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Review: Nathalie Emmanuel Brings The Comedy (And Brownies) To ‘Holly Slept Over’

Holly Slept Over, written and directed by Joshua Friedlander, is not an innocuous romantic comedy that you can simply forget minutes after the credits...

A Terminal Johnny Depp Is Living His Best Life In ‘The Professor’ Trailer

In The Professor, Johnny Depp stars as a college lecturer named Richard who learns he has six months to live. With time literally of...

Review: ‘The Man Who Killed Hitler And Then The Bigfoot’ Is Meditative Pulp For The Soul

The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then the Bigfoot is a moniker for the ages, and if one jumps to conclusions this tale, headlined...

‘Fort Bliss’ Spotlights The Daily Struggles of Military Life

Michelle Monaghan delivers one of her finest performances in Fort Bliss, a drama about a single mom and U.S. Army medic (Monaghan) who is...

Michelle Monaghan Explores Military Life With Resonant “Fort Bliss”

Opening in theaters and VOD September 19, Fort Bliss centers on Maggie Swann (Michelle Monaghan), a dedicated U.S. Army medic who returns home from...

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‘Requiem For A Dream’ Director’s Cut Hits 4K Ultra HD In October

In celebration of its 20th anniversary, Requiem for a Dream Director's Cut comes out on 4K Ultra HD Combo Pack (plus...

Review: “Emotional” ‘La Llorona’ Is Haunted By the Sins of the Past

La Llorona, directed by Jayro Bustamante, transforms the traditional folk-tale into an allegory for the political sins of Guatemala. The film...