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    Karen Gillan and Aaron Paul to Star in Riley Stearns’ Sci-Fi Thriller ‘Dual’

    Karen Gillan and Aaron Paul are in talks to star in the upcoming sci-fi thriller, “Dual.” Riley Stearns, who helmed last year’s “The Art of Self-Defense,” is writing and directing. According to The Hollywood Reporter, “Dual” follows a woman (Gillan) who is terminally ill and finds a way to ease the impending loss for her friends […] More

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    Top 10: Jesse Eisenberg Films

    For years, Jesse Eisenberg has been a consistent cinematic presence. Whether in comedy or drama, Eisenberg has delivered the goods, offering up a very specific sort of performance. The Academy has seen fit to cite him once, making him an Oscar nominee. He’s also managed to star in a blockbuster or two. For an actor […] More

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    New Blu-Ray/DVD Releases (06/25/19) – Tim Burton’s ‘Dumbo’ and Jesse Eisenberg

    This week, the latest Disney remake joins forces with a rapid fire Jesse Eisenberg performance to highlight the Blu-Ray/DVD crop. Yes, “Dumbo” flaps his ears and tries to grab some attention today, as part of a rather small slate of options. Read on for more. PICK OF THE WEEK “The Hummingbird Project” The aforementioned Jesse […] More

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    Cannes Film Review: ‘Café Society’ Proves Another Hit for Woody Allen and Kristen Stewart

    Legendary filmmaker Woody Allen is often cited, both positively and negatively, for cribbing liberally from his own back catalogue. With his latest outing Café Society, which just debuted at the Cannes Film Festival, he’s instead opted to utilize the feel of his prior works, with fantastic results. Not only is this just a supremely entertaining […] More

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    2016 Awards Profile: ‘Café Society’ from Woody Allen

    Welcome to the 2016 Awards Profiles series, where we talk about high and low-profile films coming to a theater near you at some point this year. 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 recognized, many will not […] More

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    Film Review: Louder Than Bombs (★★★)

    The best way to describe Joachim Trier’s familial drama Louder Than Bombs – a contender at last year’s Cannes Film Festival – is to deem it organized clutter. There are essentially three character threads of significance bound together by the profound effect one individual has on each. A man and his two sons (perhaps a […] More

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    Woody Allen’s ‘Café Society’ to Open 2016 Cannes Film Festival

    Woody Allen’s latest, “Café Society,” will open the 69th Festival International du Film de Cannes on May 11, it was announced today. The move marks the third time one of Allen’s films has opened the famous French film fest, a festival record. It is also Allen’s fourteenth film to show at Cannes in the Out […] More

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    Digital Circuit: Kate McKinnon and Kumail Nanjiani take on “Carol” and “Room” for the Indie Spirits

    Welcome to Digital Circuit! A new roundup of the funniest TV and film related viral videos to hit the internet this week.  Every Friday, we’ll collect some of the most interesting and talk-worthy videos for you to find, all in one place. Let’s check out some of the highlights: For hosting the 2016 Independent Spirit Awards, unlikely […] More

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    INTERVIEW: Jason Segel talks his phenomenal work in ‘The End of the Tour’

    For a good portion of the year, I’ve been raving about Jason Segel‘s transformative performance in The End of the Tour, doing my part to drum up some Oscar buzz for a worthy bit of work. Well, someone was listening (or at least listening to others bang that drum as well), because Segel is going […] More

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