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In Bill Paxton's Final Letter, He Admitted He Was 'Nervous' For His Surgery

If the name Bill Paxton doesn’t ring a bell, you’d probably still recognize him from movies such as Apollo 13, Titanic, Twister and Aliens. The Emmy-award winning actor passed away on Saturday after complications stemming from a heart surgery. 170 more words

Review: Rust and Bone

The common state of play for World Cinema directors these days is to capture life as gritty and dirty as they can find it, then chuck in as much perversity as possible in the hope that critics will raise more than an eyebrow and remark how marvellously different it is from Hollywood. 527 more words

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Will Smith is a hard-nosed cop in a fantasy world in the first teaser for Netflix's Bright -- watch

As Netflix’s profile continues to rise in the film industry, it was only be a matter of time until the streaming titan would extend its ambitions to include one of Hollywood’s most lucrative industries: the business of big-budget action flicks featuring top-tier movie stars. 242 more words

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L'appartement

Synopsis: The Apartment is an enticing romantic thriller about a man (Vincent Cassel) who turns his life upside down when he overhears the melodic voice of his lost love (Monica Bellucci) in a crowded cafe. 781 more words

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The Flicksation Podcast Movie Challenge

This past week, the guys at The Flicksation Podcast ranked their top 10 favorite movies of 2016. The type of movies they watch for the most part are different than the ones I watch, with a few exceptions. 192 more words

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FILM REVIEW: 13th

The 13th is Ava DuVernay’s latest film and was released through Netflix in October 2016. It’s a documentary about mass incarceration, in the United States, that disproportionately affects African-American men. 1,215 more words

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Keep Your Reality Away From Me

Ricochet is such an awesome word, repeat it out loud for at least 15 times, amazing. Next thing you know, David Guetta’s Titanium is playing in your head  for the rest of your life, you’re more than welcome! 509 more words