Month: October 2019

Posted in News & Events

Disney Affirmative: Marvel Movies Will Never Become Unpopular

As Walt Disney Studios executive Alan Horn thinks Marvel fans will show up for years to come. The Disney isn’t shying away from the Marvel Cinematic…

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Posted in Drama / Romance / Comedy

Old Boys: Cyrano de Bergerac adaptation set in 1980s public school is sweet and satisfying

The stories we tell haven’t changed so much over the centuries. Old Boys makes this clear, even if the effect isn’t quite intentional. Old Boys,…

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‘Parasite’ Review: The South Korean Filmmaker Bong Joon Ho Delivers His Masterpiece

The South Korean filmmaker outdoes himself with this cutting, caustic tale of class warfare between the haves and the have-nots. No spoilers, except to say…

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Posted in Animation / Children Drama / Romance / Comedy

“Teen Titans Go! To The Movies” is a giddy reminder that DC movies are allowed to be fun

Teen Titans Go! to the Movies, the new feature-length extension of the Cartoon Network series Teen Titans Go!, is a product of Warner Bros. Animation…

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Doctor Sleep’s Starring Ewan McGregor Didn’t Watch The Shining Because Of Scared

Ewan McGregor is now starring in Doctor Sleep even though he was originally too scared to watch The Shining. Mike Flanagan’s sequel to Stanley Kubrick’s 1980 horror classic…

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Can You Double Your Holiday Pleasure With Netflix’s “The Princess Switch”?

It’s hard not to judge the people in a twin-switch story who don’t immediately realize that a loved one has been replaced by a copy…

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“Loro” Review: How Do You Solve a Problem Like Silvio Berlusconi?

Oscar-winning director Paolo Sorrentino has made a name for himself both in his home country and abroad with his portraits of the lavish contradictions of…

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The Batman: Matt Reeves Confirms Jeffrey Wright As Gordon

Despite rumors having circulated for over a month, Matt Reeves has finally confirmed Jeffrey Wright will be playing Commissioner Gordon. Director Matt Reeves has cast Jeffrey…

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“The Public” is a mixed bag that works better as a political statement than as a film

The Public begins with a narrator explaining the role libraries play in our society. He tells us a library’s doors must remain open to people…

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“Beirut” review: Shrewdly realistic political thriller an antidote to blockbusters

It’s sometimes lamented, with justice, that Hollywood has quit making human-scaled entertainment for adults – films that occupy a middle ground between youth-oriented blockbusters and…

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