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5 Lesser-Known War Horror Movies

The horrors of war are obvious to the casual observer, but through the imaginative eye of some creatives, new nightmares can emerge from an already terrible situation. The setting is one of the most important parts of a story and putting a horror story in an already terrifying situation is …

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The drama of the Marathi period continues its “historic” course!

Pawankhind Box Office: Here’s how much the Marathi film made in two weeks! (Photo credit: still from Pawankhind) Indian cinema has seen many class A films since the lifting of covid restrictions. Not only Bollywood and South Cinema, but the Marathi film industry is also gaining momentum at the box …

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How The Iron Giant’s Tragic Inspiration Gives The Film New Meaning

Brad Bird’s The Iron Giant is a classic famous in part because of its anti-violence message, which a real-world tragedy helped inform. Brad Bird’s The Iron Giant arrived in the middle of a very competitive summer in 1999. Despite phenomenal word of mouth and the feeling that it constituted something …

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Where will German producer Pantaleon Films go next?

IIt took Pantaleon Films 13 years to get exactly where it always wanted to be. When the producers Dan Maag and Marco Beckman launched the company, then called Pantaleon Entertainment, in 2009 with the German actor Matthias Schweighöferthe idea was to produce films outside Europe for the global market. But …

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Uppena, Love Story and more romantic southern movies of 2021 you should binge watch on OTT this month of love

Uppena, Love Story, Maara and many other Southern romance movies hit theaters and OTT platforms in 2021. Valentine’s Day will be here soon, and it’s the month of love, so we’re sure everyone would be in a romantic mood and binge watching movies is surely something everyone would prefer, especially …

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After RRR, Ram Charan will star alongside Father Chiranjeevi in ​​this action drama

Chiranjeevi-Starrer ‘Acharya’ hits theaters on April 29 (Photo credit – Acharya poster) The creators of Chiranjeevi and Ram Charan star “Acharya” have finalized the new release date. The director of Koratala Siva will now hit theaters on April 29. The creators who had a discussion with the ‘RRR’ team decided …

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Live action movie ‘Dora’ is both hilarious and self-aware.

My first exposure to Nickelodeon was limited to Nick Jr., their children’s programming channel. Turning the channel to Nick Jr. meant getting plenty of “Blue’s Clues,” “Dora the Explorer,” and Face, Nick Jr.’s sentient mascot and the cartoon screen. Although “Blue’s Clues” has recently returned to pop culture and any …

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Climate Change: Disaster Film Director Roland Emmerich Says We Need More Blockbusters Tackling Environmental Problems | Ents & Arts News

Legendary disaster filmmaker Roland Emmerich has said the world needs more blockbuster climate change movies to “wake people up” to the problems we face. The German filmmaker, whose box office hits include Independence Day and The Day After Tomorrow, told Sky News that movie studios saying they are determined to …

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Consolidation of entertainment a trend to continue in 2022 – The Hollywood Reporter

The global consolidation of independent production companies, which accelerated in 2021, is expected to continue through 2022 as the global streaming boom increases both demand and budgets for films and TV series. Beyond the planned multi-billion dollar entertainment mega-merger of Discovery and AT & T’s WarnerMedia, among the biggest content-centric …

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The book, film and art that made headlines in China in 2021

FFrom “Western aesthetics” to “revisionist stories”, Chinese politics and society in 2021 – just like in recent years – were opposed to certain ideas and representations. There is always another book on a “sensitive” subject like the Alliance of Eight Nations or a film featuring the United States that will …

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In the 2021 films, “Spider-Man” triumphs over Will Smith, “West Side Story”

LOS ANGELES — top stars. Enthusiastic reviews. Distribution strategies that rely solely on the big screen. Even the biggest prints failed to draw audiences away from home and to the theaters for many films in 2021. Will Smith’s “King Richard”, Steven Spielberg’s “West Side Story” and more than a dozen …

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No Way Home ‘becomes first post-pandemic film to surpass $ 1 billion at box office

Peter Parker’s good fortune continued over the holiday weekend as Hollywood gears up to close the books of a turbulent 2021. Even with fierce competition from the new Matrix and Sing movies, and growing concerns over the omicron variant, “Spider-Man: No Way Home” stuck to the # 1 spot and …

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Germany tightens COVID-19 controls but keeps cinemas open – The Hollywood Reporter

Germany has decided to tighten its coronavirus regulations, restricting public gatherings and limiting the number of people who can meet in private, in a bid to prevent another deadly wave of COVID-19 infections don’t overwhelm national health services here. But the new measures, announced Tuesday evening, will not include the …

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5 things to know on December 19, 2021: Omicron, Australia, Michigan, Rod Stewart, Haiti

In Chile, voters go to the polls to choose a new leader to succeed outgoing President Sebastián Piñera. They will choose between two candidates who disagree on same-sex marriage rights, legalizing abortion, controlling natural resources and increasing programs to deal with migrants. Monday After three months of testimony from 32 …

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The King’s Man is a deranged spy prequel that kicks off the story

Ralph Fiennes runs at full speed in The King’s Man. 20th century studios Do you know what history lessons need? No more fights. New movie The king’s man is a boisterous, obscene, and pretty demented adventure through the politics and tragedy of the past, a comedic and often quite disturbing …

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China unveils nominees for Golden Rooster Awards, to surprising Jibes

China has published the list of nominees for its next Golden Rooster Award, a set of government-approved film industry awards that it wants to be seen as rivaling the Taipei-based Gold Horse Award, historically considered the “Chinese Language Oscars”. The winning roosters will be announced at a film festival that …

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Thirty films that expand the art of musical comedy

Cinema musicals are back in vogue. This year’s biggest releases so far include Jon M. Chu’s film from Lin-Manuel Miranda’s “In the Heights,” Leos Carax’s “Annette” and an adaptation of the recent Broadway hit “Dear Evan Hansen. “. Still to come is another production from Miranda, “Tick, Tick.” . . …

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The best demonic possession movies

Hollywood loves nothing more than reviving existing intellectual property to which it already owns the rights. This is the entertainment industry’s version of resurrecting a dead horse so that it can be brutally whipped again. Please accept YouTube cookies to play this video. By agreeing, you will be accessing content …

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Why she lies to bind herself

Madeleine Swann’s secret in No time to die is one of the most crucial parts of the whole story. Not only does this provide essential motivation for almost every major protagonist, but it also helps explain the tragic end of the story. However, while the secrecy is undeniably provocative, there …

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With Naga Chaitanya Income until now

The beautiful Tollywood hunk, Naga Chaitanya, star of Telugu movie Love Story, is set to break all box office records thanks to his massive collection. Yes, you heard right, the film drives audiences crazy through the incredible story and amazing performances of the star cast, which is one of the …

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How the West helped science fiction flourish – Cinelinx

Two of the biggest science fiction franchises on the planet (Star Wars, Star Trek) have both been heavily influenced by the western. But the links between these two genres run much deeper. The western genre in cinema is defined by staging in a desolate environment, stand-alone protagonist or anti-hero characters, …

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Love Story to decide the fate of Dasara Flicks

There is a lot of confusion among the upcoming releases in Telugu cinema. Although the fear of the coronavirus has subsided, filmmakers are concerned if this is the right time to release their films. Gopichand’s Seetimaarr opened with a bang but collections fell sharply from Monday. Buyers will suffer huge …

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Cuba Gooding Jr.’s 10 Best Movies & TV Shows, Ranked

Between biopics, uplifting ’90s romantic comedies, and powerful political drama, Cuba Gooding Jr. has been giving audiences Oscar-worthy performances for 30 years now. He rarely has leading roles in movies, but as a supporting actor, Gooding often ends up being the MVP of most of the movies he stars in. …

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“The Age of Bees” will be presented at Monmouth

The Monmouth Theater is planning to present the Maine premiere of Tira Palmquist’s “Age of Bees,” a strangely premonitory drama written in 2008 about a global pandemic and its impact on people, the planet and, most importantly, bees. The play begins at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday July 22, other performances …

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Celebrate the golden tickets, the oompa loompas, the pure imagination with the cast for the 50th anniversary of “Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory”

HOLLYWOOD – The original 1971 version of “Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Family” celebrates its 50th anniversary. Gene Wilder brought Willy Wonka to life in a film based on the children’s novel “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”. Five lucky kids who find gold tickets in their chocolate bars win a …

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Lights, Camera, Climate | Sierra Club

In the spring of 2002, several film studios were vying for the right to make an action film with an unusual adversary: ​​climate change. For Fox, who landed the deal, the haggle was worth it – when the film came out two years later, Two days later grossed over $ …

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