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Capone's Art-House Round-Up with David Gordon Green's JOE, DOM HEMINGWAY, and CHEAP THRILLS

Capone's Art-House Round-Up with David Gordon Green's JOE, DOM HEMINGWAY, and CHEAP THRILLS Read the full article on AICN Hey, folks. Capone in Chicago here, with a few films that are making their way into art houses or coming out in limited release around America this week (maybe even taking up one whole screen at a multiplex near you). Show More Summary

Don’t Write Off Nicolas Cage Just Yet — He’s Great in David Gordon Green’s ‘Joe’

There’s a new Nicolas Cage movie in theaters and on demand this week, and here’s what’s surprising: it is absolutely worth seeing. It’s called Joe, and it’s exactly the kind of modest, elegiac, naturalistic independent film that big-name actors tend to turn to when they’ve wandered too far off the reservation, which Cage has certainly done. Show More Summary

The Tragedy of Gary Poulter, Nic Cage's Homeless Co-Star

Last year, Gary Poulter, one of the stars of David Gordon Green's new movie Joe, died in a homeless encampment in Austin. For Joe, Green had mixed non-professional actors with stars like Nicolas Cage (as Joe, a hero in his rural community...Show More Summary

Film Review: Joe (Dir. David Gordon Green)

Joe Dir. David Gordon Green [Worldview Entertainment; 2014] by Neurotic Monkey Rating: There’s a race of men that don’t fit in, A race that can’t stay still; So they break the hearts of kith and kin, And they roam the world at will. –Robert Service The inescapable consequences of our past is a recurring theme in a lot of great works of art. Show More Summary

Nicolas Cage And David Gordon Green Unite For 'Joe'

NEW YORK (AP) — For the haunted, hard-living Texas ex-con of "Joe," David Gordon Green was looking for a modern-day Robert Mitchum, someone with an old-fashioned kind of rugged masculinity with an underlying innocence. He thought of Nicolas Cage. Green wrote Cage a letter, sending along the screenplay, not knowing if or when he'd hear back. Show More Summary

David Gordon Green Narrates a Scene From ‘Joe’

6 days agoArts : ArtsBeat

The director discusses a sequence from his film featuring Nicolas Cage and Tye Sheridan.

CS Video: Nicolas Cage on Joe, Westerns and How to Handle a Poisonous Snake

This Friday sees the limited release of director David Gordon Green's Joe, a big screen adaptation of Larry Brown's novel, which features Nicolas Cage as the title character: a Southern ex-con who makes a living leading a team of manual laborers. Show More Summary

Capone talks with JOE director David Gordon Green and star Tye Sheridan

Capone talks Nicholas Cage and the power of the beard with JOE director David Gordon Green and star Tye Sheridan Read the full article on AICN Hey everyone. Capone in Chicago here. I could talk to David Gordon Green about his films for hours. Show More Summary

Movie Review: Nicolas Cage reconnects with his serious side in David Gordon Green’s Joe

These days, the performances of Nicolas Cage can usually be divided into one of two categories. The actor is either outright bad, in that lazy Con Air kind of way, mumbling through his lines and defaulting to sullen action-star mode....Show More Summary

David Gordon Green & Tye Sheridan on the Creative Volatility of “Joe”

In January of 2001, Roger Ebert reviewed a debut film by a young director named David Gordon Green. The film was "George Washington", and Roger said, “This is such a lovely film. You give yourself to its voluptuous languor.” Over the...Show More Summary

Capone has the Winners' names for the Chicago screening of JOE w/ David Gordon Green & Tye Sheridan

Capone has the Winners' names for the early Chicago screening of JOE w/ David Gordon Green & Tye Sheridan Q&A Read the full article on AICN Hey everyone. Capone here, with the list of winners for tickets to see an advance Chicago screening...Show More Summary

Hide Your Smiling Faces

Daniel Patrick Carbone's stellar debut "Hide Your Smiling Faces" has drawn deserved comparisons to David Gordon Green's "George Washington" and Terrence Malick's "The Tree of Life" in its capturing of the formative moments in which boys transition to men. Show More Summary

Capone has seats for a screening of JOE with director David Gordon Green & actor Tye Sheridan Q&A

Live in Chicago? Capone has seats for an early screening of JOE, with director David Gordon Green and actor Tye Sheridan Q&A!!! Read the full article on AICN Hey everyone. Capone in Chicago here. In my estimation, filmmaker David Gordon Green is a national treasure. Show More Summary

George Washington

David Gordon Green’s dreamy feature debut renowned for its swath of Terrence Malick affectations feels even more warm and inviting fourteen years later. The consciously lazy narrative of a group of rural Texan kids, black and white,Show More Summary

DVD Review: Before going eastbound and down, DGG made the great George Washington

Over the last few years, director David Gordon Green has taken a lot of abuse from his critics. To some of us, writing scathing reviews of egregiously broad yukfests like Your Highness and The Sitter has felt like an act of tough-love...Show More Summary

SXSW 2014 Review: ‘Joe’ Is David Gordon Green and Company’s Return to Form

Editor’s note: Our review of Joe originally ran during last year’s TIFF, but we’re re-posting it for its SXSW premiere. Our long national nightmare is finally over – director David Gordon Green has returned to making the types of films that put the indie filmmaker on the map in the early aughts with his Joe. Show More Summary

Annette Kellerman From SXSW 2014: Nicolas Cage In David Gordon Green's JOE!!

The adaptation of Larry Brown's novel opens in April. Read the full article on AICN Fans of director David Gordon Green know that his style and projects vary tremendously.  Whether he is directing his buddies in madcap capers like PINEAPPLE...Show More Summary

Nicolas Cage Charms Snakes in First 'Joe' Clip

Tye Sheridan co-stars in director David Gordon Green's adaptation of the Larry Brown novel, centering on an ex-con's path to redemption. [...]

Uma Thurman Will Hunt Down Potheads In Action Comedy American Ultra

It’s been over five years since David Gordon Green’s Pineapple Express smoked out theaters, and it’s high time another decent stoner action comedy made its way in front of our squinty peepers. Luckily, Lionsgate’s American Ultra will...Show More Summary

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