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Armstrong gives us a glimpse at the man behind the legend

We all know that famed astronaut Neil Armstrong was the first man to set foot on the moon. We also know his famous words, "One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind." Now we'll get a better understanding of what the man behind the...

 
 
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Sonic The Hedgehog gets delayed for redesign

Sonic the Hedgehog director Jeff Fowler confirmed on Twitter that the film will be getting delayed from its November 8, 2019 release to give the animators more time to redesign the titular character. After fan outcry led to the director pl...

 
 
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Michael Pena joins the neverending Tom and Jerry feud

For nearly eight decades, an eternal struggle has existed between two immortal beings. One a mouse and the other a cat, the two were created with the intention of thwarting the other while causing a massive disrupt. We don't know what start...

 
 
 
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Review: A Dog's Journey

Four dead dogs.  Over the course of an hour and a half, there are four on screen dog deaths. One dies from injection, one gets in a car accident, one dies in its sleep, and the last just wanders off into the woods, fully aware that he'...

 
 
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The Decade Decathlon: 2010

Welcome back to the Decade Decathlon, where we're taking an extended look back at the past decade of filmmaking to see what worked, what didn't, and what stories we can learn from the past. As is usually the case with a new decade, a lot of...

 
 
 
 
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Chris Evans vehicle 'Infinite' set for release next summer

The Chris Evans starring past-lives drama Infinite is set for an August 7, 2020 release date. Directed by Antoine Fuqua (famous for Training Day), Infinite will be an adaptation of the novel The Reincarnationist Papers by novelist D. Eric M...

 
 
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Continuity, Endgame, and the future of the MCU

Since it's been well over a week since Avengers: Endgame came out, I think it's time for us to have a serious discussion and just what exactly the MCU's future is going to look like. Because of this, there will be major spoilers for th...

 
 
 
 
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Stallone shares some behind-the-scenes footage of Rambo V

While much of Rambo V: Last Blood is still shrouded in mystery, star Sylvester Stallone has recently shared some behind-the-scenes footage from the set of the film. It certainly shows Stallone doing some Rambo-like things, including shooti...

 
 
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F. Gary Gray set to adapt Saints Row franchise into a film

Deadline is reporting that director F. Gary Gray (Straight Outta Compton, Men In Black: International) is set to direct a film based on THQ Nordic's Saints Row franchise. Greg Russo (scripter writer for the upcoming Mortal Kombat reboot) wi...

 
 
 
 
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Chadwick Boseman connects the dots in 21 Bridges trailer

While the focus may be on a larger scale film that's been building for over a decade, Chadwick Boseman's non-Marvel film released its first trailer. 21 Bridges sees the actor trade his Vibranium suit for a blue oxford and his crown fo...

 
 
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Star Wars isn't special anymore

Last year around this time, I wrote an article where I said that Star Wars was becoming an oversaturated franchise thanks to Disney milking the franchise for all of the green milk that it's worth. I talked about how Disney was content with ...

 
 
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Dark Phoenix looks cliched as hell in its final trailer

Fox has unleashed the final trailer for Dark Phoenix and I'm not really sure what to say. Maybe the footage used for the trailer was cut to look cliche, but this is some really sloppy writing. How many stories are we going to get where "go...

 
 
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Space Jam 2 and LeBron's next stage

It’s been a rough season for LeBron James. His Lakers missed the playoffs by a wide margin (this will be the first time since the 2004-05 season that James won’t appear in the postseason), and now his Space Jam 2 movie...

 
 
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Disney CEO Bob Iger to retire by 2021

Disney CEO Bob Iger is expecting to retire by 2021. During Disney's investor day meeting yesterday, Iger stated that "I'm expecting my contract to expire at the end of 2021." While Iger has extended his contract twice already, there were pr...

 
 
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Disney to lay off on Star Wars films after Episode IX

Disney is set to take a break from producing Star Wars films after the release of Episode IX. According to recent comments from Bob Iger made to Bloomberg, Disney isn't concerned about overexposure for the brand, but, "will take a pause, so...

 
 
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Review: Mary Magdalene

There seems to be a common trend with a lot of biblical films. They have extreme reverence for their source material but tend to lack substance and depth. While there are obviously exceptions to that, I can't really name a lot of religious ...

 
 
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All Star Wars films will be on Disney+, even A New Hope

During Disney's "Investor Day," a sinister phrase that I suspect will be a national holiday in the near future, the company confirmed that all Star Wars films"will roll out within the first year" of the Disney+ streaming service. It will be...

 
 
 
 
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New Terminator: Dark Fate stills show a much older cast

Paramount Pictures has given fans a look at the cast in the upcoming Terminator: Dark Fate and, expectedly, everyone looks much older. It's been roughly 28 years since Terminator 2 hit theaters, so I'm not sure what I was thinking. I just c...

 
 
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Black Widow film nabs Stranger Things star David Harbour

The Hollywood Reporter has broken the news that David Harbour of Stranger Things fame will be joining the cast of Marvel's upcoming Black Widow film. Still officially unannounced, the movie will be the first solo project for Scarlett Johans...

 
 
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Review: Screwball

America’s national pastime was in a tight spot in the late nineties. Coming off a strike during the 1994-95 season, attendance and viewership were low and Major League Baseball was concerned. Then, like a couple of caped avengers swoo...

 
 
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SXSW Review: The Gift: The Journey of Johnny Cash

Johnny Cash’s impact on music is undeniable. With his stern voice and lyrics reflecting blue-collar life, Cash found a way to blend folk into country, country into pop, and pop into rock. The man felt as comfortable singing in&nb...

 
 
 
 
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Cannes 2019 will not host any Netflix films

Netflix may be an extremely popular service for watching films, but the old guard of critics and film institutions haven't taken to it. With the company making a push into producing exclusive films, a lot of walls are starting to be erected...

 
 
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SXSW Review: Mr. Jimmy

At some point in our lives, we’ve aspired to be our heroes. I can’t tell you how many times while playing backyard baseball I’d turn my hat backward and take a long, swooping swing a la Ken Griffey Jr. But no matter how ma...

 
 
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Review: Triple Threat

There's an unspoken rule in cinema that team-up films are typically bad. While Marvel seems to have bucked that trend, other studios still struggle with giving all of their leading stars proper screen time. You'll have a bunch of A-list act...

 
 
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SXSW Review: Booksmart

There’s something to be said for working hard to achieve goals. It’s what makes successful people successful, according to the barrage of "How To" articles that circulate on a regular basis. Tunnel vision and depriving oneself o...

 
 
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Tolkien's second trailer still looks quite formulaic

Last month, we got our first look at the upcoming J.R.R. Tolkien biopic titled Tolkien. Covering the formative years of the renowned author's life, I felt the teaser came off a bit formulaic and full of Hollywood cliches. This longer trail...

 
 
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Two more Kingsman films are on their way!

Usually, directors like to round out their trilogy before moving on to other projects in that same universe, but word is the next Kingsman movie has begun shooting and it's a prequel! Yes, earlier reports were correct and the next...

 
 
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Review: Penguin Highway

Youth being wiser than their age might be a well-worn trope of cinema, but it's effective for one simple reason: we all wish we had our current knowledge when we were young. The ability to make deductive choices, carefully weigh the outcome...

 
 
 




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The Perfection"A blood and vomit duet"

 

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 6 Episode 3 - "Fear and Loathing..."A weird space comedy you didn't know you wanted"

 

Aladdin"Touch nothing but the lamp!"

 

Brightburn"What if Superman was evil, but also boring?"

 

Made in Abyss: Wandering Twilight"May your journey overflow with curses and blessings"

 

Avengement"Bone-breaking Brits"

 

Aniara"How grim it is, one's detonation."

 

All is True"To die, to sleep - no more"

 

A Dog's Journey"Old Yeller eat your heart out"

 

Perfect"More plastic than meat"

 

Saint Bernard"This guy's got some problems with wood"

 

Pokemon Detective Pikachu"The ending was not very effective"

 

The Hustle"A remake for those who have not seen the original"

 

Redcon-1"Doomsday but longer and worse"

 

Tribeca Georgetown"That's nearly a bingo"

 

Tribeca Crown Vic"I am... the LAW"

 

Tribeca After Parkland"A not so fitting memorial"

 

Shadow"Wuxia romance by way of Shakespeare and Machiavelli"

 

Uglydolls"You ain't got no alibi"

 

Long Shot"You'll probably tape over your laptop camera from here on out"

 

Tribeca Bliss"Paint it red, red, and more red"

 
 
 
 
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