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Re: How many films (PD) can you name that have the word "LITTLE" in the title?
« Reply #1 on: September 15, 2018, 01:52:29 PM »
Little Women


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Re: How many films (PD) can you name that have the word "LITTLE" in the title?
« Reply #2 on: September 15, 2018, 03:44:02 PM »
Little Dorrit.
Little Lord Fauntleroy.


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Re: How many films (PD) can you name that have the word "LITTLE" in the title?
« Reply #3 on: September 15, 2018, 07:38:59 PM »
Little Men

Little Red Riding Hood  (that was a film, wasn't it?)


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Re: How many films (PD) can you name that have the word "LITTLE" in the title?
« Reply #4 on: September 16, 2018, 06:58:50 AM »
Little Orphan Annie?


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Re: How many films (PD) can you name that have the word "LITTLE" in the title?
« Reply #5 on: September 16, 2018, 10:50:19 AM »
Ten Little Indians  AKA  "And Then There Were None" - A. Christy


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  • post 'A terrible shame': Jude Law defends Woody Allen film after Amazon shelve it - 20 November
  • Actor defends A Rainy Day in New York, shot in 2017 but postponed after cast members denounced the directorJude Law has defended A Rainy Day in New York, the film he made with Woody Allen in 2017 and which has been indefinitely shelved after a number of its stars publicly disassociated themselves from Allen over sex assault allegations made by the director?s daughter, Dylan Farrow.A Rainy Day in New York was shot in September and October 2017, with a cast including Timothée Chalamet, Selena Gomez and Rebecca Hall. However, shortly after its completion a string of actors, including Chalamet and Hall, announced they regretted having worked on the film, and made donations to charity. Continue reading...
  • post can Tiffany Haddish break out of Hollywood?s humdrum comedy cycle? - 19 November
  • She?s found success since Girls Trip but, based on her new film Nobody?s Fool, Haddish risks being pigeonholed as the same outlandish character in every film Tiffany Haddish has come a long way since her breakthrough in Girls Trip last year, but also not far at all. With Malcolm D Lee?s film, everyone was like: ?Yay! Tiffany Haddish!? She was a breath of fresh air. She was outrageous, hilarious and lovable. And she yanked it out of the mire of middling comedies into box-office success. Related: Sign up to our Film Today email Continue reading...
  • post Willem Dafoe: 'With success come certain things that corrupt you' - 19 November
  • The 63-year-old actor talks about playing Vincent van Gogh in Oscar-tipped biopic At Eternity?s Gate and how he?s juggled art and commerce in his careerYou can?t confuse Willem Dafoe with another actor. That red hair, those fierce eyes, the gaunt cheekbones that make him look hungry for the next intense role ? whether it?s as Jesus, the Green Goblin or a motel manager in The Florida Project, the part that just scored him his third Oscar nomination. Even in a fine art museum, his face is still unique.?I think maybe there?s some figures in a Bruegel painting or something that I thought, ?Oh, that?s an ancestor of mine,?? Dafoe says. But in his new biopic, At Eternity?s Gate ? the film that might get him his fourth Oscar nomination ? artist-turned-director Julian Schnabel sticks a paintbrush in Dafoe?s hand and plasters a bandage over his ear and, suddenly, he?s the spitting image of Vincent Van Gogh. Continue reading...
  • post Welcome to the jungle: experiencing the Amazon in psychedelic virtual reality - 18 November
  • VR artist Lynette Wallworth returns with a film that brings the transcendental experience of Brazil?s Yawanawá people to life in vivid colourI am deep in the Amazonian jungle, somewhere near the Gregório River. My vision is affected by a hallucinogenic tea called Ayahuasca, referred to by the locals as Uni. A huge and majestic old tree towers in front of me. A patch of bright psychedelic colour appears in my vision and moves with my gaze, as if projected from another plane of existence. Before I have properly come to terms with this striking tableau, my position changes. I realise I am now inside the tree.This is a scene from Awavena, the new virtual reality film from acclaimed artist Lynette Wallworth. My actual location is Carriageworks, Sydney, where this impressive work had its Australian premiere on Friday as part of Create NSW?s annual 360 Vision virtual reality and augmented reality event. Awavena is showing there until 9 December. Continue reading...
  • post Streaming: a century of Robin Hood on film - 19 November
  • A new Hollywood Robin Hood is about to join a century of swashbucklers, from silent Douglas Fairbanks to sturdy Russell Crowe?Another one?? spoke a small, clear voice a few rows behind me at the cinema, as the trailer for the new, pumped-up, down-with-the-kidz Robin Hood got noisily under way. Yes, less than a decade since Hollywood?s last, unsuccessful attempt to make the man in fawn tights a blockbusting superhero, they?ve returned to that well, continuing a long, patchy big-screen history for the socialist-minded adventurer. I haven?t yet seen how young, perky Taron Egerton fares with the bow and arrow, but in the event that the finished film, out next week, doesn?t improve on its ropy trailer, the good news is that numerous alternative tellings of the story are readily available in the streaming universe.Netflix, unsurprisingly, comes through with a couple of the most recent. Critically written off after opening Cannes in 2010, Ridley Scott?s Robin Hood is more respectable than its reputation, benefiting from Russell Crowe?s scuffed, sturdy presence in the lead and the general khaki handsomeness of Scott?s aesthetic. Still, the dourness of the entire enterprise is heavily felt. Continue reading...
  • post Fisherman?s Friends: behind feelgood film of Cornwall?s folk stars lies a tragedy - 18 November
  • Uplifting movie tells how the Cornish singing group hit the big time ? but not of the terrible blow that came afterEarly in the new year, Fisherman?s Friends, the uplifting true story of the part-time Cornish sea shanty group that hit the big time, is coming to cinema screens amid hopes it may connect with audiences just as powerfully as other British feelgood hits such as The Full Monty and Calendar Girls.Behind the wit, warmth and energy promised in the film, which stars Daniel Mays, James Purefoy and Tuppence Middleton, lie the stark facts of a tragedy that threatened to rob the real band of Cornish singers of their good spirits for ever. Continue reading...
  • post Butch Cassidy and Princess Bride scriptwriter William Goldman dies aged 87 - 16 November
  • Key member of 1970s New Hollywood generation won two Oscars for his screenplaysWilliam Goldman ? a life in picturesThe Oscar-winning screenwriter and novelist William Goldman, best known for Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid and The Princess Bride, has died aged 87. Deadline reported that he died in his sleep at his home in New York, and his daughter Jenny confirmed his death was the result of colon cancer and pneumonia.Goldman was key figure of the 1970s New Hollywood generation who revolutionised the American film industry with a string of major films to his credit, but will probably be memorialised for a short aphorism that opened his 1983 memoir Adventures in the Screen Trade: ?Nobody knows anything.? Continue reading...
  • post 'Case about fighting a bully, not money,' says Rebel Wilson ? video - 15 November
  • The actor speaks to the media in Canberra after the high court refused special leave for her to appeal against the withdrawal of almost 90% of her record $4.7m defamation payout against Bauer Media. 'I saw it out to the bitter end,' she said. 'I'm so proud of myself for seeing it through ... It's a definite end.' Continue reading...
  • post Lily James and Armie Hammer to star in Rebecca movie remake - 15 November
  • A new adaptation of the Daphne du Maurier novel will be directed by High Rise?s Ben WheatleyA new film version of Rebecca, based on Daphne du Maurier?s Gothic novel, is in the works, with Lily James and Armie Hammer confirmed in the lead roles.A 1940 adaptation of Rebecca, about a newly married woman oppressed by the memory of her husband?s first wife, was Alfred Hitchcock?s first Hollywood film, and won the best picture Oscar in 1940. Continue reading...
  • post Bradley Cooper wanted Jack White to star alongside Lady Gaga in A Star Is Born - 14 November
  • A profile of Gaga in Variety has identified the ex-White Stripes frontman as Cooper?s first choice in his directorial debut, before studio vetoed Jack White, the former frontman of rock duo the White Stripes, was set to play the lead role in A Star Is Born, according to reports. In a new profile of Lady Gaga in Variety, White is identified as the mystery musician director Bradley Cooper fancied for the part, before stepping in himself, apparently following pressure from the studio.After Clint Eastwood passed on the project at the start of this decade (having eyed Cooper and Beyoncé for the leads), Cooper took it on as his directorial debut in 2014 and began looking for likely contenders to play grizzled country star Jackson Maine. Continue reading...

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