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Movie Review: ‘Annabelle: Creation’ Does Decent Doll Horror

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Dolls have always been pitched as staples of movie horror, but I don’t see the fright in such figures. They’re small, light and fragile enough that you can punch, kick, toss or chuck them a few yards with ease. This is why 2014’s Annabelle was such a lackluster movie by focusing so heavily on a rigid doll that all a …

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Disney to Create Separate Streaming Service for Marvel & Star Wars?

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UPDATE: Earlier this week, Disney revealed that they’d be removing their content from Netflix. However, there’s more to the story. Apparently, they are thinking keeping their own content split up, with separate streaming services for Marvel and Star Wars content. According to Disney CEO Bob Iger, there isn’t a ton of overlap between Disney fans and that other content. For example, kids …

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Disney Ditches Netflix in Favor of Own Streaming Service

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Disney has established itself as one of the biggest cultural institutions around. However, their decision to say sayonara to Netflix sounds like one of Disney’s less wise decisions. There are a lot of television streaming services out there right now, including Amazon Prime and HBO Go. But if viewers had to choose just one to subscribe to, it would be …

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Who Is Skurge in ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ & Why Did He Join the Evil Side?

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Not only will Thor: Ragnarok have a whole new tone, but it will also be introducing a whole slew of new characters. We’ve got Cate Blanchett’s Hela and Tessa Thompson’s Valkyrie. But perhaps the character we still know the least about is Karl Urban’s Skurge. In the trailers, we can see him clearly standing side by side with the villainous Hela. There’s …

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Chris Pratt & Anna Faris Announce Separation after 8-Year Marriage

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Say it ain’t so! One of our favorite Hollywood couples is calling it quits. Chris Pratt and Anna Faris announced that they are now filing for separation. The two were married in 2009 after meeting on the set of Take Me Home Tonight. Three years later, they had a son together named Jack. The pair’s recent announcement states that Jack was …

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Movie Review: ‘Detroit’ Churns with Draining Violence and Racism

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Detroit is the type of film that makes you feel uncomfortable in more ways than one. Yes, it is disheartening and tragic to watch the violence break out in the streets of Detroit during the riots of the 1960s, fueled by fear and racism. It’s also shocking to watch police officers brutally beat and shoot black suspects in cold blood. …

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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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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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