The Perfect Ethan Hawke Romance According To Rotten Tomatoes

In addition to starring, Hawke and Delpy also co-wrote Linklater’s sequels “Before Sunset” and “Before Midnight,” which came out in 2004 and 2013. The films catch up with Jesse and Céline in real-time, with “Sunset” revealing what ultimately became of the pair in the intervening years since “Sunrise” and “Midnight” showing what their lives are […]

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Netflix’s Hit Man Has A Hilarious (And Telling) American Psycho Reference

“American Psycho” is about an evil man with contempt for the world who nonetheless wants to be part of it and all its shallow materialism. Bateman grooms himself obsessively, chases all the trends his coworkers do, and listens to the most anodyne music he can. When his fiance Evelyn (Reese Witherspoon) asks why he doesn’t […]

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Marvel Scrapped A Mahershala Ali Blade Movie Set In The 1920s

“Blade” really is unique in the history of troubled Hollywood productions. So tumultuous was the film’s journey that Ali himself almost left “Blade” altogether, which would have been a disastrous, and potentially fatal blow to the project. In the meantime, Ali has left “Blade” fans hanging by joining the new “Jurassic World” movie — which […]

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Godzilla X Kong Is The Biggest MonsterVerse Movie At The Box Office

Not only did “The New Empire” become the biggest movie in the MonsterVerse and, amazingly enough, the highest-grossing “Godzilla” movie of all time, but it did so on a relatively thrifty budget. The film was made for $135 million before marketing, making it the cheapest entry in the franchise to date as well. So not […]

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Dune 2 Used Video Game Tech And Infrared Cameras To Perfect The Harkonnen Arena Fight

Much like the Baron and his project to conquer Arrakis, with “Dune” and “Dune: Part Two,” Denis Villeneuve found himself confronted with a truly gargantuan task. Luckily, he had his own trusted foot soldiers who could help him bring his epic vision to life. One of the most important was cinematographer Greig Fraser, who truly […]

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A Bold New Documentary Does Everything The Whale Tried And Failed To Do

“Your Fat Friend” isn’t attempting to solve fatphobia or provide a history lesson on fatness in America (which would require six seasons of hour-long episodes at minimum), and instead uses the character-driven focus of Aubrey Gordon’s existence and activism as a reminder to the world at large that society is permissibly cruel to fat people. […]

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