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‘Based on a True Story’ Trailer: Eva Green Weaves a Web of Deceit in Polanski-Assayas Thriller

“A psychological thriller directed by Roman Polanski and co-written by Polanski and Olivier Assayas – elevator pitches don’t get much more promising than that,” we said in our review of Based on a True Story from Cannes. “Sadly, the lackluster outcome proves there’s no guaranteed recipe for success.” Despite being a disappointment at the festival earlier this […]

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First Trailer for Ridley Scott’s ‘All the Money in the World’

After dividing audiences with Alien: Covenant, director Ridley Scott has one more movie up his sleeve for 2017. Scott’s latest, All the Money in the World, focuses on the true story of the kidnapping of teenager John Paul Getty III. Getty III was the grandson of billionaire J. Paul Getty, the founder of Getty Oil […]

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Red Band Trailer for Guillermo del Toro’s ‘The Shape of Water’ Mixes Romance and Menace

Winner of the Venice Film Festival’s prestigious Golden Lion — not to mention being a hit at Telluride and TIFF — Guillermo del Toro is back in action with The Shape of Water. Starring Sally Hawkins, Michael Shannon, Richard Jenkins, Doug Jones, Lauren Lee Smith, Michael Stuhlbarg, and Octavia Spencer, his Cold War era love story has […]

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Jennifer Lawrence is a Dangerous Spy in the First Trailer for ‘Red Sparrow’

This week, Jennifer Lawrence leads one of the most insane, ludicrous studio releases in years with mother!, but it wasn’t the first time she was planning to collaborate with Darren Aronofsky. Years ago, the director set his sights on the spy thriller Red Sparrow, but even though he fell off the project, 20th Century Fox went ahead […]

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Jaume Collet-Serra and Liam Neeson Reunite in First Trailer for ‘The Commuter’

After waxing poetic about the B-movie thrills and genuine vision Jaume Collet-Serra brings to his films, I admit feeling a little vindicated when he finally earned some much-deserved acclaim for his Blake Lively-led shark thriller The Shallows, by the far the best summer blockbuster of last year. But it was only missing one thing: Liam […]

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‘The Disaster Artist’ Trailer: James Franco Makes His ‘Ed Wood’ in ‘The Room’ Retelling

One of the most popular films of the century thus far, although perhaps not having anything to do with standard quality metrics, is  Tommy Wiseau’s The Room. Released nearly 15 years ago, the oddity has become a cult hit, garnering regular midnight screenings and a fanbase like few others. Now, the story of how it came to be […]

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‘Downsizing’ Trailer: Matt Damon and Kristen Wiig Shrink to Live Big

While not arriving with the mostly unanimous acclaim that most of his other films received upon premiere, we still found a lot to like with Alexander Payne’s Downsizing. We noted this ambitious sci-fi dramedy is admittedly his weakest movie, but added in our review, “So dense is this film with ideas and wonderful sight gags […]

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New TIFF Trailers for ‘Let the Corpses Tan,’ ‘Custody,’ ‘Sweet Country,’ and More

It’s been a weekend full of reviews from the Toronto International Film Festival, and along with the premieres, it means producers or (if the film is lucky enough) distributors releasing the first look at footage in an attempt to drum up interest and stand out of the pack of hundreds of others at the festival. […]

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First Teaser for Abdellatif Kechiche’s ‘Mektoub, My Love: Canto Uno’

Despite some warranted detractors targeting Abdellatif Kechiche’s male gaze in Blue in the Warmest Color, his romantic drama had no problems picking up the Palme d’Or back at Cannes a few years ago. He’s now back with his new film, Mektoub, My Love: Canto Uno, but the same sort of acclaim hasn’t returned. The first in […]

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‘The Current War’ Trailer: Benedict Cumberbatch and Michael Shannon Have an Electrifying Feud

After dodging a bullet by leaving just before production was set to begin on Collateral Beauty, the first true Hollywood production from Alfonso Gomez‐Rejon (Me and Earl and the Dying Girl) will be The Current War. Scripted by Michael Mitnick (Sex Lives of our Parents), the period drama follows the electricity war between Thomas Edison […]



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