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‘The Emoji Movie’ Is Hilariously Tanking with the Critics

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Sometimes a movie is so bad, we can’t help but giggle deviously. Why? Because chances are we are sitting on a big fat “I told you so.” That’s definitely the case with The Emoji Movie. Seriously, who thought it was a good idea? If you live in a city where movies are all the rage, chances are you’ve seen those awful …

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Trailer: Jennifer Lawrence Suffers in ‘Mother!’ Teaser

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Release date: September 15, 2017 Studio: Paramount Pictures Director: Darren Aronofsky MPAA Rating: N/A Starring: Jennifer Lawrence, Javier Bardem, Domhnall Gleeson, Michelle Pfeiffer, Ed Harris, Brian Gleeson A couple’s relationship is tested when uninvited guests arrive at their home, disrupting their tranquil existence.  

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The Scene That Made Cate Blanchett Join ‘Thor: Ragnarok’

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Marvel fans are getting supremely excited for Thor: Ragnarok. As the next MCU film on the docket, all eyes are turning towards the colorful Asgardian adventure. It’s got a whole host of stellar actors involved, too. But how did Cate Blanchett wind up on board? Cate Blanchett has won Oscars, but fantasies aren’t exactly out of her wheelhouse. Fans of Lord of …

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Movie Review: ‘Atomic Blonde’ Is a Pretty Mess of Style and Action

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Atomic Blonde begins with setting the stage of 1989 Berlin during the fall of the Berlin Wall, only to spray-paint an X through this passage to proclaim that this isn’t that story. It is and it isn’t, however, in a picture that never really settles into its chaotic and neon groove of an alternative and bombastic spy film. Sometimes it’s …

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Netflix’s 7 August Releases Give a Final Hurrah to Summer

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As we enter into the dog days of summer, you can feel the fun days coming to an end. School will soon be in session, summer hours will be over and the temperatures will start to dip. Before we head into fall, Netflix is giving us one last drop of summer fun with August inclusions of classic sci-fi, recent hits …

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Amy Schumer Reacts to Anne Hathaway Snatching ‘Barbie’ Role

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When Sony first announced they were making a live-action Barbie movie, there was a lot of skepticism. We love Barbie as much as the next former-child, but how in the world could a live-action version of the doll work? Then they said Amy Schumer was going to star, and we got even more confused. Some people love Schumer, some hate …

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‘Thor: Ragnarok’ Is an Improvised, Crazy Masterpiece

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The previous Thor movies were good, but the upcoming Thor: Ragnarok looks like it will blow the other two out of the water. The lighthearted spirit and goofy moments are exactly what the doctor ordered for this series. But how is Marvel explaining the change, especially with Thor himself? According to director Taika Waititi, they simply brought more of actor Chris Hemsworth …

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Watch: The Best Comic-Con Trailers of 2017

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Another Comic-Con has come and gone. Naturally, the movie trailers that made their big debuts were all the rage! Rather than describe to you just how epic they all were, we’re going to just let you watch for yourself. Here are our favorite trailers that premiered at Comic-Con: Thor: Ragnarok   Justice League   Ready Player One   Kingsman: The …

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

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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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