Into the Wild

IntroGTA

There comes a time in every freelance writer’s career when he wonders if there’s some way he can write off the new Grand Theft Auto as a business expense. Today is my day, for I have not only justified the purchase of this ultra-violent, ultra-fun game but also spent an entire afternoon screwing around on it while being able to technically call it work. You see, GTA’s map is so akin to LA that I wondered if it would be possible to do the same kind of film nerd sightseeing one might to in the real life city. The answer is yes, and now I will take you through my experience.

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Sacha Baron Cohen

What is Movie News After Dark? It’s a nightly movie news column that would like to lend apologies to those who despise brevity. Tonight’s just not a quantity kind of night. It is, however, a quality kind of night. Quentin Tarantino is now officially on a casting binge for Django Unchained, reportedly signing up Sacha Baron Cohen to play a gambler who buys Kerry Washington as his companion, thus angering the titular slave played by Jamie Foxx. I love it when he plays the villain.

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Every week, Landon Palmer and Cole Abaius log on to their favorite chat client of 1996 as CriterionCollector85 and JP2themax in order to discuss some topical topic of interest. This week, they puzzle over how to define a Best Supporting Role. What does that support mean? Or look like? Does it matter how long someone is on screen or how big a catalyst they are? Since the Oscars don’t seem to know…what the hell is a supporting role anyway?

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It was the best of times and the drug-induced times in American modern history. Stick out your thumb and dig deep into the madness.

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HowToFallOffTheGrid

So you want to leave your old life behind and start a new one, eh? Here are a few tips from films that can get you started on your foolish adventure into changing your identity and never being found again.

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This week my Blu-ray queue is jam-packed with movies, some good and others, not so much. In fact, the “not so much” crowd seems to be dominating this week’s line-up with a series of comedy favorites and their lackluster special features.

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DVDs I Bought This Week!

Brian Gibson loves to buy DVDs. Come with him on his weekly journey into the depths of credit card debt as he tells you what to buy, rent and avoid.

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The DGA has been giving out awards since 1949 and have a great track record for predicting who will win Best Director come Oscar season.

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