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13 Movies Like The Wolf Of Wall Street That Are Definitely Worth Watching

"The Wolf of Wall Street" is one of the best films of the 21st century. Martin Scorsese has never lost his touch, but his biographical dark comedy quickly ranked among his finest work. Scorsese is no stranger to long runtimes, but crafting a three-hour black comedy that's consistently engaging is an amazing achievement.Scorsese set the all-time record for the most swearing in a film, and the movie's excessive sex, drugs, and general debauchery courted controversy throughout its release. Some Aca...
Tags: New York, London, Movies, Matthew Mcconaughey, Wall Street, New York City, America, Fbi, Afghanistan, David, Croc, Bud, Oliver Stone, Leonardo Dicaprio, Steven Soderbergh, Josh Brolin


The Last Duel Review: A Gripping & Brutal Historical Drama

Ridley Scott, the master behind films such as Alien, Blade Runner, and The Martian, has two new movies in 2021. Before we see the scandalous real-life story of House of Gucci, Scott has another story to tell based on true events. The Last Duel is a historical drama that follows the last legally sanctioned duel in France’s history as Marguerite de Carrouges (Jodie Comer) claims to have been raped by Jacques Le Gris (Adam Driver). Her husband, Jean de Carrouges (Matt Damon), challenges Le Gris to ...
Tags: Movies, Drama, France, Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, Action, Movie Reviews, Ridley Scott, Adam Driver, Scott, Damon, Marguerite, Jean, Affleck, ComingSoon, Movie News


The Last Duel Could've Featured A Matt Damon/Ben Affleck Kiss, But Ridley Scott Cut It

You've heard of Batfleck and Bennifer, but what about Mattfleck? Ben Affleck and Matt Damon are set to reunite onscreen this Friday in Ridley Scott's "The Last Duel," and in another life, it seems we could have seen their characters kissing.Affleck and Damon go back a long way, having first met and studied drama together back in high school. Though they appeared in other films together pre-1997, they had their big breakout that year in "Good Will Hunting," which they starred in and co-wrote and ...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, News, Boston, Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, Ridley Scott, Adam Driver, Entertainment Weekly, Nicole Holofcener, Kevin Smith, Loki, Damon, Affleck, Bennifer, Matt Damon Ben Affleck


The 14 Greatest Heist Movies Of The 21st Century

As the past two decades have proved, the heist movie genre is as broad as they come. Real crimes can inspire fascinating biographical films, while current events allow filmmakers to explore relevant issues through perspectives of various criminals. Other heist films don't aim for plausibility at all, and many cross over with other genres, such as comedy, action, or science fiction.Just look at how popular franchises have incorporated heists into existing mythologies. "The Fast and the Furious" f...
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Why The Entire Third Act Of The Last Duel Was Written By Nicole Holofcener

Ridley Scott's "The Last Duel" has a script with a very distinct three-act structure. That script, written by Nicole Holofcener, Ben Affleck, and Matt Damon, follows in the footsteps of "Rashomon," telling a story from three different perspectives -- knight Jean de Carrouges (Damon), his wife Marguerite (Jodie Comer), and de Carrouges' one time friend turned enemy Jacques Le Gris (Adam Driver). This approach allows the film to present alternate versions of certain moments, creating a richer stor...
Tags: Movies, News, France, Boston, Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, Ridley Scott, Nicole Holofcener, Don, Ben, Nicole, Damon, Marguerite, Affleck, Jodie, Holofcener


Why The Last Duel Is Matt Damon And Ben Affleck's First Script Together Since Good Will Hunting

"Good Will Hunting" helped launch Matt Damon and Ben Affleck into stardom, and won them a Best Original Screenplay Oscar in the process. But despite that success, the two haven't written a screenplay together in 25 years. That finally changed with "The Last Duel," the new Ridley Scott film Damon and Affleck wrote with Nicole Holofcener. Based on a true story, "The Last Duel" is set in France in the 1300s. Damon plays Jean de Carrouges, a knight who enters into a duel with his one-time friend Jac...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, France, Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, Leonardo Dicaprio, Brad Pitt, Ridley Scott, Nicole Holofcener, Damon, Reiner, Affleck, Rob Reiner, Good Will Hunting, Nicole -LSB- Holofcener, Jean de Carrouges


Sherpa Auto Transport: Reviews, Services & Prices (2021)

Affiliate disclosure: Automoblog and its partners may be compensated when you purchase the products below. Sherpa Auto Transport Review In Our Opinion: Sherpa Auto Transport locks in shipping rates with its Price Lock Promise. Combine that with high-quality customer service, and this company is hard to beat. Reputation: Prices: Services: Customer Service: Pros A free car wash Locked-in pricing Excellent communication Real-time shipping updates ...
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Who Is the Best Actor in Martin Scorsese’s The Departed?

Martin Scorsese’s Academy Award-winning crime drama The Departed turns 15 this week, people. Looking back on the flick, I’m still amazed at its ability to entertain, dazzle, thrill, and shock audiences. Honestly, check out this terrific “first-time reaction” from a couple on YouTube if you need a reminder of just how bonkers the 2006 film really is: Personally, I love The Departed. It has all of Scorsese’s usual flourishes, a fantastic, whip-smaht script by William Monahan, and plenty of intr...
Tags: Movies, Jack Nicholson, Drama, Matt Damon, Tim Burton, Action, Mark Wahlberg, Leonardo Dicaprio, Scorsese, Batman, Alec Baldwin, Billy, Martin Scorsese, Sheen, Don, Nicholson


Watch The First Five Minutes Of Ridley Scott's The Last Duel

Want to see five minutes of the actual last duel in Ridley Scott's "The Last Duel," a movie that stars Adam Driver, Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, and Jodie Comer? If so, you're in luck! 20th Century Studios has released an extended clip, showcasing the first five minutes of the film.The clip has Driver and a barely recognizable Damon facing off against each other in appropriate Medieval jousting fashion (the film is based on a true story from 1386) in what is presumably the last duel the movie's titl...
Tags: Movies, News, France, Ridley Scott, Damon, Marguerite, Jean, Affleck, Jacques, Harriet Walter, Matt Damon Ben Affleck, Jodie Comer, Comer, Eric Jager, Jean de Carrouges, Jacques Le Gris


The Tender Bar First Look: The George Clooney-Directed Ben Affleck Movie Heads To Theaters And Amazon This Winter

George Clooney's directing career has been all over the map. He came out of the gate hot with "Confessions of a Dangerous Mind" in 2002, but by the time you get to last year's underwhelming "The Midnight Sky," you'd be hard-pressed to find someone who thinks he's a vital and exciting storyteller behind the camera. But perhaps that's about to change.Clooney's next movie is "The Tender Bar," an adaptation of J.R. Moehringer's coming-of-age memoir. William Monahan ("The Departed") wrote the screenp...
Tags: Amazon, New York, Movies, News, Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, Los Angeles, George Clooney, Ridley Scott, Rabe, Clooney, Damon, Charlie, Affleck, Christopher Lloyd, William Monahan


14 Remakes That Are Better Than The Original

In this day and age, it's amazingly easy to be a cynic. It could be argued that remakes are lazy cash-ins, that they're a sign of the lack of original ideas left in cinema, or that they exist only to appease that sizable portion of the cinema-going audience that needs to see films in their native tongue, without subtitles. That's true in a great many cases (I'm looking at you, "Jacob's Ladder," "Quarantine," and "The Fog"), and yet there are times when a remake is a golden opportunity to do some...
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The Last Duel Review: Prestige Period Filmmaking, Stunning Swordfights, And Piercing Performances [Venice 2021]

Prestige period filmmaking rarely sizzles like "The Last Duel." Ridley Scott, master of high-budget history, is mercifully in "Gladiator" form rather than "Kingdom of Heaven" with his latest medieval movie. All is as it should be here: stunning swordfights, dazzling duels, nimble narrativization, and psychologically piercing performances from the trio of leads.The film's accomplishments teeter precariously on the edge of sensitive gender politics given the subject matter. Jodie Comer's Marguerit...
Tags: Reviews, Movies, France, Boston, Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, Ferrari, Ford, Akira Kurosawa, Venice, Ridley Scott, Adam Driver, Nicole Holofcener, Scott, Stillwater, Damon


Every Cameron Crowe Movie Ranked From Worst To Best

Cameron Crowe makes earnest movies. It's his biggest strength and his biggest weakness. Crowe works best when his obsessions align -- when there's the right music, when the romance overwhelms, and when his characters are thoroughly sketched. His films allow for moments of great sentimentality; when Crowe pulls it off, he makes you wonder how he stripped you of your vulnerabilities with a heartfelt speech or the perfect needle drop. When he doesn't, it creates an effect similar to that of watchin...
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The Morning Watch: How Tony Leung Acts With His Eyes, Creating Chasing Amy's Comic-Con Opening & More

(The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fan-made productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.)In this edition, watch a video essay explain how "Shang-Chi" co-star Tony Leung has delivered such masterful performances over the years by acting with his eyes. Plus, take a journey back to 1997 as Kevin Smith breaks down ...
Tags: Hong Kong, Movies, News, Matt Damon, Ocean, Smith, Paul Bettany, Amy, Kevin Smith, Ryan, Damon, Leung, Hooper, SlashFilm, Tony Leung, Shang Chi


Kitbag Will Reunite Jodie Comer With Ridley Scott After The Last Duel

Jodie Comer will be the Josephine to Joaquin Phoenix's Napoleon in Ridley Scott's historical drama "Kitbag." Comer worked with Scott on the upcoming "The Last Duel," and earlier this year word surfaced that Scott was considering casting Comer for his Napoleon movie as well. Now, it's official – Comer has signed on to the film, which will begin shooting near the end of the year if all goes according to plan. Of course, it's probably worth noting that in real life, Josephine was six years older th...
Tags: Movies, News, Matt Damon, Ridley Scott, Adam Driver, Joaquin Phoenix, Napoleon, Phoenix, Scott, Joaquin, Damon, Josephine, Marguerite, Ridley, Kitbag, SlashFilm


Movies Like Interstellar That Are Definitely Worth Watching

"Interstellar" is the closest thing to a classic science fiction movie that Christopher Nolan' has made so far, blending hard sci-fi tropes with an earnest exploration of humanity's drive to survive. For science fiction fans, it's instantly familiar stuff. Nolan's storytelling doesn't always land as powerfully as the movie's visual effects, but "Interstellar" still works as a thoughtful, understated love-letter to the stories that built the science fiction genre.Stripped to its basics, "Interste...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Interstellar, Movies, Matthew Mcconaughey, Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, Michael Bay, Disney, Nasa, Earth, Moon, Clarke, Arthur C Clarke, Stanley Kubrick, Danny Boyle, Steven Soderbergh


Upcoming Ben Affleck Movies To Keep On Your Radar

(Welcome to On Your Radar, a series where we take a look at what's next for the biggest actors and filmmakers, and why you should be excited...or not.)Superhero fans are familiar with Ben Affleck for taking on one of the darkest and most violent comic book characters known for having a tragic backstory, a pretty awesome suit, and kick-ass superhuman abilities ... but we all know how "Daredevil" turned out. In all seriousness, folks, Affleck has completely reinvented himself from his earliest rol...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Jack Nicholson, Patricia Highsmith, France, Massachusetts, Nazis, Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, Superman, Disney, Los Angeles, Earth, Congo, Roman Polanski, George Clooney


The 12 Best War Movies On Netflix Right Now

While war films are commonly thought of as grand, sweeping epics, the genre is far from uniform. War films can be about conflicts that are both historical or fictitious, and can incorporate elements of science fiction, fantasy, horror, action, and even comedy. Some films focus on soldiers in the heat of conflict, but there are many types of wartime heroes: spies, civilians, outside observers, and historical figures.Many great war films are praised for their realism, as they spotlight combatants'...
Tags: Europe, Movies, Mississippi, Jamie Dornan, Iraq, Department Of Defense, Afghanistan, David, Netflix, Paul Greengrass, Poland, Rajiv Chandrasekaran, West Africa, Argentina, Russell Crowe, Idris Elba


‘Interstellar’ Ending Explained: Join Us in the Space Library as We Ask “Does It Hold Up?”

The very first image we see in Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar is a bookshelf with a toy space shuttle on it. There are dust motes in the air, like you might see in the light of an old movie projector, only these aren’t from simple house dust. They’re from a dust storm. Interstellar made its original theatrical run back in late 2014 when lead actor Matthew McConaughey was enjoying a career resurgence, colloquially known as the “McConaissance.” By now, it’s one of those movie titles that could ...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Interstellar, Hollywood, Movies, Matthew Mcconaughey, Matt Damon, Time, Nasa, Earth, Features, Anne Hathaway, Dylan Thomas, Steven Soderbergh, Michael Caine, Batman, Nolan


Matt Damon denies using homophobic slur ‘in personal life’

Actor issues statement to Variety amid outrage over interview in which he says he recently ‘retired the f-slur’Matt Damon has reportedly denied using a well-known homophobic slur “in his personal life”, after being widely criticized for revealing in a recent interview that he “retired” the term after his daughter told him it was unacceptable.The Oscar-winning actor had told the Sunday Times that the word “was commonly used when I was a kid, with a different application”. He said his daughter had...
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Matt Damon reveals he only recently stopped using homophobic slur

Outrage after actor reveals he retired word only after his daughter told him that it was unacceptableMatt Damon has been heavily criticized after revealing that he has only recently stopped using a well-known homophobic slur, after being told by his daughter that it was unacceptable.The Oscar-winning actor made the admission in a Sunday Times interview to promote his new movie Stillwater, claiming the term: “was commonly used when I was a kid, with a different application.” Continue reading...
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Matt Damon admits he just stopped using the 'F-slur for a homosexual'

“She went to her room and wrote a very long, beautiful treatise on how that word is dangerous,” Damon explained.
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Matt Damon says he stopped saying the 'f-slur' after his daughter wrote a treatise explaining why it's 'dangerous'

Damon says his daughter protested after he made a joke using the slur.
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Matt Damon Reveals Why He Cried at the ‘Stillwater’ Premiere

Matt Damon’s tears made headline news earlier this month when the actor was overcome with emotion at the Cannes premiere of his new drama “Stillwater.” Damon tells me that his reaction “really snuck up on” him, and attributed his response to “the feeling of being in a movie theater again and how much I missed […]
Tags: News, Matt Damon, Cannes, Stillwater, Damon, Just For Variety


Damon drama 'Stillwater' derails in the third act

The movie, which takes troubling inspiration from real-life events, can't decide what it wants to be        [Author: Columbus Alive]
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Shania Russell’s Favorite Movies of All Time

Hiya, /Film readers, it’s ya girl, Shania. No wait, that’s a lie, I’m actually very new here and not ya girl at all. But guess what? That’s what this article is all about! This is my first official hurrah, where I’ve been asked to introduce myself via my 15 favorite movies. Which is very exciting, if mildly distressing. In fact, I’m starting to think this is a form of hazing… but I’ve decided to just go along with it. All sorts of trivial worries were plaguing me as I wrote this list: what if I...
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‘Stillwater’ Review: Emotions Run Deep in the Surprising Matt Damon Blue-Collar Crime Drama

Stillwater has the kind of ripped-from-the-headlines premise that is sure to immediately get eyes rolling: an American student is convicted of the murder of her roommate in a foreign country, and her father will have to take the law into his own hands to try to liberate her. It sounds like Amanda Knox meets blue-collar Taken, and it’s surely the kind of sordid, sentimental thriller that is barely worth a second thought. And yet. Stillwater surprises, with emotions that run deeper and a subdued ...
Tags: Reviews, Movies, Matt Damon, Features, Abigail Breslin, Bill, Oklahoma, Marseilles, Mccarthy, Maya, Trump, Noe Debre, Amanda Knox, Stillwater, Damon, Tom McCarthy


How Matt Damon Keeps Complicating Our Ideas About Matt Damon

“You only have to look a bit closer at Damon’s career, at the notion of Matt Damon, Movie Star we have in our heads, to see that nice might be an ingenious sleight-of-hand, an illusion of sorts. Because that darkness is there.” – The New York Times Magazine
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Matt Damon is 'so happy' for Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez

“He deserves every happiness in the world,” Damon said of his best friend.
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‘The Last Duel’: Matt Damon and Ben Affleck Wrote the “Male Perspectives,” While Nicole Holofcener Tackled Female POV

Prolific director Ridley Scott is no stranger to movies with a heavy focus on women. With classics such as Alien and Thelma & Louise under his belt, many would put Scott’s cinematic portrayal of women rather high up on the list relative to other male directors. But what separates directors from the truly great ones is that the latter know precisely where their limits are and, ideally, aren’t opposed to getting help from authentic perspectives. This is precisely what makes a recent revelation co...
Tags: Movies, News, France, Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, Ridley Scott, Adam Driver, Nicole Holofcener, Scott, Damon, Pierre, Affleck, Rashomon, Thelma Louise, Holofcener, Carrouges