A Stern Reminder about the Race in Universal Pictures' Hop
- On March 23, 2012, Universal Pictures will release the Easter-themed film, Hop, on Blu-ray and DVD. Although some hail Hop as a family-friendly Easter classic, the messa...
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Doomsday Cinema, Part 2: Oscar-Nom The Turin Horse, Final Week in New York (VIDEO)
- If the end of the world (or your final film?) is when you say what you really mean, perhaps with The Turin Horse, Béla Tarr is giving the last laugh to the Gypsies of hi...
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Edgar Ramirez stars as the cunning, egotistical assassin known as Carlos the Jackal. The three-part biography traces his early days as an activist, beginning in 1970, when he was recruited to join the Popular Front for Liberation of Palestine and given the code name, Carlos -- a nod to his South American roots. From bombings in London to a raid on OPEC headquarters in Vienna and his subsequent travels, during which he was refused asylum by a number of countries and expelled from others, leading to his capture and trial, filmmaker Olivier Assayas paints a rich portrait of the terrorist and his very human weaknesses that caused tension among his Marxist comrades.