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Zimbio Review - 'The Fifth Estate' Goes Heavy on Style, Low on Substance

By Joe Robberson on
Benedict Cumberbatch and Daniel Brühl in The Fifth Estate. (Paramount) Long story short: Cumberbatch works as Assange, a man maddeningly difficult to predict, but the WikiLeaks story proves too big for the film. Skip it.The Fifth Estate will remind you of: Sherlock (TV), State of Play, The Bourne Identity, The Social Network,  Lost amongst the flashy style of The Fifth Estate is any semblance of a coherent narrative. Director Bill Condon's film is ambitious, attempting to convey the origin...Read Full Story

Watch a Trailer for 'Rush' Set to Paula Abdul's 'Rush, Rush'

By JJ Duncan on
(From Universal)It was only a matter of time before someone mashed up Paula Abdul's romantical 1991 single "Rush, Rush" with Ron Howard's racecar drama Rush. The result finds Chris Hemsworth and Daniel Bruhl looking forlornly at each other near racecars, tires, trophies and other racing paraphernalia, telling the story (with their eyes) of a love that cannot be. It works surprisingly well! H/t to Dino-Ray Ramos of The Finer Dandy for putting this together.Read Full Story

Zimbio Review - Truly Fast & Furious, 'Rush' Puts Other Racing Movies to Shame

By Joe Robberson on
(L-R) Chris Hemsworth and Daniel Brühl in Rush. (Universal)Long story short: Rush features dazzling stunt work but it's the human story behind the drivers that makes it worth seeing.Rush will remind you of: Senna, Days of Thunder, Rocky, L.A. Confidential, Midnight RunReview: Ron Howard's penchant for straightforward narrative and beautiful action sequences lends itself perfectly to his latest film, Rush. It's the combustible tale of the great rivalry between Formula One racers James Hunt and...Read Full Story

Benedict Cumberbatch Is Julian Assange in 'The Fifth Estate'

By Lani Conway on
In the new trailer for Bill Condon's The Fifth Estate, we're forced to make up our minds about the 21st century's most infamous whistleblower Julian Assange — visionary, journalist, or traitor? The film, based on the book WikiLeaks: Inside Julian Assange's War on Secrecy by Guardian journalists David Leigh and Luke Harding, focuses on the relationship between Daniel Bomscheit-Berg (Daniel Bruhl) and Assange (played by a very convincing Benedict Cumberbatch) during the early days of Wikileaks...Read Full Story

Get the Scoop on the Real-Life Inspiration for 'Rush' in This New Featurette

By Darrick Thomas on
Video: 'Rush' behind-the-scenes exclusive movie clip Chris Hemsworth's taking a break from the hammer-wielding and world-saving to get behind the wheel of a Formula One death trap in Ron Howard's Rush. The film follows the real-life 1970s rivalry between Brit James Hunt (Hemsworth) and Austria's Niki Lauda, played by Daniel Bruhl who you may recognize as the sniper from Inglorious Basterds. In this new featurette, the cast and director discuss the true story behind this adrenaline-fueled tale...Read Full Story
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