way zombies have invaded our pop culture the last several years, it's maybe a bit less implausible than it once was.
With so many remakes, sequels and familiar subjects hitting theaters between now and Labor Day, this year’s summer movie season should be dubbed as “deja viewed.”
Tarleton State University’s fall commencement was held Dec. 15.
Sure, it’s Oscar season. But the Oscars are the ghosts of Movies Past — last year’s movies, yesterday’s news.
The violence is hard and loud in “Killing Them Softly”: a couple of mugs pummeling a suspected rat in a miserable rain, a round of bullets slo-moing through a victim’s head. But it is also doled out with resignation, and even regret. Nobody in Andrew Dominik’s bloody, and bloody entertaining, crime film, an adaptation of George V. Higgins’ “Cogan’s Trade,” wants to inflict bodily harm. It’s just what they have to do.
Brad Pitt stars in "Killing Them Softly."
LOS ANGELES — The B-list rules Hollywood’s fall and holiday movie season: Bond, Bella and Bilbo.
Belton Senior Activity Center’s annual Christmas party is from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Dec. 19 at 842 S. Mitchell St., Belton.