Film

Watch the Trailer for ‘Hector and the Search for Happiness,’ Starring Simon Pegg

Peter Chelsom’s Hector and the Search for Happiness may at first look a bit like Eat, Pray, Love: a bougie anglophone… Read More

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Hollywood’s LGBT Representation Numbers Are Depressing — But GLAAD Is Wrong About How to Fix Them

Well here we are again, have a seat, put your feet up; there’s a new study on diversity in Hollywood and, unsurprisingly, it’s really fucking terrible. GLAAD has released its second annual Studio Responsibility Index, which “maps the quantity, quality and diversity of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people in films released by seven major motion picture studios during the 2013 calendar year.” The results are about what you’d expect: Of the 102 feature films released by major studios in 2013, exactly 17 of them so much as included an LGBT character. And less than half of those were characters with more than a single (often defamatory) dimension. It’d be pretty depressing if it weren’t so terribly predictable! … Read More

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Watch Elisabeth Moss and Mark Duplass Visit a Mysterious House to Save their Marriage in ‘The One I Love’ Trailer

The plot of Elisabeth Moss and Mark Duplass’ new film, The One I Love, is both simple and impossible to describe.… Read More

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The 10 Ugliest Movie Posters of All Time

Woody Allen’s latest, Magic in the Moonlight, is out this weekend, and all of the discussion surrounding its release is good news for at least one group of people: the marketing folks who designed and approved its comically inept poster. It’s yet another example of godawful Photoshop work in movie marketing, an area already tainted by a stunning lack of originality. Click through for a closer look at Magic and a few other egregious movie poster… Read More

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