Boogie Nights

The sleight-of-hand master who appeared in films such as "Boogie Nights" and "Magnolia" died on Saturday in Los Angeles.
Reynolds is best known for films such as "Boogie Nights," "Smokey And The Bandit" and "Deliverance."
He may be cinema’s biggest loser, but William H. Macy never fails to win our hearts. After watching the video, it may be
3. "Repo Man," directed by Alex Cox (1984) "Manson just fucked everything up for all these folks," Anderson said. "Used to
If you like drug movies and avoided this cheese-tastic James Woods-Sean Young movie from the 80s -- well, I don't blame you. When it came out, it looked terrible. And what's more, it is sort of terrible.
For me, the collaboration is sort of akin to working with a lyricist. There's no lyrics in the score, so you're basically working with the scenes as lyric and trying to find a way to emotionally support what's going on with that.
In my lifetime I've experienced the untimely death of many great performing artists. But I don't think I can remember one that has personally hit me so hard as Phil Hoffman's death.
I would often mention Hoffman’s performance of Sandy Lyle as almost a contrarian viewpoint to his better roles in “Boogie
I first noticed Philip Seymour Hoffman's work in a serious way at Sundance in 1998, when he showed up in significant roles in two different films: Next Stop Wonderland and Montana.
Lenny Savage, "The Savages" (2007) (Photo: Collider) Remember your favorite Hoffman performances in the comments section
I've been paying attention to your press tour, this may be a weird question, but is this the movie you're most proud of? Absolutely
It's nice to hear that about him, as opposed to "I didn't like the 'Star Wars' prequels." He does do a lot for filmmakers
Andrew Bujalski's Computer Chess, currently playing at Manhattan's Film Forum, is an odd case. Even a movie like the classic
The latest movie poster series from Alamo Drafthouse Cinema tips its hat to the original wunderkind of American film -- Paul
Jon Favreau has mentioned that "Iron Man 2" was a challenge, trying to cram all the Avengers storyline in, too. "Iron Man
New Year's Eve is a time of resolutions, sweeping romantic gestures and ... sometimes fatal kisses? At least that's what
The Master, while also ponderous, complex, intriguing and likely to win Oscars, stands out as a profound, artistic saga brought to seething life by performances so startling they stayed with me for days afterwards.