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DC Entertainment’s Upcoming Films: From ‘Aquaman’ to ‘Wonder Woman 2’ and Everything In-Between
The ‘Teen Cobbler’ Will Give Your Tired, Old Sneakers Sole Again
Want to bring back life to your old kicks and be stylish at the same time? There’s a guy from Chicago who can do just that. His name is Joshua ...
These Books Are Must-Reads Before Seeing the Movies in Theaters
Some of us feel there is no difference between reading a book and seeing its movie in theaters. For others, though, it’s a big deal. When translating the written page ...
Review: In What Could Be His Final Film, Daniel Day-Lewis Is Sublime in ‘Phantom Thread’
Three-time Oscar winner Daniel Day-Lewis is meticulously sublime as Reynolds Woodcock in Phantom Thread. A dress designer, he outfits royalty and the elite in 1950s London. Woodcock is an abhorrent character who ...
Review: Tom Hanks, Meryl Streep Bring History to Life in Steven Spielberg’s ‘The Post’
In 1971, The New York Times published what has come to be known as the Pentagon Papers. Officially titled “United States – Vietnam Relations, 1945–1967: A Study Prepared by the Department of Defense,” the ...
Review: ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Delivers With Twists, Turns, and Carrie Fisher
If you could measure the electric anticipation of Star Wars‘ eighth installment, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, it would amount to the feeling of 1,000 lightsabers striking you at once. ...
Review: ‘The Disaster Artist’ Is the Triumph That ‘The Room’ Hoped to Be
In 2001, a man named Tommy Wiseau set his sights on Hollywood, dreaming of becoming a famous movie star. Rejected by agents and the establishment, he took matters into his ...
Movie Review: ‘Justice League’ Doesn’t Really Fly Until Superman’s Return
When we last left Metropolis, Batman took on the Man of Steel until his final Kryptonic breath in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice — or so we thought. But let’s ...
Now You Can Really Have Breakfast at Tiffany’s
Depending on your age, “Breakfast At Tiffany’s” could mean a couple different things. If you’re on the younger side, then you may first think of the band Deep Blue Something, ...
Movie Review: ‘Wonder’ Stands Against Bullying With Wonderful Storytelling
Bullying in school is a very real problem, causing both physical and emotional distress for the victims. Wonder — based on the novel by R.J. Palacio — tells the cautionary tale of ...
Review: Star-Studded Cast Can’t Save ‘Murder On The Orient Express’ From Derailing
Before the films, there was Agatha Christie’s 1984-book, Murder On The Orient Express. The book was touted as one of her greatest mystery novels. The first screen adaptation was in 1974. ...
Exclusive: Director Rob Reiner Discusses the Making of ‘LBJ’
Director Rob Reiner has made movies about presidents before. He directed The American President (1995), but that was purely fiction. Over 20 years later, Reiner has tackled the subject of the leader of ...
Movie Review: ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ Is a Winner and May Be Marvel’s Funniest Movie Yet
In the Marvel Universe, there is an ongoing theme: A hero’s work is never done. Thor, arguably the greatest warrior and son of Odin, has made it his life’s mission over ...
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