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'Before We Go': Chris Evans' Directorial Debut Lacks Visual Flair

"Before We Go" is a nice indie movie to be sure and audiences looking for an old-fashioned romance might find it attractive. However those looking for a more polished and emotionally fulfilling ride will be in for a disappointment. It isn't "the biggest loser in New York City" as Brooke calls Nick at one point, but it certainly is not the heroic work that Nick claims he wants to do.

'The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies' Extended Edition: Will It Improve?

"The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies" came out almost one year ago and will soon be hitting theaters again in a few months as the extended additions of the trilogy are expected to bow in cinemas. However fans will be able to get their own look at the movie series via Blu-Ray releases that are coming in November.
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'Star Wars Episode 7' Plot News: Is Darth Plagueis the True Identity of Snoke?

One of the biggest questions surrounding "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" is the identity of the film's main villain.
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Star Wars Episode 7 Spoilers, News: Struzan Says Movie Is Best Of the Franchise

Drew Struzan says Episode VII is best Star Wars movie yet.
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Diego Luna Creates New Studio to Promote Latin American Culture

Diego Luna has never shied away from trying to expand the Latin America cinematic environment in the US and Mexico. He continued to look toward growth by announcing his new entertainment studio Gloria.
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'Captain America: Civil War': What We Learned From D23 Footage

D23 showed a lot of interesting footage for Marvel’s projects, but none was more hotly anticipated than "Captain America: Civil War."
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'Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice' Plot Spoilers: Doomsday to Appear; Joker to Feature Prominently?

"Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice" is one of the most hotly anticipated movies coming out in 2016. Any news is big news and the latest bit of information is rather revealing.
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Tom at the Farm Movie Review: Contradiction & Ambiguity Haunt Viewer Experience in Fascinating Film

Films layered with unanswered questions such as "Tom at the Farm" can be frustrating for most audiences. However, this film's lingering questions hang around in the viewer's consciousness, haunting them and maintaining the interaction with the work longer after the viewing experience.
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'Avengers 3: Infinity Wars' Rumors, Spoilers: Is Thor on His Way Out of Marvel Cinematic Universe?

The upcoming "Captain America: Civil War" is looking like it should be called "Avengers 2.5" as it will feature almost all of the major superheroes from the first Avengers film. Captain America, Iron Man, Hawkeye, Black Widow and even the Hulk are all making appearances in the movie alongside a slew of other heroes. There is however one major omission - Thor.
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Star Wars Episode 7 Spoilers, Rumors: Revisiting Original Trilogy Controversies From Special Editions

A look at the most controversial changes to the original trilogy and how they fit into George Lucas' overall vision including Han Shoots First, the force ghost at the end of "Return of the Jedi" and Darth Vader's redemption.
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Directors vs. Studios: Josh Tranks' 'Fantastic Four' Comments the Latest in Eternal Battle For Creative Control

Studios in Hollywood take a great deal of heat. Critics often look at them as money making machines that have the product's financial potential in mind over the creative or artistic merit that can be derived from the situation. At the same time, the studios bring the money to the table, enabling filmmakers to make movies that would otherwise be out of their reach. That said, the outspokenness with filmmakers against studios has increased over the years with Josh Trank being the latest to blame 20th Century Fox for the critical failure of his "Fantastic Four" reboot.
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Latino Representation in Hollywood Not Growing, Report Finds

Latinos are the most underrepresented group in Hollywood says a recent study published by USC's Annenberg School for Communications and Journalism.
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Dark Places Movie Review: Coming Out of Hiding & Facing Truth

"Dark Places" is an undeniably suitable name for a film about hiding, deception and its consequences. Moreover, the film's title intuitively suggests the journey into the dark recesses of the subconscious and memory that locks away traumas of the past.
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'Star Wars: Episode 7 -- The Force Awakens': Why Marginalizing Prequels Is a Bad Move

There is a disturbance in the force. A situation threatening to create a greater rift in the Star Wars universe, one that will build on the schism of the last few years. The name of this disturbance? "Episode VII: The Force Awakens."
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Fantastic Four Release Date, Reviews: The Problem With Reboots Remains Unlearned

Over the last few years, Hollywood has indulged in the reboot, an attempt to revitalize a waning franchise in order to reinvigorate the fanbase and potentially reach greater financial prosperity.
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Captain America Civil War: Will Marvel Finally Kill a Major Character & Enrich Franchise?

Over the last few years, Disney and Marvel have built up a gigantic universe of Superhero film that have culminated in two "Avengers" films featuring these major characters interacting and working together.
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