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At just 15 years old, actress Mackenzie Foy has already carved out a solid resume thanks to her work in two Twilight films and her standout turn in Christopher Nolan’s sci-fi epic Interstellar. Foy spent four years voicing the “little girl” in the upcoming animated feature The Little Prince which premieres on Netflix August [...]


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Nichelle Nichols broke television ground with her work as Uhura the Star Trek series and its subsequent films and now Zoe Saldana is continuing that character’s inspiring journey. During the press conference, Saldana talked about the evolution of Uhura and how her initial breakup with Spock (Zachary Quinto) is a pivotal chapter in the character’s [...]


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Drug stories or even tales about Pablo Escobar (i.e. Narcos and Escobar: Paradise Lost) are at an all-time high, and now The Infiltrator enters that universe with the true story of federal agent Robert “Bob” Mazur’s (Bryan Cranston) attempts to [...]


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Have you ever been invited to a wedding where you’re at the bottom of the invitation totem pole? In Table 19, Eloise (Anna Kendrick) is the ex-maid of honor who’s relegated to the last table at the reception after being dumped via text by the best man! Joining her at “table 19″ are various castoffs [...]


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Time and time again, Viggo Mortensen absolutely delivers as an actor, and his latest film Captain Fantastic is no different. The story centers on Ben Cash (Mortensen), a free thinking man who’s raised his six children in the wilderness. When tragedy strikes, he takes his family back to suburbia where a culture clash ensues.

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Relatively ignored during its theatrical run, the underrated film The Family Fang marks Jason Bateman’s sophomore effort as a director, and it’s an even funnier film than his debut feature Bad Words.

Annie and Baxter Fang (Nicole Kidman, Jason Bateman) are [...]


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In a diverse and celebrated acting career that includes an Oscar nod for last year’s Trumbo and four Emmys for Breaking Bad, Bryan Cranston obviously knows a thing or two about acting. His latest film The Infiltrator centers on the true story of U.S. customs agent Robert Mazur’s (Cranston) attempts to take down Colombian drug [...]


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[caption id="attachment_83900" align="alignleft" width="350" caption="Susanna White (dir.)/Our Kind of Traitor. (CR: Jaap Buitendijk)"][/caption]

The oft-used phrase “no good deed goes unpunished” applies to the lead character in Our Kind of Traitor, the story of a poetics professor named Perry (a subdued yet effective Ewan McGregor) whose attempts to help his new Russian friend Dima (Stellan Skarsgård) [...]


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Whether it’s a family friendly film about a giant (The BFG) or watching Tarzan swing from tree to tree (The Legend of Tarzan), there is a plethora of high profile films coming out this week. But if you’re in the mood for smaller, more intimate fare, the documentary Life, Animated should do the trick.

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Now out on Blu-ray via Cohen Media Group, Rams is an Icelandic film that grabs you from the opening shot and refuses to let go. The film, however, doesn’t seduce with quick cutting and flashy action sequences, as the story of two brothers living on a secluded Iceland property may actually seem, upon first blush, [...]


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