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Fargo season 4 to star Chris Rock

Celebrated comedian and co-star of Grown Ups 2 is due to star in the next season of Fargo, the critically-acclaimed FX crime drama/dark comedy/genre-bender. The anthology series by Noah Hawley (Legion) is loosely based on the...

 
 
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Review: Christopher Robin

Winnie-the-Pooh is a character that I was afraid to admit I liked. I'm not ashamed to say that I love to watch Disney movies, but Winnie-the-Pooh always had an air with it that it was for babies. It seemed too childish for me for a long tim...

 
 
 
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Review: Rock Rubber 45s

“Entrepreneur” only begins to describe the life and career of Robert “Bobbito” Garcia. At 50 years old, he’s experienced stints at jobs that people strive for most of their working lives. His life and work ex...

 
 
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ALF is (kinda) back! In TV Form

TV is starting to freak me out a little with the sheer number of shows being made these days. This year alone, 520 original idea shows will be broadcast on all sorts of channels, services, and apps, making it hard to watch even 1% of what's...

 
 
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Fantasia 2018 Review: Five Fingers for Marseilles

Five self-appointed protectors watch over the railroad town of Marseilles. They ride through rolling parries, the rock faces of mountains filling the background. The iconography of the American western is alive and well through the South Af...

 
 
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Our first look at Terminator 6 reveals three bad ass women

Terminator 6 is coming with some hope for it not sucking given to the fact that Tim Miller, director of Deadpool, is helming the film and James Cameron is intimately involved. With the movie releasing next holiday season and shoot...

 
 
 
 
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Sandlot prequel in development with original creator

It looks like The Sandlot might be getting an actual, released in theaters prequel. Deadline is reporting that the original's writer/director, David Mickey Evans is co-writing a script with Austin Reynolds. While the plot hasn't been o...

 
 
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Evil Dead: Virtual Nightmare had better be good, damn it

Evil Dead (2013) is one of my favorite movies. Like, seriously, top-three material. The visuals are gruesome and stunning, the performances are strong and unhinged, and it does exactly what a remake should do by honoring the original w...

 
 
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Fantasia 2018 Review: Tigers Are Not Afraid

A mythic force is spiriting people away in a rundown Mexican town, leaving droves of abandoned children to cluster together and wander the streets themselves. This force is responsible for the disappearance of 10-year-old Estrella's (Paola ...

 
 
 
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Fantasia 2018 Review: Tokyo Vampire Hotel

Tokyo Vampire Hotel has a scene in which a legless Geisha vampire who feeds people to the hotel through her vagina laughs maniacally as a fountain of blood streams from an open wound into her mouth and heavy metal music pulses and pounds in...

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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MoviePass ran out of money last night, causing outage

Another week, another story on the slow, inevitable car crash that is MoviePass. Any moviegoer who was looking to use their MoviePass last Thursday night were frustrated to find that "technical issues" were preventing them from ut...

 
 
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Review: Teen Titans GO! to the Movies

What I'm about to say may seem hypocritical. About two months ago, I came to the defence of modern cartoons not just because of their maligned against animation, but also because they're for a different generation. I, a 23-year-ol...

 
 
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Review: Mission: Impossible - Fallout

Tom Cruise's Ethan Hunt is a paranoid, insane, and unruly daredevil. Ethan Hunt is also a guardian angel who will save everyone. These are the two ideas that the latest installment of the venerable Mission: Impossible action serie...

 
 
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We got 4 hot DC Animated movies coming in 2019

Animated DC movies, officially called DC Universe Animated Original Movies (that's dumb), are DC's hidden gems. Each direct-to-DVD release is less than 90 minutes, rakes in around $5 million in sales, and  retells classic DC comic...

 
 
 
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Life Itself brings heartwarming Fogelman feels to TIFF

Get ready to light some candles, grab a hot cup of cocoa, and curl up on a corner sofa with your loved ones, because Dan Fogelman is back to make you cry and muse about life in a deep way. Now that the Tangled and Cars 2 writer has milked...

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Fantasia 2018 Review: Rokuroku: The Promise of the Witch

Let's get this out of the way right now: If you're a little girl alone in a creepy hotel at night, whatever you do, don't enter room 666. Age shouldn't even matter. Just don't do it. Parents need to teach their children some common sense. I...

 
 
 
 
 




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Slender Man"He's just standing there... MENACINGLY"

 

BlacKkKlansman"Spike Lee's best"

 

The Meg"As dumb as you want it to be"

 

We The Animals"Sundance winner, this year's Moonlight"

 

Christopher Robin"Excuse me while I ugly cry"

 

Rock Rubber 45s"The king of the court"

 

Fantasia 2018 Tigers Are Not Afraid"A fairy tale with teeth"

 

Fantasia 2018 Tokyo Vampire Hotel"Kill Bill but with vampires"

 

Mission: Impossible - Fallout"Watching Tom Cruise in pain has never looked so beautiful"

 

Fantasia 2018 The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then The Bigfoot"It was never going to live up to that title"

 

Equalizer 2"One good original plus one bad sequel equals zero net gain"

 

Generation Wealth"The cost of everything"

 

Sorry to Bother You"What you think it will be, and somehow more"

 

Eighth Grade"Growing up is crazy dude."

 

Skyscraper" 摩天大楼"

 

Siberia"As bleak as the place for which it's named"

 

Woman Walks Ahead"A solid attempt at a feminist Western"

 

Ant-Man and the Wasp"Tiny explosions"

 

Under the Tree"How far would you go to not trim a tree?"

 
 
 
 
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