Category: Features
Aronofsky and Fraser Deliver Soul-stirring Drama in ‘The Whale’
Aronofsky and Fraser Deliver Soul-stirring Drama in ‘The Whale’

Darren Aronofsky’s BAFTA and Oscar-nominated psychological drama The Whale stars Brendan Fraser and is based on the acclaimed play by Samuel D. Hunter. The film journeys with Charlie, a reclusive English teacher living with severe obesity, who tries to reconcile…

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Best Julianne Moore Movies
Best Julianne Moore Movies

Academy Award winner Julianne Moore first appeared on-screen in 1984 when she took a role in the soap opera The Edge of Night. She then went on to score a recurring role on another soap opera titled As The World…

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How The Scream VI Trailer Introduces Fans to a New Ghostface
How The Scream VI Trailer Introduces Fans to a New Ghostface

Spoiler Warning: Scream (2022)The trailer for Scream VI just dropped, and we’re here to break it down with all its Easter eggs and hidden details. The Scream franchise has been a staple of horror films since the first movie redefined…

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Composer Nicholas Britell Talks About Breaking All The ‘Star Wars’ Musical Rules, His Favorite Themes & More [The Rogue Ones Podcast]
Composer Nicholas Britell Talks About Breaking All The ‘Star Wars’ Musical Rules, His Favorite Themes & More [The Rogue Ones Podcast]

‘The Rogue Ones: A Star Wars Andor Podcast’ returns with hosts Mike DeAngelo and The Playlist’s Editor-In-Chief, Rodrigo Perez. As with the previous episodes, each week, our hosts will recap and review the latest “Andor” episode and welcome cast members and…

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Sundance 2023: ‘Fancy Dance’- Film Review
Sundance 2023: ‘Fancy Dance’- Film Review

Sundance 2023 U.S. Dramatic Competition “Fancy Dance” Erica Tremblay’s “Fancy Dance” aligns its warm heart with the many Indigenous Women who have been missing and murdered without finding justice and the Indigenous women who must navigate the world where the…

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Enough Said Shows the Sobering Side of Middle Age
Enough Said Shows the Sobering Side of Middle Age

Reaching middle age in one's life can be frightening. It is also something that Hollywood prefers to overly dramatize. In many instances, a midlife crisis consists of extreme mundanity and internal contemplation about life as a whole, which is something…

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Why It May Be the Best of the Franchise
Why It May Be the Best of the Franchise

With 36 official entries in the Godzilla franchise, it can be rather difficult even for a superfan to posit which film represents the peak of the series. That being said, while they’re nearly all a ton of great kaiju fun,…

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Martin McDonagh Has A Timeline For A Third Colin Farrell & Brendan Gleeson Film [Interview]
Martin McDonagh Has A Timeline For A Third Colin Farrell & Brendan Gleeson Film [Interview]

It’s been a good couple of months for acclaimed playwright, screenwriter, and director Martin McDonagh. His latest film, “The Banshees of Inisherin,” won both Best Actor (Colin Farrell) and Best Screenplay at the Venice Film Festival in September. And, at…

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Sundance 2023: ‘Freemont’- Film Review
Sundance 2023: ‘Freemont’- Film Review

Sundance 2023 Next Selections “Fremont”   Heavily influenced by the Black & White tinted and deceptively lackadaisical style of filmmaker Jim Jarmusch, Babak Jalali’s “Fremont” is a small film that too slowly reveals its intent. For Jalali’s fourth feature film,…

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This Anthony Hopkins Thriller Almost Became Seven’s Sequel
This Anthony Hopkins Thriller Almost Became Seven’s Sequel

Seven, like so many classic films, isn’t exactly calling out for a sequel… but that’s never stopped a studio from giving it a shot anyway. There are few cinematic masterpieces that have not been followed with rumblings of a potential…

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Plot, Cast, Release Date, and Everything Else We Know
Plot, Cast, Release Date, and Everything Else We Know

World history class will soon be back in session. Well, sort of. History of the World, Part II, a new series from Mel Brooks and a sequel to his 1981 hit History of the World, Part I, is set to…

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‘Decision To Leave’ Director Park Chan-Wook On His Romantic Detective Noir & “Opening Your Eyes Within The Mist” [NYFF]
‘Decision To Leave’ Director Park Chan-Wook On His Romantic Detective Noir & “Opening Your Eyes Within The Mist” [NYFF]

With a formalist’s eye for visual symmetry, an architect’s sense of structure, and a poet’s ability to stoke the passions raging inside his precisely balanced frames, Park Chan-wook makes ferociously controlled films about ferocious, uncontrollable impulses. Ever since his international…

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