With Yesterday now playing in theaters, I wanted to share Retta’s (Good Girls) thoughts on screenwriter Richard Curtis. Video of Retta discussing Curtis, who penned Yesterday, is below!
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Actress Rhyon Nicole Brown (Empire, Surviving Compton) stars with Gary Oldman and Jessica Alba in Killers Anonymous. During our chat she talked about her love for Cinema Paradiso. Audio and transcript of her Cinema Paradiso thoughts are below!
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To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Chicago’s debut album, Rhino will release Chicago Transit Authority (50th Anniversary Remix) on August 30.
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Benedict Cumberbatch has played his share of iconic fictional figures (Dr. Strange, Sherlock Holmes), but sometimes facts can be stranger than fiction. The actor plays Thomas Edison in the long awaited The Current War, and the trailer has me excited for this epic and “electric” competition!
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The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir centers on Aja (Dhanush), a Mumbai resident who heads off to Paris in an attempt to meet a father he never knew. Directed by Ken Scott, the comedy has an epic scope and is powered by a charismatic (and believable) performance by Dhanush. I emailed several evergreen questions to Dhanush, and below is our exchange!
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Episode 97 is a pretty big one for CinemAddicts, as thanks to our Patreon backers we are now doing two episodes per month. Details on the movies we covered and other stuff (including our podcast audio) is found after the jump!!!
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When I think of Olivia de Havilland, my mind wanders to her memborable work in The Heiress and Gone With The Wind. Thanks to Arrow Academy, the July release of Hold Back The Dawn may change that perception!
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Okay, it has been a minute since I’ve done the giveaways, but I’m back in the groove. This week I’m offering up my copies of Captive State and Us. Both viewed only once, and digital codes included! First winner gets Us, second one lands Captive State.
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The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir is a fable that, although light in tone, is deceptively ambitious. Set in France, Italy, Spain, Libya, England, and India, this tale is essentially several movies rolled into one, and I was surprisingly swept away by the experience.
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Mick Garris is inviting you to a screening at his Nightmare Cinema: slashers, sadistic plastic surgeons, and killer priests….oh my! But is this a series of nightmares worth remembering, or is it a forgetful endeavor altogether?
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