Archive for 30/05/2013

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Oscar award winning writer and director Sofia Coppola’s newest film, The Bling Ring, is anticipated to entertain audiences this summer with its raw and scandalous content. The movie, starring a glamorous but delusional Emma Watson alongside a cast of newer talent, tells the story of L.A. teenagers fixated on fashion and celebrity lifestyles, an obsession that spins dangerously out of control when they start robbing celebrity homes, taking millions in clothing, shoes, and jewelry. Their escapades eventually catch up with the group of teens, coined the “Bling Ring” by the press during the very publicized court hearings that followed their arrests.

What’s the most shocking part of Coppola’s film? The fact that it’s based on actual events that took place in Los Angeles only a few years ago. “The Suspects Wore Louboutins,” an article published in Vanity Fair Magazine by Nancy Jo Sales during the trials, inspired The Bling…

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Not Your Average Stranger


I don’t like newborn babies. I like them when they reach their first year. But that changed when I watched this documentary film, Babies.

I highly recommend this documentary.

No plot.
Some universal truths.
Awesome cultures from 4 countries.

…and a whole lot of cuteness.

If you need a feel-good movie, give this a try!

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Victor's Village

390857489_152d53d3e6_zMy oh my, the location scouting rumors for the Mockingjay films are running wild, and crossing boarders! Right so, here’s what’s up, or a refresher if you will– only a matter of weeks ago rumors surfaced that the Mockingjay films were slated to be filmed in Boston, Mass, Atlanta, Georgia, and Los Angeles, California. And then a couple of weeks later more rumors surfaced that Detroit, Michigan, and Paris, France were on the table. The latest, and the most detailed rumor however, is now that a Bristol, England housing project (estate), is also being considered. Holy globe-trotting Batman! I don’t know about you, but I certainly never thought that the final installments of The Hunger Games would take an international twist, so to speak.

Remember way back when rumors starting peeking out over the Internets about location scouts checking out properties in South Carolina, and the camera phone images gave…

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Want to know what it was like on the set of “Aliens”? How did Arnold transform into “The Terminator”? #ThrowbackThursday brings you behind-the-scenes content from Valhalla Entertainment’s (@valhallapics) CEO Gale Anne Hurd (@GunnerGale) and her extensive film career. Gale’s body of work spans more than 20 years and has garnered critical and popular recognition, among her credits are box office smashes like “The Terminator”, “T2: Judgment Day”, “The Abyss”, “Aliens”, and “Armageddon”. You’ll also get some sneak peeks into some of the more indie pieces, like “Clockstoppers” and “Tremors”. Every Thursday a new piece of content from one of Gale’s projects will be featured on the Valhalla Entertainment blog, Facebook, Twitter, and Reddit with the hashtag #ThrowbackThursday. Throwback Thursdays debuts tomorrow May 30th, so check back for exclusive features on your favorite productions and the artists involved in their making!

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Hangul Celluloid

The next Hangul Celluloid review will be ‘Young Gun in the Time’ (2012 – Directed by Oh Young-doo).
The review will be available on later this week.


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