My Cousin Rachel

A dead cousin. A strange woman. A country estate to be had. This is the world we enter in Roger Michell’s latest film, My Cousin Rachel, starring Rachel Weisz in the title role, with Sam Claflin as the main character of Philip.


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The Lost City of Z

Based on the best-selling book by the same title, The Lost City of Z deals with the true story of the adventures of British explorer Percy Fawcett (played by Charlie Hunnam) and his repeated quests to discover a lost city of gold deep within the Amazon during the early 1900s.


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Bright Lights: Starring Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds

The passing of both Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds this past December shocked not only their legion of fans but the film industry as a whole. In Bright Lights: Starring Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds, we enter their lives over a year and a half before their sudden deaths, where we witness the physical and mental costs of working in Hollywood, family drama and hard living.


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Queen of Katwe

Phiona Mutesi is a preteen girl living in Katwe, a Ugandan slum. When chess teacher Katende invites Phiona into his class he has no idea that she possesses a unique, natural talent for the game, able to think eight moves ahead of her opponent.


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Ingrid Bergman in Her Own Words

From her simple beginnings in Stockholm and the devastating loss of her parents to her success in Hollywood, we follow Ingrid Bergman through her nomadic and complex life.


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Paddington

Watching football on Thanksgiving has become a sort of modern holiday tradition. But, if you want to spend the day around the TV, I'd like to propose a newer tradition.


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Macbeth

The “Scottish Play” was back on the big screen this year, as a new film adaptation o Shakespeare’s Macbeth.


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Bridge of Spies

A convicted spy. A captured U-2 pilot. Two nations locked in a Cold War. That is the world we are shown in Bridge of Spies.


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Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang

This weekend I'll be going to the theater. My expectations are high for The Nice Guys, the story of a mismatched pair of private eyes (played by Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling) investigating an apparent suicide in 1970s Los Angeles. The trailers have looked great, funny and sad and exciting. But I was looking forward for The Nice Guys because of the movie's writer and director, Shane Black.


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I Am Chris Farley

Almost twenty years after his death, Chris Farley continues to live on through his work and the memories of fans, friends, and family.


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Mad Max: Fury Road

This summer, after thirty years away from the silver screen, audiences were treated to a new Mad Max adventure. George Miller, creator of the original trilogy, has rebooted his post-apocalyptic universe with Mad Max: Fury Road.


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Disney’s Descendants

In this Disney channel original movie, four teenagers face an identity crisis and they do so in true Disney style - in song, dance, and elaborate costumes.


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Schooled: The Price of College Sports

As the NCAA Basketball Tournament kicks off and “March Madness” sweeps the nation (while some of us eagerly await Opening Day), an antitrust, class-action lawsuit against the NCAA continues its progression through the court system, with recent news that several current athletes have added their names to the lawsuit as well.


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