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Exclusive Interview: Writer/Director Mora Stephens Talks About Her Political Thriller ZIPPER

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(All photos are courtesy of Falco Ink.) A handsome middle-aged man, dressed in the finest attire, emerges from the elevator doors and walks through the silent hall, fiddling…

WE ARE YOUR FRIENDS Is A Good Song Badly Auto-Tuned

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  Just like that thumping noise that accompanies your entrance to a club, We Are Your Friends opens with the premise of a good time. What this project…

NO ESCAPE Movie Review – Save Our Greatest Natural Resource, White People

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NO ESCAPE: A cringe-inducing, unappetizing throwback to the Golden Era of Hollywood Racism.

WE ARE YOUR FRIENDS Movie Review – EDM DJs Will Save Us All

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WE ARE YOUR FRIENDS: A joyless, derivative drama structured around the music biopic formula.

Disney Reveals MOANA, Its New Polynesian Princess

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Following the steps of the sisters from Frozen, Disney’s Moana promises to be all about female empowerment. It tells the story of a young Polynesian princess of the same…

The Top 5 Casino Movies

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Casino movies are some of the best films out there! People love playing casino games and love the high stakes of big money, especially when its not their…

ONE AND TWO Movie Review – Thematically Rich, Beautifully Shot, Expertly Realized

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ONE AND TWO is a thematically rich film that is beautifully shot and expertly realized.

STRAIGHT OUTTA COMPTON Movie Review – Hip-Hop History Comes Alive

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STRAIGHT OUTTA COMPTON: Simultaneously de-mythologizes and re-mythologizes N.W.A.’s contributions to rap music and hip-hop culture.

Who the heck is THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E.? – Movie Review

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THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E. has no idea what it’s nostalgic for, beyond the early ’60s.

Exclusive Interview: Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini Discuss TEN THOUSAND SAINTS

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Screen Invasion has an exclusive interview with TEN THOUSAND SAINTS writer/directors Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini.

THE GIFT Movie Review – Slyly Subversive Psychological Thriller

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THE GIFT: Joel Edgerton’s slyly subversive, suspense-driven directorial debut successfully manipulates expectations for suspense & surprise.

FANTASTIC FOUR Movie Review – Disappointing, Deflating, Dire

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FANTASTIC FOUR: Underwritten characters, underused actors, sub-banal dialogue, and a rushed third act; a complete and utter failure.

FAULTS: A Sly, Effective Thriller – Streaming Movie Review

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FAULTS: Riley Stearns has crafted a smart, efficient thriller here—the kind of film that feels off kilter the whole time.

Exclusive Interview: Daniel Junge and Kief Davidson Discuss A LEGO BRICKUMENTARY

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(All photos are courtesy of RADiUS-TWC.)   Far from human reach, Juno is now on its fourth year of travel in space. In honour of the toy’s role…

VACATION Movie Review – Egregious, Excremental, Execrable

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VACATION: Neither the journey nor the eventual destination proves to be particularly memorable, let alone funny except sporadically.

MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE – ROGUE NATION Movie Review – Tom Cruise, The Fifth Element

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MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE – ROGUE NATION: Certainly qualifies as entertaining, even if only viscerally and not intellectually.