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The New Mutants (2020)
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The New Mutants (2020)

Posted  Aug. 28, 2020  by  Justin-Velasquez

After many delays for various reasons, The New Mutants has finally arrived in theaters. This wasn’t a highly anticipated release but based on its terrific first trailer (in 2017!) it promised to be a new type of superhero film ...

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Unhinged (2020)
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Unhinged (2020)

Posted  Aug. 23, 2020  by  Justin-Velasquez

Unhinged is the type of film that should resonate with daily commuters. It’s a road rage thriller pitting a deranged Russell Crowe against a struggling mother who’s juggling her life, her son, her unemployed brother and her divorce ...

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Project Power (2020)
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Project Power (2020)

Posted  Aug. 16, 2020  by  Justin-Velasquez

Directors Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman have been directing together since 2010’s Catfish, the documentary that caused a stir for showcasing deception within social networks. It became such a talked-about movie that “catfishing” is now part of everyday vernacular ...

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Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula (2020)
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Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula (2020)

Posted  Aug. 13, 2020  by  Justin-Velasquez

In 2016, the zombie horror Train to Busan was a surprising hit for director Yeon Sang-ho. It grossed $92.6 million worldwide, including $2.129 million in the United States. Although not nearly at the level of a Marvel tentpole ...

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An American Pickle (2020)
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An American Pickle (2020)

Posted  Aug. 7, 2020  by  Justin-Velasquez

Fresh from a busy 2019 in which he voiced Pumbaa in The Lion King and played a speechwriter to his childhood rush in Long Shot, Seth Rogen returns with a feature that's a little out of character for him ...

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The Sunlit Night (2019)
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The Sunlit Night (2019)

Posted  July 19, 2020  by  Justin-Velasquez

Jenny Slate, who’s made a career winning over viewers with her lovable charm, stars in the comedy-drama The Sunlit Night. Written by Rebecca Dinerstein (who also authored the book of the same name the film was based on) and ...

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Greyhound (2020)
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Greyhound (2020)

Posted  July 12, 2020  by  Justin-Velasquez

Tom Hanks has gone behind the scenes in the past to make movies. The award-winning actor so lovingly wrote and directed the cult favorite That Thing You Do! and Hanks’ creative side has been sprinkled upon many a project ever ...

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Palm Springs (2020)
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Palm Springs (2020)

Posted  July 11, 2020  by  Justin-Velasquez

If ever there was a movie more fitting of today's socail climate, it would be infinite time loop rom-com Palm Springs. Written by Andy Siarra and directed Max Barbakov, Palm Springs co-stars Brookyn Nine-Nine's Andy Samberg and Black ...

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The Painted Bird (2019)
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The Painted Bird (2019)

Posted  June 26, 2020  by  Justin-Velasquez

Nothing can prepare you for Václav Marhoul's The Painted Bird. Made on a budget of roughly $7.3 million, this World War II film is a combination of artistic beauty and moral depravity. Marhoul wrote, produced and directed this ...

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You Should Have Left (2020)
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You Should Have Left (2020)

Posted  June 21, 2020  by  Justin-Velasquez

David Koepp has returned to the director's chair for You Should Have Left, a horror film staring Kevin Bacon and Amanda Seyfried. It is a haunted house story that focuses on Theo (Bacon), a retired banker, and his actress ...

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