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Trailer: New Netflix Series Collateral Focuses On Extremism In The UK

Netflix’s newest original series, Collateral, looks like another run-of-the-mill, cops-and-killers murder mystery, but there’s a lot more to it. Set in Britain, this is a modern tale of racism and bigotry combined with politics and bureacracy. Well, that sounds topical, but it also sounds boring. It’s not. Collateral is a story about extremism and its […]

Seven Novels We Demand Be Adapted for the Screen… or Else!

By Rob Hunter Seven of us here at FSR read books, and these are the ones we'd love to adapted into movies so the rest of the staff can enjoy them too. The article Seven Novels We Demand Be Adapted for the Screen… or Else! appeared first on Film School Rejects.

Why The Major Theater Chains Are Suspicious Of MoviePass, According To The CEO

The MoviePass CEO has some thoughts about why the big theater chains are so against his rapidly growing subscription service.


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One Great Thing About Releasing On Netflix Instead Of In Theaters, According To Duncan Jones

The benefits of the Netflix model are creating new advantages for filmmakers, as Duncan Jones explains.

Former Flashpoint Director Takes Jab At Justice League

Black Panther has steamrolled over the competition over the past weekend, taking in $242 million domestically in its first four days. As we’ve already noted in a previous piece, in these four days, they’ve managed to overtake DC Films’ latest effort, Justice League, which topped out at $228.6M domestically. This is definitely a bit of […]

‘Saturday Night Live’ Sets March 2018 Hosts, Including the Return of Bill Hader and Charles Barkley

Saturday Night Live is in the middle of a break while NBC’s programming is dominated by Olympics coverage day in and day out. But they’ll be making a return in the first week of March with three shows in a row, featuring three interesting hosts, and three eclectic musical guests. Show More Summary

History repeats: First as tragedy, then as farce, and finally as a rote biopic in The Young Karl Marx

Last year marked the 150th anniversary of the publication of the first volume of Karl Marx’s Capital: Critique Of Political Economy, which did for social science and political economy what Charles Darwin’s On The Origin Of Species had done for biology. Yet the formidable book took five years to sell 1,000 copies in… Read more...

Netflix Orders Animated Tuca & Bertie, Featuring Tiffany Haddish

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New Doctor Who Logo Revealed

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Call Of Duty movie director names 2 somewhat predictable stars he'd like to enlist

Everyone but the most dedicated fan of the single-player campaigns in Call Of Duty games would have a hard time listing any crucial details about any of the main characters beyond “one guy wore a ski mask with a skull” or “one guy had a big mustache and a bucket hat.” Because of that, the live-action Call Of Duty … Read more...

Classic Movies: FAREWELL MY LOVELY (1975) / THE BIG SLEEP (1978) - Blu-ray Double Feature

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‘Star Wars Rebels’ Begins Its End With Powerful Episodes That Reverberate Throughout The Galaxy

By Caroline Cao What Star Wars Rebels “Jedi Night” and “DUME” hint about the future of Star Wars. The article ‘Star Wars Rebels’ Begins Its End With Powerful Episodes That Reverberate Throughout The Galaxy appeared first on Film School Rejects.

10 Great Best Picture Nominees That Should Have Won

On Sunday, March 4, 2018, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will be holding its 90th ceremony. The Oscars are the Super Bowl for cinephiles. Though the true relevance of the ceremony is often questioned, it still carries prestige as the pre-eminent film awards event. Show More Summary

New DVD Releases: When To Buy The Latest Movies In March 2018

After a few months that have been a little slower in terms of big releases, March is going to be a big month in home entertainment.

Netflix Pushes Man To Commit Murder In New Special Trailer

It’s incredibly easy for us to assume that there’s no way us to commit murder. Sure, we’ve all been in minds, but there could be nothing so drastic that it would lead to us actually ending the life of another human, right? We’d all certainly like to think that. However, the sad truth is that […]

‘Kings’ Trailer: Halle Berry Deals with Family Turmoil During the L.A. Riots

Last year, racial tension was tackled in the 1960s-set drama Detroit as riots unfolded in the Michigan city, sparking a confrontation between citizens and the law during a time of great turmoil. Now, a new drama takes us to the Los Angeles riots in 1992. Show More Summary

17-Year-Old Arrested For Shooting Someone At A Movie Theater

A 17-year-old has been arrested for shooting someone at a movie theater. Here's what we know about the situation.

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