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    ‘Empire’s’ Final Season to End Sooner Than Expected

    Originally planned to be a 20-episode sixth and final season, “Empire” will now come to its conclusion with episode 18 on April 21, according to Deadline. The COVID-19 outbreak means that the originally intended series finale and penultimate episode were unable to be finished, with Deadline writing that “to help create a more seamless overall […] More

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    Tribeca Film Review: ‘Gully’ Has Style But Little Substance

    2019 TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL: We will likely never see an adaptation of the video game “Grand Theft Auto.” In a roundabout way, “Gully” is proof of why. Taking that sort of game as a factor for why teens might act out in extreme ways, the film is all surface level. There is style galore 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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    Terrence Howard to Headline Ex-Cop Drama ‘Rogue’

    Terrence Howard is set to star in the upcoming drama “Rogue.” The Hollywood Reporter first broke the news early Thursday morning. According to the outlet, the film is based on true events involving one of the largest manhunts in American history. The outlet goes on to describe the film as thus: Written and to be directed […] More

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    Circuit Rewind: Crash (2005)

    Award Circuit’s newest column kicks things off with “Crash,” celebrating its 10-year anniversary in 2015 More

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    Film Review: St. Vincent (★★★)

    I thought I knew what to expect when I went into St. Vincent, especially after the initial festival buzz began back at the Toronto Film Festival. This was supposed to be an amusing comedy with a winning performance by Bill Murray that should have him in play for his second Best Actor nomination. That’s all […] More

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    David Ayer’s ‘Sabotage’ starring Arnold Schwarzenegger Gets a Trailer

    Last year, David Ayer‘s End of Watch absolutely blew me away, making my Top Ten list for 2012 and really establishing Ayer as a filmmaker with the capacity to do something special. Well, next year he’ll be back with awards bait when his Brad Pitt World War II tank movie Fury opens in November, but […] More

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    Arnold Schwarzenegger is Back in Action in the First Trailer for ‘Sabotage’

    Get blown away by Open Road Film’s latest action-packed thriller,  SABOTAGE. The film follows Arnold Schwarzenegger as he leads an elite DEA task force whose members start being eliminated after they bust one of the world’s largest drug cartels. As the body count begins to rise, everyone is a suspect.Take a look at the brand new TRAILER that debuted today! From the writer of Training […] More

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    Lee Daniels’ The Butler (★★★½)

    Lee Daniels’ The Butler is an easy film to appreciate on face value with its wonderful performances, strong production values, and creative team. However, it isn’t till about the last 30 minutes of the film that you realize you’ve been witnessing a nuanced dissection of intergenerational relationships, race relations and double consciousness, and then the […] More

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