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Freestyle in Film: How the Anchorman Movies Came to Trust the Actors More Than the Script

By: Caroline Buglewicz

Most of the time in movies and tv, there is a script or a screenplay that is written so the actors know exactly what to say and how to appear. 338 more words


Review: Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2016) (The Best Star Wars Prequel?)


“We call it the Death Star”

The latest instalment in the Star Wars saga, The Last Jedi, is due out at the end of this week. 1.136 more words


Brigsby Bear

At first glance it appears we’re in another world and we kind of are, we’re in James’ world, James is played by Kyle Mooney and he’s a reasonably well adjusted young man despite the fact that he’s been held captive inside a tiny existence by his parents for all of the twenty-five years of his life. 634 more words


5 Christmas Movies that Are Not About Christmas

It’s been a while since I’ve last written on the blog and even though I’m feeling pretty excited to share my list of the best films of 2017, I’m gonna have to wait a little bit longer until movies like The Shape of Water, Lady Bird and The Post come out here in Brazil. 599 more words


‘Burial Rites’ Adds Jennifer Lawerence and ‘Call Me By Your Name’ Director

Jennifer Lawrence had once planned to reunite with her Hunger Games director Gary Ross for the historical drama Burial Rites, but now that film is coming to life with  484 more words



Coming to VOD via Netflix this Friday, December 15:

Errol Morris

Telluride 2017

Select Festivals:
DOC NYC, Venice, AFI Fest, Chicago

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