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Atomic Blonde Review!

Atomic Blonde is the latest film that has Charlize Theron kicking ass and taking names. It’s electric, fun, and absolutely gorgeous to watch as bad guys are getting stabbed, strangled, punched, run over, and any other way to die that you can imagine. 524 more words

International Newswire: San Sebastian Bids to Become Sales Mecca

In today’s International Newswire, fall festivals like San Sebastian bid to become movie rights biz bazaars; Disney’s Patagonik and Adrián Suar score another box-office victory in Argentina with soccer comedy ‘My Love or My Passion’; and Modern Times Group conspires with Pinewood TV and Eccho Rights on global arms trade thriller ‘Conspiracy of Silence.’ 681 more words


Late Fantasia Film Review: Atomic Blonde

If you’ve been waiting for Charlize Theron to follow up her action movie star creds earned in Mad Max: Fury Road, you’ve probably had your sights in Atomic Blonde for a while now. 422 more words

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ICYMI 'Atomic Blond' Delivers Female Action without a Hero

I’ve been Terrible about keeping blog followers in sync with my few essays from the summer.  Pardons begged for old news if you caught this on… 413 more words


Review: Atonement

Title: Atonement

Date: 2007

Director: Joe Wright

Cast: Kiera Knightley, James McCoy, Saoirse Ronan, Romola Garai

Writer: Ian McEwan

Composer: Dario Marianelli

Cinematographer: Seamus McGarvey… 369 more words


Split Review

(Poster taken from IMP Awards )

Somewhat of a Sequel to Unbreakable


Leading Cast:
James McAvoy
Anya Taylor-Joy
Betty Buckley

M. Night Shyamalan… 280 more words

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Film Review: 'Submergence'

No one could accuse Wim Wenders of inconsistency. He’s been making feature films for 45 years, and his mode of telling a story has rarely fluctuated, going back to the New German Cinema road rambles of the ’70s to “Paris, Texas” and “Wings of Desire” to the ’90s neo-utopian journeys (“Until the End of the World,” etc.) right up to “Submergence,” which premiered this week at the Toronto Film Festival. 783 more words