Ridley Scott

All The Money in the World

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Christopher Plummer deserves a Special Oscar for Best Last Minute Fill-in Performance for replacing Kevin Spacey as John Paul Getty, the world’s richest man in the ’70s, in All the Money in the World. more

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The statistics were against thegreen-lighting of T helma & Louise, much less its chances of becoming a hit.As recalled by Becky Aikman in her book Off the Cliff: How the Making of Thelma& Louise Drove Hollywood to the Edge , i.. more

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Alien: Covenant (Rated: R) Ridley Scott’s pacesetting Alien (1979) had Sigourney Weaver and a monster the likes of which had never been seen. His sequel to the Prometheus prequel, Alien: Covenant,Film Clips more

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Matt Damon stars in the science fiction thriller The Martian. more

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Whatmakes a cult movie a cult movie? On our most recent conversation for WUWM’s“Lake Effect,” Dan Harmon and I never got around to defining terms precisely.Our topic was our five favorite cult films from the 1980s, and we spent most ofour 1.. more

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In Ridley Scott’s Exodus: Gods and Kings, Christian Bale appears as Moses in this Ridley Scott. more

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Scarlett Johansson plays a stiletto-heeled extraterrestrial sexual predator, luring young men into an erotic dance of death. British director Jonathan Glazer (Birth) produced a visually astonishing film, acutely aware of light and sound (as... more

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Bad actions have terrible consequences when a lavish-living lawyer (Michael Fassbender) falls into the orbit of the drug traffickers he represents. Written by Cormac McCarthy (No Country for Old Men) and directed by Ridley Scott, The Counse... more

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Perhaps the hand of executive producer Ridley Scott (Blade Runner) is discernable in the future-is-now backdrop for this British crime drama. Many cool visual moments—London in glass and steel and a man chasing motorbikes on foot—dress up a... more

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 RidleyScott, who directed two of the most important science-fiction films sinceStanley Kubrick’s Space Odyssey , Alien and Blade Runner , had a hand in SF longbefore he became a director. Jad Smith’s biography of the writer John Brun.. more

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Not unlike Star Wars two years earlier, Alien (1979) brought something new to science fiction film... more

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Ulysses S. Grant and Robert E. Lee have entered American mythology as a pair of chivalrous opponents in the most horrific conflict in the nation's history, the Civil War. The 150th anniversary of the war's start in 1861 has prompted a rash of do.. more

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As director Ridley Scott mentions in his commentary for the new Blu-ray release of Thelma & Louise: “I wanted to do a people-driven story.” Scott had already made a mark with two of the most significant science-fiction films of the 1980s, Blade.. more

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One of the most ridiculous developments in politics is the rise of pretty faces spouting right-wing nonsense and getting far more attention more

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Applause comes easy to Usher. Wednesday night he earned most of his cheers through his demanding footwork, but ovations followed him pretty much no matter what he did. Banter with the crowd? That’s a cheer. Hump the mic stand? Even more

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The Milwaukee Admirals kick off their busy weekend tonight with a 7 p.m. game against the Texas Stars, ahead of tomorrow night’s home game against the Manitoba Moose. Tonight’s game also hosts a teddy bear toss: Fans are encouraged to bring... more

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In fact, this veteran of more than 50 films and numerous stage productions vehemently deni The Answer Man, ,A&E Feature more

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Call me old school, but Uhura has no business kissing Mr. Spock and Spock has no business Enterprise ,Film more

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Drug kingpin Frank Lucas is no one to mess with. Denzel Washington's depiction in American Gangster reveals a man whose fierce pride is frozen into an implacable smirk. Impervious to the heroin habit on which his fortune is based, Lucas is soul o.. more

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Between thesaber-rattling “liberalism” of Thomas Friedman, the What We Say Goes ,Books more

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