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Release details and images for 'Mad to be Normal' starring David Tennant and Elisabeth Moss

Mad To Be Normal is set to tell us the story of world-renowned Scottish psychiatrist R.D.Laing (played by David Tennant) and his unique East London community at Kingsley Hall during the 1960’s. 200 more words



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Dystopia is a community or society that is undesirable or frightening.

This movie swings between black comedy, the absurd, violence or surrealism. High-Rise is not for candid souls. 76 more words

Hey Look, Details on the Elisabeth Moss-Starring Satire From the Director of 'Force Majeure'

Ruben Ostlund, the Swedish director whose previous film, Force Majeure, was a darkly hilarious examination of male insecurity and cowardice, has revealed details of his next picture, a provocative satire of the art world. 149 more words


Watch the Unsettling New Super Bowl Teaser for The Handmaid's Tale

A new teaser for The Handmaid’s Tale was released Friday, offering fans a glimpse at the highly-anticipated Hulu adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s best-selling novel. 79 more words

Watch A New 'The Handmaid's Tale' Trailer, Set to Air During the Super Bowl

In the midst of the Super Bowl, a teaser for The Handmaid’s Tale will interrupt the hyper-masculine spectacle for a look into a gendered totalitarian state that used to be America — where rare, fertile women are given to rich officials and their wives for their reproductive potential. 283 more words

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'The Handmaid's Tale' Super Bowl Teaser: First Look At A Defiant Elisabeth Moss As Offred

“My name is Offred and I intend to survive.” We’re getting the first look at Elisabeth Moss as Offred in the anticipated The Handmaid’s Tale, 201 more words

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Truth - Review


Despite the underlying importance of its subject matter, Truth is nothing more than a slog to sit through from start to finish. Screenwriter James Vanderbilt of Zodiac fame seems to have headed down somewhere else afterward and now with him going behind the camera, what could only have come up was something that’d go either way on the map. 814 more words

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