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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 and Loss

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 “All of Us Strangers” a Londoner gets the second chance nobody gets. He reconnects with his dead parents in the 80s. The tone of what will come is set in the…

Interviews: Jamie Bell, Wagner Moura Tout Twists and Thrills of ‘Shining Girls’

A screen adaptation of Lauren Beukes’ best-selling sci-fi/horror/mystery novel, Shining Girls, is now streaming on Apple TV+. Written by Silka Luisa and produced by Michelle MacLaren, the series follows Kirby Mazrachi (Elisabeth Moss from The Handmaid’s Tale), a Chicago newspaper archivist whose memory is rendered unreliable after she survives a horrific assault at the hands of Harper…

Tom Holland Confirms His Casting as Fred Astaire in Upcoming Sony Biopic

Tom Holland has been cast as Fred Astaire in an upcoming biopic that will be released by Sony Pictures. The Spider-Man star confirmed the news yesterday to AP while he was promoting his upcoming third solo film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), No Way Home, in his native London. Holland confirmed the news after…

Review: “Without Remorse” should be filled with it

The espionage action thriller was a mainstay of 90s cinema; and the novels of Tom Clancy were their bibles. While the continuation of Clancy’s characters and storylines continues through the 2000s, it wasn’t until Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Sicario came along that the movie going public seemed back on board the espionage train….