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Lion :: Trailer

The search begins. A five-year-old Indian boy gets lost on the streets of Calcutta, thousands of kilometers from home. He survives many challenges before being adopted ...
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My Blind Brother :: Trailer

The rivalry between two brothers reaches a fever pitch during a charity swim competition. Love for the same woman causes conflict between an over-achieving blind ...
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Hands of Stone goes in interesting directions but ends up ultimately disappointing

I’ve seen quite a few boxing movies over the years, and quite a few “true life” ones. Ali comes to mind as a disappointing one ...
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A Tale of Love and Darkness paints an evocative, fraught picture of the birth of an artist

Amos Oz (born as Klausner) is considered Israel’s most famous author. Living, at least. He was born in 1939 and has been writing since the ...
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The Hollars has a simplistic indie movie story elevated by a killer cast

Actors transitioning to directors. It happens. And there are a lot of them as it turns out, but it’s a mixed bag of results. The ...
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Rings :: Trailer

You stop living the moment you want to die. Samara returns with a familiar video tape to strike terror again in the third film of ...
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The Rocky Horror Picture Show :: Preview

There has been much written and said in the months since FOX announced they were going to air a remake of the beloved cult classic ...
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Win The Walking Dead Season Six on Blu-ray

This past season brought many unforeseen, exciting and pulse-pounding twists and turns. With the end of every season comes the bittersweet knowledge that we must ...
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The Boss comes to home video with a little something extra

Melissa McCarthy had a successful television career with her sitcom Mike & Molly, not to mention her earlier role on the beloved Gilmore Girls. Her ...
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NBC’s Better Late Than Never is much better than expected

I have to admit, when I first heard the concept and saw the first teasers for the new NBC reality series Better Late Than Never, ...
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Dead of Summer finally puts the pieces together

It's been a patience-trying eight weeks with Freeform's Dead of Summer, but it's finally going somewhere ... and there are only two episodes left, meaning ...
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Fear The Walking Dead goes into the past as well as the future for one intriguing character

Question: As writers, where do you go now on Fear The Walking Dead? All the main characters are scattered to the four winds. The compound they ...
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