REVIEW: ‘Loving’ Lives Up To Its Title Thanks To Heartfelt Lead Performances

The strength and conviction of a couple’s love is put on full display in “Loving.” The picture tells the story of Richard and Mildred Loving, two residents of Virginia who were married in Washington D.C. However, because of Virginia state laws, their marriage was not just declared void because it was interracial, they were also…
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REVIEW: One Of 2016’s Best, ‘Moonlight’ Fires On All Cylinders

“Moonlight” is both one of the year’s best films and also one of the greatest coming of age stories put on screen. The picture follows the story of a character named Chiron as he navigates his way through life in Miami. The flick is split up into three sections of Chiron’s life, his youth where…
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REVIEW: ‘Rules Don’t Apply’ Falls Apart Because Of Scattered Story, Lack Of Focus

Director/Writer Warren Beatty took audiences to 1950s Hollywood in this period piece with a focus on billionaire Howard Hughes. The film tells the story of two young residents of Los Angeles, Frank Forbes (Alden Ehrenreich) who works as a driver for Hughes and Maria Mabrey (Lily Collins), who the billionaire has hired as an actress…
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REVIEW: ‘Moana’ Is Another Win For Disney’s New Animation Dynasty

You know a Disney animated musical works when the first thing you want to do when leaving the theater is listen to the movie’s music. The latest picture from the blockbuster animation studio follows the title character “Moana” (voiced by Auli’i Cravalho), a teen girl who’s the daughter of a chieftain on a Pacific island.…
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MONDAY MOVIE REPORT: 2016 Award Season Kicks Off Tonight With The Gotham Film Awards

The season to honor 2016 films will launch tonight in New York City at the 26th Gotham Independent Film Awards. At this evening’s ceremony, multiple films that have already received acclaim from film festivals will have their names called and the first statues will be handed out. Here’s a list of all the nominees: Best…
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