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‘The Kindergarten Teacher’ Review: Maggie Gyllenhaal Gives an Impeccable Performance

Michael McKinney
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We open up on Lisa (Maggie Gyllenhaal) entering into a classroom. Lisa puts the shades in the windows up and turns on a fan in her kindergarten classroom. She sits at one of the small tables and takes a moment for herself. We next see Lisa looking at an aquarium while waiting on a ferry. […]

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before Review: An Excellent Teenage Rom-Com

‘First Man’ Review: A Solid, Beautiful, and Rather Subdued Film

Emma Loggins
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Damien Chazelle and star Ryan Gosling have teamed up again for their latest film, the Georgia-filmed First Man, which releases in theaters today. First Man tells the iconic story of the first manned mission to the moon, with a focus on Neil Armstong’s life for roughly a decade leading up to the historic Apollo 11 […]

Ryan Gosling to Star in Neil Armstrong Biopic ‘First Man’

‘Tea With the Dames’: A Conversation with Four Incredible Actresses

Michael McKinney
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Four friends gather to talk about their careers, their loves, and their lives. This isn’t an ordinary group of friends but four legendary actresses; Eileen Atkins, Judi Dench, Joan Plowright, and Maggie Smith, all Dames (It’s the British version of knighthood for women). The women have all been friends for a long time, some more […]

‘Belle’ Review: Behold A Lady

The Lament Configuration: A Hellraiser Photo Shoot

Mike Phalin
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Innocence, anger, and lust. All three hold a different outcome for the seeker of the puzzle box. An artisan cube of engineering genius, superb beauty, and hidden danger. Possibly the most iconic in the horror genre, the Lament Configuration first appeared on the Clive Barker novel “The Hellbound Heart” and brought to life on the […]

Pharrell and Gwen Stefani Set to Collaborate on ‘Paddington’ Movie Theme

‘Hal’ Review: A Documentary about a Forgotten Director of Great Films

Michael McKinney
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When we think of the directors who made their mark in the seventies we think of Francis Ford Coppola with ‘The Godfather Part 1 and II’, Stanley Kubrick with ‘A Clockwork Orange,’ ‘Barry Lyndon,’ Martin Scorsese with ‘Taxi Driver,’ George Lucas with ‘American Graffiti’ and ‘Star Wars,’ and Steven Spielberg with ‘Jaws’ and ‘Close Encounters […]

‘Belle’ Review: Behold A Lady

October 2018 Hulu Monthly Update: ‘Into the Dark: THE BODY’, ‘The Simpsons’ and More!

The Jacob
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It’s October! The weather is getting cool, so it’s the perfect time to open the windows, get beneath a blanket and check out the new movies and shows you can watch this month! All of your favorite programming and movies is available on Hulu! We have the list for you all of all the new […]

April 2015 Hulu Monthly Update: ‘Deadbeat,’ ‘Louie,’ ‘Sons of Anarchy’ and More!

Exclusive: Director Jenni Gold Talks Inclusion, Diversity, and ‘CinemAbility’

Mike Phalin
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Inclusion and diversity are huge talking points in Hollywood. During set visits or interviews, showrunners and directors always mention that they are looking at more ways to diversify the teams in front of and behind the camera. Yet, there’s a group that always seems to be missing from these discussions. Those with disabilities are a […]

Exclusive: Danny Bellens & Nikita Black Talk ‘My Jurassic Place’