"The Sisters Brothers" spins a unique Western yarn                "Colette" is another period piece showcase for Kiera Knightley                John C. Reilly looks like a late breaking Academy Award player in the Trailer for "Stan & Ollie"                Brie Larson saves the day in the First Trailer for "Captain Marvel"                The Toronto International Film Festival boosts "Green Book" with its Top Prize                Updated Academy Award predictions for early September                "White Boy Rick" is a compelling character study and period piece                Taking a look at potential Best Supporting Actress contenders                Shane Black gives "The Predator" his signature clever spin                Venice Film Festival award winners include "The Favourite" and "Roma"                Taking a look at potential Best Supporting Actor contenders                Watch out for Ben Foster in Best Supporting Actor for "Leave No Trace"                "The Favourite" releases a new Trailer to build off of its positive festival buzz                "All About Nina" and "Fahrenheit 11/9": Films to look forward to in September                Trailer for "The Front Runner" and Buzz from Telluride suggest another Oscar player for Jason Reitman        

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“mother!” is Darren Aronofsky’s most extreme film yet

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Full Trailer drops for “The Disaster Artist”

Yesterday morning, a gift from the movie gods was bestowed upon us all. Hot off of the film’s highly praised reception at the Toronto International Film Festival, a Full Trailer was released for The Disaster Artist. As I said back when the Teaser debuted, among modern day cult films, The[...]

Judd Apatow showcases documentary chops with “May It Last: A Portrait Of The Avett Brothers”

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“The Shape of Water” wins the Golden Lion at Venice

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Hollywood Contenders – Looking at Best Director hopefuls

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Who could replace Colin Trevorrow and direct “Star Wars: Episode IX”?

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“It” looks to become the rare blockbuster horror outing

Horror films often are treated as the red headed stepchild of the cinematic world. Whether it’s a lack of awards viability or just an absence of respect, it’s the genre treated the worst by Hollywood. This week, however, we have a major attempt at changing that with the release of[...]

Telluride and Venice launch a new set of Oscar contenders

The first wave of fall film festivals have gotten underway, with the Telluride Film Festival and the Venice Film Festival offering up a number of buzz worthy titles. Some potential Academy Award contenders have screened at both fests, while some were exclusive to only one. Still others have played at[...]

J.D. Salinger gets the biopic treatment with “Rebel in the Rye”

Perhaps no author fascinates the world like J.D. Salinger does. Whether it’s if there will ever be a movie version of The Catcher in the Rye or actual details of the man’s life, he captivates. A recent documentary called Salinger shed some light on him, but now a biopic is[...]
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