28 Feb

The Orbital Children Is A Complex, Thrilling Sci-Fi Adventure About Technology And Transhumanism

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(Welcome to Ani-time Ani-where, a regular column dedicated to helping the uninitiated understand and appreciate the world of anime.) You may not know the name Mitsuo Iso, but he has long been involved with some of the best works of anime, animating some of the best fight scenes in everything from “Mobile Suit Gundam,” “Ghost […]

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28 Feb

Calling All Dads: Yellowstone Season 4 Will Be Streaming On Peacock In March

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Hey Dad, I’ve got info that is relevant to your interests! (Not just my dad, though I did just text him about this before I started typing.) The Paramount+ series “Yellowstone” will begin streaming season 4 on Peacock! Trust me, your dad knows that the first three seasons are already streaming on the service, but […]

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28 Feb

Sam Mendes Returns With Empire Of Light, Which Begins Filming Today

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Sam Mendes has officially begun production on “Empire of Light,” which will serve as the director’s followup to his WWI epic “1917.” Olivia Colman, who can be seen above in her Oscar-nominated role in “The Lost Daughter,” is starring in the film as Hilary opposite Micheal Ward (“Small Axe: Lovers Rock”) as Stephen, Colin Firth […]

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28 Feb

The 16 Best Oscar Isaac Movies Ranked

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Oscar Isaac is one of the most exciting stars of our generation. His brooding good looks are the subject of many thirst tweets and he delivers swoon-worthy red carpet moments. But more than that, he is a versatile character actor with a magnetic on-screen presence. His New Hollywood era style intensity is reminiscent of a young Al Pacino […]

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28 Feb

Morbius Trailer Breakdown: Jared Leto's Conflicted Marvel Antihero Arrives

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More than two years (!) after the first trailer for the movie arrived, Sony Pictures has released what is being billed as the final trailer for “Morbius,” the studio’s latest Marvel Comics adaptation. This is cut from a similar cloth as “Venom,” with Sony utilizing the characters connected to Spider-Man that it has at its […]

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28 Feb

Why Stephen King Hated Stanley Kubrick's Adaptation Of The Shining So Much

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If you ask a horror fan to name the top 10 best horror movies of all time, more often than not, Stanley Kubrick’s “The Shining” will make an appearance. The 1980 film adaptation of Stephen King’s novel of the same name is largely considered to be a cinematic horror masterpiece, and in 2018, “The Shining” […]

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28 Feb

The 20 Most Underrated Disney Movies You Need To See

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Known for its magical film catalog, The Walt Disney Company certainly has quite a cinematic legacy. From beloved animated films to live-action productions that cater to many different audiences, there’s something for everybody within the Disney movie landscape. As the years continue to pass on that selection of movies continues to expand, leading viewers both […]

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28 Feb

The Bonnie And Clyde Controversy Explained

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In 1967, the landscape of American cinema was changed forever with the release of “Bonnie and Clyde.” It was one of the first films of the New Hollywood era, an inventive style of filmmaking that used unconventional storytelling techniques. Director Arthur Penn’s spin on 1930s gangster movies had a counterculture sensibility that broke numerous cinematic taboos. […]

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28 Feb

Dustin Hoffman's Quick Wit Created One Of The Most Famous Lines In Hollywood History

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Even if you’ve never seen “Midnight Cowboy,” John Schlesinger’s gritty look at the American dream and masculinity in urban America, you’re probably familiar with the bit of someone nearly getting hit by a car and shouting, “I’m walkin’ here!” It’s one of the most famous lines in Hollywood history. You may have seen the reference in […]

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28 Feb

American Graffiti Ending Explained: The Calm Before The Storm

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Before the mammoth success of “Star Wars,” George Lucas directed and co-wrote (along with Gloria Katz and Willard Huyck) the 1973 coming-of-age film “American Graffiti.” A nostalgic slice of Americana pie filmed in a warm, naturalistic style, “American Graffiti” is the simple, wistful story of a group of California teenagers spending one last night together after their […]

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