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THE HUSTLE IMDb Dir: Chris Addison Starring Anne Hathaway, Rebel Wilson, Alex Sharp, Dean Norris, Ingrid Oliver 1.5 STARS (out of 5) Ever seen a movie that you feel.. One News Page Staff - Published
You don’t need any prior knowledge in order to be wowed by Céline Sciamma’s “Portrait of a Lady on Fire,” a visually ravishing period drama that premiered on Sunday in Cannes.
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Prince and Blanket Jackson launch new YouTube show Prince and Blanket Jackson sons of Michael Jackson have started their own YouTube series. The brothers have teamed up for a movie review show on the..
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Fresh off of graduating from college, Prince Jackson has joined his brother in launching a YouTube show. The movie review show is hosted by Jackson, brother Bigi (formerly known as "Blanket") and their..
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Karan Johar's multi-starrer, mega-budget "Kalank" may have registered 2019's biggest opening day collection by garnering Rs 21.60 crore, but viewers took to the social media with a sea of memes taking..
Thinking about seeing a movie this weekend, but are afraid it won't be worth your time or money? Well, we have you covered! Ryan Jay, a nationally syndicated radio film critic and entertainment guru,..
The key word in all the advance talk about Terrence Malick’s “A Hidden Life” has been linear. The film, which premiered on Sunday at the Cannes Film Festival, was supposed to mark the reclusive.. The Wrap - Published
Forget VR, pay no mind to 3-D and don’t even think about introducing a new frame rate — the most immersive film experience of the year can be found in “The Lighthouse,” a throwback.. The Wrap - Published
In the opening scene of Werner Herzog’s new feature “Family Romance, LLC,” a well-dressed, slightly nervous-looking man stops a 12-year old girl in Tokyo and explains that he’s her father, who.. The Wrap - Published
When Corneliu Porumboiu began making films in Romania just after the turn of the century, we knew what Romanian cinema was like — or, at least, we knew what the branch that came to be known as the.. The Wrap - Published
After touching on financial precarity with “Sorry We Missed You,” social unrest with “Les Miserables” and refugee plight with “Atlantics,” the Cannes Film Festival put current issues on.. The Wrap - Published
If two hours of sado-masochistic 18^thcentury sex doesn’t sound like a European art film to you, then you haven’t been to Cannes this year.
There is a lot to think about in “Liberte,” by.. The Wrap - Published
Danielle Lessovitz’s “Port Authority” is a coming-of-age story for the “Pose” and “RuPaul’s Drag Race” era. Set in New York City’s LBGT ball scene in the current day, the film, which.. The Wrap - Published
Art imitates life in Pedro Almodóvar’s “Pain and Glory,” which screened in competition at the Cannes Film Festival on Friday evening. Or maybe it’s more accurate to say that the iconic Spanish.. The Wrap - Published
Little out of the ordinary goes down in “The Climb.” Friends bicker and bond, families meet for the holidays, couples join together and come apart – the wheels of life keeps spinning.
So the.. The Wrap - Published
“Fear can affect our perception of reality,” says an inquisitive shrink about halfway through “Little Joe,” Jessica Hausner’s highbrow horticulture horror flick (say that three times fast).. The Wrap - Published
A much better title for the squishily disappointing new bio-flick, “Tolkien” would be “Bored of the Rings.” Gee, I wish I’d made that up myself, but it’s stolen from a National Lampoon.. bizjournals - Published
In Eddie Alcazar’s debut feature “Perfect,” beautiful nymph-like models lounge around a Lautner house digitally transported into a waterfall fantasy land, and not a whole lot seems to mean.. The Wrap - Published
A hand-drawn hand stars in French director Jérémy Clapin’s engrossingly lyrical debut, “I Lost My Body,” a life-affirming work of graphic poetry that stands as the sole animated selection at.. The Wrap - Published
“This isn’t going to end well,” Adam Driver says more than once in “The Dead Don’t Die,” the Jim Jarmusch zombie movie that opened the Cannes Film Festival on Tuesday. And when Ken.. The Wrap - Published
Well, never mind those “Bohemian Rhapsody” comparisons. The Elton John musical “Rocketman,” which premiered to a thunderous ovation at the Cannes Film Festival on Thursday night, may be the.. The Wrap - Published
As has become longstanding Cannes tradition, festivalgoers are more likely to refer to a film by the director’s name than by its own title. That’s why you won’t hear as much talk about.. The Wrap - Published
In Stacie Passon’s dynamic directorial debut “Concussion” (the lesbian one, not the Will Smith one), a housewife breaks free of her suburban bubble by taking on sex work in the city. With her.. The Wrap - Published
In a lot of ways, the Cannes Film Festival premiere of “For Sama” should have felt like nothing new. After all, the film had premiered in March at the South by Southwest Film Festival and also.. The Wrap - Published
In British auteur Joanna Hogg’s exquisitely composed fourth feature “The Souvenir” — winner of the Grand Jury Prize in the World Cinema Dramatic competition — a beguiling layer of innocence.. The Wrap - Published
Stefon Bristol’s debut feature “See You Yesterday,” which has Spike Lee as one of its producers, revolves around the ingenuity of two 16-year-old friends, Claudette (Eden Duncan-Smith, “Roxanne.. The Wrap - Published
Last July, the city of Paris echoed with cries of joy as thousands upon thousands took to the streets to celebrate their country’s World Cup victory over Croatia. The moment of social unity did not.. The Wrap - Published
“The Sun Is Also a Star,” was so painfully close to being an enjoyable experience. I should have felt swept up in Ry Russo-Young’s romantic drama about two interesting young characters from.. The Wrap - Published
A perpetually alarming issue that merits interminable outrage, wrongful convictions are not news in this country. Innocent people accused of a crime, or at least individuals not dutifully proven guilty.. The Wrap - Published
In the midst of superhero dominance at the cinema, Keanu Reeves and his stunt pals Chad Stahelski and David Leitch, along with screenwriter Derek Kolstad, launched an original action franchise based on.. Lainey Gossip - Published
Nobody has ever accused Jim Jarmusch of coming in hot, pushing too hard or even breaking a sweat, and more than 30 years into his career, the idiosyncratic director isn’t likely to start today.
If.. The Wrap - Published
In the last few years, we have seen several gender-swapped remakes of movies, and the latest is The Hustle, starring Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson. It’s a gender-swapped version of Bedtime Story.. Lainey Gossip - Published
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POKEMON DETECTIVE PIKACHU IMDb Dir: Rob Letterman Starring Ryan Reynolds, Justice Smith, Kathryn Newton, Suki Waterhouse, Omar Chaparro, Chris Geere, Ken Watanabe, Bill Nighy.. One News Page Staff - Published
“John Wick” movies are shameless yet rules-bound, littered with killings but bejeweled with old-world niceties. Director Chad Stahelski’s third installment in the R-rated franchise of.. The Wrap - Published
Well this is a letdown. After a wildly weird, confusingly promising trailer, Detective Pikachu is a bust. Well, a qualified bust, because six year olds and/or super enthusiastic Pokemon fans will.. Lainey Gossip - Published