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THE HEYDAY OF THE INSENSITIVE BASTARDS is NOW available on digital and on demand. Don’t miss the screen adaption of Robert Boswell’s collection of stories starring James Franco, Kate Mara, Natalie Portman, Rico Rodriguez, Abigail Spencer, Amber Tamblyn, Thomas Mann and Kristen Wiig . Discuss this with fellow SJF fans on Facebook . On Twitter, follow us at @SandwichJohnFilms Please Leave A Comment-


Cinedigm presents THE HEYDAY OF THE INSENSITIVE BASTARDS starring James Franco (This is the End), Kate Mara (The Martian), Natalie Portman (Jackie), Rico Rodriguez (Modern Family), Abigail Spencer (Mad Men), Amber Tamblyn (Django Unchained), Thomas Mann (Kong: Skull Island) and Kristen Wiig (Ghostbusters). Based on short stories from Robert Boswell’s critically acclaimed book of the same name, THE HEYDAY OF THE INSENSITIVE BASTARDS explores the difference between fantasy and reality, memory and history, and the joy and agony of the human condition, through seven tales. The result is an ambitious series of vignettes ranging from comical to bittersweet to poignant. Produced by Elysium Bandini Studios in conjunction with UCLA’s School of Theater, Film and Television, this project was directed by students Mark Columbus, Lauren Hoekstra, Sarah Kruchowski, Ryan Moody, Simon Savelyev, Vanita Shastry, Shadae Lamar Smith, Jeremy David White and Jonathan King. Elysium Bandini St

THE FORGER Trailer Starring John Travolta

Philip Martin’s thriller THE FORGER starring J ohn Travolta, Christopher Plummer, Tye Sheridan and Abigail Spencer, Marcus Thomas and Jennifer Ehle . Released from prison so that he can spend time with his dying son ( Tye Sheridan ), an expert art forger ( John Travolta ) is coerced into participating in a major museum heist. Watch the trailer after the Jump... THE FORGER hits DirecTV March 26th and it hits theaters and On Demand, April 24. Please Leave A Comment-

Kelly Reilly Joins True Detective Season 2

The cast for the second season of True Detective is several steps closer to completion. Colin Farrell and Vince Vaughn are confirmed (and Taylor Kitsch said recently that his deal is done), and now the show has added yet more names, with Kelly Reilly, Michael Irby, Abigail Spencer and Leven Rambin all reportedly signing on. Set in California locales, and once more written by Nic Pizzolatto, the new season sees Farrell as Velcoro, a compromised detective whose allegiances are torn between his masters in a corrupt police department and the mobster who owns him. Vaughn will play Frank Semyon, a career criminal in danger of losing his empire when his move into legitimate enterprise is upended by the murder of a business partner. Rachel McAdams is reported to be close to a deal to play police detective Ani Bezzerides. Irby is playing Elvis Ilinca, McAdams’ police partner, but the other new arrivals’ roles are shrouded in secrecy for now. Justin Lin is set to direct the first two

This is Where I Leave You Review: Ensemble Talent Wasted on Neutered Plot

This is Where I Leave You wants desperately to be the next Big Chill. Here's why it's not even close. For Director Shawn Levy, life must feel pretty good. A master of producing some of the dullest comedy films in recent memory, Levy churns these out like a cow produces milk, collecting his paycheck and moving on the next low-hanging fruit. His newest submission This is Where I Leave You is more of the same, a dull, formulaic mess that never utilizes its considerable talents above a resting heartbeat. When news reaches the Attman children that their father has passed away, the four adult siblings return to their childhood home to deal with the repercussions. Daughter Wendy (Tina Fey) is in an unsatifying marriage, while brother Phillip (Adam Driver) lives a fast life full of excuses but little success. Meanwhile, elder-brother Judd (Jason Bateman) learns that his wife is having an affair with his boss, while Brother Paul (Stahl) seems to be the only responsible one