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Post by Admin on Tue Feb 21, 2012 9:12 pm

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Michael Fassbender’s Shame Gets a Date with Blu-Ray!
February 21st, 2012 at 4:25 pm by Sheri

There is no reason for this post other than we needed some Michael Fassbender up in here. Am I right?

Actually, I wanted to announce that Steve McQueen's Shame, starring Fassy in the best performance by an actor of the year, certainly, in recent memory, probably, has gotten a blu-ray release date. Shame will hit the streets on April 17. Mark your calendars. If you haven't seen it, if it missed your town in its theatrical run, you'll be able to find out what the fuss is about (and scratch your head in bewilderment that Fassbender was overlooked by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences- More on that later).

While the reception to co-writer/director Steve McQueen's Shame has been somewhat mixed, even as Fassbender and even Carey Mulligan have been lauded, it is a fascinating character study and in its unique way, lets the audience form their own conclusions about the brother and sister at its core. The audience gets to bear witness to a lot of intimate and destructive behavior but you're not told exactly what led them down the paths that they're on. The fact that the film doesn't spell things out or spoon feed the viewer in any way is perhaps what I like best about it.

Okay, enough seriousness. (I'll have to go through all of this again in April when it's released anyway.) Who wants pics?!
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