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Lee Daniels Still Bitter About Mo’Nique’s “Disrespectful” Comments And Says “She Needs To Shut Up”

It’s been almost a decade since Lee Daniels released the award-winning film “Precious.” And while there were many people involved in that production that were singled out for their hard work, perhaps none were recognized as much as actress Mo’Nique. Looking at all the awards she was nominated for and …

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Karlovy Vary Review: ‘Diamantino’ is an Ambitious, Anarchic Achievement

If the protagonist of Diamantino reminds you of a certain celebrity it is, as we can only presume, not accidental. The character in question–for whom this hallucinatory tale is named after–is a professional footballer who plays up front for the Portuguese national team. He sports diamond stud earrings (one in …

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A Quiet Place Sequel Won’t Be Rushed, John Krasinski Still Involved

a quiet place sequel

Earlier this year, the sci-fi horror thriller A Quiet Place took the box office by storm, pulling in nearly $330 million worldwide and garnering praise from critics and audiences alike. The suspenseful film left things a little open-ended for the possibility of a sequel, and not long after the film …

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Today in Movie Culture: ‘Skyscraper’ Pays Homage to ‘Die Hard,’ The Philosophy of Bo Burnham and More | Movie News

Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:   Movie Influences of the Day: Dwayne Johnson pays homage to two of the main influences on his new movie Skyscraper with these posters in the style of Die Hard and The Towering Inferno:  I had …

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Quentin Tarantino Had An Intense Reaction To The Suspiria Remake

by Danny Salemme – on Jul 02, 2018 in Movie News After watching Luca Guadagnino’s remake of Dario Argento’s seminal horror classic Suspiria, Quentin Tarantino had an intense reaction. Guadagnino screened his movie for Taraninto, and his response was exactly what the Call Me By Your Name director hoped for: deeply emotional. Based on …

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What’s New to Stream on Hulu for July 2018


Here’s what’s coming to Hulu this month! Hulu has been stuck in the third place position when it comes to movie streaming behind Netflix and Amazon Prime because most people still see them strictly as a home for next-day television. They have movies too, though, and more than a few …

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Luke Cage Season 2: Theo Rossi on Shades’ Journey

From showrunner Cheo Hodari Coker, Season 2 of the Netflix original series Marvel’s Luke Cage sees the man himself (Mike Colter) learning to adjust to having become a celebrity on the streets of Harlem. While kids love the bulletproof superhero, Luke Cage is feeling the heat, with an increased pressure …

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Late-Night HBO Series ‘Random Acts Of Flyness’ Sets Premiere Date

HBO’s forthcoming late-night series Random Acts of Flyness from artist Terence Nance is set to debut its six-episode season on Aug. 3. The show will air every Friday at midnight ET/PT and give a new, thought-provoking perspective on cultural idioms such as patriarchy, white supremacy, and, as shown in the video below, …

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‘Hereditary’ Director Talks Influences And Says ‘Dogville’ Is The “Best Movie Of The Last Twenty Years”

“Hereditary” director Ari Aster recently sat down with Film Comment’s Michael Koresky for a pretty wide-ranging discussion on his newest, and first, feature, which has already become on the best-reviewed films of the year. Of particular note in the conversation is Aster’s own filmic influences and what’s immediately clear is …

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15 Films to See in July


After looking at the first half of 2018 and highlighting the best films of the year so far, it’s time to enter the back half of the year. July brings our most-anticipated blockbuster of the entire year, more festival favorites, a few essential documentaries, and a handful of curiosities. Matinees: …

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