Picking the Best “The Princess Bride” Character? Inconceivable!

Posted 12/25/2014 9:00 AM by
Picking the Best “The Princess Bride” Character? Inconceivable!

Picking the best “The Princess Bride” character is an inconceivable task. Still, it’s up to us to take on such herculean efforts. Vote in our top 5 poll!

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Category: Film

Which Character Would You Be in a Workplace Comedy?

Posted 12/24/2014 2:00 PM by
Which Character Would You Be in a Workplace Comedy?

In Danny Boyle’s BABYLON, London’s police force is comprised of a diverse group of hilarious and sometimes volatile characters – an ensemble that would make any workplace rock with laughter. Wonder where you’d fit into this (or any) workplace comedy? Take this personality to test to find out.

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Category: Babylon

RECTIFY Hailed as One of TV’s Top Dramas

Posted 12/24/2014 1:49 PM by
RECTIFY Hailed as One of TV’s Top Dramas

Critics continue ranking RECTIFY high on best-of-the-year lists, calling the series “so quietly powerful that it forces you to be still in order to receive it” and “haunting on so many levels.”

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Category: Rectify

Critics Name “THE HONORABLE WOMAN” One of the Year’s Best Series, Applaud Maggie Gyllenhaal

Posted 12/24/2014 1:49 PM by
Critics Name “THE HONORABLE WOMAN” One of the Year’s Best Series, Applaud Maggie Gyllenhaal

The “mesmerising” miniseries keeps making best-of-2014 lists while Maggie Gyllenhaal trumpets her love for the role of Nessa Stein.

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Category: The Honorable Woman

Before BABYLON: Top 5 Paterson Joseph Movies and TV Shows

Posted 12/24/2014 10:00 AM by
Before BABYLON: Top 5 Paterson Joseph Movies and TV Shows

This BABYLON star’s appearances run the gamut from his award-winning stage work with the world-renowned Royal Shakespeare Company, to TV appearances in UK scifi institution Doctor Who and cult sketch comedy series That Mitchell and Webb Look. Seemingly never playing the same type twice, this chameleon-like performer modulates each character’s confidence, gravitas, integrity and inner turmoil to create a perfectly unique and memorable figure for any occasion. Don’t take our word for it — check out these five examples:

1. Æon Flux
This effects-laden scifi actioner stars Charlize Theron as the title character, a deadly freedom fighter on a mission to kill the leader of the corrupt, walled-in, stronghold of humanity’s postapocalyptic remnants known as Bregna. Joseph plays Giroux, a principled higher-up who opposes Æon Flux and her group of radicals despite his good intentions. Joseph manages the tricky feat of imbuing the misguided obstacle with sympathetic, even noble qualities that allow the character to serve as a representation of a whole segment of the tortured society.

2. The Beach
Joseph’s first project with BABYLON producer/director Danny Boyle, The Beach stars Leonardo DiCaprio…

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Category: Babylon

Spy Versus Spoof: Top 10 Secret Agent Parodies

Posted 12/24/2014 9:00 AM by
Spy Versus Spoof: Top 10 Secret Agent Parodies

The suspense, the high drama, the sexy sophistication… few genres come with a more compelling playbook than a good spy film. Maybe that’s why it’s so fun to tear these tropes to shreds! These ten flicks will make you question the term “intelligence community.”

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Category: Film

Nightmares in Babysitting: Who Had It Worse?

Posted 12/23/2014 11:00 AM by
Nightmares in Babysitting: Who Had It Worse?

Babysitters in the movies have it rough. They try to fend off everything from psychotic killers to lecherous fathers while keeping their charges alive. And they don’t always succeed. But which sitter had the worse lot?

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Category: Film

Top 10 Most Memorable Quotes From “The Princess Bride”

Posted 12/23/2014 9:00 AM by
Top 10 Most Memorable Quotes From “The Princess Bride”

The story is fantastical, the characters indelible and the dialogue–well, let’s just say that it’s inconceivable that we could ever forget some of these lines. Its stars have gone on to win Emmys, make movies and award-winning TV series, but none of them have ever forgotten the hilarity and delight of “The Princess Bride”–and neither have we. It’s hard to whittle down so many great quotes to just 10, but these are the moments that stick with us.

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Category: Film

Last Minute Holiday Shopping for a SundanceTV Fan? We’re Here to Help

Posted 12/22/2014 1:32 PM by
Last Minute Holiday Shopping for a SundanceTV Fan? We’re Here to Help

We’re guessing you know someone who needs to watch Rectify, The Red Road, The Honorable Woman or Top of the Lake.

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Category: Culture

10 Ways to Prep for “The Princess Bride” Marathon on Christmas Day

Posted 12/22/2014 11:00 AM by
10 Ways to Prep for “The Princess Bride” Marathon on Christmas Day

A maaawwwathon is what brings us togedder…

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Category: Film

A Holiday Season For the Rest of Us: Top 5 Unexpected Christmas Movies

Posted 12/22/2014 9:00 AM by
A Holiday Season For the Rest of Us: Top 5 Unexpected Christmas Movies

Frank Capra’s It’s a Wonderful Life is probably the best Christmas movie ever made, although it was neglected for decades following its initial release. But what of celebrations around the world, or Christmas movies that buck the trend, offering a different interpretation of the festive season? Here are 5 movies that present Christmastime in a very different light.

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Category: Film

Keeping It Weird: 10 Sundance Movies That Came Out of Austin, Texas

Posted 12/22/2014 9:00 AM by
Keeping It Weird: 10 Sundance Movies That Came Out of Austin, Texas

The Sundance Film Festival may call Park City, Utah, its home, but there’s another city that’s always been well-represented at the annual movie-geek get-together: Austin, Texas. Not only is Austin known as a hotbed for up-and-coming filmmakers, but the city’s creative vibe jibes well with Sundance’s commitment to discovering talented artists and giving exposure to offbeat voices. Austin means a DIY aesthetic and a laid-back attitude, plus a love of music, the outdoors, beer, and against-the-grain philosophies. Not coincidentally, you can also find all of those qualities in abundance at the Sundance Film Festival.

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Category: Sundance Film Festival

“THE HONORABLE WOMAN” Makes Best of 2014 Lists, Earns Golden Globe Nod

Posted 12/19/2014 1:59 PM by
“THE HONORABLE WOMAN” Makes Best of 2014 Lists, Earns Golden Globe Nod

The “inspiring” series top critics are calling “riveting, destabilizing entertainment” wins a spot on best-of-the-year lists for its “brilliant performances” and its fascinating story.

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Category: Series

Critics Name RECTIFY One of the Year’s Best Series

Posted 12/19/2014 1:48 PM by
Critics Name RECTIFY One of the Year’s Best Series

Critics are raving about Season 2 of RECTIFY, “another Great Southern Drama” which “dares you to put the outside world on pause and immerse yourself in its staggering emotion.”

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Category: Series

Sundance 2015: Jury Members Announced, “BABYLON” Star Brit Marling Among Them

Posted 12/19/2014 1:36 PM by
Sundance 2015: Jury Members Announced, “BABYLON” Star Brit Marling Among Them

Sundance Institute announced today the members of the six juries awarding prizes at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival, January 22 to February 1 in Park City, Salt Lake City, Ogden and Sundance, Utah. The Festival is the centerpiece of the year-round public programs for the Institute, which also hosts 24 residency labs and grants more than $2.5 million to independent artists each year.

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Category: Sundance Film Festival

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