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EXPECTATION VS. REALITY: “HAMILTON” ON DISNEY+

This article is part of a new Untitled Magazine series called “Expectation vs. Reality,” where we examine the hype surrounding popular projects before and after release, and examine whether they ultimately meet the general public’s expectations. The first part, “Expectation,” was written prior to release, while the second part below, “Reality,” was written after release.…

HOW THE CORONAVIRUS COULD CHANGE THE MOVIE INDUSTRY FOR GOOD

With movie theaters closing worldwide in order to curb the spread of coronavirus, studios have had little choice but to delay or cancel the theatrical releases of their most highly anticipated films. Pop culture junkies can be grateful that COVID-19 came along just late enough to enjoy awards season, but the reality of this distressing…

WHY WE SHOULDN’T BE SHOCKED ABOUT PARASITE’S BIG WIN

  Parasite made history at the 2020 Oscars by not only receiving the first (and second, third and fourth) award for a South Korean film, but also for becoming the first film in a non-English language to take home the coveted Best Picture. Leading up to Hollywood’s biggest night of the year, everyone loved Parasite.…

10 BEST FEMALE DIRECTED MOVIES ON NETFLIX

Looking through the Netflix movie list can be overwhelming, so we did it for you. Check out some of our favorite movies directed by women, and available to stream now, below. For a list of our favorite movies with a strong female lead, click here. Wine Country (2019) Marking Amy Poehler's directorial debut, Wine Country…

CAPITOL COUTURE’S ‘HUNGER GAMES’ CAPSULE COLLECTION

NET-A-PORTER celebrates the hotly anticipated release of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire with an exclusive capsule collection inspired by the movie. Created by the film’s multi award-winning costume designer Trish Summerville, CAPITOL COUTURE features laser-cut leather, streamlined silhouettes and dramatic eveningwear. Click HERE to shop the collection.

PHILOMENA – BASED ON A TRUE STORY

Few sentences inspire less confidence than “based on real events.” The second these four words crawl across a title card it becomes clear that the film has something to defend. In Philomena’s case it’s a shield for craftless, naked, emotional manipulation. Philomena is the herald of Oscar season, when the pretense of heart and wit…

BRIAN PERCIVAL RECRUITS OSCAR DREAM TEAM FOR ‘THE BOOK THIEF’

"Words are life." Filming a novel whose sole purpose is to defy the death of books and liberate actual reading, The Book Thief is a rarity in the neverending book-to-movie influx. Armed with a whole off and onscreen team of Oscar-winners, calculated cinematography, Schindler's List composer and costume designer and a genuinely wholehearted cast, Downton Abbey director…

COCO PEREZ COVERS VANESSA HUDGEN’S FEATURE IN THE UNTITLED MAGAZINE

Perez Hilton talks about The Untitled Magazine's Vanessa Hudgen's cover shoot on Coco Perez: "Untitled is great way to describe this HAWTNESS…we're almost SPEECHLESS! Vanessa Hudgens smolders on the cover of Untitled's Cinema issue and there were any shreds of innocence left on her, they have surely evaporated by now! Inside, the Spring Breaker shows…

REALISATRICES – FEMALE DIRECTORS TAKE THE STAGE

A MERE 9% OF FILM DIRECTORS ARE WOMEN. Award winning director Jane Campion (The Piano, Bright Star) says that we’re all being shortchanged by not seeing more from the female point of view. When women do direct, they tend to present richer, more multi-faceted female heroines. In part, no doubt, this is because they project…

THE INTOUCHABLES – OPENING MAY 25

  The Intouchables is the French film directed by Olivier Nakache and Éric Toledano that has taken France by storm.  Not only did the film achieve the second highest box office gross of all time in France, but it was voted as the cultural event of 2011 by 52% of the population in a poll by Fnac, Le Parisien, and…

DARK SHADOWS – OPENING MAY 11

Dark Shadows is Tim Burton's adaptation of the late 60s/early 70s gothic soap opera of the same title.  The original Dark Shadows is a melodrama that defined camp film style and has since developed a huge cult following.  The show blended soap opera theatrics with supernatural elements, low production value, and bad special effects.  Dark Shadows…

THE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL

Dame Judi Dench, Tom Wilkinson, and Bill Nighy in The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, directed by John Madden, follows a hodgepodge group of British retirees, including Bill Nighy, Dame Maggie Smith, Dame Judi Dench, and Tom Wilkinson, who feel displaced and undervalued at home, and decide to shake up their…

COUNTERFEIT CONSPIRACY – DIRECTED BY INDIRA CESARINE

COUNTERFEIT CONSPIRACY Counterfeit Conspiracy (14:07) directed by Indira Cesarine, is a 15-minute documentary exposé focusing on the controversy surrounding the sale of counterfeit luxury goods and the "links" to funding terrorism. Shot at the notorious street market Canal Street, the documentary shows original footage of the underground sales of counterfeit products, and questions why so…

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