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“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” and “Jigsaw” Are the Same Movie
Richard Brody reviews the Spierig brothers’ horror film “Jigsaw” and Martin McDonagh’s violent drama “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.”
Twitter is accusing Sony of “straight-washing” their new film “Call Me By Your Name”
Call Me By Your Name is the coming-of-age story about 17-year-old Elio, who enters into a passionate romance with his father’s research assistant,…
11 Brittany Murphy movies you can watch in honor of the late star’s birthday
The late, great Brittany Murphy is one of the most memorable actresses of the late ’90s and early 2000s. She took on…
Link About It: Archivist Rick Prelinger's Filmic Glimpse of Demolished New York
A captivating urban history lesson crafted from old home movies and even "process plates" from commercial films, "Lost Landscapes of New York" is an archivist's vision of a demolished NYC. Rick
Link About It: Another Side of Grace Jones in New Documentary "Bloodlight and Bami"
In filmmaker Sophie Fiennes' latest documentary, "Bloodlight and Bami," the auteur follows icon Grace Jones. For five years, Fiennes captured Jones' charm and power, but also insights into her rarely
Original directors of the Han Solo movie open up about being let go
It's the first time they've addressed it since their departure. The post Original directors of the Han Solo movie open up about being let go appeared first on The Daily Dot.
10 Obscure Movie Details You Probably Missed or Never Knew
From Kevin's plane ticket to the hidden camera in The Matrix
15 weird movies on Netflix that will make you question humanity
Why are we all here? Why do we like the things we do? Who in their right mind would join a cult…
All the ways 'The Silence of the Lambs' changed from book to movie
Tucking into a delicious Thanksgiving dinner? Don't forget your liver, fava beans, and chianti! Jonathan Demme's masterpiece is a pretty faithful adaptation of Thomas Harris' novel, but translates
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15 sad movies to watch on Netflix when you need a good cry
Some days you’re just down in the dumps and need a good cry. You don’t necessarily have a reason to be sad,…
Quentin Tarantino's Charles Manson Film Eyes Release Date on 50th Anniversary of Sharon Tate Murder
Quentin Tarantino plans to release his film revolving around murder of Sharon Tate on the 50th anniversary of her untimely death.
Jordan Peele Confirmed the Spookiest Popular Get Out Fan Theory
And it involves a creepy easter egg about 'The Shining'
Bryan Singer Fired as Queen Biopic 'Bohemian Rhapsody' Director
Amid tensions between director Bryan Singer and actor Rami Malek, 20th Century Fox decided to relieve Singer of his duties.
What Most Impresses Other Voice Actors About Mel Blanc, the Man of 1000 Voices
Hank Azaria, who voices the most characters on The Simpsons, explains the genius of Mel Blanc
Link About It: Saudi Arabia to End 35-Year Ban on Cinemas
After 35 years, Saudi Arabia will be opening cinemas to the public. Citizens of the conservative nation have mostly welcomed the news, but it also has some concerned about censorship. This is just one
Glen Keane Live Animates the Little Mermaid’s Ariel to ‘Part of Your World’
Keane designed and animated the character of Ariel in the film 'The Little Mermaid'
Video: Danny Boyle x Banksy – “The Alternativity” Film
After revealing two new pieces in the holy city of Bethlehem on the eve of Alternativity play held around the corner from his Walled Off Hotel, Banksy premiering the The Alternativity film on BBC Two
Rotten Apples Reveals Films Linked to People Accused of Sexual Misconduct
Link About It: The Wes Anderson-Inspired "Budapest Cafe"
Inspired by Wes Anderson, Melbourne-based studio Biasol has designed The Budapest Cafe in Chengdu, China. Mimicking Anderson's delightful obsession with symmetry, the interior is also a pastel
Link About It: Rotten Apples Movie Website Tracks the Work of Sexual Predators
In a clever and thoughtful move, four creatives have launched a website called "Rotten Apples," which helps viewers keep track of Hollywood's sexual predators. Simply type the name of a film into the