• July 17, 2019
‘First Man’ Review: A Gorgeous, But Lifeless Trip To the Moon

‘First Man’ Review: A Gorgeous, But Lifeless Trip To the Moon

On July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong was crowned the first person to step foot about the moon. It was an extraordinary moment in history, an extensive achievement in the Space Race, in addition to a…

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‘Widows’ Review: A sensible, Crowd-Pleasing Heist Thriller

‘Widows’ Review: A sensible, Crowd-Pleasing Heist Thriller

Steve McQueen is often a master of artful, searing dramas about fraught masculinity and suffering. Gillian Flynn enjoys her twisty page-turners?led by complex women carrying the burdens of trauma. The above many not seem like…

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Ethan Hawke Makes His Masterpiece: “Blaze,” a Sundance Favorite, Is sort of Great “Crazy Heart”

Ethan Hawke Makes His Masterpiece: “Blaze,” a Sundance Favorite, Is sort of Great “Crazy Heart”

Ethan Hawke is really a man for all those seasons– actor, director, writer. He’s had a several well earned Oscar nominations, too. I’m always considering what he’s around, and now he’s made his masterpiece. “Blaze,”…

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Crazy Rich Asians Get Richer at Box Office: Will Cross $100 Mil Mark Tonight in US, Already There Worldwide

Crazy Rich Asians Get Richer at Box Office: Will Cross $100 Mil Mark Tonight in US, Already There Worldwide

Except for that excellent “Operation Finale,” this Labor Day weekend is just about holdovers from your summer. Today, “Crazy Rich Asians” will receive a lot richer. Jon M. Chu’s breakout hit will cross the $100…

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‘Game of Thrones’ Wins Best Drama Series at 2018 Emmys

‘Game of Thrones’ Wins Best Drama Series at 2018 Emmys

Game of Thrones?is the sort of show can duck out of your Emmys race 12 months, then swoop within the next similar to an ice dragon, burning the many competition to flecks of dust. Following…

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‘Searching’ Review: John Cho Leads an Inventive Screen Thriller

‘Searching’ Review: John Cho Leads an Inventive Screen Thriller

Given the amount of us are spent online lately, it only feels natural the fact that entirety of Aneesh Chaganty’s Searching is told in the perspective of computer and smartphone screens – irrespective of whether…

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