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You’ve seen this all before, from haunting choir music and talk of a “door” being opened to a girl being dragged by some unseen entity into darkness and multiple ghostly hands reaching out for our protagonists.
Jordan Barel’s script tells the true story of the visionary who, after being ousted from Paypal, creates SpaceX and guides it through the turbulent early years while simultaneously building Tesla.
The third installment of the popular franchise switches gears from the less-than-desirable Cars 2 by delivering a heartwarming story of ambition and maturity that flips the script with subtle subtext of inclusion.
The Weinstein Company is already releasing another film on the same date — the Benedict Cumberbatch-Michael Shannon electricity drama The Current War.
The relentless pursuit of video game movie adaptations, despite a proven track record that they don’t work for the most part, falls back on the famed definition of insanity, that being the repetition of behavior and expecting a different result. But at some point doesn’t there have to be a communal understanding these projects don’t work?
Jon Bernthal, Jeffrey Donovan, Holt McCallany, Emory Cohen, Omari Hardwick, Benjamin Bratt, Evan Jones and Lake Bell co-star in Shot Caller, which is set to bow at the LA Film Festival before its released next month.
It’s finally here. Marvel has released the first trailer for Black Panther, the universe’s first black superhero to headline a film and judging by the initial footage, this film has the potential to be one of the best in the MCU.
A young man in Toronto in the 1920s earns his living searching for a vanished millionaire and tunneling beneath Lake Ontario while he becomes involved with two actresses while fighting the compulsion to commit violence.
So while you wait for the Mummy backlash to blow over, why not take a trip down memory lane and witness how Tom Cruise became one of the greatest movie stars Hollywood has ever seen.
Sony announced this week that it will soon be making “Clean Versions” of its movies available to consumers at the same time that the original versions are. The panicked reactions to this new venture, however, are extremely short-sighted.
Illustrated by Oliver Jeffers, the book follows a box of crayons whose inhabitants go on strike after growing sick and tired of how they’re being used, as their roles are limited by their hues.
Your typical indie comedy will give you honey-colored hues, beautiful shots of nature, and humorously deadpan conversations over heartfelt tension. Brigsby Bear starring and co-written by Saturday Night Live performer Kyle Mooney will give audiences all that and more with an unexpected twist that drives the emotional current for the full film.
In Miguel Arteta’s Beatriz at Dinner, the social anxiety is cranked up to full blast as very timely issues surface between the soft-spoken, yet strong-minded Beatriz and a self-centered, arrogant businessman to provide rousing dinner conversation and, in turn, one delightfully intense of a film about the division of class and race.
The Obvious Child team is reuniting for a brand-new film that looks to be just as funny, touching, and poignant as the last. The first trailer for Landline shows a family whose secrets and cracks are about to come out.
Director-writer Trey Edward Shults shows his savvy and brilliance in framing a quiet thriller, but even with all the scares and mystery, it leaves you unsatisfied and disappointed.
Balancing humor, grace, and the emotional dynamics of relationships with others and with oneself, The Hero is a moving film that serves as an example on how to treat and pay homage to cinematic icons.
Universal is chock full of the successful partnerships and franchises so key to success in today’s marketplace that it’s continually vying for the top spot alongside current Hollywood powerhouse Disney. Could it dethrone the Mouse House this year? Not likely, but it’s still set up for a tremendous year nonetheless.
The MCU approach to Universal’s Dark Universe of classic monsters hopes to revitalize a legendary time in Hollywood, but after watching Tom Cruise lead the charge in The Mummy, the studio may want reconsider their approach.