I am a huge fan of foreign language films. The trailer for the fascinatingly themed film “White Dog” has me mesmerized. Described as “hard to watch” this is
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The quiet Oscar nominated film “Still Alice” is one of those movies that perfectly showcases the talents of it’s star and informs moviegoers without pandering. Without coming off
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“Selma” is a massively moving film that feels poignantly relevant and long over due. Up until now there has not been a civil rights film that captured the
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Terrence Malick is one of the most renowned directors of all time. His last film “Tree of Life” was a sprawling visual masterpiece that was one of my
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Chris Nolan’s “Interstellar” is much like last years heart pounding space drama “Gravity” in that it re-kindles the magical memories I had as a child of N.A.S.A. One
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There is already some early Oscar buzz surrounding directo David Ayer’s WW2 drama “Fury” starring Brad Pitt.

The synopsis: As the Allies make their final push in
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Nicolas Cage is back and this time he has a score to settle with God himself. Based on the uber popular Christian fiction book series, “Left Behind” seems
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The much hyped, and much maligned, book to movie adaptation of “Fifty Shades of Grey” is a bizarre phenomenon. I am hoping that the film will become an
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Sony Pictures Classics has debuted the new trailer for director Bennett Miller’s Foxcatcher, the November 14 release starring Steve Carell, Channing Tatum, Mark Ruffalo, Vanessa Redgrave, Sienna Miller
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The first trailer for “Birdman”, the new black comedy from Alejandro Gonz├ílez Inarritu (“Amores Perros”, “Babel”) looks gorgeous and super quirky. The movie stars Michael Keaton, one of
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