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(l to r) Ben Kingsley stars as Darwan and Patricia Clarkson as Wendy in Broad Green Pictures upcoming release, LEARNING TO DRIVE.
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Learning to Drive | Movie Review

Performances can make or break a movie, especially when the central conceit does nothing to differentiate it from the pack. Were it not for those good turns by the cast, one would have no real excuse to sit through said picture. This is exactly the situation many will find themselves in with Isab...
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Joey Kern Discusses Bloodsucking Bastards, Directors, and Taking Inspiration From Hardship

Joey Kern just wants to have fun, and he exudes this mentality in conversation as well as on screen in his most recent release Bloodsucking Bastards. With the film releasing today, where he plays a slacker in an office space being overtaken by vampires, Kern is already looking ahead to his full p...

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Actor Chris Mulkey Discusses Why The Surface is an Important Film for Him

Chris Mulkey is a man of all trades. An actor and a musician, the man seems to always be working and never has a lull in his schedule. For Mulkey there’s not role or movie too small for him. He’s appeared in movies like Whiplash, Captain Phillips, Mysterious Skin, and now he’s s...
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New Spectre Poster: Daniel Craig is Armed and Dangerous

While the biggest Bond news of the week seemed to be the argument over whether or not Idris Elba was “too street” to play 007, Sony released another poster on Twitter to remind us that Daniel Craig is still the baddest (and suavest) agent on the planet. James Bond looks armed and dang...

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Phoenix | Movie Review

Phoenix is the best movie of the year so far that isn’t even being talked about. Director Christian Petzold’s fifth film with actress Nina Hoss is profoundly smart without having an extravagant amount of bells and whistles. Usually when a viewer grabs for a Holocaust film they will gravitate towa...
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Jake Johnson and Steve Berg Talk Joe Swanberg’s Digging for Fire

Jake Johnson has grown a lot since his days as the love interest on New Girl. He’s starred in one of the biggest blockbusters of all time and has also collaborated with one of the most stripped down directors working right now, Joe Swanberg. Swanberg is a pioneer of a movement called “...

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Alamo Drafthouse Recommends Peace Officer

The Alamo Drafthouse theater chain has become known for highlighting some of the best cinema has to offer with its “Drafthouse Recommends” series. Entries in the past include Spring Breakers, Boyhood, It Follows, and last year’s Best Picture winner Birdman; all of which were included in our best ...
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My All American Trailer Bleeds Orange

My All American is based on the true story of University of Texas Longhorn Freddie Steinmark and his journey to play football. Jim Dent wrote the novel Courage Beyond the Game: The Freddie Steinmark Story, and adapted by writer/director Angelo Pizzo  (Rudy, Hoosiers). Finn Wittrock (All My Childr...

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Sicario Releases Two New Featurettes

Denis Villeneuve‘s new crime drama has a lot of people amped up for its release. The Sicario production team has released 2 bonus clips for fans anxious to see Emily Blunt, Josh Brolin, and other stars kick bad guy butt. The first clip is a one-minute scene from the movie that showcases the...
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Get Your Geek On: The Code

Ever get the feeling there’s something greater at play in the world than just the same old every day you have planned? Maybe you bump into a woman outside a coffee shop and in spite of her knocking your expertly crafted mocha green tea chai thingy all over your Tommy Bahama, you marry her and [&h...