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“killers of the Flower Moon” : Q&A with Martin Scorsese and His Staff

Synopsis : Based on David Grann's broadly lauded best-selling book, "Killers of the Flower Moon" is set in 1920s Oklahoma and depicts the serial...

Live-Action “Akira” Would be Difficult to Remake, Says Albert Hughes

Albert Hughes, who garnered worldwide attention with his feature film directorial debut, Menace II Society, has publicly spoken about the production struggles that have...

AFI Fest Film Review – ‘Freud’s Last Session’ is a Thought-Provoking Dialogue Between Two Intellectual Greats

It would be hard to find anyone alive today who hasn’t heard of Sigmund Freud. Having a true awareness of who he really was...

Film Review – ‘Four Daughters’ is a Powerful Family Portrait of Nostalgia and Devastation

No parent can know what will become of their children in adulthood, and they can only do so much to shape the path that...

Film Review – ‘The Pigeon Tunnel’ is an Enthralling Conversation Piece Between John le Carré and Errol Morris

It’s often said that people write what they know. Even in a work of fiction, characters and storylines will be inspired by actual figures...

TV Review – ‘Doom Patrol’ Closes Out with a Season 4 That’s Just as Weird and Wondrous as Ever

What defines a hero? Most would say that it’s someone who helps others and puts their needs ahead of their own. Yet some people...

“Fast and Furious” Star Sung Kang to Direct a Live Action “Initial D” Movie

“Fast & Furious” star Sung Kang revealed in a recent interview with South China Morning post that he’s currently working on the live-action film...

New York Film Festival Review – ‘Foe’ is a Sci-fi Romance That Doesn’t Quite Deliver

Those who sound the alarm on climate change are certain that the Earth will soon become uninhabitable. Whether those who don’t agree actually believe...

New York Film Festival Review “All of Us Strangers”: Andrew Haigh’s Magnificent and Haunting Take on Taichi Yamada’s Book of The Power of Love...

When you lose a parent there’s a lasting feeling of void and regret. About what you didn’t do, say, or hear them say. In...

Movie Review: John Carney’s Latest Sentimental Musical Comedy-Drama Flora and Son Features Breakout Performance From Eve Hewson

The ability to romanticize music - especially its ability to empower and transform people's lives in realistic ways - on screen in auditory and...
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