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Review: Hidden Gem ‘Miracle Mile’ Deserves Cult Status

Miracle Mile,, directed by Steve De Jarnatt, deserves the same sort of cult status as movies like Heathers, Red Dawn, and...

Director Sonejuhi Sinha’s ‘Stray Dolls’ Takes Film Noir Stylings To An Unexpected (And Much Needed) Level

Director Sonejuhi Sinha's Stray Dolls debuts today on VOD, and if you're looking for a film noir/thriller fix then this movie should be up...

Kenneth Branagh Praises Actors Who Boarded The “Orient Express”

  Kenneth Branagh stars as Hercule Poirot and directs Murder on the Orient Express. While promoting the film, Branagh talked about what Daisy Ridley, Johnny...

Martin Scorsese On Kodak’s Continued Production of Film Stock

  Filmmaker Martin Scorsese, who's Chair of the Film Foundation, released a statement regarding Kodak's decision to continue producing film stock. Although most filmmakers have...

“Life Itself” Is Roger Ebert’s Stirring Journey of Love & Reel Life

Roger Ebert's film reviews were more than just a collection of words strung together for mass consumption. As the documentary Life Itself attests, Ebert...

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