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Chris Hemsworth Can’t Do It All On His Own In “Extraction”

Without question, Chris Hemsworth is one of Hollywood’s biggest action stars. Playing Thor in the Marvel Cinematic Universe will do that for you. Beyond being the God of Thunder in the MCU, Hemsworth has displayed some underrated comedic chops, but in the new Netflix action flick Extraction, he’s given a[...]

“To The Stars” Highlights Liana Liberato In An Uneven Melodrama

Melodrama has somewhat become a relic of cinema’s past. To be sure, we get melodramatic movies still being released, but true melodrama has largely gone away. The new movie To the Stars seeks to bring melodramas back, and up until the tail end of the third act, it succeeds. Some[...]

“Robert The Bruce” Never Brings The Past To Life

Historical epics are a dime a dozen. Even on an independent budget, they litter the cinematic landscape. So, there needs to be something for one of these efforts to distinguish themselves with. In the case of Robert the Bruce, it’s an attempt to pick up where Braveheart left off. Other[...]

“The Willoughbys” Is Harmless Animation For Families Stuck Inside

2020 has proven to be an interesting time for animation. Ever since the Coronavirus pandemic closed down movie theaters, the entire film industry has had to recalibrate. Right now, animated fare is thriving, thanks to families being desperate for new things to watch at home. Trolls World Tour had a[...]

“True History Of The Kelly Gang” Is An Impressionistic Take On An Old Story

Sometimes, old can be new again. It isn’t always what story being told, but how it’s being told. In the case of True History of the Kelly Gang, filmmaker Justin Kurzel is taking a unique and almost punk rock approach to the classic Ned Kelly legend. It’s a brash and[...]

Warner Bros. Moves “The Batman” Release Date (And More)

The longer that the film industry remains shuttered by the Coronavirus pandemic, the more of a ripple effect that’s going to be seen once things are back to normal (or whatever passes for normal). One such impact is going to be in future release dates. Productions that either haven’t started[...]

“Time Warp: The Greatest Cult Films Of All Time: Volume 1” Enjoyably Tackles Midnight Madness

I’m a sucker for documentaries about cinema. There’s just something about a doc looking inward on its own medium that compels me. Perhaps it’s just the cinephile in me, yearning to learn as much as possible about as many films as possible? That’s a possibility, but it also could just[...]

Listen To The New Episodes Of The Hollywood News® Podcast!

LISTEN TO ALL OUR HOLLYWOOD NEWS PODCASTS Again, before we get down to business, first things first. I sincerely hope all of you are staying safe and sane in these trying times. As a continuing distraction, we’re taking one more opportunity to give all of our readers a friendly reminder[...]

Michael Shannon And Shea Whigham Match Wits In “The Quarry”

If a pair of talented actors go toe to toe and no one is around to watch, did it really happen? That’s a silly question, but it’s the type of thing you ponder while watching The Quarry, a well acted yet narratively inert picture that wastes Michael Shannon and Shea[...]

San Diego Comic-Con Is The Latest Event To Cancel Due To Coronavirus

At this point, it was probably inevitable that San Diego Comic-Con was not going to be happening. However, with the amount of anticipation it generates each and every single year, hope sprung eternal that the coronavirus pandemic would not affect the gathering in 2020. Well, COVID-19 has the last laugh,[...]