"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"                "The Argument" Masks Its Creativity Before Embracing Its Weirdness        


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“Run This Town” Manages To Make Rob Ford Boring

Rob Ford was always going to have his story come to the big screen one day. It’s just too juicy and larger than life. Somehow, the story of how Ford, the Mayor of Toronto, was finally caught up in a scandal that stuck, is brought to dull life in Run[...]

Kelly Reichardt Crafts Another Character Study With “First Cow”

Over the years, filmmaker Kelly Reichardt has proven to be a rather steady and unique voice in the world of independent cinema. Largely starting with Old Joy (her breakthrough early feature), Reichardt has crafted a host of quality indies, including Wendy and Lucy, Meek’s Cutoff, Night Moves, and Certain Women.[...]

HBO Is Making “The Last Of Us” Into A Series

Some very interesting breaking news here. Could HBO have figured out how to properly adapt a video game? Maybe games have always been better suited for television? HBO certainly thinks so, as they announced today that they’re going to be taking the hit video game The Last of Us and[...]

Tom Hanks Fights Nazis Again In The Trailer For “Greyhound”

This summer, Tom Hanks is going back to World War II. Not only is he starring in Greyhound, a Navy film set during the war that Hanks is so compelled by, he’s even written the screenplay adaptation. That alone made this one to look forward to in June. Now, we[...]

An Updated Ranking Of Every Pixar Title So Far

Much like I’ve repeatedly said over the past few years, the pinnacle of modern animation can be found within the releases put out by Pixar (now a whopping 22 strong). Ever since they started up with A Bug’s Life, their films have been hotly anticipated, both by critics and audiences[...]

John Magaro Talks “First Cow” And Much More!

Earlier this week, I was honored to meet up with actor John Magaro for a wide ranging conversation. Sitting down in a Manhattan coffee shop with him, we spent over a half hour talking about not just his career, but the directors he’s worked with, how he sees the job[...]

“No Time To Die” Delayed Until November Due To Coronavirus!

Well, this is unexpected. Just a few short moments ago, it was announced that No Time To Die, the 25th James Bond movie, was being pushed back by MGM from its original release date. What makes this so fascinating is not just that the flick was scheduled to come out[...]

Tribeca Film Festival Lineup For 2020 Led By Judd Apatow’s “The King Of Staten Island”

Moments ago, the 2020 Tribeca Film Festival lineup was announced. Highlighting the announcement was the fact that Judd Apatow’s new movie The King of Staten Island will is among the selections. The festival always has a mix of top notch independent titles, as well as a handful of bigger films[...]

Pixar Again Earns Your Tears With “Onward”

If there’s one thing you can bank on when it comes to Pixar, it’s emotion. No matter the story that they’re telling, the animation experts will seek to bring you to tears. It’s one of the reasons why they’ve become the industry leader in making films that, while aimed at[...]

“Mulan” And “A Quiet Place Part II”: Films To See In March

Welcome to the third month of the year, ladies and gentlemen. Yes, we’ve somehow already made it to March! As I’ve said in the past, this is a month where we sometimes can get a preview of the summer movie season. We’ve actually got an intriguing mix of items here.[...]