Review: ‘Disappearance At Clifton Hill’, Kidnapping Mystery Fizzles Out Despite Strong Performances

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A troubled young woman named Abby (Tuppence Middleton) returns to her hometown of Niagara Falls, where the memory of a long-ago kidnapping quickly ensnares...

‘The High Note’ Trailer: Dakota Johnson & Tracee Ellis Ross Star In Music Comedy...

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Almost exactly one year after her comedy Late Night was a big festival darling, director Nisha Ganatra returns with another film centered on women...

Kevin Hart To Lead Action-Comedy From ‘Broad City’ Duo And ‘Night School’ Director Malcolm...

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Kevin Hart attaches himself to so many projects it's tough to keep track, and certainly to get excited about any of them. Well, here's...

Ben Affleck Says ‘The Accountant’ Follow-up Could Be A TV Series

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The Accountant came out of nowhere in 2016 to be a big hit for Ben Affleck and director Gavin O'Connor. The unusual hitman film,...

‘The Last Vermeer’ Trailer: Post-WWII Art World Thriller Stars Claes Bang, Vicky Krieps, &...

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Whether it be Monuments Men or Woman in Gold, we've seen different takes on the WWII drama, focusing on lost pieces of art stolen...

DC Readers: Attend A Free Early Screening Of ‘The Way Back’

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We're happy to offer our DC readers the chance to attend a free early screening of The Way Back, a story of redemption starring...

‘The Last Duel’: Set Photos Of Medieval Ben Affeck, Matt Damon, And Adam Driver...

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We sorta stopped posting set photos a few years ago other than in very rare, exceptional cases. They're more hassle than they're worth, and...

The Fight For Freedom Continues In The Trailer For ‘Robert The Bruce’

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What is it about Scottish history that's so primed for big screen adaptations? Robert the Bruce in particular is really having his day in...

‘The Eddy’ Teaser: Damien Chazelle’s Netflix Series Walks Us Through The Jazzy Side Of...

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That the opening teaser for Damien Chazelle's Netflix series The Eddy should be lit up with the sounds of Paris' jazz scene should come...

Review: ‘Burden’, Garrett Hedlund Seeks Redemption In Unfocused But Well-Meaning Race Drama

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*NOTE: This is a reprint of my review from the 2018 Sundance Film Festival. Burden opens in theaters tomorrow, February 28th. * Nowadays the KKK...