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'Justice League' Review

The highly anticipated Justice League has officially graced big screens around the world over the weekend, with DC Comic’s first big team-up opening to very mixed reactions. 2,005 more words


The best indie comedy movies to watch on Netflix

Indie comedies have always held a special place in people’s hearts.

What sets them apart from mainstream comedy movies is a certain off-centre quirkiness; those character-driven storylines with darker undertones and diverse perspectives on life. 603 more words


The Social Network (2010)

Director: David Fincher

Writer: Aaron Sorkin (Screenplay) Ben Mezrich (Book)

Starring: Jesse Eisenberg, Andrew Garfield, Justin Timberlake, Armie Hammer, Max Minghella, Josh Pence, Rashida Jones, Rooney Mara… 586 more words


'Justice League' Stars Talk About Who They Want To Fight Next, And It May Jibe With A Post-Credits Scene

Justice League isn’t opening until later this week, but the film’s stars are already being asked about the inevitable sequel. Some interesting speculation about potential villains was brought to fore when Ezra Miller (The Flash) and Gal Gadot (Wonder Woman) were interviewed by… 354 more words


Woody Allen's Café Society (2016) with Jesse Eisenberg & Steve Carrell

Master maverick, veterain and one of the best storytellers of our time – Woody Allen returns to the fore with this period drama starring the very talented… 46 more words


HOLY ROLLERS (2010) starring Jesse Eisenberg directed by Kevin Asch

Jesse Eisenberg continues to be one of the more fascinating actors in Hollywood today. A unique & compelling combination of stubborness, genuineness, earnestness, with a tough no-nonsense attitude, there’s perhaps no other actor right now who can portray a combination of vulnerability, strong attitude and stubborness with such admirable ease. 100 more words


The Squid And The Whale

I wrote about one of Noah Baumbach’s most celebrated movies, which made me sad, but also happy.

“Orson Welles? I don’t know, I haven’t seen it yet.

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