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Cinema Blend: Film News

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  • The Matrix 4
    Unknown plot.
    - 1 day ago, 21 Jan 20, 5:31pm -
  • A Fall from Grace
    When a woman is indicted for murdering her husband, her lawyer thinks there may be a conspiracy at play.
    - 5 days ago, 17 Jan 20, 6:08pm -
  • Don’t Expect Noah Hawley’s Star Trek Movie To Connect With The Current TV Shows
    We could be seeing a very different Star Trek in the next movie.
    - 13 days ago, 10 Jan 20, 12:30pm -
  • The Tomorrow War
    A man is drafted to fight in a war that takes place in the future.
    - 15 days ago, 8 Jan 20, 1:58pm -
  • The Last Duel
    King Charles VI pronounces a duel between a Knight and his squire.
    - 15 days ago, 8 Jan 20, 1:54pm -
  • Tom And Jerry
    The story behind the infamous rivalry of Tom And Jerry.
    - 15 days ago, 8 Jan 20, 1:49pm -
  • Deep Water
    A man who allows his wife to have affairs becomes a suspect in their disappearances.
    - 15 days ago, 8 Jan 20, 1:33pm -
  • Clifford the Big Red Dog
    Clifford, the big red dog, grows to an enormous size.
    - 15 days ago, 8 Jan 20, 1:25pm -
  • The Trial of the Chicago 7
    A look at the 7 people tried after the uprising at the 1968 Democratic National Convention.
    - 15 days ago, 8 Jan 20, 1:19pm -
  • Unhinged
    A mother honks her horn at the wrong man.
    - 15 days ago, 8 Jan 20, 1:09pm -

Cinema Blend: Movie Reviews

CNN.com: The Screening Room

  • "In a Dream"

    "In a Dream"

    LONDON, England -- Sheffield Doc/Fest is a film festival, industry session programme and market place making for five intense days in November.This is the festival’s 15th year and our first day was on Thursday, the 6th. We took a red-eye flight fro…
    - 10 Nov 08, 10:33am -
  • A meeting with Mr Bond

    A meeting with Mr Bond

    LONDON,England -- As I enter the room I realise I have Bond at a disadvantage. His trigger-finger and indeed his right arm is trapped in a sling -- a reminder of recent skirmishes on behalf of Her Majesty's Secret Service. I raise my right hand and m…
    - 30 Oct 08, 11:46am -
  • Return to form for Woody Allen

    Return to form for Woody Allen

    LONDON, England -- Lust, passion, laughter, art, a beautiful city and a ménage a trois with two of the world’s most beautiful actresses -- you couldn’t ask for more perfect ingredients for a great Woody Allen tragic-comedy.What some are calling…
    - 27 Oct 08, 12:01pm -
  • Fact and fiction meet in "W"

    Fact and fiction meet in "W"

    (LONDON, England) -- Could it be more timely? As America prepares to go to the polls, “W,” Oliver Stone’s biopic of the still incumbent president, George “Dubya” Bush tells the story as that of a heavy-drinking frat boy who found God and ma…
    - 24 Oct 08, 7:42am -
  • Is 'Frost/Nixon' the thinking man's 'Rocky?'

    Is 'Frost/Nixon' the thinking man's 'Rocky?'

    LONDON, England -- I've just watched the stunning "Frost/Nixon," a feature that boasts exceptional acting performances, with Frank Langella’s portrayal of disgraced U.S President Richard Nixon a standout.Director Ron Howard should also be praised f…
    - 15 Oct 08, 11:07am -
  • Why you should thunder along to 'Tropic'

    Why you should thunder along to 'Tropic'

    LONDON, England -- A movie directed, co-produced, co-written and co-starred by Ben Stiller was never going to be an artistic chef-d’oeuvre. Never mind, cause “ain’t nothing but a thang,” as one of the lead actors would say.The moguls behind "…
    - 15 Oct 08, 6:05am -
  • Artfully done

    Artfully done

    LONDON, England -- Damien Hirst's formaldehyde shark and gilded calf are sold for millions while banks crumble, but art has always delighted in courting paradox and eluding definition.The same can be said for the documentary "Beautiful Losers." Openi…
    - 9 Oct 08, 11:22am -
  • Sherlock, stock and two smoking barrels?

    Sherlock, stock and two smoking barrels?

    Film buffs were baffled earlier this year when Warner Brothers announced that Guy Ritchie, the British master of the gritty gangster flick, is to direct the studio's screen adaptation of Sherlock Holmes.Would Ritchie turn the legendary inspector into…
    - 2 Oct 08, 8:19am -
  • Raindance Film Festival starts today

    Raindance Film Festival starts today

    (LONDON, England) -- The likes of Guy Ritchie and Christopher Nolan are alumni of Raindance, the UK-based indie film champions who are launching their 16th film festival today.It runs from 1-12 October in London's West End and is a great place to cat…
    - 1 Oct 08, 5:41am -
  • Music and murder in Paolo Sorrentino's 'Il Divo'

    Music and murder in Paolo Sorrentino's 'Il Divo'

    (LONDON, England) -- Murder to music is rarely done as artfully as in the opening sequence of "Il Divo," Sorrentino's biopic of seven-time Italian Prime Minister, Giulio Andreotti. The subject matter may be highly political but, this is no stodgy, hi…
    - 30 Sep 08, 11:54am -

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    - 21 Mar 19, 6:02am -

L.A. Times: Movie Reviews

MTV: Movies

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NYMag: Movies

  • Museum Piece

    Museum Piece

    The stiff, stuffy The Monuments Men.
    - 2 Feb 14, 9:21pm -
  • To Siri With Love

    To Siri With Love

    Spike Jonze's Her fixes Joaquin Phoenix up with an operating system.
    - 15 Dec 13, 8:09pm -
  • Man of Constant Sorrow

    Man of Constant Sorrow

    Oscar Isaac catches a bad break (or ten) in Inside Llewyn Davis.
    - 1 Dec 13, 9:13pm -
  • Quixote in Flyover Country

    Quixote in Flyover Country

    Bruce Dern road-trips to claim bogus prize money in Nebraska.
    - 10 Nov 13, 8:03pm -
  • Bike Shorts on Fire

    Bike Shorts on Fire

    Alex Gibney confronts cycling’s top cheat in The Armstrong Lie.
    - 3 Nov 13, 7:46pm -
  • Outlaw Pharmacology

    Outlaw Pharmacology

    Matthew McConaughey plays a drug-smuggling AIDS patient in Dallas Buyers Club.
    - 27 Oct 13, 9:08pm -
  • Paris Is Burning

    Paris Is Burning

    You’ve never seen a love story like Blue Is the Warmest Color.
    - 20 Oct 13, 8:04pm -
  • Fright Fests

    Fright Fests

    Six horror-film festivals that provide all the shock and terror you need.
    - 15 Oct 13, 3:53pm -
  • Found at Sea

    Found at Sea

    Robert Redford gives a career-best performance in All Is Lost.
    - 14 Oct 13, 4:51pm -
  • Solo Voyage

    Solo Voyage

    All Is Lost’s Robert Redford doesn’t need co-stars, but he could use a towel.
    - 13 Oct 13, 9:05pm -

Rolling Stones: Movie Reviews

    San Francisco Chronicle: Movie

    • Where to stream the 2020 Oscar-nominated movies
      A rundown of which of 2020's Oscar Nominees are still in theaters, or where you can stream them right now, so that you're all caught up on February 9th.
      - 10 days ago, 13 Jan 20, 11:39am -
    • Final goodbye: Recalling influential people who died in 2019
      A sharecropper's son who rose through the seats of power to become one of the nation's most influential voices. A Republican who went on to lead the U.S. Supreme Court's liberal wing. A lauded writer who brought to light stories overshadowed by preju…
      - 38 days ago, 16 Dec 19, 12:47pm -
    • Review: 'The Art of Racing in the Rain' a sloppy wet kiss of a dog movie
      Who can resist cute dog stories, even if it is the centerpiece of a sappy film and the dog has Kevin Costner’s voice? Don’t allow a curmudgeon like me to rain on your parade.“The Art of Racing in the Rain,” a sure-handed but predictable adap…
      - 8 Aug 19, 2:48pm -
    • Movie review capsules for week of Aug. 26
      A.X.L. A sci-fi adventure about a robotic dog, created by the military, and the friendship he develops with a teenage boy (Alex Neustaedter). Not reviewed. Rated PG. 100 minutes. Alpha A slightl…
      - 23 Aug 18, 12:36pm -
    • Capsule movie reviews for Aug. 5
      American Animals Writer-director Bart Layton has made an interesting movie, a narrative feature with documentary elements, about an inept group of would-be thieves who join forces to steal a rare book from a college library. The movie is funny, but w…
      - 1 Aug 18, 2:39pm -
    • Movie review capsules for July 29
      American Animals Writer-director Bart Layton has made an interesting movie, a narrative feature with documentary elements, about an inept group of would-be thieves, who join forces to steal a rare book from a college library. The movie is funny, but…
      - 26 Jul 18, 1:40pm -
    • 'Falbalas,' a Jacques Becker favorite, to screen at BAMPFA
      I’m going to come clean right from the start and break the first rule of film criticism — that is, by reviewing a movie I haven’t seen. Here’s the reason for making an exception this time: This is a hard movie to see.…
      - 19 Jul 18, 3:30pm -
    • Capsule movie reviews for week of July 15
      American Animals Writer-director Bart Layton has made an interesting movie, a narrative feature with documentary elements, about an inept group of would-be thieves, who join forces to steal a rare book from a college library. The movie is funny, but…
      - 12 Jul 18, 12:00pm -
    • Movie capsule reviews for July 8
      American Animals Writer-director Bart Layton has made an interesting movie, a narrative feature with documentary elements, about an inept group of would-be thieves, who join forces to steal a rare book from a college library. The movie is funny, but…
      - 5 Jul 18, 12:23pm -
    • ‘Eating Animals’ review: Thoughtful, provocative documentary on factory farming
      Look, I was heading in this direction anyway, but it says something that I’m polishing off this review of “Eating Animals” at a delicious vegetarian restaurant in San Francisco. But I would think it would be hard to walk away f…
      - 2 Jul 18, 5:28pm -

    The A.V. Club: Film

    The Guardian: Film + Interviews

    • Toby Jones: 'Actors talking about acting? It makes you scream!'
      He’s played everything from an elf in Harry Potter to Truman Capote and a harassed coach driver. Now, Jones is taking on Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya. Just don’t call it the role of a lifetimeTwenty minutes after we meet, I worry that I’ve given Tob…
      - 2 days ago, 21 Jan 20, 1:00am -
    • Jonathan Pryce: ‘There’s a definite shortage of 72-year-old Welsh men’
      The actor talks about his Oscar nomination for The Two Popes and his new role as Don Quixote, before moving on to the vexed subject of inequality in the movie industryIt is the day after the Oscar nominations, and Jonathan Pryce is perched at a corne…
      - 2 days ago, 21 Jan 20, 1:00am -
    • Stellan Skarsgård: ‘I don’t give advice to my children’
      The actor, 68, on dreaming of being a diplomat, smashing telephones with skill and the days before Marvel ruled the worldI intended to become a diplomat. That was my dream. I didn’t take acting seriously until I was 16 and got a role in a Swedish s…
      - 5 days ago, 18 Jan 20, 9:00am -
    • Jack O’Connell: ‘Not many actors come from where I am from. I am proud of that’
      The actor on his Derbyshire roots, travelling in his caravan and reforming OasisBorn in Derbyshire, Jack O’Connell, 29, had a role in This is England in 2006 and went on to appear in Skins from 2009 to 2013. In 2015, he won the Bafta Rising Star aw…
      - 5 days ago, 18 Jan 20, 4:30am -
    • Kathy Bates: 'I told Clint that after 50 years, I feel like I've hit the big time'
      With her fourth nomination for an Oscar, Kathy Bates talks about overcoming brutal criticism about her looks, her pride at playing real women and why she loved working with Clint Eastwood‘Oh, I’m a bumper!” says Kathy Bates as I reach out to sh…
      - 6 days ago, 17 Jan 20, 1:00am -
    • Brian Blessed: 'All my life, 90% of men have bored the arse off me'
      Dressed in pyjamas and wellies, the great actor talks about his astronaut training in Russia, the original Cats – and putting his might behind his daughter Rosalind’s very personal playsOn a shelf in Brian Blessed’s study is a plastic toy, a re…
      - 10 days ago, 13 Jan 20, 10:09am -
    • Succession’s Brian Cox: ‘I was touched up by Princess Margaret’
      Fresh from winning a Golden Globe for his portrayal of media tycoon Logan Roy, the actor talks about class, cannabis and an odd royal encounterDoing an interview over the phone can be a thankless job: lines get crossed, you awkwardly interrupt one an…
      - 10 days ago, 13 Jan 20, 1:00am -
    • Uncut Gems star Julia Fox: ‘I was nervous… what if I had no idea how to act?’
      She was a face on New York’s club scene when the Safdie brothers got in touch to tell her she’d be perfect to star alongside Adam Sandler in their new film. Now Hollywood beckons…When sibling film-makers Josh and Benny Safdie were developing th…
      - 11 days ago, 12 Jan 20, 10:00am -
    • Pippi Longstocking: can the world’s strongest girl conquer Britain?
      Karin Nyman tells Richard Orange of her hopes that a new film and musical will lead another generation of readers to her mother’s subversive heroineShe heaves a circus strongman above her head and tosses policemen into bushes, vanquishes hapless bu…
      - 12 days ago, 11 Jan 20, 12:20pm -
    • Emilio Estevez: ‘Brat Pack will be on my tombstone’
      The star of The Breakfast Club now has his father Martin Sheen’s looks, a bromance with Alec Baldwin – and sad news for fans of St Elmo’s FireUnlike his father and his brother, Emilio Estevez never changed his name. Ramon Estevez became Martin…
      - 13 days ago, 10 Jan 20, 5:00am -

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