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In a civil society, there are few professions more reprehensible than that of hitman, cleaner, assassin, a job that, by definition, requires the death of another human being to exist at all. In real life, you wouldn't want to meet a hitman, let alone get to know one, but Hollywood hitmen are often far more interesting, engaging, relatable and...handsome, like Brad Pitt in his new movie, Killing Them Softly. Of course, it wouldn't be fair to dismiss Pitt's second go-round — the first being John Smith in Mr. & Mrs. Smith — as a contender for the movie hitmen hall of fame based solely on his looks, so we'll reserve judgment until Killing Them Softly debuts on Friday. In the meantime, help us determine what sort of competition Pitt's Jackie Cogan is up against by ranking the best movie hitmen of all time.
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Weeknights after the movies Posted 11.26.12 by BrentJS
The ReelzChannel 100 began when we asked Leonard Maltin for his favorite Hidden Gems of the decade. His list led the web team into a general discussion about the best movies of the decade and — after no small amount of debate, arguing, and (we're not proud to say) some petty name-calling — we decided we'd better bring it to an end with a company-wide vote. Then it was just a matter of tallying up the votes and hoping for the best. Lucky for us, ReelzChannel is filled with a staff ranging from movie lovers to movie fanatics. What turned out isn't what you'll find on a critic's best of list — instead it's what movie fans really enjoyed.
In day nine of the ReelzChannel 100, we highlight 10 Overlooked Movies from the Decade. Posted 12.31.09 by reelz
It may be months off yet, but Sundance is already getting its ducks in order--starting with the opening night movie.
This year's Sundance Film Festival will kick off the festivities with In Bruges, a comedy by Tony-nominated irish playwright Martin McDonagh, starring Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson as flubbing hitmen and Ralph Fiennes as their boss. In Bruges is McDonagh's feature film directing debut.
The 2008 Sundance Film Festival will take place in Park City, Utah, from January 17 to 27.
Source: Yahoo. Posted 11.24.07 by reelz