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Today the first teaser trailer was released for Noah Hawley's feature film directorial debut Lucy in the Sky. Come inside to hear more about it!
Natalie Portman and, newcomer, Raffey Cassidy shine in the latest trailer for Vox Lux! See it within...
The first trailer for Vox Lux shows that Natalie Portman is giving one of the best performances of her career.
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Rainbow refractions spawned from the ineffable “shimmer” form shafts through the foliage and spike the lens, and the DNA oscillating flora and fauna of this jelly dome - a bear harnessing the dying moans and carrion of a human victim (Tuva Novotny as Sheppard) frank among them - instills an uncanny palsy. But don’t mistake your horror as alien, the bear’s anthropoid aspects cause the tremble. Writer/Director Alex Garland has taken high-concept, hard science-fiction material, and cambered it into a domestic parable.
New Year’s resolutions are a time to work towards a transformation of your body and/or your life. To honor these goals, this month we’re going to look at transformative roles in film. This week we look at some prominent examples of actors losing weight for roles.
This morning brings us a new trailer for the Sci-Fi film, Annihilation, showing off the action side of the film, but still looking amazing. Come inside to check it out!
This morning brings about the first trailer for Alex Garland's, the writer/director of Ex Machina, new science fiction film, Annihilation. The teaser trailer doesn't give you a lot of information on the story, but it's gorgeous visuals set the tone for an impressive new journey. Come inside to check it out!
Welcome back to another installment of Minority Retort, sure we've only had one so far and it's been nearly a year but what can I say? Most of 2017 is correct with their entertainment-related opinions. YES, Wonder Woman is great. YES, Riverdale is a cheesy but addictive and perfect teen drama. But what is wrong? What are you all wrong about?
Well, we have to go back, back to the year 2004 when the Governator ruled California, people were quoting Napoleon Dynamite nonstop, and Facebook was born. 2004 was also the year that a little indie gem called Garden State was released. Garden State was Zach Braff's directorial and writing debut – aside from directing several “Scrubs” episodes. It was praised by critics but, unfortunately, man people I know and many mainstream movie watchers cannot stand it. Is it Zach Braff's attitude? Is it the melodic indie soundtrack? Well, they are all wrong because this movie rules.