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July, 2017

  • 21 July

    Movie Review: ‘Valerian’ Has a Thousand Ideas, Little Personality

    Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets Movie Review

    You can tell that Luc Besson wrote and directed this sci-fi adventure with the way he places his efforts more on developing a fantastic galaxy of starships and aliens than most of the characters that occupy the universe of Valerian. While he does make the smart call of overloading the screen with as many visually stunning and original ideas as possible, …

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  • 20 July

    Christopher Nolan Would Helm James Bond If the Time Was Right

    Christopher Nolan James Bond

    With his newest release Dunkirk, Christopher Nolan has once again lived up to expectations. And expectations are riding high for the director, so that’s saying something. Given his incredible reputation, could he be the one to give the James Bond series a new vibe? In a recent interview for his new war drama, Nolan confessed to some very interesting information. Apparently, …

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  • 19 July

    Movie Review: ‘Dunkirk’ Is Nolan’s Most Unconventional and Unshakable Picture

    Dunkirk Movie Review

    Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk makes a strong case for him being the thinking man’s Michael Bay. Last month, I had to endure Bay’s Transformers: The Last Knight where the volume was cranked so loud that I was wondering what would break first: the speakers or my eardrums. I now endured Nolan’s World War II epic that turns the volume up just …

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  • 18 July

    Trailer: James Franco Pays Tribute to the Worst Movie Ever in ‘The Disaster Artist’

    The Disaster Artist Trailer

    Release date: December 1, 2017 (limited; wide: Dec. 8) Studio: A24 Director: James Franco MPAA Rating: R (for language throughout and some sexuality/nudity) Starring: James Franco, Dave Franco, Seth Rogen, Zac Efron, Josh Hutcherson, Kate Upton, Ari Graynor, Jacki Weaver, Hannibal Buress, Andrew Santino, Alison Brie, Sharon Stone Based on Greg Sestero’s best-selling tell-all about the making of Tommy Wiseau’s …

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  • 17 July

    ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Trailer Debuts at D23 Expo – Details Here!

    Avengers: Infinity War Trailer

    We’re all anxiously awaiting any news we can get on Avengers: Infinity War. But those who were lucky enough to attend D23 Expo over the weekend got a sneak peek at the new trailer! Unfortunately, the Avengers: Infinity War trailer is on lock down and won’t be hitting the web anytime soon. In fact, the movie doesn’t come out until May 4, 2018. …

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  • 14 July

    Movie Review: ‘Wish Upon’ Grants Horror Both Despicable and Laughable

    Wish Upon Movie Review

    How does Wish Upon stack up against Final Destination? Read our movie review to find out: Wish Upon is that special kind of bad movie that left me laughing at its misfires by the time the credits began to roll with its goofy theme song and spooky imagery. As I sat in the theater getting out all the cackles I had been politely …

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  • 13 July

    Marvel to Have Longest Comic-Con Panel EVER

    Marvel Comic-Con

    Is there any sign of the Marvel Cinematic Universe losing steam? Definitely not. If the length of their upcoming Comic-Con panel is any indication, Marvel is only continuing its massive streak of world domination. That’s right–this year, Marvel is getting its longest Comic-Con panel yet. How long? A full 90 minutes. Yep, that’s an hour and a half of pure Marvel …

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  • 12 July

    Movie Review: ‘The Journey’ Gets Lost in an Inappropriate Adventure

    The Journey Movie Review

    Religious leader Ian Paisley and Republican leader Martin McGuinness were once enemies in Ireland, but soon became the best of friends. The Journey suggests that they reached this level of understanding after being stuck in the same car on their lengthy road trip to the airport. It’s a fictionalized event that whips up the most absurd of scenes and dialogue …

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  • 11 July

    Movie Review: ‘The Little Hours’ Has Nuns, Witches, Lords & Laughs

    The Little Hours Movie Review

    The Little Hours has a decadent 14th-century setting with a hilariously dirty mouth, playing in the vernacular of a book report on The Decameron written by a filthy-minded high school student. In this world of convents, castles and witchcraft, the nuns run in cliques, the priests are drunks and the lords of castles have bickering marriage problems. Essentially, it is …

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  • 10 July

    Movie Review: ‘Despicable Me 3’ Is Cumbersomely Cute

    Despicable Me 3 Movie Review

    For most audiences, there is only one question they want to know about the latest movie of adorable minions: Is it cute? And, yes, Despicable Me 3 is cute. Also, the sky is blue. But that is all these Despicable Me and Minions movies have been since the start. They have always embodied a silliness for the crude and slapstick, …

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  • 10 July

    July’s 7 Best New Netflix Titles – Including Rogue One!

    Netflix July Rogue One

    July is a time for fireworks, BBQ and summer blockbusters. As with June, Netflix seems to be taking the summer off, given that they blew their wad early this year with multiple original series premieres. Still, they haven’t forgotten to include at least a few worthy titles this July. This month’s sampling includes two Oscar-nominated pictures, an animated series based …

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  • 7 July

    Movie Review: ‘Baby Driver’ Is a Masterpiece of Music, Action & Speed

    Baby Driver Movie Review

    Edgar Wright is a director where you can feel the blood pumping through all his movies. As Baby Driver opens with a getaway driver awaiting his partners in crime to emerge from a bank, he entertains himself with music on his iPod. But music isn’t just something to passively listen to while sitting in a car. Not for the driver …

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  • 7 July

    Movie Review: ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ Is a Youthful Jolt of Superhero Joy

    Spider-Man: Homecoming Movie Review

    Sony’s third stab at Spider-Man with Spider-Man: Homecoming is a charm. Tom Holland is a Peter Parker that is more plucky, wide-eyed, humorous, conflicted and a pleasure to be around, far from the angst and depression of Andrew Garfield. He exists in a world where the web-slinging hero can foil a simple bike theft, chat with Iron Man and try to …

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June, 2017

  • 27 June

    Trailer: ‘Goodbye Christopher Robin’ Brings Winnie the Pooh to Life

    Goodbye Christopher Robin Movie Trailer

    Release date: October 13, 2017 Studio: Fox Searchlight Pictures Director: Simon Curtis MPAA Rating: PG (for thematic elements, some bullying, war images and brief language) Starring: Domhnall Gleeson, Margot Robbie, Kelly Macdonald, Will Tilston, Stephen Campbell Moore, Alex Lawther, Richard McCabe, Nico Mirallegro, Geraldine Somerville, Phoebe Waller-Bridge “Goodbye Christopher Robin” gives a rare glimpse into the relationship between beloved children’s …

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  • 26 June

    Trailer: The Bellas Go on Tour in ‘Pitch Perfect 3’

    Pitch perfect 3 Trailer

    Release date: December 22, 2017 Studio: Universal Pictures Director: Trish Sie MPAA Rating: N/A Starring: Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson, Britanny Snow, Ruby Rose, John Lithgow, Ester Dean, Kelley Jakle, Hana Mae Lee, Chrissie Fit, Anna Camp, Shelley Regner, DJ Khaled Now graduated from college and out in the real world where it takes more than a cappella to get by, …

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