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17 of the Most Fetch Back-to-School Movies

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Back-to-School Movies It’s back to school time! Tragically, that means summer is coming to an end. On the other hand, that doesn’t mean we can’t have some fun celebrating the impending school year with some of our favorite back-to-school movies. Whether our favorite back to school movies are set in the mean halls of a high school or a rowdy frat …

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Screenwriters of ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ Enter Final Negotiations for Sequel

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If it’s not broken, why fix it? Spider-Man: Homecoming was an overall success, which is why Marvel decided to hire back screenwriters Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers for the sequel. Spider-Man: Homecoming came out in July of 2017. It was a pretty highly-anticipated movie because it was the first time Marvel was allowed to use the character after Sony held the rights to …

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Beyonce in Talks to Create Next James Bond Theme Song

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Now that Daniel Craig FINALLY caved in to being James Bond once more, it’s time to get the production show on the road. Of course, it wouldn’t be Bond without iconic theme songs. And who better to make something iconic than Beyonce? Supposedly, Beyonce is in talks to make the next title track for the James Bond series. According to …

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Movie Review: ‘The Trip to Spain’ Is a Third Helping of Casual Comedic Gold

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It occurred to me while watching The Trip to Spain that Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon are the most natural of funny British actors. Even though they’re essentially playing semi-fictional depictions of themselves in the Trip movie series, there’s a grace to their comedic banter and frustrating plights that rings too true. The filmmakers could tell me this was a …

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Rent & Watch ‘Baywatch’ on Redbox – Release Date

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Baywatch Redbox Release Admit it–you’ve been secretly dying to see Baywatch. Maybe you didn’t want to shell out the money to see Baywatch in theaters, but you’d totally pick it up from Redbox. Lucky for you, Baywatch is coming to Redbox soon! Baywatch started out as a television show back in the late 1980s and early 1990s. It became a …

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Morgan Freeman to Receive SAG Lifetime Achievement Award in 2018

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Some people consider Morgan Freeman to basically be God. His role as God in Bruce Almighty helps with that reputation, but there’s no denying Freeman is one of the most talented actors around. That’s why the Screen Actors Guild will be honoring him with their Lifetime Achievement Award. The SAG Awards don’t take place until January, but the union always unveils …

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Rent & Watch ‘Wonder Woman’ on Redbox – Release Date

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Wonder Woman Redbox Release Date Wonder Woman took over the box office this summer, and for good reason. Now, we want to catch the super-powered hero in action again. That means we’re heading to Redbox to rent and watch Wonder Woman over and over again! Wonder Woman landed at theaters this past June, which means it’s high time for a Redbox …

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Rent & Watch ‘Dunkirk’ on Redbox – Release Date

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Dunkirk Redbox Release Christopher Nolan is one of the best directors of the age. That’s why Dunkirk is one of the most highly-anticipated Redbox releases of the year! Dunkirk is still in theaters, but fans who want to watch it again or from the comfort of their own homes are anxiously awaiting the Redbox release. Sadly, the wait is indefinite. …

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Movie Review: ‘Menashe’ Is a Yiddish Masterpiece of Single Fatherhood

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The story is familiar, but the world is rarely seen in movies and entirely in Yiddish. Menashe (Menashe Lustig) is a portly Hasidic Jew that has recently lost his wife. His ten-year-old son Rieven is taken out of his custody as the Orthodox Jewish community believes he is not fit to care for him without a wife in the apartment …

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