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By On 20 Sep, 2016 At 11:37 AM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments
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“If I’m innocent, it means that everyone’s vulnerable… And that’s everyone’s nightmare.” Netflix has debuted one more official trailer for the Amanda Knox documentary, which has earned some rave reviews at the Toronto Film Festival earlier this month. Now with extra buzz and extra attention, the doc is getting a strong push before it hits […]


By On 20 Sep, 2016 At 11:36 AM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments
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“She’s with me now, so move on.” This one is for all the short guys out there. This film already hit theaters in France and the UK earlier in the summer, but I just came across this trailer now and it’s quirky and – yes – quite charming. The film is titled (in English) Up […]


By On 20 Sep, 2016 At 11:34 AM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments
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“You’re drunk… You don’t want to say something you’re not going to be able to take back.” Starz Digital has released a trailer for an indie comedy called Flock of Dudes, about a 30-something guy who decides to “break up” with his best buds in order to finally grow up. Chris D’Elia stars as Adam, […]


By On 19 Sep, 2016 At 11:09 AM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments
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It’s never a good time to lose anyone close to you and even worse when the whole world is watching. Every move is watched and scrutinized regardless of context and it’s up to you to put your personal feelings aside and keep moving forward. The astounding new film Jackie focuses on one of the biggest […]


By On 18 Sep, 2016 At 11:04 AM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments
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Jack is back. The BFI have unveiled a brand new trailer for the upcoming UK re-release of the horror classic The Shining, directed by the one-and-only Stanley Kubrick. A full 144-minute digitally restored version of the film will be screening in a few UK cinemas around Halloween – you can find theater listings here. While […]


By On 18 Sep, 2016 At 11:10 AM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments
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An extravagant singing competition brings many different creatures of all kinds together in the animated musical Sing, one of the biggest question marks of this year’s Toronto Film Festival. However, it turned out to be an enormous surprise once the closing credits started rolling. It’s a huge crowd-pleaser and the best family film since Disney’s […]


By On 18 Sep, 2016 At 11:09 AM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments
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“We must isolate and destroy them.” Rialto Pictures has debuted a new trailer for the 50th anniversary 4K restored re-release of the 1966 classic war film The Battle of Algiers, directed by Gillo Pontecorvo. The film presents an accurate historical recreation of the three-year Battle of Algiers, chronicling the escalating terrorism and violence between French […]


By On 17 Sep, 2016 At 11:11 AM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments
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Any verdict on the quality of the actual film aside, Blair Witch is the surprise of the year. It may not be as groundbreaking as when The Blair Witch Project stunned audiences at the 1999 Sundance Film Festival or even when the film stampeded through movie theaters later that summer. The controversy and marketing behind it had something […]


By On 17 Sep, 2016 At 11:10 AM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments
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“I’m ready… I’ve got Bob. He’ll look after me…” Cleopatra Films has debuted a new official US trailer for Roger Spottiswoode’s inspirational film A Street Cat Named Bob, based on the bestselling book about a street musician whose life is changed by an adorable stray cat named Bob. Luke Treadway plays James Bowen, a young […]


By On 17 Sep, 2016 At 11:09 AM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments
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“Without windmills, there would be no Holland.” XLrator Media has debuted the first official trailer for indie horror The Windmill, originally known as The Windmill Massacre, from The Netherlands. The film is about an Australian girl escaping her past visiting The Netherlands, where she ends up on a tourist bus taking people to all the […]


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