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    What’s On TV? – Monday (7/15/19) – HBO’s ‘Divorce’ Returns, Tina Turner and Freddie Mercury Biopics Airing

    Whether you’re a music buff or a reality-TV junkie, there’s something on for everyone tonight. There’s comedy the likes of “The Break-Up”, “Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle”, “Divorce” and “American Dad” and over-the-top drama galore with “Grand Hotel”, “The Hills: New Beginnings”, “The Bachelorette” and “90-Day Fiancee: The Other Way”. Here’s what on TV tonight.  […] More

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    WATCH: Annapurna Releases the First Trailer for ‘Where’d You Go, Bernadette’

    Richard Linklater remains one of America’s most interesting directors. While the writer and director has flirted with Oscar, most notably with “Boyhood,” he has always had the ability to tell fun stories. “School of Rock,” “Everybody Wants Some!!!” and “Dazed and Confused” have showcased Linklater’s ability to tell fun comedic stories. Linklater always draws talent to […] More

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    WATCH: A Dramatic and Effective Trailer for ‘The Mule’ Brings Eastwood Into the Race

    One of the things many of us film buffs take for granted continues to be Clint Eastwood‘s insane level of production. While not every film he makes will be gold, his sheer productivity remains astounding. The 88-year-old filmmaker has had an objectively strong filmography over the last 10 years, with “Gran Torino,” “Invictus,” “Sully” and “American Sniper” […] More

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    Top 10: From Mozart to NWA, the Best Music Biopics So Far

    Who doesn’t love a good music biopic? This subgenre has all the ingredients of what people love about the movies. The central roles give A-list actors the chance to transform into a similarly physical music artist. People get to hear their favorite songs dramatized into cinema. For a while, these films seemed like automatic dead […] More

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    Film Review: ‘Ant-Man and The Wasp’ Puts Women Front and Center in the MCU

    One thing that sets Marvel’s cinematic universe apart from other superhero films is that it tries to include at least a certain level of consequence. When the Avengers destroyed New York City by trying to save it, their actions inadvertently led to Adrian Toomes taking up the name Vulture and terrorizing Spider-Man seven years later. […] More

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    WATCH: ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’ Were Busy During the Infinity War in New Trailer

    Unless you are one of the few who didn’t check out “Avengers: Infinity War” this weekend, you noticed a certain tiny hero was missing. A few passing mentions intimated that Scott Lang was around, but he didn’t join the fight against Thanos. And, apparently we’ll be getting an explanation when “Ant-Man and the Wasp” hits […] More

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    Top 10: Performances that Got No Oscar Love in 1991

    As we established last week, 1991 was a good year for movies. From new directors to new crops of acting talent, the year was, in many ways, where the shift began from the stylized films of the 80s to the grittier, more pensive fare of the 90s. This is not to say that the 90s […] More

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    African American Film Critics Association Winners – ‘Get Out’ and Laurence Fishburne Get Honors

    Los Angeles, CA (December 12, 2017) – Jordan Peele’s seismic thriller GET OUT captured the most wins from the members of the African American Film Critics Association (AAFCA). Released early in 2017, the film earned Best Film, Best Directing, Best Acting and Best Screenplay recognition from the world’s largest group of professional Black film critics. […] More

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