"The Mandalorian" Gets An Exciting Season Two Trailer!                "The Way I See It" Is A Quietly Powerful Reminder Of A Different Kind Of President                Netflix Brings The Teaser Trailer For "The Trial Of The Chicago 7" To Court                Haley Lu Richardson Shines In "Unpregnant," Which Deftly Mixes Road Trip Comedy And Righteous Anger                "Nomadland" Takes The Top Prize At The Venice Film Festival                "The Social Dilemma" Presents Interesting Questions In A Puzzling Manner                Films To Look Forward To At The 2020 New York Film Festival                "Wonder Woman 1984" Delays Its Release Date Once Again                A Teaser Trailer Wandered On To Our Screens This Week For "Nomadland"                The Academy Is Adding Diversity Requirements For Best Picture Contenders!                "Dune" Reveals Itself With An Epic Trailer                Trailer Drops For The Remake Of "Rebecca"                "Nail In The Coffin: The Fall And Rise Of Vampiro" Follows The Redemption Of A Potentially Tragic Figure                "Tenet" Is Poised To Open To Over $20 Million This Weekend At The Domestic Box Office                Robert Pattinson Tests Positive For COVID-19 And Halts Production Of "The Batman"        


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“I’m Thinking Of Ending Things” Is A Challenging Journey Into Charlie Kaufman’s Concerns

Charlie Kaufman is unlike any other creative force in the business. One only needs to look at his resume and you’ll see, both as a writer as well as a director, that he’s a singular talent. He sees the world, and interprets it as art, like no one else. At[...]

“Robin’s Wish” Looks Tenderly At The Comedian’s Final Days And The Illness That Claimed His Life

The death of Robin Williams hit everyone hard. It just did. While the initial reports about his passing spoke about depression or a diagnosis of Parkinson’s, it wasn’t until a time later that any details about the actual problem surfaced. That would be Lewy Body Dementia, a cruel disorder that[...]

Updated Academy Award Predictions For Late August!

As August comes to a close, the state of the Oscar race remains very much in flux. The awards season itself is still to be determined, given the COVID-19 pandemic that’s still causing havoc in the United States, so what becomes of the Academy Awards is very much a question[...]

R.I.P. Chadwick Boseman

Absolutely awful and tragic news to report tonight. Actor Chadwick Boseman, best known for playing T’Challa / Black Panther in the hit Marvel film, as well as Jackie Robinson in the movie 42, not to mention a key supporting turn in Spike Lee’s recent joint Da 5 Bloods, has passed[...]

Brett Haley Chats About His Wide-Ranging Filmmaking Interests And His New Movie “All Together Now”

Brett Haley wants to make a ton of different kinds of films. That much is clear just looking at the movies he’s made over his short yet productive career. Efforts like I’ll See You in My Dreams, The Hero, Hearts Beat Loud, All the Bright Places, and All Together Now[...]

“Bill & Ted Face The Music” In This Long-Gestating Sequel

Long in the making sequels have been having a bit of a moment in Hollywood over the last handful of years. Properties long since thought dormant have come back to life, sometimes to great success. Now, Bill & Ted Face the Music hopes to be the latest IP to do[...]

Pedro Almodovar’s “The Human Voice,” Sofia Coppola’s “On The Rocks,” And More Added To The New York Film Festival Lineup!

Moments ago, the New York Film Festival announced their new Spotlight section. For this 58th incarnation of the festival, a very unique one already, which will focus largely on outdoor and virtual screenings, NYFF is opening to try this approach, which will include sneak previews, gala events, screenings with live[...]

“The Personal History Of David Copperfield” Is A Different Take On The Classic

I freely admit to having been indifferent to the idea of a new version of the David Copperfield story. Yes, the Charles Dickens novel is a classic, and rightly so, but were we clamoring for another take? The answer is no. However, the fact that filmmaker Armando Iannucci was going[...]

“The Binge” Has Funny Moments But Doesn’t Approach Its Satirical Potential

Full disclosure: I dislike The Purge film franchise intensely. In particular, the sequels have expanded on a potentially good genre idea and just become absolute dreck. So, a comedic satire of the whole thing contained strong possibilities for me. I’d 100% be on board with something of the sort. At[...]

“All Together Now” Is Another Humanistic Winner From Brett Haley

On the surface, the YA adaptation All Together Now may seem like something Netflix is releasing in an effort to capture the tween market. Sure, it’s adapted from a YA novel and has an appealing young cast, but the secret weapon here is that it’s made by an old soul[...]