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    TV Review: NBC’s ‘Perfect Harmony’ Falls Flat

    This feels familiar. NBC’s “Perfect Harmony” seems like a mashup between “Pitch Perfect” and “Schitt’s Creek,” only slightly less funny. Bradley Whitford stars as “Arthur Cochran” a former Princeton music professor who is dealing with the death of his wife when he stumbles across some out of tune music coming from a church. Once inside, […] More

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    Telluride Review: ‘Destroyer’ Delivers an Outstanding Nicole Kidman Performance

    2018 TELLURIDE FILM FESTIVAL: In Karyn Kusama‘s “Destroyer,” Nicole Kidman stars as a declining police detective who reconnects with the people who were involved in an undercover assignment that derailed her life. Set in a neo-noir Los Angeles, Kidman plays Erin Bell, a sleuth who is challenged by the demons in her past. When those demons […] More

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    CHECK OUT: Nicole Kidman Has a New Look in Karyn Kusama’s ‘Destroyer’

    Annapurna Pictures has unveiled the official first look at Nicole Kidman in the upcoming film, “Destroyer” (pictured above). From the studio: Destroyer follows the moral and existential odyssey of LAPD detective Erin Bell who, as a young cop, was placed undercover with a gang in the California desert with tragic results. When the leader of […] More

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    Film Review: ‘The Darkest Minds’ Were Definitely Not the Most Creative

    We can only assume that Hollywood was in a desperate search for the next great YA adaptation that would bring them that hefty “Hunger Games” money.  That’s the only explanation on why the underdeveloped adaptation of “The Darkest Minds” is as lazy as it is presented.  While we can applaud 20th Century Fox for putting […] More

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    2018 Awards Profile: Karyn Kusama’s ‘Destroyer’

    Welcome to the 2018 Awards Profile series, where we talk about films coming to a theater near you at some point this year (at least at this time of writing). We will analyze the potential for these films to be players for the Academy Awards, and while many of these have the potential to be […] More

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    Film Review: ‘The Post’ Hits America’s Sweet Spot with Hanks and Streep’s Brilliance

    In an era where the political climate is tumultuous and the leadership of the presidency has been blurred by corruption and hatred, Steven Spielberg‘s “The Post” feels as important as ever. It truly cements itself as one of the most timely films to hit the theater in years. Helmed by the immaculate talents of Academy Award winners Tom Hanks and Meryl […] More

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    OSCARS: First SAG Predictions and Tapping into the Acting Branch and TV Voting Bloc

    As we move into mid-October, the awards season is beginning to take shape, in the sense that we are getting our first reactions to some of the year’s most anticipated films.  This week, the New York Film Festival will wrap up with Woody Allen’s “Wonder Wheel” from Amazon Studios.  Aside from Allen in an Original […] More

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    Steven Spielberg’s Pentagon Papers Film Project Renamed ‘The Post’

    Fox and Amblin have changed the title of their Watergate-era drama “The Papers” to “The Post,” according to Variety. The film, based on the Washington Post’s release of the classified Pentagon Papers in 1971, is helmed by director Steven Spielberg (“Lincoln”), with Tom Hanks (“Sully”) and Meryl Streep (“The Iron Lady”) starring. Hanks will portray […] More

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    Lynette Howell Taylor Launches 51 Entertainment, Brie Larson’s ‘Unicorn Store’ to be Inaugural Film

    Indie producer Lynette Howell Taylor (“The Place Beyond the Pines”) has just announced the launch of her new production company, 51 Entertainment, in an exclusive with Deadline. The company will reportedly focus on attaining equality for all in the film industry. 51 Entertainment will celebrate their launch with Brie Larson’s (“Room”) directorial debut, “Unicorn Store.” […] More