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    WATCH: Universal Pictures Releases Powerful ‘The King of Staten Island’ Trailer

    Universal Pictures has today released the trailer for Judd Apatow’s upcoming comedy-drama “The King of Staten Island,” which stars “Saturday Night Live” star Pete Davidson in his biggest role to date. Davidson stars as Scott, a young adult who’s life has always been turbulent since the death of his father when he was just seven. […] More

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    Jo Andres, Filmmaker and Wife to Steve Buscemi, Dies at 64

    Jo Andres, Steve Buscemi’s wife of 31 years, recently passed away at the age of 64. Also, according to Variety, the funeral services have already taken place and no cause of death has been confirmed. Andres may not have helmed feature films but she still was known for her “film/dance/light” experimental performance art through the […] More

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    CIRCUIT BREAKER INTERVIEW: Director Andrew Haigh Discusses Despair and Hope and His Latest Film ‘Lean on Pete’

    “Lean on Pete” is the story of a lonely, abandoned teenage boy who finds friendship with a fading racehorse. Together, they go on a journey in search of home. Charlie Plummer stars in this story that is equal parts heartbreaking and hopeful. Along the way, he encounters characters that enter the story in short bursts. […] More

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    Film Review: ‘Lean on Pete’ Is an Odyssey of Heartbreak

    The Road Trip Movie is one of the staples of American cinema. Some are funny, while others are terrifying. A few are dramatic or romantic. Most of them feature beautiful landscapes and miles of open road. “Lean on Pete” is an entirely different sort of film that falls into the road trip sub-genre, but isn’t […] More

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    Film Review: The Kinetic ‘The Death of Stalin’ is Biting Satire

    There are few people more adept at crafting political satire than Armando Iannucci. Iannucci first broke through for America audiences when “In the Loop” crashed the 82nd Academy Awards. That film follows the insanely botched and incompetent diplomatic run-up to the war in the Middle East through a series of fictional characters. The film was based on […] More

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    TV Review: Amazon’s ‘Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams’ Misses Lofty Expectations

    The boom of Sci-Fi television has been a blessing for those who love the genre. With new shows like “Stranger Things,” “Star Trek Discovery,” and “Dark” there have been some incredibly unnerving, yet satisfying new entries into the world of science fiction. Perhaps the biggest show in that regard has been the explosion of “Black […] More

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    WATCH: A Boy and His Horse Embark on an Emotional Journey in First Official Trailer for ‘Lean on Pete’

    A24 released the official trailer for their upcoming film, “Lean on Pete.” Based on the novel by Willy Vlautin, “Lean on Pete” tells the story of 15-year-old Charley, a lonely boy who finds friendship in an aging racehorse named Lean on Pete. When Charley learns the retiring horse will be sold for slaughter, he determines […] More

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    Film Review: ‘The Boss Baby’ Is The Loaded Diaper of Animated Comedies

    Piecing together the logic of “The Boss Baby” is an absolute fool’s errand. Still, it’s better than actually following the plot of this cartoon, one that consistently lowers your expectations. Between the occasionally double edged humor that teeters on the edge of filth and the paper thin premise, there’s almost nothing here of worth. At […] More

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    2017 Awards Circuit In Line Series: 25 Actors for an Oscar Nomination

    Welcome to the official 2017 AWARDS CIRCUIT IN LINE SERIES! The Academy Awards get tons of flack for not rewarding actors and actresses in the prime of their careers. It often boils down to poor timing, but sometimes the Academy’s choices are downright baffling. Here at Awards Circuit, we will begin an annual tradition called […] More

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    TV Review: ‘Horace and Pete’ Revolutionizes the Idea of New and Innovative Television

    When “Louie” made its debut in 2010, it was clear that comedian Louis C.K. was interested in a different kind of show. From the pilot, “Louie” explored a somewhat heightened version of the world we inhabit, while simultaneously exploring aspects of its creator. It was this honesty with the audience that ultimately gained the series […] More

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