Movie Reviews

Miami features slow-burning crime thriller : Half sisters reunited in a nightclub setting

Hollywood,Sept13:A reunion for two long-separated siblings puts them on the road through southern Finland — as nightclub entertainers, and as schemers against a loan shark’s deadline. In Miami, a winding road trip of a slow-burning crime thriller, the exotic-dance gyrations of...

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John Curran’s drama on death of campaign worker Mary Jo Kopechne :Chappaquiddick

Toronto,Sept11:John Curran’s drama focuses on the 1969 incident when Senator Ted Kennedy (Jason Clarke) drove off a bridge, causing the death of campaign worker Mary Jo Kopechne (Kate Mara). It’s...

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Wildlife conservationist Jane Goodall : Brett Morgen ‘s Jane

Toronto,Sept11:Trailblazing wildlife conservationist Jane Goodall leads documaker Brett Morgen through her extraordinary life and work, using a trove of previously unseen footage from the 1960s. It must have been a...

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Les Gardiennes:WWI-set drama adapted from 1924 novel by Ernest Perochon

Toronto,Sept9:Cannes Grand Prix winner Xavier Beauvois (‘Of Gods and Men’) returns with a WWI-set drama starring Nathalie Baye, Laura Smet and newcomer Iris Bry. A war movie where the battles...

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Director Chris Moukarbel documentary Gaga: Five Foot Two offers lady behind pop star Lady Gaga

Toronto,Sept9:Director Chris Moukarbel pulls back the sequined meat dress to reveal the “real” Lady Gaga in this verite-style documentary. Premiering, no doubt by minutely planned design, at the Toronto Film...

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Nancy Buirski’s documentary The Rape of Recy Taylor,honors a woman of color

Toronto,Sept9:Documentarian Nancy Buirski traces this shameful 1944 incident and the legal fiasco that followed, honoring a woman of color who dared to speak out after being sexually assaulted by a...

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Jeri Rice’s documentary Embargo details United States embargo against Cuba

Toronto,Sept8:Jeri Rice’s documentary recounts the history of the United States embargo against Cuba. Embargo raises more questions than it answers. Jeri Rice’s documentary attempts to chronicle the decades-long embargo of Cuba...

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Watch Arjun Rampal’s best impactful role as Arun Gawli in Daddy

Mumbai,Sept8:Daddy starring Arjun Rampal as Arun Gawli and directed by Ashim Ahluwalia is the big Bollywood release today and here is our Daddy movie review. Daddy Cast: Arjun Rampal, Aishwarya Rajesh,...

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On Chesil Beach, an adaptation of Ian McEwan’s novella about a young British couple

Toronto,Sept8:Saoirse Ronan is remarkable — and so is everything else — in this entrancing adaptation of Ian McEwan’s novella about a young British couple on their honeymoon in 1962. What...

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Christopher Nolan is set to show his World War II epic Dunkirk at Imax’s Ontario Place Cinesphere theater

Toronto,Sept7:The popcorn movie’s epic battle scenes will play in pristine Imax 70mm on a six-story screen in Toronto’s Ontario Place Cinesphere. Christopher Nolan is set to show his World War...

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Shia LaBeouf starrer BorgMcEnroe to open on Toronto International Film Festival

Toronto,Sept7:LaBeouf, Sverrir Gudnason and Stellan Skarsgard will walk the red carpet into Roy Thomson Hall for the world premiere. The Toronto International Film Festival on Monday said Borg/McEnroe will open its 42nd...

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Darren Aronofsky’s latest Mother stars Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem as a married couple

Hollywood,Sept6:Darren Aronofsky’s latest stars Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem as a married couple whose lives start unraveling when unexpected guests arrive at their home. Writer-director Darren Aronofsky wants to have his...

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Lady Bird starring Saoirse Ronan had its world premiere at the Telluride Film Festival

Hollywood,Sept6:Greta Gerwig’s solo feature directorial debut, which stars Saoirse Ronan, had its world premiere at the festival in the Rockies this weekend. Coming in the wake of films in which...

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David Lynch’s cult classic supernatural thriller Twin Peaks: The Return finale explained

Hollywood,Sept5:“What are we left with? I’m still asking myself those same questions,” the erstwhile Agent Cooper tells THR about the revival’s controversial ending. “What year is this?” Welcome to the...

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Gay icon Dome Karukoski’s story of artist Touko Laaksanon:Tom of Finland selected for best foreign-language film Oscar

Sweden,Sept5:Dome Karukoski’s story of artist Touko Laaksanon, designer of early gay icons, has already attracted international attention. Finland has selected Dome Karukoski’s Tom of Finland as its candidate for best foreign-language film...

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Francesco Patierno’s documentary about Italian star Valentina Cortese :Diva review

Hollywood,Sept5:Francesco Patierno’s inventive documentary about Italian star Valentina Cortese, who was Oscar-nominated for her turn in Truffaut’s ‘Day for Night,’ sees eight actresses tear into her autobiography. Though she’s not...

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