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What is Jordan Peele's Next Movie About?

I loved Jordan Peele’s Get Out. Not a very controversial opinion, I know. The critically-lauded hit scored a rare 99% on Rotten Tomatoes (yep, Armond White hated it), and grossed over $250 million worldwide on a $4.5 million budget. 587 more words

Blumhouse

HYPE - Best Movies of The Year (So Far)

Tengah tahun, plus libur Lebaran. Momen yang tepat untuk mengulas “10 Film Terbaik Versi CINEMANIA ID Hingga Saat Ini”.

Daftarnya kami buat dengan beberapa ketentuan. Pertama, hanya memasukkan film-film yang diputar secara… 799 more words

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Get Out Review

Key and Peele and Horror

I had the pleasure of seeing Jordan Peele talk in October 2016 at my university. He went on describing his coming of being a comedian and where he wanted to go next with his career now that his super successful comedy sketch show, Key and Peele, had ended. 960 more words

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Friday Favorites: Getting through the week

The news. Friendships. Local water parks that would rather treat you like garbage than give good customer service. These past couple of weeks have felt like somebody is pushing my head under water, letting me come up for air for two seconds, and then pushing me back under. 472 more words

Pop Culture

Diverse casting leads to box office success, study shows

A study released by the Creative Artists Agency showed that, from 2014 to 2016, movies with more diverse casts out-performed others at the box office… 402 more words

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Review: Beatriz at Dinner & Cinema In the Age of Trump

Beatriz at Dinner, director Miguel Arteta and screenwriter Mike White’s study of what happens when the 99% meets the 1%, is instantly familiar to anyone who’s watched a lot of indie film over the past couple of years. 1,573 more words

Film Reviews

‘Get Out’, starring British actor Daniel Kaluuya, grosses $250 million worldwide

BOX OFFICE smash ‘Get Out’, starring British actor Daniel Kaluuya, has now topped $250 million worldwide.

Back in March, the socially-conscious horror flick became only the second non-franchise film this year to cross the coveted $100 million mark at the box office. 70 more words

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