1 Feb

‘Sonic Prime’: Netflix Officially Announces Animated ‘Sonic the Hedgehog’ Series

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Late last year, Netflix accidentally let the hedgehog out of the bag a bit early when one of their Twitter accounts revealed an animated Sonic the Hedgehog series was on the way. The tweet was quickly deleted, but word still spread, as it usually does on the internet. We even wrote up a story about it. […]

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1 Feb

‘A Glitch in the Matrix’ Review: ‘Room 237’ Director Explores Simulation Theory [Sundance 2021]

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Rodney Ascher is still best known as the filmmaker behind the enthralling 2012 documentary Room 237, a deep dive into several unconventional readings of Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining that ended up being a movie about obsession. He’s directed a few other projects since then, but now he’s back to explore that same topic from a different […]

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1 Feb

‘The Antisocial Network’: Hollywood is Already Making a Movie About the Ongoing GameStop Chaos

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Only Hollywood could match Wall Street for making billion-dollar projects out of hypotheticals. And the two of them collide in The Antisocial Network, a book proposal about the ongoing GameStop-Wall Street chaos that MGM has landed the rights to following a heated bidding war. Deadline reports that MGM was able to acquire the rights to the book […]

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1 Feb

The Quarantine Stream: ‘Night Stalker’ is a Solid True Crime Documentary Series

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(Welcome to The Quarantine Stream, a series where the /Film team shares what they’ve been watching while social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.) The Series: Night Stalker: The Hunt for a Serial Killer Where You Can Stream It: Netflix The Pitch: It’s a true crime series about the police detectives who were tasked with solving the case of […]

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1 Feb

‘Land’ Review: Robin Wright Goes Off the Grid in Her Feature Directorial Debut [Sundance 2021]

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“I’m here because I choose to be.” So says Edee (Robin Wright) after she’s been resuscitated from near-death in a secluded cabin tucked away in the Rocky Mountains. As Land begins, we see Edee come to the cabin under somewhat mysterious circumstances: she throws her cell phone in a trash can, and once she’s moved-in she pays […]

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1 Feb

‘Street Gang: How We Got to Sesame Street’ Review: A Loving Tribute to the Groundbreaking Children’s TV Show [Sundance 2021]

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Documentaries like I Am Big Bird: The Carroll Spinney Story and Being Elmo: A Puppeteer’s Journey have already dug into a couple slices of the magic that makes Sesame Street so beloved by children and adults alike. Now Marilyn Agrelo‘s new film Street Gang: How We Got to Sesame Street (inspired by Michael Davis’ book […]

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1 Feb

‘The Matrix 4’ Appears to Be Titled ‘Matrix Resurrections’, A Title We Jokingly Predicted in 2009

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One of the most anticipated movies of 2021 is undoubtedly the return of The Matrix franchise. Referred to as The Matrix 4 ever since the project was announced, fans have been waiting to hear what the new movie might be called. The HBO Max teasers for the same-day premieres Warner Bros. Pictures is trying out […]

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