‘Backstabbing For Beginners’ Review: Et Tu Ben Kingsley?

Based on Michael Soussan’s memoir, Backstabbing for Beginners tries to mix a heavy dose of truth and sprinkle it with thriller elements. For the most part it succeeds thanks to another standout performance from Ben Kingsley. 

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‘The House of Tomorrow’ Review: Coming-of-Age Drama Has A Great Future

Discovering movies that are absolute gems is a personal fixation, and one film that continues to resonate is The House of Tomorrow. It hits select Los Angeles and New York theaters today, and if you’re into perceptively written coming-of-age stories, this narrative should be worth your time and effort . . . 

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Chris Hemsworth Has The Butterflies Working On ‘Avengers: Infinity War’

Chris Hemsworth has been a staple of the Marvel Universe since 2011’s Thor, and in Avengers: Infinity War the God of Thunder is one of many superheroes attempting to take down a world destroying villain known as Thanos (Josh Brolin). The confrontation with Thanos has been building up for years now, and sans a hammer one would assume Thor may not be at full strength by the time he faces Thanos.

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‘I Kill Giants’ Review: Madison Wolfe Powers Memorable And Enriching Tale

 

I Kill Giants, based on the comic book limited series from Joe Kelly and J.M. Ken Niimura, is a dark fantasy/coming-of-age drama that refuses to pull any punches, delivering a knockout story in the process. Spotlighting under the radar films is always a joy, and I Kill Giants snugly fits  into that category.

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‘Josie’ Review: Sophie Turner Shines In Slow Burn Mystery

Josie is a slow burn thriller that, while infused with a film noir aesthetic, thrives as a character driven drama. The less you know about the film the better, as spoilers may ruin your viewing experience. Thus I’ll tread lightly in my review.

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‘Johnny Mnemonic’ T-Shirt And ‘Kickboxer’ Clam Shell Box Giveaway From Comet TV!!!

Hello CinemAddicts listeners and fellow cinephiles, this week’s giveaway comes courtesy of Comet (ComeTV.com) and the new free broadcast network Charge! (WatchCharge.com)

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Goran Visnjic & Malcolm Barrett Impressed With ‘Timeless’ Storytelling

 
One show that has me by the hooks is Timeless, a time travel series that, while breathing life into various moments of history, is filled with a ton of clever (and surprisingly evocative) twists and turns. The below video features cast members Goran Visnjic and Malcolm Barrett discussing what makes Timeless a unique program.

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Clive Standen Talks “Emotional Connection” With ‘Taken’ Storylines

One intriguing aspect of Taken is that Bryan Mills (Clive Standen), though he may seem like one-man army, is not a stereotypical action hero. During the Taken interviews at this year’s NBC/Universal TCAs, I asked Standen about how he emotionally connects to the role. Video is below!

 

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