Alexandra Daddario Gives A Brave And Stirring Performance In "Lost Girls & Love Hotels"                "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        


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“Max Reload And The Nether Blasters” Offers Retro Fun

Retro games have an appeal that even their AAA titles on the Playstation 4 and XBOX One can’t quite compete with. Things for the original Nintendo Entertainment System, and before, contain a portal back to childhood that’s pretty singular. In crafting a sci-fi film that pays tribute to those sort[...]

Seth Rogen Pulls Surprisingly Sweet Double Duty In “An American Pickle”

There’s a charming weirdness at the core of An American Pickle, the latest Seth Rogen star vehicle. It’s a movie that sounds like it could be either amazing or terrible, depending on the execution. Luckily, Rogen and company give it a steady hand, as well as a singular identity, making[...]

“Red Penguins” Chronicles The Russian Partnership With An NHL Franchise

The sport of hockey, at least in the United States, didn’t always have the Russian influence that it now has. There was a time where players from the former Soviet Union first came over to American shores and started in the NHL. Filmmaker Gabe Polsky has looked at that before,[...]

Gillian Jacobs And Kris Rey Chat About “I Used To Go Here”

Only a few films in, Kris Rey is an emerging voice on the independent cinema scene that’s well worth paying attention to. Gillian Jacobs, of course, is one of the better young actresses in the business. So, combing the writing and directing talents of Ray with the acting of Jacobs[...]

Trailer Drops For Charlie Kaufman’s Trippy “I’m Thinking Of Ending Things”

Charlie Kaufman is back! For his lasted project, the singular filmmaker is adapting a novel and diving into genre elements with I’m Thinking of Ending Things, his first collaboration with Netflix. Yes, the streaming giant adds another Academy Award-winning auteur to their stable, but Kaufman also will undoubtedly see the[...]

“The Tax Collector” Showcases The Best And Worst Of David Ayer

There are several constants that you find in a David Ayer movie. He loves to explore the world of crime, as well as the thin lines of good and evil that exist within the criminal underworld. The same goes for when he’s focusing on cops (or even, I suppose, anti-heroes[...]

“I Used To Go Here” Is A Winning Hangout Comedy

What would you do if you wound up back at college? Many of us have wondered that over the years since graduating, but too many movies that think about that go broad and silly in their depiction. Not here, however, as I Used to Go Here finds a perfect angle[...]

“Waiting For The Barbarians” Makes You Wait Far Too Long

At the core of Waiting for the Barbarians, a surprisingly star-studded new independent release, is a concept that’s worthy of top-tier cinematic execution. Unfortunately, despite solid performances, great cinematography, and strong themes that should resonate, the emotion of it all is held too much at arm’s length. Being an intellectual[...]

“Mulan” Will Come To Disney+ In September…For An Extra Charge

For months, the fate of Disney’s live action Mulan remake has been up in the air. It’s seemed like whatever Warner Bros. and Christopher Nolan’s Tenet did, Mulan followed. Now, however, Disney is changing the game. In early September, they’re going to have their would be tentpole open on Disney+.[...]

James D’Arcy Discusses His Directorial Debut “Made In Italy”

There’s almost always something really interesting to hear about when an actor makes their directorial debut, and especially when they’ve written the project as well. This was, unsurprisingly, no exception a few days ago when I was able to hop on the phone to chat for a few minutes with[...]