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Nick Barclay’s Abstract Movie Posters: The graphic designer breaks down classic movies into simple circles

Nick Barclay's Abstract Movie Posters

Sydney-based art director Nick Barclay branches outside his traditional covers and spreads for international magazines and political campaigns for something a little more playful. In his latest endeavor, the designer has re-imagined classic film……

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5 new Disney movies that could be a bigger hit than Frozen

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No one could have predicted the impact Frozen, Disney’s updated version of the Snow Queen, had on the world in 2014. Almost every parent will have seen the animated adventures of Elsa and Olaf more than a few times by now. And there’s more to come, with these first images from the next Frozen adventure, Frozen Fever, released today…




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A supercut of stares in Darren Aronofsky movies

Darren Aronofsky can be a grandiose director. Think of his big set pieces: Black Swan‘s ballet or The Wrestler‘s final match. But, as with other directors, the tiny moments add up. This supercut, from Vimeo user WarmBakedBread, explores Aronofsky’s movies through a particular lens: the eyes. Examining shots from six films, the supercut moves between the wide-eyed awe of Noah and the dilated paranoia of Requiem for a Dream. Even if you haven’t seen any of the movies, you get a sense of the characters from each look.

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The 10 best 3D movies in 2014

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Whether you love them or just grudgingly accept them, stereoscopic 3D movies are here to stay. They continue to bring in huge audiences and top the box office, and filmmakers are increasingly moving beyond the gimmickry and exploring the artistic potential of stereofication. Here, we take a look – in no particular order – at the biggest and best 3D movies to hit the big screen this year.




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These 65 movies and TV shows are disappearing from Netflix on New Year’s Day

Hopefully your New Year’s resolution isn’t to binge watch all five Rocky films, because Netflix won’t be able to help you out. As usual, the beginning of a new month marks the disappearance of a lot of old films from the streaming service, and Vulture has printed a long list of which will be going away. Its list of disappearances seems to come from Netflix itself, though it looks like Netflix may be singling out some of the biggest names rather than making a comprehensive list of everything that’s going to disappear. For instance, the What’s On Netflix Now? blog points out that basically every Woody Allen film (aside from Annie Hall) is going away as of January 1st, though only one appears on Netflix’s list.

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At least three more ‘Fast & Furious’ movies are likely

At a Hollywood Reporter roundtable, Universal’s Donna Langley has apparently promised the Fast & Furious franchise a long life beyond next year’s Furious 7, saying “We think there’s at least three more…I think it’s still a growing franchise,” reports Entertainment Weekly.

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This Tumblr celebrates the art in the background of our favorite movies

It’s awful easy to forget just how much work goes into making a film — especially if you don’t stick around for the credits. But one professional photographer named Martin Cole is shining light on at least one overlooked role with his Tumblr “Art in Film.” The blog displays an impressive collection of film scenes that include some sort of visual art in the background — be it a Picasso or something manufactured just for the movie. Just think about it: most of the pieces of art are on screen for less than a second, yet each one had to be carefully selected or commissioned from scratch. It’s all a day’s work for under-praised production designers. Check out Cole’s Tumblr here.

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Disney Movies Anywhere now lets you buy once and watch on any iOS or Android device

The Disney Movie Anywhere app now lives up to its name — after launching for iOS and the iTunes Store earlier this year, Disney is now bringing its movie-curating app to Android and Google Play. That partnership between Disney and Google means that things just got a lot easier for anyone who wants to watch their Disney movie library across both Android and iOS devices. Now, any Disney, Pixar, or Marvel Universe movies you purchase on Google Play, as well as anything you’ve bought in the past, can automatically be added to a Disney account — where those movies can live alongside anything you previously purchased on iTunes or redeemed using the digital copy that accompanies many physical DVD and Blu-Ray purchases.

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Have a Spooky Halloween Night! Top Dreadful Horror Movies… Be Careful!

Here you will find a collection of the best Halloween horror movies that will make your night really creepy. Just press the button and watch…
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What I Love About Movies: Film magazine Little White Lies surveys 50 notable industry people, from the Coen Brothers to Philip Seymour Hoffman, on their motivations in this new book

What I Love About Movies


Since 2005, Little White Lies has been a unique creative read for film buffs seeking something besides hype. Dedicating each issue largely to a single film, the bi-monthly indie publication broadens the conversation beyond just reviews…

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