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Teaser Trailer For “The Irishman” Drops

This morning, Netflix dropped a Teaser Trailer for Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman, the hotly antiquated crime flick. Just announced earlier in the week as the Opening Night Selection of the 2019 New York Film Festival, all eyes have been on this one. Partly, that’s due to it just being Scorsese,[...]

A Brutal Tale Of Revenge In “The Nightingale” Is Expertly Crafted By Jennifer Kent

It’s a shame that female filmmakers are held to a different standard than men. When a woman makes a disturbing or violent movie, the response is far different than to that of her male counterparts. The takes are hotter and there’s a sense of almost questioning why she would mount[...]

Martin Scorsese’s “The Irishman” Will Open The 2019 New York Film Festival

Once again, I kind of spoke something into existence! After mentioning over the weekend how The Irishman was not among the initial film festival revelations but something could be brewing shortly…lo and behold, something was indeed brewing. Martin Scorsese’s movie has moments ago been announced as the Opening Night Selection[...]

Box Office Report For July 26-28

Welcome back one and all to the weekly box office report! As always, each and every Sunday you can expect a look at what made the most money in theaters, as well as just how all of the new releases fared. This week, the ninth film from Quentin Tarantino, Once[...]

The Fall Film Festival Slates Suggest A Loaded Academy Award Race To Come

Over the last few days, many of the upcoming film festivals in the fall have announced which titles will be playing within their respective showcases. Two in question have specifically revealed what they’re packing. The first is the Toronto International Film Festival, while the other is the Venice Film Festival.[...]

Updated Oscar Predictions For July

We’re knee deep in the summer now, my friends. With that, the blockbusters are almost all churned out, so the upcoming prestige pictures of the fall and winter are on the horizon. With the upcoming fall film festival lineups more or less set (more on that tomorrow), the movies looking[...]

Jamie Bell Turns Heads In “Skin”

It has been an interesting year for filmmaker Guy Nattiv. Back in January, he took his feature Skin to the Sundance Film Festival, right as his short of the same name was catching on as a potential Oscar winner. The movie got strong buzz at Sundance, then saw its star[...]

“Once Upon A Time In Hollywood” Is The Film Quentin Tarantino Was Born To Make

In a very real way, Quentin Tarantino’s whole career has been building up to this moment. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood may be his masterwork. Chock full of his obsessions, the movie combines everything that we’ve come to know and love (or in some cases, despise) about Tarantino’s filmmaking.[...]

The Dangers Of Data Weaponization Is Explored In “The Great Hack”

Do you really know who has your personal data on the internet? When you take a survey or share information on Facebook, where is it going? Many have never paid it a second thought. The new documentary The Great Hack, about to debut on Netflix this Wednesday, makes the case[...]

Richard Dreyfuss Gets A Space Worthy Showcase With “Astronaut”

How long has it been since Richard Dreyfuss got a proper starring vehicle? No matter what answer you give, the most apt one is this: too long. Well, this weekend, that changes with the release of Astronaut, an independent drama about a man hoping to become an astronaut late in[...]