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Is ‘A Simple Favor’ A True Story? The Thriller Feels Like A Mystery Novel

A Simple Favor is a seriously unexpected film for a number of reasons. The Anna Kendrick and Blake Lively thriller is directed by Paul Feig, who previously has…

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Yuli: this portrait of Carlos Acosta and Cuba is a dance film like no other

Dance on film can have many functions. It might act as a showstopping decoration to the drama (most movie musicals), a shorthand for its protagonist’s…

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The Story of an Unsung Country Music Hero, “Blaze” Displays Ethan Hawke’s Directorial Chops

This is a movie that begins with a last chance—turns out it’s one of several. The country singer Blaze Foley (played by musician and first-time…

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High Strung: Free Dance (2018) had been a been not a dull showmance

A formulaic follow-your-dream pic built around starry-eyed performance sequences. Michael Damian’s High Strung Free Dance will play best with those who’ve never seen a backstage…

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The Miracle Season :Sports Film with a Feel-Good Higher Power

“The Miracle Season” is a religious sports film — and by that, I don’t just mean that it’s a drama sprinkled with faith-based fairy dust…

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“Her Smell” first look: Elisabeth Moss plays a free falling rock star

Two very different songs bookend the narrative of Her Smell. An energetic cover of The Only Ones’ springy guitar rock anthem Another Girl, Another Planet…

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“Sprinter” film: Universal sports drama told with a uniquely Jamaican voice

At its most basic level, a story of a teen trying to join a track team is pretty straightforward – however, the sports drama “Sprinter”…

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Yesterday Review: An affectionate Tribute To The Beatles

This Movie is an affectionate tribute to The Beatles from the director of Trainspotting and 28 Days Later. The Beatles have long been a part…

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“Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again “, the successful return of a” feel-good movie “

Ten years later, the team of the hit musical is back in a suite as exciting as a blue flower. New Faces Complete the Cast,…

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Creed II: the ultimate opportunity to see Stallone as Rocky Balboa

The film Creed, released in 2015, has found a prominent celebrity in Hollywood: Rocky Balboa. Now, in a supporting role, Apollo Creed’s son, Adonis, took…

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