Month: February 2021

Nomadland is currently streaming on Hulu and is generating some serious Oscar buzz! Written, edited, produced and directed by Chloé Zhao, Nomadland is a “one of a kind” movie that’s worth the watch. It is based on the non-fiction book “Nomadland: Surviving America in the Twenty-First Century” by journalist Jessica Bruder. Reports mark it as
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Enter today for the chance to win a physical DVD/Blu-ray combo pack of FATALE to watch at home! Thanks to the folks at Lionsgate, some lucky fans can win this for free! Winners will be chosen at random from all entries received by 5pm CST on Monday, March 1st. One entry per person. Hilary Swank,
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The 78th Golden Globes will be held this year on February 28. The award show committee released the list of nominees on its website today. The TV show The Crown is in the lead with five nominations. Along with this, shows like Schitt’s Creek and The Queen’s Gambit also bagged quite a few nominations. The
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Writer/Director Ryan Bliss launches his first full-length feature film “Alice Fades Away” on February 16th, available on iTunes, Apple TV, Amazon, Google Play, Microsoft, Vuda, Fandago NOW and other On Demand  DVD platforms.  The trailer is truly creepy and that feeling of dread, complete with appropriate images, lighting and music, comes through in the film,
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[embedded content] An unfulfilled man and a mysterious woman believe they are living in a simulated reality, but when their newfound “Bliss” world begins to bleed into the “ugly” world, they must decide what’s real and where they truly belong. Director: Mike Cahill Cast Owen Wilson as Greg Wittle Salma Hayek as Isabel Clemens Madeline Zima as Doris Nesta
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[embedded content] Accompanied by his teenage niece, a gay literature professor reluctantly returns home to attend his father’s funeral. Initial release: January 25, 2020 Director/Writer: Alan Ball Coming out is one of the hardest, and often harshest, experiences of a gay man or woman’s life. And though the 1970’s was a decade of progressive social strides,
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What would happen if a film with a very interesting plot simply fails the box office just because the crew didn’t make things happen properly? Well, this is just the case with DoLittle starring Robert Downey Jr. with his whole bunch of CGI animals. Writer and director Stephen Gaghan adapted this film from the Dr.
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Catch Me If You Can stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hanks in a Steven Spielberg film. There was a time when DiCaprio often chose to only work with the most illustrious of film directors in Hollywood and nobody is bigger than Spielberg. This 20 year old film ages remarkably well and is commonly available on
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One of the more eagerly anticipated feature length films at “Sundance” was Robin Wright’s directorial debut, “Land.” Not only did she direct the piece, but she starred in it. Her co-star was Academy Award nominee Demian Bechir, nominated as Best Actor in 2011’s “A Better Life.” [embedded content] That sounded promising, as did the involvement
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