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Found 4 results

  1. Tyler

    Southpaw

    It's hard to recall a trailer that laid out more of a movie's plot than this one.
  2. Tyler

    Nightcrawler

    Coming soon in confusingly-titled non-Marvel cinema: The teaser first surfaced as a link on a Craigslist ad that's part of the movie's viral marketing campaign. According to Indie Wire, the movie is about "an out of work man (Gyllenhaal) who man stumbles upon the underground world of L.A. freelance crime journalism."
  3. Tyler

    Enemy

    So, Denis Villeneuve made another movie with Jake Gyllenhaal (in addition to Prisoners). I first heard about it on this week's /Film Cast. Dave Chen said it's really moody and unsettling, with a confounding final shot. Enemy is based on the novel The Double by Jose Saramago.
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