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‘Edge of Seventeen’ TV Series Is Not Going to YouTube

Back in 2018, YouTube ordered a series pilot for a television adaptation of the indie darling The Edge of Seventeen. The film starred Hailee Steinfeld as high school junior Nadie…

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Vampire Movie ‘Good Bad & Undead’ Will Take Star Peter Dinklage and Jason Momoa

Peter Dinklage and Jason Momoa, two actors who appeared on Game of Thrones (though they never shared a scene) are teaming up for the vampire flick Good Bad & Undead….

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Posted in Action / Aventure

Legendary 2013 Review: Scott Adkins and Dolph Lundgren In A Quite Good Action Aventure Film

Scott Adkins and Dolph Lundgren are in this movie. But they don’t have any martial fight scenes at all, believe it or not. So why…

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Tom Hanks’ World War II Drama Greyhound Will Skip Theaters and Go Straight to Streaming on Apple TV+

Tom Hanks’ World War II drama Greyhound will bypass theatrical release (its originally scheduled date was June 12, 2020) and head, instead, straight to streaming on Apple…

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Posted in Action / Aventure Thriller / Horror

Chongqing Hot Pot Review: A Chinese Action Thriller Starts Out As a Tasty Dish

Shades of Ning Hao, Korean action thrillers. Point Break and the Hollywood heist tradition inform the latest in the lingering trend of darkly comic crime…

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Daniel Craig Plays Two-Face in The Batman Fan Art

After No Time to Die, James Bond actor Daniel Craig will be looking for his next big role. And some fans want to see him play…

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The New ‘Scream’ Has David Arquette Back

The new Scream movie – which is either Scream 5 or a Scream reboot, depending on who you ask – is bringing back David Arquette. Arquette will once again play Dewey Riley. The…

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Posted in Fantasy / Historical

The Warriors’ Gate 2016: A Action-Adventure-Fantasy Film Directed by Mattias Hoene

Chinese cinema is a strange one. It doesn’t have the classic allure of Japanese or French cinema. But rather sits on its own with a…

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Netflix’s ‘The Wrong Missy’ will leave you missing Adam Sandler’s comedies

Lauren Lapkus is in full-on goof mode alongside an uptight, square David Spade in the new Netflix comedy The Wrong Missy, a light, exceptionally silly romantic…

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Jude Law’s Drama ‘The Nest’ Tries to Go to in Theaters This September

Movie theaters will probably be back open by September…right? IFC Films sure thinks so, which is why they’ve just set a September 18 theatrical release date for The…

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