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New from Solzy at the Movies by Danielle Solzman: Slamdance 2019: The Vast of Night Interview

Actors Jake Horowitz and Sierra McCormick joined producer Adam Dietrich in speaking with Solzy at the Movies about The Vast of Night at Slamdance.

Unfortunately, director Andrew Patterson was not feeling well on the Sunday afternoon in which this interview took place.  2,891 more words

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Oscar Nominations 2019 - FILM REVIEW: A Star Is Born (2018)

Dir: Bradley Cooper

Nominated for: Best Picture, Best Actor (Bradley Cooper), Best Actress (Lady Gaga), Best Supporting Actor (Sam Elliot), Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Cinematography, Best Sound Mixing, Best Original Song. 2,174 more words

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The Headless Ghost (1959)

On a tour of an allegedly haunted castle in London, three college students (two Americans and a Danish girl) decide to crash overnight in hopes of encountering the ghosts. 155 more words

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Sitting Target (1972)

Vicious, animalistic yet intelligent criminal Harry (Oliver Reed) is visited in prison by his wife Pat (Jill St. John). Hoping for some good news, she instead informs him that she has fallen in love with another man, is pregnant with said man’s child, and wants a divorce. 129 more words

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Sugar Cookies (1973)

Troma notoriously churns out cheapjack garbage. They’ve distributed a handful of interesting independent films, but the titles Lloyd Kaufman and co are directly involved with the production of tend to be cynical readymade items. 221 more words

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Alita: Battle Angel (2019)

Alita: Battle Angel – Film Review

Cast: Rosa Salazar, Christoph Waltz, Jennifer Connelly, Mahershala Ali, Ed Skrein, Keean Johnson

Director: Robert Rodriguez

Synopsis: Set in the 26th century,  a compassionate doctor finds an abandoned cyborg whom he names Alita (Salazar). 646 more words

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Chesty Anderson US Navy (1976)

When one of her fellow curvy cadets is kidnapped, Chesty and her fellow WAVEs bust into action to track down the perpetrators. They uncover a wider political conspiracy involving a corrupt senator. 211 more words

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