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'Two Jews On Film' Pick Their Top 10 For 2010 (Video)

January 3rd, 2011 4:05pm EST
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2010 was truly a year for amazing films. We had The Coen Brothers' fantastic remake of the classic western, True Grit. Films about people overcoming great obstacles...'Frankie & Alice', 'Conviction', 'The Fighter' '127 Hours' and of course, one of the 'Two Jews On Film' favorites...'The King's Speech'. We had movies about a dancer's obsessed with perfection...Darren Aronofsky's brilliant, twisted tale, 'The Black Swan', and a film about a man obsessed with money and power 'Casino Jack'...And then there was that movie about a guy that changed our lives forever...'The Social Network'...one...
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Ryan Gosling: 'I Try Not To Make Too Many Movies'

December 28th, 2010 6:24pm EST
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Actor Ryan Gosling turns down as many movie jobs as possible, insisting he "feels sick" when he sees himself on the big screen.

Two of Gosling's latest films - Blue Valentine and All Good Things - will hit theatres in the U.S. this month and the simultaneous releases have left him with a sense of dread.

He tells the Los Angeles Times, "I try not to make too many movies. I get sick of myself, so I can imagine how everyone else feels. And for the two to come out at the same time, it makes me feel sick."

However, The Notebook star admits he can't stop himself from acting - although he do...
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Review: 'All Good Things' 'Two Jews On Film' Give A High Bagel Rating To This Film (Video)

December 9th, 2010 11:59am EST
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'All Good Things' is an extraordinary story about love, obsession, family, madness and murder set against the backdrop of a New York real estate dynasty...the Durst family...in the 1980's. The film, directed by Andrew Jarecki (Capturing the Friedmans) is inspired by the true story of the son, Robert Durst, who was suspected of but never tried for the murder of his wife Kathie who disappeared in 1982 and was never found. This is the most notorious missing person's case in New York history. Ryan Gosling brilliantly portrays David Marks (Robert Durst) peeling away the layers of his charac...
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Kirsten Dunst Wears A Big Ol Sports Bra Underneath A Black Lace Dress

December 2nd, 2010 10:00am EST
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Kirsten Dunst appeared at the "All Good Things" New York City premiere yesterday wearing a very unflattering dress. In addition to the white cuffs, the dress reveals what looks to be a sports bra underneath. If you're going to show undergarments, make sure they're sexy!

The wealthy heir to a prominent real-estate magnate becomes caught up in a high-profile murder investigation in "All Good Things," inspired by the real-life case of Robert Durst, who was suspected of murdering his wife, Kathie, after she vanished without a trace in 1982.

Warned by his father (Frank Langella) that the comm...
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Kirsten Dunst Reveals Her Mysterious New Film 'All Good Things'

December 2nd, 2010 9:18am EST
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So much has changed since we last saw Kirsten Dunst. Back then she was still Mary Jane in the Spider-Man series which was supposed to have a fourth part. Now Dunst has four films coming out, but the new Spider-Man isn’t one of them.

All Good Things is in theaters this week. Based on an unsolved crime, Dunst plays the subject of the investigation. In the film, David Marks (Ryan Gosling) marries Katie (Dunst) but grows distant as his family business sucks him in. Katie goes missing, but her body was never found and David could not be convicted of murder.

Next year, Dunst stars in the romanc...
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Trailer Talk: This Week in Movies - 'Black Swan,' 'All Good Things,' & More

November 30th, 2010 9:33am EST
Black Swan
I hope everyone had a happy and safe Thanksgiving filled with good food and excellent company. As part of a tradition in my family, we watched the movie “Planes, Trains, and Automobiles” starring John Candy and Steve Martin. This road trip comedy which no doubt influenced this year’s “Due Date,” tells the story of a man (Martin) racing home to Chicago for Thanksgiving with his family.

His journey is terrorized by an obnoxious stranger (Candy) he can’t seem to shake. The odd couple is forced to travel together, enduring a comical series of catastrophes, while unwittingly forming a frien...
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