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    TV Review: ‘Picard’ and Patrick Stewart Deliver a Satisfying Continuation For His Iconic Character

    One of the longest-running television franchises, “Star Trek” became known for its expansive storytelling and genre foundation. Many connected with the series, and with more than fifty years of content, it remains an iconic property. With eight television series and dozen films, “Star Trek” will return to one of its most iconic characters. “Picard” follows […] More

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    Film Review: ‘The Kid Who Would Be King’ Educates More Than Enchants

    Joe Cornish makes a soft return to cinema after an eight-year absence with “The Kid Who Would Be King.” His debut “Attack the Block” (2011) was a gut-punch of science fiction grit that pits teen street gangs against a swarm of alien invaders. Also serving as a career launchpad for John Boyega, the low-budget genre […] More

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    CBS All Access Adds Patrick Stewart to Helm Another ‘Star Trek’ Series

    One of the surprising genre hits of television last year was “Star Trek: Discovery.” The fact that “Discovery” hit with a niche audience was not a surprise. However, the series is one of the CBS All-Access hits, and with “The Good Fight,” might be the best show on the streaming service. With CBS looking to continue […] More

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    Online Film Critics Society Nominees – ‘A Ghost Story’ and ‘mother!’ Make the Cut

    The Online Film Critics Society announced their nominees this evening where films like “A Ghost Story,” “mother!,” and “Phantom Thread” found love from the group of online critics. They offered a few surprises along the way as Robert Pattinson (“Good Time“), Cynthia Nixon (“A Quiet Passion“), Patrick Stewart (“Logan“), and James Gray (“The Lost City […] More

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    Final SAG Predictions – Will the SAG Ensemble Curse Be Broken?

    The SAG Nominations are tomorrow, lighting up an epicenter of talk about which performers and films will land Oscar nominations on Jan. 23.  As always, we’re looking at what films the membership may not have seen in time, anticipating snubs as just “mishaps” on the awards circuit. We know the voting body has not seen […] More

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    Detroit Film Critics Nominations – ‘The Disaster Artist’ Finds Love, Patrick Stewart Gets Cited

    The Detroit Film Critics named their nominees today where James Franco’s “The Disaster Artist” made the Best Picture cut for the first time this season. The Best Director lineup was full of inclusion as Greta Gerwig was included for “Lady Bird” alongside Jordan Peele from “Get Out” and Guillermo del Toro from “The Shape of […] More