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The Classic Fairytale: Snow White Is Getting a Disney Live-Action Remake

November 2, 2016

The Snow White story has been retold in movie adaptations dozens of times (including earlier this year, when Chris Hemsworth starred in the spinoff The Huntsman: Winter’s War). Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who is the fairest of them all? Snow White may truly take home that honor: The fair princess is the latest Disney […]

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Star Trek Beyond

Movie Review:Star Trek Beyond

July 28, 2016

STAR TREK BEYOND SYNOPSIS Star Trek Beyond, the highly anticipated next installment in the globally popular Star Trek franchise, created by Gene Roddenberry and reintroduced by J.J. Abrams in 2009, returns with director Justin Lin (The Fast and the Furious franchise) at the helm of this epic voyage of the U.S.S. Enterprise and her intrepid […]

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EXCLUSIVE FEATURETTE: 'The Peanuts Movie'

EXCLUSIVE FEATURETTE: ‘The Peanuts Movie’

November 2, 2015

With an introduction from Charles M. Schulz himself, this wonderful Fandango Movieclips exclusive featurette shows your favorite Peanuts characters from their humble beginnings as a black and white comic strip through to their big screen debut in state-of-the-art 3D animation in The Peanuts Movie. Snoopy, Lucy, Peppermint Patty, Linus and the rest of the beloved […]

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A Introduction Of Synopsis by Hal Erickson

A Introduction Of Synopsis by Hal Erickson

October 22, 2015

This is director Frank ‘s classic bittersweet comedy/drama about George Bailey the eternally-in-debt guiding force of a bank in the typical American small town of Bedford Falls. As the film opens, it’s Christmas Eve, 1946, and George, who has long considered himself a failure, faces financial ruin and arrest and is seriously contemplating suicide. High […]

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Film Review: ‘A Ballerina’s Tale’

October 18, 2015

Courtesy of IFC Films Great films about ballet, from “The Red Shoes” to the recent doc “Ballet 422,” have always staged an elegant choreography between form and content, but Nelson George’s documentary about Misty Copeland, the groundbreaking African-American dancer, is disappointingly flat-footed. Over its 75-year history, New York’s prestigious American Ballet Theatre had never promoted […]

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Film Review: ‘Families’

October 17, 2015

Courtesy of Toronto Film Festival An old family estate reveals a fresh family scandal when a globe-trotter decides to revisit the house where he grew up in Jean-Paul Rappeneau’s “Families.” Featuring Mathieu Amalric as a loosely fictionalized version of the fastidious director, this tony character drama marks Rappeneau’s most personal film to date — and […]

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Critical Mass: Bridge of Spies is an old-fashioned thriller at its best

October 16, 2015

It’s a sad commentary on our turbulent geopolitical times that the peak of the Cold War is now viewed with some pangs of nostalgia. In 1957, the globe was split down the middle, with the threat of Soviet and American nukes hanging over every potential crisis and negotiation. Perhaps there was some comfort in the […]

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Crimson Peak Review

Crimson Peak Review

October 14, 2015

Guillermo del Toro tries his elegant best to shake the cobwebs from a musty old genre but still ends up telling a very traditional and predictable haunted house yarn in Crimson Peak. The gifted fantasy/sci-fi/horror specialist has made a film that’s very bloody, and bloody stylish at that, one that’s certainly unequaled in its field […]

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Bryan Cranston wants to play a ‘nasty’ Marvel villain

October 10, 2015

After playing the ruthless, meth-dealing Walter White, Bryan Cranston wants to break bad again — this time, in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. ‘You know what I’d like to do? I’d like to do some big superhero villain in some Marvel classic,’ he told the U.K.’s Metro. But, there’s one casting condition: Cranston wants to play a […]

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Film Review: ‘Miles Ahead’

October 10, 2015

Courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics Don Cheadle flails about trying to channel the spirit of late jazz-trumpeting legend Miles Davis in “Miles Ahead,” a biopic that rejects typical genre conventions to the point of chasing itself down lame, tangential paths. A passion project for its star, who also directed, co-wrote and co-produced the feature, this […]

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Universal Pictures released a new trailer for Hail, Caesar!

Universal Pictures released a new trailer for Hail, Caesar!

October 10, 2015

The new Coen brothers film about Hollywood stars features an all-star Hollywood cast including George Clooney, Scarlett Johansson and Channing Tatum. Hail, Caesar! follows Eddie Mannix (Josh Brolin), a Hollywood fixer tasked with keeping comprimising news about his clients out of the press, but his job becomes more difficult when Baird Whitlock (George Clooney), the […]

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The Final Girls director on how his horror comedy is the new (scary) Pleasantville

October 9, 2015

If you love horror comedies with a nostalgic flair for time-travel classics, you’re in luck.  The Final Girls centers on Max (Taissa Farmiga) and her late mother (Malin Akerman), who was a famous horror star in the 1980s. When Max is drawn into the cinematic world of her mother’s best-known film, the pair must fend off the […]

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