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Review: Acrimony

I hate to say it, but the trailer and poster for Acrimony tricked me into thinking it might be better than it is. Congratulations, Tyler Perry marketing team. I’m going to attempt to untangle what exactly the point of Acrimony ...

 
 
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Review: Ghost Stories

I was so hyped for this. The trailer looked fantastic, and I'm a sucker for anthology horror. Even if the quality of the shorts was uneven, I enjoyed the original V/H/S's use of a frame story. This movie’s frame story sounded even b...

 
 
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Review: Best F(r)iends (Volume 1)

This is a hard movie to review. It isn’t ‘good’, but I loved it. If you’re a fan of The Room, it retains that film’s oddball charm without it feeling forced. It barely makes sense and its slow pacing makes me w...

 
 
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Rogue One writer teases work on new The Last Starfighter

Gary Whitta, screenwriter for Rogue One, shared on Twitter that he and Jonathan Betuel have a project in the works. Since Jonathan Betuel wrote the original The Last Starfighter, and the new concept art by Rogue One's Matt Al...

 
 
 
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Review: You Were Never Really Here

This movie, on paper, sounded a bit like a 90’s action movie. A politician’s daughter gets kidnapped, and it’s up to ex-soldier-turned-hitman Joe to get her back at any cost. Fortunately Lynne Ramsey took this standard s...

 
 
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Review: Sherlock Gnomes

I’ve never watched Gnomeo and Juliet, the first entry in the British Garden Gnome Public Domain Property Parody Adventure series, but apparently they opted not to end the first film with mutual suicide. If you’re looking for a...

 
 
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Netflix drops The Titan trailer

Netflix released a trailer for its upcoming film The Titan, in which Sam Worthington is transformed by SCIENCE into a blueish white alien thing capable of surviving on Titan, as the Earth is apparently dying. From the trailer, it seems the...

 
 
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Review: Ramen Heads

When I sat down to watch Ramen Heads, based on the trailer and synopsis, I was anticipating a documentary on a famous ramen chef and his technique and philosophy akin to Jiro Dreams of Sushi. What I got was...half that. It mostly focus...

 
 
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Review: Love, Simon

Love, Simon is the story of Simon Spier, a closeted high school student who isn't sure of how or when to come out, when another student at his school posts anonymously about being gay on his school's Tumblr. He responds with his own anonymo...

 
 
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Nicolas Cage finally plays Superman after 20+ years

Probably not istanbul escort quite what Cage was hoping for, but he'll soon provide the Man of Steel's voice in the forthcoming Teen Titans Go! To the Movies animated film. Around 1996-1997, Cage escort istanbul was cast in titular role for...

 
 
 
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Review: Ravenous

Hoo boy was I hoping for something better out of this. I'll start by saying it has some gorgeous shots throughout, and the performances are largely ok. They don't make up for the general dragginess the movie has, nor it's lack believable ch...

 
 
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Fox to reduce per-hour commercial time

Fox Networks Group announced today that, by 2020, they plan to cut their per-hour commercial time to 2 minutes per hour. According to Nielsen data, they currently average 13 minutes per hour on their broadcast networks and 16 on their cable...

 
 
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Gemma Chan joins Captain Marvel as Minn-Erva

Captain Marvel has added Gemma Chan to its cast, as the Kree geneticist Minn-Erva. In her comic incarnation, Minn-Erva comes to earth looking for Captain Mar-Vell in hopes of obtaining his modified Kree genes, in hopes of furthering the Kre...

 
 
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Review: The Ritual

The Ritual is a horror film that manages to graze a long list of standard horror tropes and still turn out a well made film that’s familiar-ish, but more effective than anything I’ve seen in a while. Netflix has plenty of horr...

 
 
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Amazon to adapt Ian M. Banks' Consider Phlebas for TV

Amazon Studios will be partnering with Brad Pitt’s Plan B Entertainment and writer Dennis Kelly to adapt Consider Phlebas, the first novel in Ian M. Banks’ The Culture series. Consider Phlebas is a space opera focused on the w...

 
 
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Amazon backs Marie Curie biopic Radioactive

Amazon has partnered with Studiocanal to cofinance and distribute the film Radioactive, a biopic about the lives and romance of scientists Marie and Pierre Curie. The film is based on the 2010 graphic novel Radioactive: Marie & Pierre C...

 
 
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Oz Perkins to adapt A Head Full of Ghosts

Oz Perkins has been tapped to rewrite and direct an adaptation of Paul Tremblay’s novel A Head Full of Ghosts. The novel tells the story of a woman recounting her childhood experience of her family treating her older sister’s ...

 
 
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The Lion King remake gets new Beyonce track

Disney’s upcoming live action The Lion King remake is freshening up its soundtrack. It’ll drop all but four of the original songs, and Elton John, Tim Rice, and Beyonce are working together to write an undisclosed number of ne...

 
 
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Detective Pikachu finds another co-star with Rita Ora

Actress, singer, and TV host Rita Ora will be joining Ryan Reynolds, Justice Smith, Bill Nighy, Suki Waterhouse, and Ken Watanabe in Legendary Entertainment’s 2019 Pokemon film, Detective Pikachu. I have to say the cast for this ...

 
 
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Stranger Things 3 sheds episode like pollywog skin

Stranger Things season 3 will run 8 episodes, down one from season 2 but the same as season 1.   No reason was announced, but since season 2 felt like it meandered a bit more than season 1, it may just indicate tighter storytell...

 
 
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David S. Goyer bails on directing Masters of the Universe

While he’ll still remain on as a screenwriter and executive producer, David S. Goyer has followed McG in exiting directorial duties for the upcoming He-Man film, Masters of the Universe. Surprisingly, the announcement hasn’t c...

 
 
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First I Feel Pretty trailer drops hard

STX Films released a full trailer for Amy Schumer’s new film, I Feel Pretty, in which Amy Schumer overcomes her insecurities about her appearance through self reflection and character building head trauma. The premise feels like it...

 
 
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Universal's Extinction resurrected at Netflix

Universal’s sci-fi horror thriller Extinction was supposed to hit theaters on January 26th of this year, but was inexplicably dropped from their release schedule 2 months before it was set to debut. Today Netflix announced they had ac...

 
 
 


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