NEW YORK, NY - MARCH 28: Actor/filmmaker Fisher Stevens attends 'The Place Beyond The Pines' New York Premiere After Party at The Bowery Hotel on March 28, 2013 in New York City.
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Al Pacino talks 'survivors' for 'Stand Up Guys'
Stevens and Al Pacino on the set of "Stand Up Guys" which comes out on Blu-Ray/DVD and VOD on May 7. (Credit: Lionsgate films) Al Pacino knows a little bit about surviving. That is one reason why the actor, who burst into film immortality with 1972's The Godfather, from Louisville Courier-Journal Read more »
Harrison Boyce Presents: The Bridge.
structures is honored in this short by filmmaker Harrison Boyce, narrated by Academy Award-winning actor and director Fisher Stevens. Today potentially overlooked as an object of mere utility overshadowed by the imposing skyline of Manhattan, here the Brooklyn from The Come Up Read more »
'Stand Up Guys' Review: Grumpy Old Men Meets The Bucket List
you thought all mob films were the same, you're wrong. Fisher Stevens' Stand Up Guys is that of a different breed. Part crime drama, part buddy comedy, Stand Up Guys explores the life of Val (Al Pacino), a former gangster who's just been released for serving from Fanbolt Read more »
Stand Up Guys
something about that’s both brilliant and poignant. The film, directed by Fisher Stevens and written by Noah Haidle, is the story of a group of men who reunite for a final night of depravity. At the start of the movie, Val (Al Pacino,) is released from prison, from Pate Magazine Read more »
Enjoyable, but falls short; "Stand Up Guys" doesn't quite get there
best to just get out of the way and allow the magic to happen. However, in “Stand Up Guys” there’s a sense that director Fisher Stevens was overreaching for something too complex and putting too many fingerprints on a canvas better left to the brush of the from UNO Gateway Read more »