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Montana Story movie review & film summary (2022)

Modern audiences will become impatient with the quietness and meditative pace, and the writing is probably a little too schematic in…

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The Northman movie review & film summary (2022)

When Eggers first released “The Witch” his brand of horror was deemed, backhandedly, as “elevated.” The New England filmmaker delivered…

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HBO Max’s Julia is a Charming First Course that Leaves Room for More | TV/Streaming

The pilot opens shortly after the publication of Child’s seminal first cookbook, Mastering the Art of French Cooking. After a…

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SXSW 2022: The Prank, Apollo 10 ½, Bodies Bodies Bodies | Festivals & Awards

In 1969, Young Stan (Milo Coy), is growing up in the shadow of NASA in suburban Houston. Like everyone else,…

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A Song Was Only A Breath Away: Joe Wright on Cyrano | Interviews

Wright discussed cordoning off a picturesque Italian island to film during the pandemic, crafting “Cyrano” with his own significant other,…

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Amazon’s Reacher Reboots and Improves Lee Child’s Hero | TV/Streaming

Reacher finds more space to roam with this eight-episode first season that introduces him as an enigmatic, lone legend, and then…

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Shattered movie review & film summary (2022)

But there’s no getting around the fact that several of the lead performances are stiff to the point of amateurishness…

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Licorice Pizza movie review & film summary (2021)

We haven’t even begun discussing the plot, but then again, the plot isn’t really the point. In the simplest terms,…

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Critics Choice Awards Celebration of Black Cinema & Television to Honor Will Smith, Ruth Negga and More on December 6th | Festivals & Awards

Special Honorees include Halle Berry, who will receive the Career Achievement Award; Anthony Anderson who will receive the Producer Award for Television; Jennifer Hudson will…

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A Choice of Weapons: Inspired by Gordon Parks movie review (2021)

The great achievement of John Maggio’s latest HBO documentary, “A Choice of Weapons: Inspired by Gordon Parks,” is the depth…

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