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Rolling Stone Movie News
Jun 18, 2018

Watch Tiffany Haddish Spoof 'Black Panther' at MTV Movie Awards


The genesis of Dynasty begins not in Denver, Colorado, in January of 1981, but out in Dallas, Texas, in the spring of 1980. That's when primetime soap Dallas put a bullet in its dastardly lead character and "Who Shot J.R.?" fever took off not just in the United States, but all over the world. ABC wanted a piece of that audience, so the king of TV producers, Aaron Spelling, took on Richard and Esther Shapiro's idea of another oil-rich family with another morally vacant patriarch: Blake Carrington. Actor George Peppard was originally cast in the role, but bowed out - reportedly because he didn't want to play a bad guy every week on national TV. The part was re-cast, this time with John Forsythe who came into the character with a directive: he wasn't going to ...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
Jun 18, 2018

'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom' Review: Welcome to Steaming Dino Poop


The genesis of Dynasty begins not in Denver, Colorado, in January of 1981, but out in Dallas, Texas, in the spring of 1980. That's when primetime soap Dallas put a bullet in its dastardly lead character and "Who Shot J.R.?" fever took off not just in the United States, but all over the world. ABC wanted a piece of that audience, so the king of TV producers, Aaron Spelling, took on Richard and Esther Shapiro's idea of another oil-rich family with another morally vacant patriarch: Blake Carrington. Actor George Peppard was originally cast in the role, but bowed out - reportedly because he didn't want to play a bad guy every week on national TV. The part was re-cast, this time with John Forsythe who came into the character with a directive: he wasn't going to ...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
Jun 18, 2018

Will Ferrell to Star in Netflix Music Comedy Film 'Eurovision'


The genesis of Dynasty begins not in Denver, Colorado, in January of 1981, but out in Dallas, Texas, in the spring of 1980. That's when primetime soap Dallas put a bullet in its dastardly lead character and "Who Shot J.R.?" fever took off not just in the United States, but all over the world. ABC wanted a piece of that audience, so the king of TV producers, Aaron Spelling, took on Richard and Esther Shapiro's idea of another oil-rich family with another morally vacant patriarch: Blake Carrington. Actor George Peppard was originally cast in the role, but bowed out - reportedly because he didn't want to play a bad guy every week on national TV. The part was re-cast, this time with John Forsythe who came into the character with a directive: he wasn't going to ...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
Jun 15, 2018

'Gotti' Review: A Mobster Biopic That Deserves to Get Whacked

In trivia of the personally strange, I tend to gravitate to documentaries on Steve McQueen, as I've watched the one where McQueen labored over years to get his Le Mans film made, and I've also seen the one that examines why McQueen was so charismatic and his life with remembrances by his son Chad. I didn't know what to expect from Steve McQueen: American Icon, but it wasn't without intrigue.There was a point late in McQueen's life that he had discovered spirituality and faith and his love of Jesus Christ. Yes, THAT Steve McQueen! And American Icon spends some exploratory time diving into that period in his life, but this is spent near the end of the 80-minute film, after the film has hit touchstones...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
Jun 14, 2018

Nick Offerman: My 5 Favorite Dad-Rock Songs

In trivia of the personally strange, I tend to gravitate to documentaries on Steve McQueen, as I've watched the one where McQueen labored over years to get his Le Mans film made, and I've also seen the one that examines why McQueen was so charismatic and his life with remembrances by his son Chad. I didn't know what to expect from Steve McQueen: American Icon, but it wasn't without intrigue.There was a point late in McQueen's life that he had discovered spirituality and faith and his love of Jesus Christ. Yes, THAT Steve McQueen! And American Icon spends some exploratory time diving into that period in his life, but this is spent near the end of the 80-minute film, after the film has hit touchstones...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
Jun 14, 2018

'Tag' Review: This All-Over-the-Place Manchild Comedy Isn't Quite 'It'

In trivia of the personally strange, I tend to gravitate to documentaries on Steve McQueen, as I've watched the one where McQueen labored over years to get his Le Mans film made, and I've also seen the one that examines why McQueen was so charismatic and his life with remembrances by his son Chad. I didn't know what to expect from Steve McQueen: American Icon, but it wasn't without intrigue.There was a point late in McQueen's life that he had discovered spirituality and faith and his love of Jesus Christ. Yes, THAT Steve McQueen! And American Icon spends some exploratory time diving into that period in his life, but this is spent near the end of the 80-minute film, after the film has hit touchstones...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
Jun 13, 2018

Watch Terrifying New Trailer for 'The Conjuring' Spinoff 'The Nun'
:Beyond The Seventh Door is an exploitation film without parallel. Off the top, there's the title, evoking several different movies. If you were stoned and looking for a good horror movie in Ye Olde Mon N' Pop video store, this title would ring several bells, without actually being any of those bells. Nowadays if you're stoned and looking for that 80s SOV horror masterpiece that served as the inspiration for the Saw series, this would not be it (but it's close). If you want the worst mildly weirdest, weirdly mildest, coke-fueled $2000 two-actor movie, you've come to the right place. Beyond The Seventh Door tells the tale of some freaky Patagonian version of Benicio Del Toro, an ex-con who's wrongly convinced that this hot 80s chick loves him and wants him to accompany her into an Angeleno castle where they'll find a million bucks for th...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
Jun 13, 2018

See Tim Burton's Live-Action Remake of Disney's 'Dumbo' in New Trailer
:Beyond The Seventh Door is an exploitation film without parallel. Off the top, there's the title, evoking several different movies. If you were stoned and looking for a good horror movie in Ye Olde Mon N' Pop video store, this title would ring several bells, without actually being any of those bells. Nowadays if you're stoned and looking for that 80s SOV horror masterpiece that served as the inspiration for the Saw series, this would not be it (but it's close). If you want the worst mildly weirdest, weirdly mildest, coke-fueled $2000 two-actor movie, you've come to the right place. Beyond The Seventh Door tells the tale of some freaky Patagonian version of Benicio Del Toro, an ex-con who's wrongly convinced that this hot 80s chick loves him and wants him to accompany her into an Angeleno castle where they'll find a million bucks for th...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
Jun 12, 2018

'Superfly' Review: Remake of Blaxploitation Classic Only Hustles Itself
:Beyond The Seventh Door is an exploitation film without parallel. Off the top, there's the title, evoking several different movies. If you were stoned and looking for a good horror movie in Ye Olde Mon N' Pop video store, this title would ring several bells, without actually being any of those bells. Nowadays if you're stoned and looking for that 80s SOV horror masterpiece that served as the inspiration for the Saw series, this would not be it (but it's close). If you want the worst mildly weirdest, weirdly mildest, coke-fueled $2000 two-actor movie, you've come to the right place. Beyond The Seventh Door tells the tale of some freaky Patagonian version of Benicio Del Toro, an ex-con who's wrongly convinced that this hot 80s chick loves him and wants him to accompany her into an Angeleno castle where they'll find a million bucks for th...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
Jun 12, 2018

'Hereditary': Inside the Making of a Modern Horror Classic
:Beyond The Seventh Door is an exploitation film without parallel. Off the top, there's the title, evoking several different movies. If you were stoned and looking for a good horror movie in Ye Olde Mon N' Pop video store, this title would ring several bells, without actually being any of those bells. Nowadays if you're stoned and looking for that 80s SOV horror masterpiece that served as the inspiration for the Saw series, this would not be it (but it's close). If you want the worst mildly weirdest, weirdly mildest, coke-fueled $2000 two-actor movie, you've come to the right place. Beyond The Seventh Door tells the tale of some freaky Patagonian version of Benicio Del Toro, an ex-con who's wrongly convinced that this hot 80s chick loves him and wants him to accompany her into an Angeleno castle where they'll find a million bucks for th...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
Jun 12, 2018

'Incredibles 2' Review: Pixar Sequel Is Both Super and Subversive
:Beyond The Seventh Door is an exploitation film without parallel. Off the top, there's the title, evoking several different movies. If you were stoned and looking for a good horror movie in Ye Olde Mon N' Pop video store, this title would ring several bells, without actually being any of those bells. Nowadays if you're stoned and looking for that 80s SOV horror masterpiece that served as the inspiration for the Saw series, this would not be it (but it's close). If you want the worst mildly weirdest, weirdly mildest, coke-fueled $2000 two-actor movie, you've come to the right place. Beyond The Seventh Door tells the tale of some freaky Patagonian version of Benicio Del Toro, an ex-con who's wrongly convinced that this hot 80s chick loves him and wants him to accompany her into an Angeleno castle where they'll find a million bucks for th...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
Jun 11, 2018

'Jurassic Park' at 25: How Spielberg's Dinos-Run-Wild Blockbuster Changed the Game
:Beyond The Seventh Door is an exploitation film without parallel. Off the top, there's the title, evoking several different movies. If you were stoned and looking for a good horror movie in Ye Olde Mon N' Pop video store, this title would ring several bells, without actually being any of those bells. Nowadays if you're stoned and looking for that 80s SOV horror masterpiece that served as the inspiration for the Saw series, this would not be it (but it's close). If you want the worst mildly weirdest, weirdly mildest, coke-fueled $2000 two-actor movie, you've come to the right place. Beyond The Seventh Door tells the tale of some freaky Patagonian version of Benicio Del Toro, an ex-con who's wrongly convinced that this hot 80s chick loves him and wants him to accompany her into an Angeleno castle where they'll find a million bucks for th...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
Jun 11, 2018

50 Greatest Comedies of the 21st Century
:Beyond The Seventh Door is an exploitation film without parallel. Off the top, there's the title, evoking several different movies. If you were stoned and looking for a good horror movie in Ye Olde Mon N' Pop video store, this title would ring several bells, without actually being any of those bells. Nowadays if you're stoned and looking for that 80s SOV horror masterpiece that served as the inspiration for the Saw series, this would not be it (but it's close). If you want the worst mildly weirdest, weirdly mildest, coke-fueled $2000 two-actor movie, you've come to the right place. Beyond The Seventh Door tells the tale of some freaky Patagonian version of Benicio Del Toro, an ex-con who's wrongly convinced that this hot 80s chick loves him and wants him to accompany her into an Angeleno castle where they'll find a million bucks for th...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
Jun 08, 2018

See Ryan Gosling as Neil Armstrong in New 'First Man' Trailer
:Beyond The Seventh Door is an exploitation film without parallel. Off the top, there's the title, evoking several different movies. If you were stoned and looking for a good horror movie in Ye Olde Mon N' Pop video store, this title would ring several bells, without actually being any of those bells. Nowadays if you're stoned and looking for that 80s SOV horror masterpiece that served as the inspiration for the Saw series, this would not be it (but it's close). If you want the worst mildly weirdest, weirdly mildest, coke-fueled $2000 two-actor movie, you've come to the right place. Beyond The Seventh Door tells the tale of some freaky Patagonian version of Benicio Del Toro, an ex-con who's wrongly convinced that this hot 80s chick loves him and wants him to accompany her into an Angeleno castle where they'll find a million bucks for th...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
Jun 08, 2018

Pixar's John Lasseter to Leave Disney After 'Missteps,' Sabbatical
:Beyond The Seventh Door is an exploitation film without parallel. Off the top, there's the title, evoking several different movies. If you were stoned and looking for a good horror movie in Ye Olde Mon N' Pop video store, this title would ring several bells, without actually being any of those bells. Nowadays if you're stoned and looking for that 80s SOV horror masterpiece that served as the inspiration for the Saw series, this would not be it (but it's close). If you want the worst mildly weirdest, weirdly mildest, coke-fueled $2000 two-actor movie, you've come to the right place. Beyond The Seventh Door tells the tale of some freaky Patagonian version of Benicio Del Toro, an ex-con who's wrongly convinced that this hot 80s chick loves him and wants him to accompany her into an Angeleno castle where they'll find a million bucks for th...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
Jun 08, 2018

Watch Michael Myers' Chilling Return in 'Halloween' Sequel Trailer
:Beyond The Seventh Door is an exploitation film without parallel. Off the top, there's the title, evoking several different movies. If you were stoned and looking for a good horror movie in Ye Olde Mon N' Pop video store, this title would ring several bells, without actually being any of those bells. Nowadays if you're stoned and looking for that 80s SOV horror masterpiece that served as the inspiration for the Saw series, this would not be it (but it's close). If you want the worst mildly weirdest, weirdly mildest, coke-fueled $2000 two-actor movie, you've come to the right place. Beyond The Seventh Door tells the tale of some freaky Patagonian version of Benicio Del Toro, an ex-con who's wrongly convinced that this hot 80s chick loves him and wants him to accompany her into an Angeleno castle where they'll find a million bucks for th...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
Jun 07, 2018

Nick Offerman Boosts 'Hearts Beat Loud,' Avoiding Fake Uplift Clichés
:Beyond The Seventh Door is an exploitation film without parallel. Off the top, there's the title, evoking several different movies. If you were stoned and looking for a good horror movie in Ye Olde Mon N' Pop video store, this title would ring several bells, without actually being any of those bells. Nowadays if you're stoned and looking for that 80s SOV horror masterpiece that served as the inspiration for the Saw series, this would not be it (but it's close). If you want the worst mildly weirdest, weirdly mildest, coke-fueled $2000 two-actor movie, you've come to the right place. Beyond The Seventh Door tells the tale of some freaky Patagonian version of Benicio Del Toro, an ex-con who's wrongly convinced that this hot 80s chick loves him and wants him to accompany her into an Angeleno castle where they'll find a million bucks for th...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
Jun 07, 2018

'Won't You Be My Neighbor?' Is a Vital Doc That Shares Mister Roger's Enduring Vision
:Beyond The Seventh Door is an exploitation film without parallel. Off the top, there's the title, evoking several different movies. If you were stoned and looking for a good horror movie in Ye Olde Mon N' Pop video store, this title would ring several bells, without actually being any of those bells. Nowadays if you're stoned and looking for that 80s SOV horror masterpiece that served as the inspiration for the Saw series, this would not be it (but it's close). If you want the worst mildly weirdest, weirdly mildest, coke-fueled $2000 two-actor movie, you've come to the right place. Beyond The Seventh Door tells the tale of some freaky Patagonian version of Benicio Del Toro, an ex-con who's wrongly convinced that this hot 80s chick loves him and wants him to accompany her into an Angeleno castle where they'll find a million bucks for th...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
Jun 06, 2018

Last Living 'Wizard of Oz' Munchkin Jerry Maren Dead at 98
:Beyond The Seventh Door is an exploitation film without parallel. Off the top, there's the title, evoking several different movies. If you were stoned and looking for a good horror movie in Ye Olde Mon N' Pop video store, this title would ring several bells, without actually being any of those bells. Nowadays if you're stoned and looking for that 80s SOV horror masterpiece that served as the inspiration for the Saw series, this would not be it (but it's close). If you want the worst mildly weirdest, weirdly mildest, coke-fueled $2000 two-actor movie, you've come to the right place. Beyond The Seventh Door tells the tale of some freaky Patagonian version of Benicio Del Toro, an ex-con who's wrongly convinced that this hot 80s chick loves him and wants him to accompany her into an Angeleno castle where they'll find a million bucks for th...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
Jun 06, 2018

Lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper Sing Together in 'A Star Is Born' Trailer
:Beyond The Seventh Door is an exploitation film without parallel. Off the top, there's the title, evoking several different movies. If you were stoned and looking for a good horror movie in Ye Olde Mon N' Pop video store, this title would ring several bells, without actually being any of those bells. Nowadays if you're stoned and looking for that 80s SOV horror masterpiece that served as the inspiration for the Saw series, this would not be it (but it's close). If you want the worst mildly weirdest, weirdly mildest, coke-fueled $2000 two-actor movie, you've come to the right place. Beyond The Seventh Door tells the tale of some freaky Patagonian version of Benicio Del Toro, an ex-con who's wrongly convinced that this hot 80s chick loves him and wants him to accompany her into an Angeleno castle where they'll find a million bucks for th...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
Jun 06, 2018

'Ocean's 8' Review: Heist Franchise's Female Reboot Gives You Stars For a Steal

Even for those unaware of the sport of surfing, Laird Hamilton has achieved a modest level of crossover success. Sure, he's appeared in surfing films like Riding Giants, Step Into Liquid and the sequel to Bruce Brown's Endless Summer film. But he's also appeared in fictional work too, notably in films like the Point Break remake and even had a brief appearance in Alexander Payne's The Descendants. And now as he continues the second half of his life a documentary about Hamilton titled Take Every Wave appears on the horizon.Directed by Rory Kennedy (Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
Jun 05, 2018

'Hereditary' Review: Family Horror Tale Is the Scariest Movie of 2018

Even for those unaware of the sport of surfing, Laird Hamilton has achieved a modest level of crossover success. Sure, he's appeared in surfing films like Riding Giants, Step Into Liquid and the sequel to Bruce Brown's Endless Summer film. But he's also appeared in fictional work too, notably in films like the Point Break remake and even had a brief appearance in Alexander Payne's The Descendants. And now as he continues the second half of his life a documentary about Hamilton titled Take Every Wave appears on the horizon.Directed by Rory Kennedy (Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
Jun 05, 2018

Justin Bieber to Voice Cupid in New Animated Movie

Even for those unaware of the sport of surfing, Laird Hamilton has achieved a modest level of crossover success. Sure, he's appeared in surfing films like Riding Giants, Step Into Liquid and the sequel to Bruce Brown's Endless Summer film. But he's also appeared in fictional work too, notably in films like the Point Break remake and even had a brief appearance in Alexander Payne's The Descendants. And now as he continues the second half of his life a documentary about Hamilton titled Take Every Wave appears on the horizon.Directed by Rory Kennedy (Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
Jun 05, 2018

Brian De Palma Details Harvey Weinstein-Inspired Horror Film
The Film:While I wouldn't classify myself as a Woody Woodpecker fan, exactly, the character was ingrained into my childhood in several different ways that made the prospect of checking out a live-action movie somewhat appealing. On top of seeing many of the cartoons and learning how to belt out the bird's signature psychotic laugh, Woody's wild locks and facial expressions made up one of the first cartoon characters -- more so than Mickey or Bugs -- that I learned to draw while developing the hobby of my youth. So when the high-pitched giggling and spiky red-feathered appearance zoomed onto the screen for the trailer, a bit of nostalgic excitement shot through me which quickly disappeared when viewing the liv...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
Jun 04, 2018

'Wreck-It Ralph 2' Trailer: Disney Princesses, Annoying Autofills
The Film:While I wouldn't classify myself as a Woody Woodpecker fan, exactly, the character was ingrained into my childhood in several different ways that made the prospect of checking out a live-action movie somewhat appealing. On top of seeing many of the cartoons and learning how to belt out the bird's signature psychotic laugh, Woody's wild locks and facial expressions made up one of the first cartoon characters -- more so than Mickey or Bugs -- that I learned to draw while developing the hobby of my youth. So when the high-pitched giggling and spiky red-feathered appearance zoomed onto the screen for the trailer, a bit of nostalgic excitement shot through me which quickly disappeared when viewing the liv...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
Jun 04, 2018

Watch Unnerving 'Suspiria' Trailer Featuring New Thom Yorke Music
The Film:While I wouldn't classify myself as a Woody Woodpecker fan, exactly, the character was ingrained into my childhood in several different ways that made the prospect of checking out a live-action movie somewhat appealing. On top of seeing many of the cartoons and learning how to belt out the bird's signature psychotic laugh, Woody's wild locks and facial expressions made up one of the first cartoon characters -- more so than Mickey or Bugs -- that I learned to draw while developing the hobby of my youth. So when the high-pitched giggling and spiky red-feathered appearance zoomed onto the screen for the trailer, a bit of nostalgic excitement shot through me which quickly disappeared when viewing the liv...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
Jun 02, 2018

'Upgrade' Review: Tech-Run-Amuck Revenge Thriller Is Near-Perfect Pulp



The four films in Criterion's most recent Eclipse set, Claude Autant-Lara: Four Romantic Escapes from Occupied France, are interesting for two historical reasons*. The first reason is right there in the title of the set: these films were made (or in the case of the last entry, conceived) during the Nazi occupation of France during World War II. Only escapist films that didn't comment upon the war were permitted to be made, which proved to be a balm to shell-shocked French audiences anyway. The second cause for notability is that director Claude Autant-Lara's handsomely mounted productions are exactly t...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
Jun 01, 2018

'Action Point' Review: Play-It-Safe 'Jackass' Movie Is Too Painful to Watch



The four films in Criterion's most recent Eclipse set, Claude Autant-Lara: Four Romantic Escapes from Occupied France, are interesting for two historical reasons*. The first reason is right there in the title of the set: these films were made (or in the case of the last entry, conceived) during the Nazi occupation of France during World War II. Only escapist films that didn't comment upon the war were permitted to be made, which proved to be a balm to shell-shocked French audiences anyway. The second cause for notability is that director Claude Autant-Lara's handsomely mounted productions are exactly t...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
Jun 01, 2018

'Breath' Review: Simon Baker's Surfer Drama Rides Wave of Joyousness



The four films in Criterion's most recent Eclipse set, Claude Autant-Lara: Four Romantic Escapes from Occupied France, are interesting for two historical reasons*. The first reason is right there in the title of the set: these films were made (or in the case of the last entry, conceived) during the Nazi occupation of France during World War II. Only escapist films that didn't comment upon the war were permitted to be made, which proved to be a balm to shell-shocked French audiences anyway. The second cause for notability is that director Claude Autant-Lara's handsomely mounted productions are exactly t...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
Jun 01, 2018

'Adrift' Review: Shipwrecked Shailene Woodley Saves Real-Life High-Seas Drama



The four films in Criterion's most recent Eclipse set, Claude Autant-Lara: Four Romantic Escapes from Occupied France, are interesting for two historical reasons*. The first reason is right there in the title of the set: these films were made (or in the case of the last entry, conceived) during the Nazi occupation of France during World War II. Only escapist films that didn't comment upon the war were permitted to be made, which proved to be a balm to shell-shocked French audiences anyway. The second cause for notability is that director Claude Autant-Lara's handsomely mounted productions are exactly t...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
May 31, 2018

'American Animals' Review: Who Likes Doc Hybrids About Dumb Criminals?



The four films in Criterion's most recent Eclipse set, Claude Autant-Lara: Four Romantic Escapes from Occupied France, are interesting for two historical reasons*. The first reason is right there in the title of the set: these films were made (or in the case of the last entry, conceived) during the Nazi occupation of France during World War II. Only escapist films that didn't comment upon the war were permitted to be made, which proved to be a balm to shell-shocked French audiences anyway. The second cause for notability is that director Claude Autant-Lara's handsomely mounted productions are exactly t...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
May 30, 2018

'American Animals': Inside the Stranger-Than-Fiction Docu-Heist Thriller



The four films in Criterion's most recent Eclipse set, Claude Autant-Lara: Four Romantic Escapes from Occupied France, are interesting for two historical reasons*. The first reason is right there in the title of the set: these films were made (or in the case of the last entry, conceived) during the Nazi occupation of France during World War II. Only escapist films that didn't comment upon the war were permitted to be made, which proved to be a balm to shell-shocked French audiences anyway. The second cause for notability is that director Claude Autant-Lara's handsomely mounted productions are exactly t...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
May 29, 2018

Best Movies to See in June: 'Ocean's 8,' 'Jurassic World 2,' New Pixar
Ellie Shine (Laurie Simmons) is an artist, and she's ready to dive into her next big piece. She's just visited a former student (Lena Dunham) at an art gallery where the student's work is being exhibited, wrapped another semester of teaching, and has lined up a nice location, in the form of a summer house owned by a friend who has offered to let Ellie stay there for the summer. Ellie knows that she wants to work with film on her next project, meaning both filming with a Bolex camera and tapping into the visuals from old movies that she loves so much, but she only discovers upon arriving that the journey will involve some locals, including local actors/landscapers Frank (Robert Clohessy) and Tom (Josh Safdie), as well as John (John Rothman), the laywer relative of one of her students. My Art is a gorgeous movie, not just starring but also written and directed by visual artist Laurie Simmons....Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
May 29, 2018

50 Best 'Star Wars' Characters of All Time
Ellie Shine (Laurie Simmons) is an artist, and she's ready to dive into her next big piece. She's just visited a former student (Lena Dunham) at an art gallery where the student's work is being exhibited, wrapped another semester of teaching, and has lined up a nice location, in the form of a summer house owned by a friend who has offered to let Ellie stay there for the summer. Ellie knows that she wants to work with film on her next project, meaning both filming with a Bolex camera and tapping into the visuals from old movies that she loves so much, but she only discovers upon arriving that the journey will involve some locals, including local actors/landscapers Frank (Robert Clohessy) and Tom (Josh Safdie), as well as John (John Rothman), the laywer relative of one of her students. My Art is a gorgeous movie, not just starring but also written and directed by visual artist Laurie Simmons....Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
May 28, 2018

'Solo': 5 Reasons This 'Star Wars' Spinoff Stalled
Ellie Shine (Laurie Simmons) is an artist, and she's ready to dive into her next big piece. She's just visited a former student (Lena Dunham) at an art gallery where the student's work is being exhibited, wrapped another semester of teaching, and has lined up a nice location, in the form of a summer house owned by a friend who has offered to let Ellie stay there for the summer. Ellie knows that she wants to work with film on her next project, meaning both filming with a Bolex camera and tapping into the visuals from old movies that she loves so much, but she only discovers upon arriving that the journey will involve some locals, including local actors/landscapers Frank (Robert Clohessy) and Tom (Josh Safdie), as well as John (John Rothman), the laywer relative of one of her students. My Art is a gorgeous movie, not just starring but also written and directed by visual artist Laurie Simmons....Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
May 26, 2018

Morgan Freeman on Harassment Allegations: 'I Did Not Assault Women'
Ellie Shine (Laurie Simmons) is an artist, and she's ready to dive into her next big piece. She's just visited a former student (Lena Dunham) at an art gallery where the student's work is being exhibited, wrapped another semester of teaching, and has lined up a nice location, in the form of a summer house owned by a friend who has offered to let Ellie stay there for the summer. Ellie knows that she wants to work with film on her next project, meaning both filming with a Bolex camera and tapping into the visuals from old movies that she loves so much, but she only discovers upon arriving that the journey will involve some locals, including local actors/landscapers Frank (Robert Clohessy) and Tom (Josh Safdie), as well as John (John Rothman), the laywer relative of one of her students. My Art is a gorgeous movie, not just starring but also written and directed by visual artist Laurie Simmons....Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
May 25, 2018

Danny Boyle to Direct 25th James Bond Movie
Andreas Johnsen's Bugs (2016) is very straightforward with its message: the world will eventually need a lot more food to support its ever-growing human population, so why not munch on a few insects? This globe-hopping documentary follows Ben Reade, Josh Evans, and Roberto Flore of Denmark's Nordic Food Lab on their tireless journey to investigate, hunt, and prepare all sorts of insects from six continents with the assistance of local experts -- and, of course, to persuade anyone whose initial response to "How about a steaming bowl of fried cricke...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
May 25, 2018

George R. R. Martin Producing Animated 'Ice Dragon' Film
Andreas Johnsen's Bugs (2016) is very straightforward with its message: the world will eventually need a lot more food to support its ever-growing human population, so why not munch on a few insects? This globe-hopping documentary follows Ben Reade, Josh Evans, and Roberto Flore of Denmark's Nordic Food Lab on their tireless journey to investigate, hunt, and prepare all sorts of insects from six continents with the assistance of local experts -- and, of course, to persuade anyone whose initial response to "How about a steaming bowl of fried cricke...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
May 24, 2018

Harvey Weinstein to Turn Himself in to Police
Andreas Johnsen's Bugs (2016) is very straightforward with its message: the world will eventually need a lot more food to support its ever-growing human population, so why not munch on a few insects? This globe-hopping documentary follows Ben Reade, Josh Evans, and Roberto Flore of Denmark's Nordic Food Lab on their tireless journey to investigate, hunt, and prepare all sorts of insects from six continents with the assistance of local experts -- and, of course, to persuade anyone whose initial response to "How about a steaming bowl of fried cricke...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
May 24, 2018

Eight Women Accuse Morgan Freeman of Sexual Misconduct
Andreas Johnsen's Bugs (2016) is very straightforward with its message: the world will eventually need a lot more food to support its ever-growing human population, so why not munch on a few insects? This globe-hopping documentary follows Ben Reade, Josh Evans, and Roberto Flore of Denmark's Nordic Food Lab on their tireless journey to investigate, hunt, and prepare all sorts of insects from six continents with the assistance of local experts -- and, of course, to persuade anyone whose initial response to "How about a steaming bowl of fried cricke...Read the entire review





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May 22, 2018

'The King': Chuck D, Alec Baldwin Talk Elvis' Complex Legacy in New Trailer
Andreas Johnsen's Bugs (2016) is very straightforward with its message: the world will eventually need a lot more food to support its ever-growing human population, so why not munch on a few insects? This globe-hopping documentary follows Ben Reade, Josh Evans, and Roberto Flore of Denmark's Nordic Food Lab on their tireless journey to investigate, hunt, and prepare all sorts of insects from six continents with the assistance of local experts -- and, of course, to persuade anyone whose initial response to "How about a steaming bowl of fried cricke...Read the entire review





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May 22, 2018

'How to Talk to Girls at Parties': When Horny Punks Met Alien Sex Fiends
Andreas Johnsen's Bugs (2016) is very straightforward with its message: the world will eventually need a lot more food to support its ever-growing human population, so why not munch on a few insects? This globe-hopping documentary follows Ben Reade, Josh Evans, and Roberto Flore of Denmark's Nordic Food Lab on their tireless journey to investigate, hunt, and prepare all sorts of insects from six continents with the assistance of local experts -- and, of course, to persuade anyone whose initial response to "How about a steaming bowl of fried cricke...Read the entire review





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May 21, 2018

'Twin Peaks' Cosplay and Lots of Meditation: 20 Things We Learned at David Lynch's Festival
Andreas Johnsen's Bugs (2016) is very straightforward with its message: the world will eventually need a lot more food to support its ever-growing human population, so why not munch on a few insects? This globe-hopping documentary follows Ben Reade, Josh Evans, and Roberto Flore of Denmark's Nordic Food Lab on their tireless journey to investigate, hunt, and prepare all sorts of insects from six continents with the assistance of local experts -- and, of course, to persuade anyone whose initial response to "How about a steaming bowl of fried cricke...Read the entire review





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May 21, 2018

Johnny Depp Hunts Notorious B.I.G.'s Killer in First 'City of Lies' Trailer
Andreas Johnsen's Bugs (2016) is very straightforward with its message: the world will eventually need a lot more food to support its ever-growing human population, so why not munch on a few insects? This globe-hopping documentary follows Ben Reade, Josh Evans, and Roberto Flore of Denmark's Nordic Food Lab on their tireless journey to investigate, hunt, and prepare all sorts of insects from six continents with the assistance of local experts -- and, of course, to persuade anyone whose initial response to "How about a steaming bowl of fried cricke...Read the entire review





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May 19, 2018

Asia Argento Aims Fiery Cannes Speech at Harvey Weinstein, Sexual Predators
Andreas Johnsen's Bugs (2016) is very straightforward with its message: the world will eventually need a lot more food to support its ever-growing human population, so why not munch on a few insects? This globe-hopping documentary follows Ben Reade, Josh Evans, and Roberto Flore of Denmark's Nordic Food Lab on their tireless journey to investigate, hunt, and prepare all sorts of insects from six continents with the assistance of local experts -- and, of course, to persuade anyone whose initial response to "How about a steaming bowl of fried cricke...Read the entire review





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May 18, 2018

Terry Gilliam's Three-Decade 'Don Quixote' Odyssey: A Comprehensive Timeline
Andreas Johnsen's Bugs (2016) is very straightforward with its message: the world will eventually need a lot more food to support its ever-growing human population, so why not munch on a few insects? This globe-hopping documentary follows Ben Reade, Josh Evans, and Roberto Flore of Denmark's Nordic Food Lab on their tireless journey to investigate, hunt, and prepare all sorts of insects from six continents with the assistance of local experts -- and, of course, to persuade anyone whose initial response to "How about a steaming bowl of fried cricke...Read the entire review





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May 17, 2018

'Book Club' Review: Four Screen Legends, 'Fifty Shades' and One Really Bad Movie
Andreas Johnsen's Bugs (2016) is very straightforward with its message: the world will eventually need a lot more food to support its ever-growing human population, so why not munch on a few insects? This globe-hopping documentary follows Ben Reade, Josh Evans, and Roberto Flore of Denmark's Nordic Food Lab on their tireless journey to investigate, hunt, and prepare all sorts of insects from six continents with the assistance of local experts -- and, of course, to persuade anyone whose initial response to "How about a steaming bowl of fried cricke...Read the entire review





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May 17, 2018

Watch Lakeith Stanfield Make Millions With 'White Voice' in Wild 'Sorry to Bother You' Trailer
Andreas Johnsen's Bugs (2016) is very straightforward with its message: the world will eventually need a lot more food to support its ever-growing human population, so why not munch on a few insects? This globe-hopping documentary follows Ben Reade, Josh Evans, and Roberto Flore of Denmark's Nordic Food Lab on their tireless journey to investigate, hunt, and prepare all sorts of insects from six continents with the assistance of local experts -- and, of course, to persuade anyone whose initial response to "How about a steaming bowl of fried cricke...Read the entire review





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May 17, 2018

'First Reformed': Paul Schrader on Faith, Hope and Returning to Form
Andreas Johnsen's Bugs (2016) is very straightforward with its message: the world will eventually need a lot more food to support its ever-growing human population, so why not munch on a few insects? This globe-hopping documentary follows Ben Reade, Josh Evans, and Roberto Flore of Denmark's Nordic Food Lab on their tireless journey to investigate, hunt, and prepare all sorts of insects from six continents with the assistance of local experts -- and, of course, to persuade anyone whose initial response to "How about a steaming bowl of fried cricke...Read the entire review





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May 16, 2018

'First Reformed' Review: Paul Schrader's Faith-in-Crisis Drama Is Divine Madness
Andreas Johnsen's Bugs (2016) is very straightforward with its message: the world will eventually need a lot more food to support its ever-growing human population, so why not munch on a few insects? This globe-hopping documentary follows Ben Reade, Josh Evans, and Roberto Flore of Denmark's Nordic Food Lab on their tireless journey to investigate, hunt, and prepare all sorts of insects from six continents with the assistance of local experts -- and, of course, to persuade anyone whose initial response to "How about a steaming bowl of fried cricke...Read the entire review





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May 16, 2018

'On Chesil Beach' Review: Lit Adaptation Suffers From Sexual Frustation, Stuffiness
Andreas Johnsen's Bugs (2016) is very straightforward with its message: the world will eventually need a lot more food to support its ever-growing human population, so why not munch on a few insects? This globe-hopping documentary follows Ben Reade, Josh Evans, and Roberto Flore of Denmark's Nordic Food Lab on their tireless journey to investigate, hunt, and prepare all sorts of insects from six continents with the assistance of local experts -- and, of course, to persuade anyone whose initial response to "How about a steaming bowl of fried cricke...Read the entire review





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May 15, 2018

'Solo' Review: Origin Story of 'Star Wars' No. 1 Rogue Plays It Way Too Safe
Andreas Johnsen's Bugs (2016) is very straightforward with its message: the world will eventually need a lot more food to support its ever-growing human population, so why not munch on a few insects? This globe-hopping documentary follows Ben Reade, Josh Evans, and Roberto Flore of Denmark's Nordic Food Lab on their tireless journey to investigate, hunt, and prepare all sorts of insects from six continents with the assistance of local experts -- and, of course, to persuade anyone whose initial response to "How about a steaming bowl of fried cricke...Read the entire review





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May 15, 2018

'Bohemian Rhapsody': See Rami Malek as Freddie Mercury in First Trailer


Ray Donovan is one of those shows that has always been good, but has never quite been good enough to be mentioned alongside the best shows on television. All that changes with Season Five, in which the showrunners make a bold decision to off one of the lead characters - resulting in the kind of drama and emotional impact that most TV series only dream about having.

The character who says goodbye isn't a spoiler, as it's revealed in the Season Five premiere: it's Abby Donovan (Paula Malcomson), the wife of Ray (Liev Schreiber), who had a breast cancer scare in Season Four, although that's not what kills her. Season Five begins in the aftermath of her passing, and one of the big mysterie...Read the entire review





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May 14, 2018

'Deadpool 2' Review: Ryan Reynolds' Smart-Ass Superhero Returns In Superior Sequel


Ray Donovan is one of those shows that has always been good, but has never quite been good enough to be mentioned alongside the best shows on television. All that changes with Season Five, in which the showrunners make a bold decision to off one of the lead characters - resulting in the kind of drama and emotional impact that most TV series only dream about having.

The character who says goodbye isn't a spoiler, as it's revealed in the Season Five premiere: it's Abby Donovan (Paula Malcomson), the wife of Ray (Liev Schreiber), who had a breast cancer scare in Season Four, although that's not what kills her. Season Five begins in the aftermath of her passing, and one of the big mysterie...Read the entire review





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May 14, 2018

'Revenge' Review: A Woman, Three Men and a Whole Lotta Carnage


Ray Donovan is one of those shows that has always been good, but has never quite been good enough to be mentioned alongside the best shows on television. All that changes with Season Five, in which the showrunners make a bold decision to off one of the lead characters - resulting in the kind of drama and emotional impact that most TV series only dream about having.

The character who says goodbye isn't a spoiler, as it's revealed in the Season Five premiere: it's Abby Donovan (Paula Malcomson), the wife of Ray (Liev Schreiber), who had a breast cancer scare in Season Four, although that's not what kills her. Season Five begins in the aftermath of her passing, and one of the big mysterie...Read the entire review





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May 14, 2018

The Education of Margot Kidder


Ray Donovan is one of those shows that has always been good, but has never quite been good enough to be mentioned alongside the best shows on television. All that changes with Season Five, in which the showrunners make a bold decision to off one of the lead characters - resulting in the kind of drama and emotional impact that most TV series only dream about having.

The character who says goodbye isn't a spoiler, as it's revealed in the Season Five premiere: it's Abby Donovan (Paula Malcomson), the wife of Ray (Liev Schreiber), who had a breast cancer scare in Season Four, although that's not what kills her. Season Five begins in the aftermath of her passing, and one of the big mysterie...Read the entire review





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May 14, 2018

'BlacKkKlansman': Spike Lee's New Film About KKK Infiltration Gets First Trailer


Ray Donovan is one of those shows that has always been good, but has never quite been good enough to be mentioned alongside the best shows on television. All that changes with Season Five, in which the showrunners make a bold decision to off one of the lead characters - resulting in the kind of drama and emotional impact that most TV series only dream about having.

The character who says goodbye isn't a spoiler, as it's revealed in the Season Five premiere: it's Abby Donovan (Paula Malcomson), the wife of Ray (Liev Schreiber), who had a breast cancer scare in Season Four, although that's not what kills her. Season Five begins in the aftermath of her passing, and one of the big mysterie...Read the entire review





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May 14, 2018

Margot Kidder, Lois Lane of 'Superman' Films, Dead at 69


Ray Donovan is one of those shows that has always been good, but has never quite been good enough to be mentioned alongside the best shows on television. All that changes with Season Five, in which the showrunners make a bold decision to off one of the lead characters - resulting in the kind of drama and emotional impact that most TV series only dream about having.

The character who says goodbye isn't a spoiler, as it's revealed in the Season Five premiere: it's Abby Donovan (Paula Malcomson), the wife of Ray (Liev Schreiber), who had a breast cancer scare in Season Four, although that's not what kills her. Season Five begins in the aftermath of her passing, and one of the big mysterie...Read the entire review





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May 11, 2018

'Terminal' Movie Review: Come Back, 'Suicide Squad,' All Is Forgiven
:For those wondering, the roaring abyss isn't a negative thing or a weird name, as some reviews have mentioned. I'd reckon it's a call-out to the Kingdom of Abyssinia, now known as Ethiopia, and that roaring you hear is all the powerful music coming from the African nation. Though it may be hard to draw a bead on what type of movie Roaring Abyss is exactly, it's a fantastic piece of art, and for fans of world music.Director Quino Pinero collects numerous field recordings from throughout Ethiopia, weaving them with day-to-day footage to create a tone-poem of hypnotic and at times rapturous beauty. Yet somehow, calling this a tone poem seems a disservice, possibly relegating Roaring Abyss to the realms of art-house cinema, when it should be seen more widely than that, and screened by anyone seriously interested in music, Ethiopian culture,...Read the entire review





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May 11, 2018

How Weinstein Drove Asia Argento to Create 'Scarlet Diva'
:For those wondering, the roaring abyss isn't a negative thing or a weird name, as some reviews have mentioned. I'd reckon it's a call-out to the Kingdom of Abyssinia, now known as Ethiopia, and that roaring you hear is all the powerful music coming from the African nation. Though it may be hard to draw a bead on what type of movie Roaring Abyss is exactly, it's a fantastic piece of art, and for fans of world music.Director Quino Pinero collects numerous field recordings from throughout Ethiopia, weaving them with day-to-day footage to create a tone-poem of hypnotic and at times rapturous beauty. Yet somehow, calling this a tone poem seems a disservice, possibly relegating Roaring Abyss to the realms of art-house cinema, when it should be seen more widely than that, and screened by anyone seriously interested in music, Ethiopian culture,...Read the entire review





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May 11, 2018

'Life of the Party' Review: Melissa McCarthy's Back-to-School Comedy's a Buzzkill
:For those wondering, the roaring abyss isn't a negative thing or a weird name, as some reviews have mentioned. I'd reckon it's a call-out to the Kingdom of Abyssinia, now known as Ethiopia, and that roaring you hear is all the powerful music coming from the African nation. Though it may be hard to draw a bead on what type of movie Roaring Abyss is exactly, it's a fantastic piece of art, and for fans of world music.Director Quino Pinero collects numerous field recordings from throughout Ethiopia, weaving them with day-to-day footage to create a tone-poem of hypnotic and at times rapturous beauty. Yet somehow, calling this a tone poem seems a disservice, possibly relegating Roaring Abyss to the realms of art-house cinema, when it should be seen more widely than that, and screened by anyone seriously interested in music, Ethiopian culture,...Read the entire review





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May 11, 2018

'Filmworker': How Leon Vitali Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Kubrick's Dark Moods
:For those wondering, the roaring abyss isn't a negative thing or a weird name, as some reviews have mentioned. I'd reckon it's a call-out to the Kingdom of Abyssinia, now known as Ethiopia, and that roaring you hear is all the powerful music coming from the African nation. Though it may be hard to draw a bead on what type of movie Roaring Abyss is exactly, it's a fantastic piece of art, and for fans of world music.Director Quino Pinero collects numerous field recordings from throughout Ethiopia, weaving them with day-to-day footage to create a tone-poem of hypnotic and at times rapturous beauty. Yet somehow, calling this a tone poem seems a disservice, possibly relegating Roaring Abyss to the realms of art-house cinema, when it should be seen more widely than that, and screened by anyone seriously interested in music, Ethiopian culture,...Read the entire review





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May 10, 2018

'Always at the Carlyle' Review: How This NYC Hotel Became a Timeless Hot Spot




In 1960, Lerner & Loewe's Camelot opened on Broadway and ran for 873 performances. Based on the classic T.H. White novel The Once and Future King, this bold musical would go on to have a U.S. tour and appear on stage in London, but it wasn't done just yet. In 1967, there was a film version adapted for the screen starring Richard Harris and Vanessa Redgrave, which revitalized the show and led to a revival of the stage version in 1980. In 1982, a live performance was captured on tape at the Winter Garden Theater in Manhattan, which is how we come to this DVD and a rare opportunity to revisit this lovely musical.






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May 10, 2018

Watch Aliens Return With a Vengeance in New 'Predator' Trailer




In 1960, Lerner & Loewe's Camelot opened on Broadway and ran for 873 performances. Based on the classic T.H. White novel The Once and Future King, this bold musical would go on to have a U.S. tour and appear on stage in London, but it wasn't done just yet. In 1967, there was a film version adapted for the screen starring Richard Harris and Vanessa Redgrave, which revitalized the show and led to a revival of the stage version in 1980. In 1982, a live performance was captured on tape at the Winter Garden Theater in Manhattan, which is how we come to this DVD and a rare opportunity to revisit this lovely musical.






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May 10, 2018

'Breaking In' Review: Gabrielle Union Is Trapped In a House - and One God-Awful Movie




In 1960, Lerner & Loewe's Camelot opened on Broadway and ran for 873 performances. Based on the classic T.H. White novel The Once and Future King, this bold musical would go on to have a U.S. tour and appear on stage in London, but it wasn't done just yet. In 1967, there was a film version adapted for the screen starring Richard Harris and Vanessa Redgrave, which revitalized the show and led to a revival of the stage version in 1980. In 1982, a live performance was captured on tape at the Winter Garden Theater in Manhattan, which is how we come to this DVD and a rare opportunity to revisit this lovely musical.






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May 09, 2018

'The Seagull' Review: Chekhov Classic Takes Flight Courtesy of Saoirse Ronan




In 1960, Lerner & Loewe's Camelot opened on Broadway and ran for 873 performances. Based on the classic T.H. White novel The Once and Future King, this bold musical would go on to have a U.S. tour and appear on stage in London, but it wasn't done just yet. In 1967, there was a film version adapted for the screen starring Richard Harris and Vanessa Redgrave, which revitalized the show and led to a revival of the stage version in 1980. In 1982, a live performance was captured on tape at the Winter Garden Theater in Manhattan, which is how we come to this DVD and a rare opportunity to revisit this lovely musical.






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May 09, 2018

'Filmworker' Review: Doc on Kubrick Collaborator Is Case Study of Obsession




In 1960, Lerner & Loewe's Camelot opened on Broadway and ran for 873 performances. Based on the classic T.H. White novel The Once and Future King, this bold musical would go on to have a U.S. tour and appear on stage in London, but it wasn't done just yet. In 1967, there was a film version adapted for the screen starring Richard Harris and Vanessa Redgrave, which revitalized the show and led to a revival of the stage version in 1980. In 1982, a live performance was captured on tape at the Winter Garden Theater in Manhattan, which is how we come to this DVD and a rare opportunity to revisit this lovely musical.






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May 08, 2018

Roman Polanski Threatens Legal Action After Academy Expulsion




In 1960, Lerner & Loewe's Camelot opened on Broadway and ran for 873 performances. Based on the classic T.H. White novel The Once and Future King, this bold musical would go on to have a U.S. tour and appear on stage in London, but it wasn't done just yet. In 1967, there was a film version adapted for the screen starring Richard Harris and Vanessa Redgrave, which revitalized the show and led to a revival of the stage version in 1980. In 1982, a live performance was captured on tape at the Winter Garden Theater in Manhattan, which is how we come to this DVD and a rare opportunity to revisit this lovely musical.






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May 08, 2018

Keanu Reeves, Alex Winter Detail New 'Bill and Ted' Movie




In 1960, Lerner & Loewe's Camelot opened on Broadway and ran for 873 performances. Based on the classic T.H. White novel The Once and Future King, this bold musical would go on to have a U.S. tour and appear on stage in London, but it wasn't done just yet. In 1967, there was a film version adapted for the screen starring Richard Harris and Vanessa Redgrave, which revitalized the show and led to a revival of the stage version in 1980. In 1982, a live performance was captured on tape at the Winter Garden Theater in Manhattan, which is how we come to this DVD and a rare opportunity to revisit this lovely musical.






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May 08, 2018

See Revealing Final Trailer for 'Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again'




In 1960, Lerner & Loewe's Camelot opened on Broadway and ran for 873 performances. Based on the classic T.H. White novel The Once and Future King, this bold musical would go on to have a U.S. tour and appear on stage in London, but it wasn't done just yet. In 1967, there was a film version adapted for the screen starring Richard Harris and Vanessa Redgrave, which revitalized the show and led to a revival of the stage version in 1980. In 1982, a live performance was captured on tape at the Winter Garden Theater in Manhattan, which is how we come to this DVD and a rare opportunity to revisit this lovely musical.






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May 08, 2018

'Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again': Watch Cher, Meryl Streep in Final Trailer




In 1960, Lerner & Loewe's Camelot opened on Broadway and ran for 873 performances. Based on the classic T.H. White novel The Once and Future King, this bold musical would go on to have a U.S. tour and appear on stage in London, but it wasn't done just yet. In 1967, there was a film version adapted for the screen starring Richard Harris and Vanessa Redgrave, which revitalized the show and led to a revival of the stage version in 1980. In 1982, a live performance was captured on tape at the Winter Garden Theater in Manhattan, which is how we come to this DVD and a rare opportunity to revisit this lovely musical.






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May 04, 2018

'Bad Samaritan' Review: Not Even David Tennant Can Save This Trash




I have never seen a film quite like The Square, and perhaps that feeling is bolstered by how little I was prepared for it. I knew it was a talked-about foreign film, I heard Elizabeth Moss's name, and I saw that it was 140 minutes long, and so I guess I made a bunch of assumptions that held me back from making it a priority on my list. But what I didn't know turned out to be so much more important. I didn't know that this was Ostlund's next feature after the excellent Force Majeure, I didn't know that Moss and every other actor were merely supporting, and I didn't know that the story would be...Read the entire review





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May 04, 2018

'RBG' Review: Iconic Supreme Court Justice Gets the Pop-Doc Treatment




I have never seen a film quite like The Square, and perhaps that feeling is bolstered by how little I was prepared for it. I knew it was a talked-about foreign film, I heard Elizabeth Moss's name, and I saw that it was 140 minutes long, and so I guess I made a bunch of assumptions that held me back from making it a priority on my list. But what I didn't know turned out to be so much more important. I didn't know that this was Ostlund's next feature after the excellent Force Majeure, I didn't know that Moss and every other actor were merely supporting, and I didn't know that the story would be...Read the entire review





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May 03, 2018

'Overboard' Review: Rom-Com Remake Reverses Roles, Still Sinks Like a Stone




I have never seen a film quite like The Square, and perhaps that feeling is bolstered by how little I was prepared for it. I knew it was a talked-about foreign film, I heard Elizabeth Moss's name, and I saw that it was 140 minutes long, and so I guess I made a bunch of assumptions that held me back from making it a priority on my list. But what I didn't know turned out to be so much more important. I didn't know that this was Ostlund's next feature after the excellent Force Majeure, I didn't know that Moss and every other actor were merely supporting, and I didn't know that the story would be...Read the entire review





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May 03, 2018

Bill Cosby, Roman Polanski Expelled From Oscars Organization




I have never seen a film quite like The Square, and perhaps that feeling is bolstered by how little I was prepared for it. I knew it was a talked-about foreign film, I heard Elizabeth Moss's name, and I saw that it was 140 minutes long, and so I guess I made a bunch of assumptions that held me back from making it a priority on my list. But what I didn't know turned out to be so much more important. I didn't know that this was Ostlund's next feature after the excellent Force Majeure, I didn't know that Moss and every other actor were merely supporting, and I didn't know that the story would be...Read the entire review





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May 03, 2018

Watch Celine Dion, Deadpool Unite for Powerhouse Ballad 'Ashes'




I have never seen a film quite like The Square, and perhaps that feeling is bolstered by how little I was prepared for it. I knew it was a talked-about foreign film, I heard Elizabeth Moss's name, and I saw that it was 140 minutes long, and so I guess I made a bunch of assumptions that held me back from making it a priority on my list. But what I didn't know turned out to be so much more important. I didn't know that this was Ostlund's next feature after the excellent Force Majeure, I didn't know that Moss and every other actor were merely supporting, and I didn't know that the story would be...Read the entire review





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May 02, 2018

'Tully' Review: Charlize Theron's Maternal Meltdown Is Dramedy Gold




I have never seen a film quite like The Square, and perhaps that feeling is bolstered by how little I was prepared for it. I knew it was a talked-about foreign film, I heard Elizabeth Moss's name, and I saw that it was 140 minutes long, and so I guess I made a bunch of assumptions that held me back from making it a priority on my list. But what I didn't know turned out to be so much more important. I didn't know that this was Ostlund's next feature after the excellent Force Majeure, I didn't know that Moss and every other actor were merely supporting, and I didn't know that the story would be...Read the entire review





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May 01, 2018

Watch Ruth Bader Ginsburg School Supreme Court on Sexism in Doc Trailer




I have never seen a film quite like The Square, and perhaps that feeling is bolstered by how little I was prepared for it. I knew it was a talked-about foreign film, I heard Elizabeth Moss's name, and I saw that it was 140 minutes long, and so I guess I made a bunch of assumptions that held me back from making it a priority on my list. But what I didn't know turned out to be so much more important. I didn't know that this was Ostlund's next feature after the excellent Force Majeure, I didn't know that Moss and every other actor were merely supporting, and I didn't know that the story would be...Read the entire review





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May 01, 2018

The Humble Hero Maker: How Director Ryan Coogler Is Shaping Pop Culture




I have never seen a film quite like The Square, and perhaps that feeling is bolstered by how little I was prepared for it. I knew it was a talked-about foreign film, I heard Elizabeth Moss's name, and I saw that it was 140 minutes long, and so I guess I made a bunch of assumptions that held me back from making it a priority on my list. But what I didn't know turned out to be so much more important. I didn't know that this was Ostlund's next feature after the excellent Force Majeure, I didn't know that Moss and every other actor were merely supporting, and I didn't know that the story would be...Read the entire review





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May 01, 2018

'Ant-Man and the Wasp' Trailer: Paul Rudd, Evangeline Lilly Battle Quantum Realm




I have never seen a film quite like The Square, and perhaps that feeling is bolstered by how little I was prepared for it. I knew it was a talked-about foreign film, I heard Elizabeth Moss's name, and I saw that it was 140 minutes long, and so I guess I made a bunch of assumptions that held me back from making it a priority on my list. But what I didn't know turned out to be so much more important. I didn't know that this was Ostlund's next feature after the excellent Force Majeure, I didn't know that Moss and every other actor were merely supporting, and I didn't know that the story would be...Read the entire review





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May 01, 2018

10 Best Movies to See in May: 'Solo,' 'Deadpool 2' and Killer Kubrick Doc




I have never seen a film quite like The Square, and perhaps that feeling is bolstered by how little I was prepared for it. I knew it was a talked-about foreign film, I heard Elizabeth Moss's name, and I saw that it was 140 minutes long, and so I guess I made a bunch of assumptions that held me back from making it a priority on my list. But what I didn't know turned out to be so much more important. I didn't know that this was Ostlund's next feature after the excellent Force Majeure, I didn't know that Moss and every other actor were merely supporting, and I didn't know that the story would be...Read the entire review





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Apr 30, 2018

Ashley Judd Sues Harvey Weinstein for Sexual Harassment, Defamation




I have never seen a film quite like The Square, and perhaps that feeling is bolstered by how little I was prepared for it. I knew it was a talked-about foreign film, I heard Elizabeth Moss's name, and I saw that it was 140 minutes long, and so I guess I made a bunch of assumptions that held me back from making it a priority on my list. But what I didn't know turned out to be so much more important. I didn't know that this was Ostlund's next feature after the excellent Force Majeure, I didn't know that Moss and every other actor were merely supporting, and I didn't know that the story would be...Read the entire review





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Apr 30, 2018

'Solo': Ron Howard Previews Empire-Ruled Planet in 'Star Wars' Teaser




I have never seen a film quite like The Square, and perhaps that feeling is bolstered by how little I was prepared for it. I knew it was a talked-about foreign film, I heard Elizabeth Moss's name, and I saw that it was 140 minutes long, and so I guess I made a bunch of assumptions that held me back from making it a priority on my list. But what I didn't know turned out to be so much more important. I didn't know that this was Ostlund's next feature after the excellent Force Majeure, I didn't know that Moss and every other actor were merely supporting, and I didn't know that the story would be...Read the entire review





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Apr 30, 2018

Summer Movie Preview 2018: From 'Infinity War' to 'BlacKkKlansman'




I have never seen a film quite like The Square, and perhaps that feeling is bolstered by how little I was prepared for it. I knew it was a talked-about foreign film, I heard Elizabeth Moss's name, and I saw that it was 140 minutes long, and so I guess I made a bunch of assumptions that held me back from making it a priority on my list. But what I didn't know turned out to be so much more important. I didn't know that this was Ostlund's next feature after the excellent Force Majeure, I didn't know that Moss and every other actor were merely supporting, and I didn't know that the story would be...Read the entire review





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Apr 29, 2018

'Avengers: Infinity War' Breaks 'The Force Awakens' Opening Week Record




I have never seen a film quite like The Square, and perhaps that feeling is bolstered by how little I was prepared for it. I knew it was a talked-about foreign film, I heard Elizabeth Moss's name, and I saw that it was 140 minutes long, and so I guess I made a bunch of assumptions that held me back from making it a priority on my list. But what I didn't know turned out to be so much more important. I didn't know that this was Ostlund's next feature after the excellent Force Majeure, I didn't know that Moss and every other actor were merely supporting, and I didn't know that the story would be...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
Apr 27, 2018

See 'Avengers: Infinity War' Cast Crash Comic Store on 'Corden'




I have never seen a film quite like The Square, and perhaps that feeling is bolstered by how little I was prepared for it. I knew it was a talked-about foreign film, I heard Elizabeth Moss's name, and I saw that it was 140 minutes long, and so I guess I made a bunch of assumptions that held me back from making it a priority on my list. But what I didn't know turned out to be so much more important. I didn't know that this was Ostlund's next feature after the excellent Force Majeure, I didn't know that Moss and every other actor were merely supporting, and I didn't know that the story would be...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
Apr 26, 2018

No Sympathy for the Devil: 'The Exorcist' Director William Friedkin Looks Back




I have never seen a film quite like The Square, and perhaps that feeling is bolstered by how little I was prepared for it. I knew it was a talked-about foreign film, I heard Elizabeth Moss's name, and I saw that it was 140 minutes long, and so I guess I made a bunch of assumptions that held me back from making it a priority on my list. But what I didn't know turned out to be so much more important. I didn't know that this was Ostlund's next feature after the excellent Force Majeure, I didn't know that Moss and every other actor were merely supporting, and I didn't know that the story would be...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
Apr 26, 2018

'Kings' Review: Halle Berry, Daniel Craig Deliver Royal L.A.-Is-Burning Dud




I have never seen a film quite like The Square, and perhaps that feeling is bolstered by how little I was prepared for it. I knew it was a talked-about foreign film, I heard Elizabeth Moss's name, and I saw that it was 140 minutes long, and so I guess I made a bunch of assumptions that held me back from making it a priority on my list. But what I didn't know turned out to be so much more important. I didn't know that this was Ostlund's next feature after the excellent Force Majeure, I didn't know that Moss and every other actor were merely supporting, and I didn't know that the story would be...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
Apr 26, 2018

Watch 'Avengers: Infinity War' Cast Reject Sequel Spoilers on 'Kimmel'




I have never seen a film quite like The Square, and perhaps that feeling is bolstered by how little I was prepared for it. I knew it was a talked-about foreign film, I heard Elizabeth Moss's name, and I saw that it was 140 minutes long, and so I guess I made a bunch of assumptions that held me back from making it a priority on my list. But what I didn't know turned out to be so much more important. I didn't know that this was Ostlund's next feature after the excellent Force Majeure, I didn't know that Moss and every other actor were merely supporting, and I didn't know that the story would be...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
Apr 26, 2018

'Disobedience' Review: Forbidden-Love Romance Is Scorching - and Feast For Its Stars




I have never seen a film quite like The Square, and perhaps that feeling is bolstered by how little I was prepared for it. I knew it was a talked-about foreign film, I heard Elizabeth Moss's name, and I saw that it was 140 minutes long, and so I guess I made a bunch of assumptions that held me back from making it a priority on my list. But what I didn't know turned out to be so much more important. I didn't know that this was Ostlund's next feature after the excellent Force Majeure, I didn't know that Moss and every other actor were merely supporting, and I didn't know that the story would be...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
Apr 24, 2018

'Avengers: Infinity War' Review: All-Star Marvel Team-Up Is Superhero Pile-Up



The Hong Kong bomb squad flick Shock Wave is a nearly nonstop barrage of setpieces. Car chases, wild shootouts, and, of course, explosions abound. Sometimes these elements appear in separate scenes, but often they arrive clumped together. Writer-director Herman Yau, whose career runs the gamut from the grossout horror of Ebola Syndrome to the mainstream martial arts of The Legend Is Born: Ip Man, is clearly a restless soul. This restlessness benefits this film greatly, as Yau is constantly adding new wrinkles to his narrative that make what might...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
Apr 24, 2018

'Venom': See Tom Hardy Battle Goons, Inner Alien Symbiote in New Trailer
The second and final film to be directed by quirky business tycoon Howard Hughes, 1943's The Outlaw tells the story of notorious outlaw duo Billy the Kid (Jack Buetel in his first feature film appearance) and Doc Holliday (Walter Huston). When the film opens they meet and become fast friends, only for Billy to wind up shot and just barely escape capture from the law men out to put him away behind bars. Shortly after this occurs, it's decided that the two of them will law low at Doc's ranch for a little while. Here Billy, quite understandably, becomes infatuated with Holliday's comely mistress, Rio McDonald (Jane Russell in her big screen debut), and while he hardly treats her like a gentleman, it's clear that the attraction is mutual.

While the sexual tension mounts between those three, Sheriff Pat Garrett (Thomas Mitchell) Stagecoach) and his well-armed posse of tri...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
Apr 23, 2018

Why Amy Schumer's 'I Feel Pretty' Is Quietly Revolutionary
The second and final film to be directed by quirky business tycoon Howard Hughes, 1943's The Outlaw tells the story of notorious outlaw duo Billy the Kid (Jack Buetel in his first feature film appearance) and Doc Holliday (Walter Huston). When the film opens they meet and become fast friends, only for Billy to wind up shot and just barely escape capture from the law men out to put him away behind bars. Shortly after this occurs, it's decided that the two of them will law low at Doc's ranch for a little while. Here Billy, quite understandably, becomes infatuated with Holliday's comely mistress, Rio McDonald (Jane Russell in her big screen debut), and while he hardly treats her like a gentleman, it's clear that the attraction is mutual.

While the sexual tension mounts between those three, Sheriff Pat Garrett (Thomas Mitchell) Stagecoach) and his well-armed posse of tri...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
Apr 23, 2018

Everything You Need to Know for 'Avengers: Infinity War'
The second and final film to be directed by quirky business tycoon Howard Hughes, 1943's The Outlaw tells the story of notorious outlaw duo Billy the Kid (Jack Buetel in his first feature film appearance) and Doc Holliday (Walter Huston). When the film opens they meet and become fast friends, only for Billy to wind up shot and just barely escape capture from the law men out to put him away behind bars. Shortly after this occurs, it's decided that the two of them will law low at Doc's ranch for a little while. Here Billy, quite understandably, becomes infatuated with Holliday's comely mistress, Rio McDonald (Jane Russell in her big screen debut), and while he hardly treats her like a gentleman, it's clear that the attraction is mutual.

While the sexual tension mounts between those three, Sheriff Pat Garrett (Thomas Mitchell) Stagecoach) and his well-armed posse of tri...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
Apr 21, 2018

Verne Troyer, Mini-Me in 'Austin Powers' Series, Dead at 49
Lemon, a tiny and awkward comedy co-written by Janicza Bravo (also the director) and comedian Brett Gelman (also the star), is a perplexingly unique experience. The film follows Isaac Lachmann (Gelman), a 40-year-old acting coach/actor whose blind medical equipment merchant wife Ramona (Judy Greer) is leaving him, and whose brightest student, Alex (Michael Cera) is on the precipice of becoming the next big star. Confronted with the seemingly perpetual monotony and relative mediocrity of his existence, Isaac starts to spiral, or something like it.To be quite honest, Bravo and Gelman's concept, a riff on the widely-popular "arrested development manchild" story in which the manchild doesn't actually have any great revelations or breakthroughs, is not necessarily what came to mind watching the film. It's certainly clear that Isaac is a loser: a big "get" in his acting career involves being the ...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
Apr 21, 2018

Robert Redford-Produced Surfer Doc to Premiere at Tribeca Film Festival
Lemon, a tiny and awkward comedy co-written by Janicza Bravo (also the director) and comedian Brett Gelman (also the star), is a perplexingly unique experience. The film follows Isaac Lachmann (Gelman), a 40-year-old acting coach/actor whose blind medical equipment merchant wife Ramona (Judy Greer) is leaving him, and whose brightest student, Alex (Michael Cera) is on the precipice of becoming the next big star. Confronted with the seemingly perpetual monotony and relative mediocrity of his existence, Isaac starts to spiral, or something like it.To be quite honest, Bravo and Gelman's concept, a riff on the widely-popular "arrested development manchild" story in which the manchild doesn't actually have any great revelations or breakthroughs, is not necessarily what came to mind watching the film. It's certainly clear that Isaac is a loser: a big "get" in his acting career involves being the ...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
Apr 20, 2018

'Scarface' Reunion: 10 Things We Learned at Tribeca Film Festival Event
:There's some good to take from 9/11, a realization for which I was totally unprepared. In some ways, director Martin Guigui's film reads like a made-for-TV movie exploiting America's defining moment (for now) of the 21st Century; that's down to casting and arriving direct to streaming and DVD, mostly, though some aspects of the plot also inevitably contribute to the movie's lowly guise. However if you give 9/11 a chance you'll get more than you bargained for. But to start, how can one expect anything other than a misguided schlock-fest from a 9/11 movie starring 9/11-truther Charlie Sheen, Whoopi Goldberg, and Luis Guzman? I mean, if I knew that at one point in the movie I'd be riveted by Goldberg using an intercom to describe a technical diagram to Guzman, I would have called myself crazy. But here we are. 9/11 finds Sheen playing a Wall Street executive (a st...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
Apr 20, 2018

Cheech and Chong on 40 Years of 'Up in Smoke': 'Real Life Drove Everything'
:There's some good to take from 9/11, a realization for which I was totally unprepared. In some ways, director Martin Guigui's film reads like a made-for-TV movie exploiting America's defining moment (for now) of the 21st Century; that's down to casting and arriving direct to streaming and DVD, mostly, though some aspects of the plot also inevitably contribute to the movie's lowly guise. However if you give 9/11 a chance you'll get more than you bargained for. But to start, how can one expect anything other than a misguided schlock-fest from a 9/11 movie starring 9/11-truther Charlie Sheen, Whoopi Goldberg, and Luis Guzman? I mean, if I knew that at one point in the movie I'd be riveted by Goldberg using an intercom to describe a technical diagram to Guzman, I would have called myself crazy. But here we are. 9/11 finds Sheen playing a Wall Street executive (a st...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
Apr 20, 2018

'Super Troopers 2' Review: Cult Comedy's Sequel Is a Cop-Out
:There's some good to take from 9/11, a realization for which I was totally unprepared. In some ways, director Martin Guigui's film reads like a made-for-TV movie exploiting America's defining moment (for now) of the 21st Century; that's down to casting and arriving direct to streaming and DVD, mostly, though some aspects of the plot also inevitably contribute to the movie's lowly guise. However if you give 9/11 a chance you'll get more than you bargained for. But to start, how can one expect anything other than a misguided schlock-fest from a 9/11 movie starring 9/11-truther Charlie Sheen, Whoopi Goldberg, and Luis Guzman? I mean, if I knew that at one point in the movie I'd be riveted by Goldberg using an intercom to describe a technical diagram to Guzman, I would have called myself crazy. But here we are. 9/11 finds Sheen playing a Wall Street executive (a st...Read the entire review





Rolling Stone Movie News
Apr 19, 2018

See Denzel Washington Seek Revenge in New 'The Equalizer 2' Trailer
:There's some good to take from 9/11, a realization for which I was totally unprepared. In some ways, director Martin Guigui's film reads like a made-for-TV movie exploiting America's defining moment (for now) of the 21st Century; that's down to casting and arriving direct to streaming and DVD, mostly, though some aspects of the plot also inevitably contribute to the movie's lowly guise. However if you give 9/11 a chance you'll get more than you bargained for. But to start, how can one expect anything other than a misguided schlock-fest from a 9/11 movie starring 9/11-truther Charlie Sheen, Whoopi Goldberg, and Luis Guzman? I mean, if I knew that at one point in the movie I'd be riveted by Goldberg using an intercom to describe a technical diagram to Guzman, I would have called myself crazy. But here we are. 9/11 finds Sheen playing a Wall Street executive (a st...Read the entire review





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