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By On 30 Jan, 2016 At 11:04 AM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments
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This documentary is freakier than most horror movies. Tickled is not really a documentary about tickling, even though it is a documentary about tickling. Produced out of New Zealand, this entertaining and egaging documentary (co-directed by David Farrier and Dylan Reeve) follows Kiwi pop culture journalist David Farrier as he investigates a company that films […]


By On 29 Jan, 2016 At 11:21 AM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments
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“How did I get into this?!” EuropaCorp has unveiled a teaser trailer for a comedy called Nine Lives, which is a funky body switch film where Kevin Spacey ends up inside of a cat named Mr. Fuzzypants. The whole point is that Kevin Spacey plays a businessman who doesn’t care enough about his family, and […]


By On 29 Jan, 2016 At 11:19 AM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments
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“We can find our way home – we are descended from the mighty wolf. We have raw primal instincts that are moments away from leading us home.” Universal has released another brand new, full-length trailer for Illumination Entertainment’s upcoming animated movie The Secret Life of Pets, about what your pets do when you leave for […]


By On 28 Jan, 2016 At 11:50 AM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments
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There’s no doubt about it – this is a film you’re going to either love or hate. Swiss Army Man is one of the 2016 Sundance Film Festival’s most divisive films, with some of my fellow critics walking out before they could even finish it. The film is unquestionably unique, I’ve never seen anything like […]


By On 28 Jan, 2016 At 11:49 AM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments
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Now this film is a true classic! The BFI (British Film Institute) has announced a digitally restored re-release of Abel Gance’s 1920’s epic Napoleon, about the French conqueror. This project has been in the works for 50 years, with Academy Award-winning film historian Kevin Brownlow traveling the world collecting old prints of Gance’s Napoleon in […]


By On 28 Jan, 2016 At 11:48 AM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments
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“Your dad is a good man. He’s got some demons, but you know, we all do.” Lionsgate has debuted a trailer for the comedy The Confirmation, written/directed by Bob Nelson. It stars Clive Owen as an alcoholic, down-on-his-luck carpenter who must take care of his eight-year-old son Anthony, played by Jaeden Lieberher, while his mother […]


By On 28 Jan, 2016 At 11:47 AM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments
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“Cinema as the stuff dreams are made of…” Strand Releasing has unveiled an official US trailer for Thai director Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s latest film Cemetery of Splendor, which has been playing at film festivals since last year. It premiered at the Cannes Film Festival, played at TIFF and the New York, Busan, Vancouver and Denver Film […]


By On 28 Jan, 2016 At 11:45 AM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments
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As Aristotle once explained, every story is either a tragedy or a comedy. This film is a tragedy – in the true sense of that word. It’s very depressing, and sad, but depressing in a good way, if that’s possible to imagine. I say that because it captures some very beautiful, intimate moments of connection […]


By On 27 Jan, 2016 At 11:28 AM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments
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It’s time to rise up, to revolt, and to inspire real change. The Birth of a Nation is the feature directorial debut of actor Nate Parker, who has been working on this project for the last seven years. Parker writes, directs, produces and stars in this cinematic story of Nat Turner, a real-life slave in […]


By On 27 Jan, 2016 At 11:26 AM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments
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There’s nothing like great music that makes you so happy you want to get up and dance. The latest film from John Carney, the Irish director who broke out with the musical Once at Sundance in 2007, is called Sing Street and it’s utterly joyful. It’s almost an Irish version of School of Rock amped […]


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