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  • Rome Film Review: 'Last Summer'

    The Japanese mother of a 6-year-old British brat is allowed four days with him on her ex's family yacht before losing visiting rights forever in Leonardo Guerra Seragnoli's stylish but over-calculated debut, "Last Summer." Enigmatically withholding vital info -- why was she considered an unfit mother? -- makes identification difficult, which begins as a deliberate ploy but backfires partly due to the airlessness of it all, not to mention the boy's entitled obnoxiousness and the crew's one-note hostility. Co-scripted with Italo comic artist Igort, in collaboration with the international bestselling Japanese novelist Banana Yoshimoto, the pic will spark interest thanks to the latter's contribution, though beyond fests, "Last Summer" will struggle to produce heat.
  • Social Media Buzz: Chatter Puts 'Gone Girl' Ahead of 'Annabelle' at Box Office

    Does digital data offer indicators that can be used to monitor marketing effectiveness and predict box office success even before awareness turns into intent? We analyzed this weekend's new movies across Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and Google (the...

    WATCH: New Trailer for Ben Affleck's 'Gone Girl'

    20th Century Fox has released a stark new trailer for David Fincher's mystery thriller "Gone Girl," starring Ben Affleck. The trailer starts with a voiceover from his wife (Rosamund Pike) saying, "This man of mine may truly kill me." The trailer makes...

    Scottish writers lead the way in producing popular crime fiction

    Scottish writers lead the way in producing popular crime fiction
    As proudly reported in Scottish Life magazine, a British think tank called the New Economics Foundation recently determined that the Scots are the happiest people in Britain, boasting some of the most impressive "wellbeing" scores anywhere. Exactly why...

    'Dead Man Down' review: As well-constructed as its title

    'Dead Man Down' review: As well-constructed as its title
    * (out of four) Following "Stoker" and last year's "Bernie," "Dead Man Down" marks the second time in two weeks and the third time in 10 months that a movie has featured a dead body in a freezer. Criminals need new storage ideas. Perhaps they'd enjoy a...