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Rent & Watch ‘Hacksaw Ridge’ on Redbox – Release Date

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Waiting for Hacksaw Ridge to hit Redbox? It’s coming soon! It’s almost time to get Oscar nominee Hacksaw Ridge at Redbox for just $1.99. Hacksaw Ridge hit theaters over the holidays. That’s a crazy time of year, so thankfully it’s coming to Redbox. So don’t worry if you missed Mel Gibson’s latest war movie over the holidays. You can rent Hacksaw …

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Oscar Nominations Packed with Music, Manchester & Moonlight

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Awards season is in full swing, but the biggest honor of the season has yet to come. The Oscars are approaching! Though other awards shows are fine and dandy, the Oscars are the true Olympic ceremonies of Hollywood. The SAG Awards, the Emmys and the Golden Globes can all be decent predictors of who will win big at the Oscars. …

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The 10 Best Movies of 2016: Aliens, Westerns & Talking Bears, Oh My!

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The year of 2016 brought about many wildly different movies. We enjoyed the pitch-perfect satire of Deadpool tearing apart the superhero genre, only for the genre to tumble down with the abysmal Batman v Superman and the blandly routine X-Men: Apocalypse. There was hope for video game movies with The Angry Birds Movie, only to be dashed with Warcraft and …

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Star Wars Swashbuckler ‘Rogue One’ Blasts into Earnings Top Spot

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No surprise which movie blasted its way to the top of the revenue lists over the weekend. Despite the publicity push for the Oscar-bound Emma Stone, Ryan Gosling musical La La Land, U.S. audiences went in droves to see the latest Star Wars swashbuckler Rogue One, the well-reviewed eighth movie in the series begun by George Lucas in 1977. Called …

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‘Moana’ Out-Muscles ‘Fantastic Beasts’ in Weekend Revenue Race

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Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them had another bountiful week at U.S. theaters – with a take of $45.1 million – but the latest from the world of witches and wizards was muscled out of the No. 1 slot with the release of Disney animation Moana, starring Dwayne Johnson as the ripped shapeshifting demi-god Maui. Moana took in $55.5 …

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‘Fantastic Beasts’ Lands at #1 with $75 Million Weekend

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J.K. Rowling’s Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them scalded the competition over the weekend in U.S. theaters, earning a solid $75 million (right on the nose) in domestic theaters and raking in $143.3 million in international theaters. That gave the post-Harry Potter startup a healthy $218.3 million take Thursday through Sunday, allowing Warner Bros. to turn a profit in …

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5 Mel Gibson Directed Movies to Watch Now – Including ‘Hacksaw Ridge’

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Love him or hate him, there’s no denying that Mel Gibson has at least one redeemable quality–he directs great movies. His latest film Hacksaw Ridge has been a success with the critics despite having a mediocre opening weekend at the box office. Right now, it’s got an 86% critic approval rating on RottenTomatoes.com and a 96% fan approval rating. Mel Gibson’s Hacksaw …

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Doctor Strange Jumps to Quick Start, Earning $84.9M Over Weekend

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Three newcomers clamored to the top of the weekend’s revenue list, pushing Tyler Perry’s Boo! A Madea Halloween off its two-week stint at No. 1. Replacing that at No. 1 is Doctor Strange, a Marvel escapade distributed by Disney that finally put some real numbers on the board, earning $84.9 million in its first three days of release. That put …

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Movie Review: ‘Hacksaw Ridge’ Booms with Brutality, Faith and Pacifism

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Hacksaw Ridge is brutal, emotional and poignant. Read our full movie review to get the details: As I watched Mel Gibson’s Hacksaw Ridge in a packed theater, the reaction was similar to that of The Passion of the Christ. The audience and I were on the edge of our seats, wincing with each explosion/gunshot and gasping at the aftermath. One woman …

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