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Assassin’s Creed Is Awful!

Callum Lynch wakes up the morning after his execution to discover he’s the essential part of a plan to travel back in through – through an ancestor’s memories – to locate the Apple of Eden for the contemporary Templars. In doing so, he learns that that ancestor was an assassin, tasked with keeping the Apple out of the Templars’ hands at all costs.

Assassin’s Creed is a jumbled mess of a movie that ties to achieve a mystical conclusion via a quasi-scientific means – and fails spectacularly.

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Troubling Intelligence Trailer: Allied!

Brad Pitt plays Max Vatan and Marion Cotillard plays Marianne Beausejour in Allied from Paramount Pictures.
Brad Pitt plays Max Vatan and Marion Cotillard plays Marianne Beausejour in Allied from Paramount Pictures.

During WWII in France, Max Vatan, an intelligence officer, and Marianne Beausejour, a Resistance fighter, fall in love and marry. Back in London, their lives are threatened by unforeseen circumstances.

Allied stars Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard and is directed by Robert Zemeckis. Allied opens on November 23rd. Check out the trailer after the break.

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National Society of Film Critics Cite Goodbye To Language as Best of 2014!

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The National Society of Film Critics has named Jean-Luc Goddard’s 3-D  film Goodbye To Language as the best film of 2014. Boyhood and Birdman were runners up.

The Society also named their selections for Best Director (Richard Linklater, Boyhood), Best Non-Fiction Film (citizenfour), Best Screenplay (The Grand Budapest Hotel), Best Cinematography (Dick Pope, Mr. Turner), Best Actor (Timothy Spall, Mr. Turner), Best Actress (Marion Cotilliard, Two Days, One Night), Best Supporting Actor (J.K. Simmons, whiplash) and Best Supporting Actress (Patricia Arquette, Boyhood).

The National Society of Film Critics also lists runners up for all awards. For a complete list, follow the jump.

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Toronto Film Critics Name Boyhood Best Film!

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Boyhood picked up three awards from the Toronto Film Critics Association last night – Best Film, Best Director – Richard Linklater, and Best Supporting Actress – Patricia Arquette.

Tom Hardy took Best Actor honors for Locke; Marion Cotillar was named Best actress for her work in The Immigrant, and J.K. Simmons got Best Supporting Actor for Whiplash.

Follow the jump for the complete list of winners.

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