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Destined to be one of this year’s top Oscar contenders, Mudbound is an ambitious and beautifully rendered epic about two Mississippi families whose lives intersect in a 1940s world of violence, racism, and abiding love. Directed and co-written by Dee Rees, the film takes its cue from Hillary Jordan’s acclaimed debut novel but forges a [...]


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The Nativity story has been told time and time again through cinema, but The Star offers a comedic and animated version of the story, with Gina Rodriguez (Jane the Virgin) lending her voice as Mary.

Rodriguez, who admitted to laughing “hysterically” five pages into The Star’s screenplay, had a [...]


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With works such as the recently releaesd Netflix thriller Wheelman and Kingdom, Frank Grillo’s career is at an all-time high. If you love genre filmmaking with an outlandish plot, Grillo’s upcoming feature Beyond Skyline might be your cup of tea.

Directed by Liam O’Donnell, Beyond Skyline centers on Mark Corley (Grillo), a Los Angeles detective who [...]


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Filmmaker Woody Allen’s latest New York story is set in 1950s Coney Island, as Wonder Wheel centers on a waitress named Ginny (Kate Winslet) who’s trapped in a loveless marriage with a carousel operator (Jim Belushi). Justin Timberlake plays Mickey, a lifeguard and wannabe playwright who seemingly offers Ginny a way out of her melancholy [...]


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Gilmore Girls creator Amy Sherman-Palladino may have another acclaimed hit in her arsenal with The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. The story centers on a Jewish housewife named Miriam “Midge” Maisel (Rachel Brosnahan from 2016’s Burn Country) who embarks on a stand-up comedy career after her husband (Michael Zegan) leaves her for another woman. The 1950 set [...]


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The animated film Coco centers on Miguel (Anthony Gonzalez), a youth who dreams of becoming a celebrated musician like his idol Ernesto de la Cruz (Benjamin Bratt). Through a mysterious series of events, Miguel travels through the Land of the Dead where he meets a trickster named H├ęctor (Gael Garcia Bernal) [...]


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Animated filmmaker Nick Park, a four time Oscar winner whose credits include Wallace and Gromit and Chicken Run, heads to the Stone Age with his latest feature Early Man.

The narrative centers on Dug (Eddie Redmayne), a caveman who’s part of a group of rabbit hunters. When a malevolent ruler (Tom Hiddleston) invades [...]


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Kenneth Branagh doesn’t mind taking on literary giants, and now he’s in Agatha Christie territory with Murder on the Orient Express. Directing the film and starring as Hercule Poirot was a creative challenge for the filmmaker, and he definitely wanted to bring a different take to the 1974 version.

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Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg have collaborated on acclaimed projects that have spotlighted various facets of U.S. history (most recently with 2015’s Bridge of Spies), and now they’re back to spotlight the Washington Post’s battle to publish the Pentagon Papers in 1971. This film, which will probably make a wonderful bookend to the cinematic [...]


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Based on R.J. Palacio’s 2012 novel, Wonder centers on a young boy named Auggie (Jacob Tremblay) whose facial differences has kept him away from school for most of his life. Spending a considerable time in hospitals as well as being home schooled (Julia Roberts and Owen Wilson play his parents), Auggie gives school a shot [...]


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