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Doug Reviews: Last Flag Flying (2017)

Director and Co-Writer Richard Linklater tackles the military and mourning in Last Flag Flying. Does the film succeed beyond its fantastic cast? 397 more words


Needs More Stirring

For years, the two main comic book publishers were like feuding brothers – you could tell they were related but with two distinct personalities. DC was the older, more mature, and rather staid brother, while Marvel was the younger, wilder, and more inventive one. 803 more words

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Hello guys this article is about the movie review of Interstellar film. The film features Academy award winning actor Matthew McConaughey as cooper, Anne Hathaway as Dr. 420 more words

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Wonder (2017): With his Deformed Face, Auggie Wins Our Heart

Directed by: Stephen Chbosky | Produced by: Michael Beugg, Dan Clark, David Hoberman, Todd Lieberman | Screenplay by: Jack Thorne, Steve Conrad, Stephen Chbosky | Starring: Jacob Tremblay, Julia Roberts, Owen Wilson, Izabela Vidovic, Mandy Patinkin | Music by: Marcelo Zarvos | Cinematography: Don Burgess | Edited by: Mark Livolsi | Production Companies: Lionsgate, Mandeville Films, Participant Media, Walden Media, Tik Films | Distributed by: Lionsgate | …

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Doug Reviews: Lady Bird (2017)

Written and Directed by Greta Gerwig, Lady Bird is another in a long and storied history of coming of age films. Does this one stand out from the pack or is it an also ran? 471 more words


Thin Alphabet Soup

The trip to the silver screen can be a challenge, with many pitfalls. After a film is written, there’s no guarantee it will be produced. The website Blacklist publishes a yearly listing of the best-liked scripts that didn’t have production deals. 705 more words

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Doug Reviews: Roman J. Israel, Esq. (2017)

Like his previous film, Nightcrawler, Writer-Director Dan Gilroy’s latest, Roman J. Israel, Esq., is a character study of a highly interesting character. However, does that necessarily make for a highly interesting movie? 511 more words