In the wacky world of horse films, ‘Secretariat’ runs (relatively) close to the truth
Compared with “Pride of the Blue Grass,” the missteps in “Secretariat” are minuscule.
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Small films like ‘Freakonomics’ may find their audiences online, not in theaters
KC-reared filmmakers Chad Troutwine and Rafi Chaudry realize that in the 21st century, the classic model for experiencing cinematic art isn’t particularly friendly toward independent films, so they unveiled their new film “Freakonomics” on iTunes and cable TV on Demand several weeks before it appeared in theaters.
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Priyadarshan should stop making comedies: Ajay Devgn
By Ruchika Kher, Mumbai, Oct 9 : Versatile Priyadarshan should move away from comedies and focus on other genres, says Ajay Devgn of his ‘Aakrosh’ director who, he feels, is one of the few filmmakers equally adept at handling issue-based serious dramas and fun films.
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Thai-ASEAN News Network
Hollywood blockbuster ‘The Hangover’ is set to kick off part of it’s sequel in Bangkok this month. After more than a year of rumors over the internet and denial by filmmakers, it seems that ‘The Hangover 2’ will indeed be partially set in Bangkok this October.
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