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Five Things We Discovered About the New Steve Jobs Movie
When Steve Jobs hits movie theaters on Oct. 9, it will be the second film inspired on the innovator's life in the space of just two years, on top of two existing biographies, a September documentary by Alex Gibney and a 2017 opera in Santa Fe. But ...
"Friends" cordial? Wanna flee "No Escape?" These and more Popcorn Bag movie ...
A likable cast and stylish moments can't quite save this soapy, far-fetched story. Shawn says: "Not a great movie but a lot to like. Loved the sun-drenched, Instagram-ready cinematography, bangin' music and the chemistry between Zac Efron and Wes Bently.
Cape Watch: Mad Max's George Miller Might Direct the New Superman Movie
As summer draws to a close and people start to wonder just how it is that Ant-Man wasn't the disappointment they'd expected it to be (and that Fantastic Four totally was), it's time to turn our attention to the future, and the movies awaiting us ...
Queen of Earth is the scariest movie of the summer
The Week Magazine
The scariest movie I've seen this year is Alex Ross Perry's strange, mesmerizing Queen of Earth. Essentially a two-hander, Queen of Earth follows Catherine (Elisabeth Moss) and Ginny (Katherine Waterston) as they spend a week at a cabin owned by Ginny ...
Every Quentin Tarantino Movie, Ranked
Dense with allusions to other work but more fun than a barrel of monkeys (studded with nails and rolled down a hill, à la Herschell Gordon Lewis's 2000 Maniacs), Quentin Tarantino's movies cry out to be viewed both singly and in relation to one another ...

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