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From The Batman to Hannah Gadsby: A Complete Guide to This Week’s Entertainment | Culture

Exit: Movie theater The Batmanout nowThe cast couldn’t be juicier: who wouldn’t want to see Robert Pattinson, one of our most unpredictable actors, face off against the no more charismatic Zoë Kravitz (above) and always intriguing Paul Dano? The fact that they play Bat, Cat, and Riddler in Gotham City’s …

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Review of “The Long Walk”: A ghostly future in Laos

Lao drama “The Long Walk” takes a languorous look at a near-future dystopia where fighter jets leave trails of smoke in the sky and government authorities track down missing people using microchips embedded in their body. In this reality, a spiritual and occult world exists under the noses of officials. …

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New shows on Netflix – Paste

Netflix releases so many new original TV series that it can be easy to lose track of the latest shows. We’ve compiled a running list of all the biggest new Netflix original shows and exclusive releases from the streaming giant’s partners, and we’ll keep updating it as new shows are …

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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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Now streaming: ‘KIMI’, ‘Marry Me’, ‘The Girl Before’, ‘King Richard’, ‘Super Bowl LVI’ and more

Here’s what’s new on video on demand, Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu and other services. Top streams of the week Zoë Kravitz stars as an agoraphobic technician who overhears what she believes to be a murder in Steven Soderbergh”KIMI(2022, R). When no one believes her, she investigates on her own. Set …

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Looop Lapeta Movie Review: Just Watch Run Lola Run

Looop Lapeta – the new Netflix movie starring Taapsee Pannu and Tahir Raj Bhasin – is proof that Bollywood can’t make a lean, mean high-concept B-movie. Rather than diving straight into the thick of it (and staying in its lane), the Hindi remake of Tom Tykwer’s 1998 Sundance Film Festival-winning …

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New Netflix Movies Released So Far in 2022

Welcome to the full list of new Netflix Original movies that joined the service in 2022. This list will provide you with a monthly breakdown of each new movie added to the service. We’re going to break each month into sections and during each month we’ll show you the new …

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German Films reveals its talent for the Face to Face campaign

German Films, an agency that promotes German cinema worldwide, has announced the talent that will be featured in its 7th annual Face to Face With German Films campaign. The high profile platform aims to bring international visibility to the wealth of groundbreaking talent working in film and television in Germany, …

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The worst things he’s done for movie roles

Many of the worst things Nicholas Cage did for movie roles shows just how ready the veteran performer is to commit to a role. To date, the Front/Off The actor has starred in over 100 movies, ranging from comedy to action to drama. Even though his famous uncle, director Francis …

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5 twists and turns of ’90s horror movies that stand the test of time

The 1990s spawned many beloved and gripping horror films. However, only a few of them are chosen for setting the audience’s expectations, only to overthrow them with a stunning twist at the end. A good horror movie goes beyond the fear of jumping, but instead creates a healthy narrative, introduces …

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The best space movies of the 2000s, ranked

One of the best parts of a well-told story is a vibrant, emotional setting, and there is perhaps no greater canvas of the imagination than outer space. Humanity’s ability to explore space over the past century has blossomed alongside a deep interest in the great void above all realms of …

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What to Watch on TV: “The Witcher”, BTS, Christmas Movies

SUNDAY The beneficent collect their due to “The 15th Annual CNN Heroes Star Tribute” co-hosted by Anderson Cooper and Kelly Ripa. 5 p.m. CNN Decorators decorate the rooms at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. in the new special “White House Christmas 2021.” 6 p.m. HGTV She’s there, “Miss Universe.” Steve Harvey hosts …

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Best Dramatic Anime Now on Netflix

Whether it’s the slow work of redemption or the power of food connecting families through tough times, animated dramas like A Silent Voice are a must-see. The collection of anime available on Netflix has grown significantly over the past few years, making it an ideal streaming service to turn to …

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Casting Shepard in Mass Effect TV Show

The adaptation of the Mass Effect series is reportedly in the works and will be released on Amazon Prime. Who are the actors who can play Commander Shepard? Mass EffectCommander Shepard is one of the toughest roles to play for any series to date. Since the release of the first …

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“Tic, Tic… Boom!”, Review: The hole at the center of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s film and musical adaptation

The late Jonathan Larson was more than a great lyricist and composer; he was also a force of nature in musical performance. In Lin-Manuel Miranda’s film about Larson’s quasi-autobiographical solo exhibition “Tick, Tick. . . Boom! Andrew Garfield plays the singer-songwriter; he sings merrily and frolics with energy and uninhibited …

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Superman The Animated Series Remaster

The Man of Steel has many full friends and allies associated with him, but the Daily Planet’s Lois Lane has always been on her own. There have been as many performances of Lois as any character on the DC roster, and Dana Delany is behind one of the most iconic …

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10 best Noomi Rapace movies, according to IMDb

Born in Sweden, Noomi Rapace started her acting career at a young age, starring in numerous movies and TV shows in Sweden and Denmark. After her successful stint as Lisbeth Salander in the Millennium film series (The girl with the dragon tattoo, etc.) based on the books by Steig Larrson, …

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Brad Bird films, ranked from worst to best

In the 1970s and 1980s, the California Institute of the Arts animation program promotions were a melting pot of talented animators and filmmakers who would become some of Hollywood’s most prominent figures. The school founded by Disney has hosted promising directors and designers like Tim burton, Genndy Tartakovsky, Henri selick …

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Choice of films: Japanese Film Festival, German Film Festival, Respect, Entertainment News and Top Stories

Japanese Film Festival 2021 This year’s edition of this film calendar staple will feature online question-and-answer sessions with seven filmmakers following screenings. A hybrid event, it will offer physical and online screenings. The sci-fi comedy Beyond The Infinite Two Minutes (PG, 71 minutes, a physical screening at Shaw Lido, October …

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What is Aaron Paul’s net worth?

Actor Aaron Paul definitely saw a pivotal role with his performance in breaking Bad. While the grainy TV show ultimately won a record number of viewers and tons of accolades for its new take on the antihero trope at the height of its rise, Paul saw his career take off. …

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Oscar Isaac’s 10 most endearing characters

Since his performance in small groups in Inside Llewyn Davis, Oscar Isaac has been a compelling force in dramatic films. He can make men even without scruples (like William Tell in The card counter, or Abel Morales in One of the most violent years) seem almost righteous despite their bloody …

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“I’m Your Man” bet on the release of the platform, a strong word of mouth for the German international. entry to the Oscars; ‘Man In The Field’ Highlights Artist Jim Denevan – Specialty Sneak Peek

Bleecker Street I am your man opens on 12 screens in seven markets, expanding to 15 more next week in a rare platform release that builds strong word of mouth for the well-rated 94% Certified Fresh film which is the entry to the ‘Germany for the International Feature Films Race …

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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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Bring less dystopian sci-fi Apple TV +

Apple TV + is targeting the stars with two new sci-fi series and a movie this fall. Trailers for Foundation, Invasion and Bullfinch everything looks amazing. And dark. Descriptions for each of these include either “dystopian” or “apocalypse” or both. Could we get some more upbeat sci-fi from Apple’s streaming …

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4K Blu-ray 30th Anniversary of the Doomsday

Posted on September 11, 2021 5:17 PM by StudioCanal to celebrate James Cameron’s 30th birthday Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991) with an all-new 4K Blu-ray edition of the film, which will be available for purchase on December 9. In addition to the standard Blu-ray 3D Blu-ray 3D edition of the …

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