REVIEW: ‘Kong: Skull Island’ Is An Exciting Take On The Classic Creature

“Kong: Skull Island” is everything a person wants from a good creature feature. In fact, it had the tone and approach that the 2014 “Godzilla” should have had. Unlike some of the other “Kong” adaptations, this film doesn’t take place in the early 1930s. Additionally, the purpose isn’t to capture Kong to be put on…
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Movie Report: Spielberg Teaming With Hanks And Streep On Political Drama

A trio of Hollywood talent with plenty of award hardware are coming together for a new project. Director Steven Spielberg on Monday announced that he would direct “The Post,” a film about the Washington Post’s role in exposing the Pentagon Papers, according to Deadline Hollywood. The film, which will star Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep,…
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REVIEW: ‘Logan’ Is A Perfect Last Hurrah For Jackman

After being an integral piece in the film that helped launch the 2000s superhero blockbuster craze more than a decade ago, the time has finally come for Hugh Jackman’s final adventure as the clawed mutant in “Logan.” The film follows the titular character, commonly known as Wolverine, as an aging man who is struggling to…
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Movie Report: In SHOCKING Turn Of Events, ‘Moonlight’ Wins Over ‘La La Land’

At the night’s climax, it had seemed “La La Land” had captured Oscar No. 7, winning the biggest award of the ceremony. Then, in a surprise, it all turned around. Through some sort of strange screw-up, Warren Beatty read the wrong name on the card and announced “La La Land” as the Best Picture winner…
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Oscar Docs: A Look At The Front-Runners “13th” And “Made In America”

The Academy Award for Best Documentary has five nominees, but the competition has more or less narrowed to two. The pair of candidates includes “13th” and “O.J.: Made in America.” In both films, race is a central matter that’s deeply explored and well connected to their respective core subjects. “Made in America,” for example, follows…
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