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Review: Black Butterfly

PLOT: A reclusive writer ( Antonio Banderas ) suffering from writers block, takes in a mysterious drifter ( Jonathan Rhys Meyers ) who saved him from a local bully. REVIEW: BLACK BUTTERFLY is highly reminiscent of William Monahan ’s recent MOJAVE, which shared the same essential premise: a reclusive artist finds himself in a violent collision course with a drifter who...
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05.23.2017
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Antonio Banderas can't outrun a shotgun in exclusive Black Butterfly clip

The upcoming thriller BLACK BUTTERFLY with Antonio Banderas and Jonathan Rhys Meyers is one of those films that remind you why you should never let strangers crash on your couch. Aside from the fact they’ll claim squatter’s rights, they also may or may not be clinically insane. You can see evidence of that below in this exclusive clip for the movie which shows Meyers...
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05.10.2017
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Banderas encounters his own Misery scenario in this Black Butterfly trailer

Offering charity to strangers is indeed a noble character trait, though I would urge you to always exercise caution when choosing to invite a person off the street into your home. To put it bluntly, there's just too much that can go wrong. While some people might genuinely need a little push to get their lives back on track, others will lie, cheat and steal if they see an...
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03.21.2017
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First trailer for remake of Roots arrives

ABC's miniseries ROOTS has had a lasting impact on me throughout my life. Having watched it as part of a school project back in the 5th grade, ROOTS taught me understanding and respect for the emotional journey of blacks through generations, as they were forced into slavery and made a part of one of the truly dark marks in American history. I imagine I'm not the only one who the...
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02.11.2016
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Review: Stonewall (TIFF 2015)

PLOT: Kicked-out by his parents for being gay, young Danny Winters ( Jeremy Irvine ) packs his bags and moves to 1960’s NYC in the hopes of finding acceptance. His nights at the Stonewall, a historic gay club, afford him a look a life led out in the open and may even help kick-off a revolution. REVIEW: I’m sure director Roland Emmerich ’s STONEWALL is...
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09.23.2015
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The UnPopular Opinion: Alexander

THE UNPOPULAR OPINION is an ongoing column featuring different takes on films that either the writer HATED, but that the majority of film fans LOVED, or that the writer LOVED, but that most others LOATHED. We're hoping this column will promote constructive and geek fueled discussion. Enjoy! ****SOME SPOILERS ENSUE**** At the beginning of the 2000s, there was a fad in...
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08.26.2015
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Riots for equal rights begin in the trailer for Roland Emmerich's Stonewall

Kicked out of his own home, young Danny Winters ( Jeremy Irvine ) flees to NY, leaving behind his beloved sister ( Joey King ). Homeless and destitute, he befriends a group of street kids who soon introduce him to the watering hole of the local drag queens, gays, lesbians, and everything in between: The Stonewall Inn. However, this shady, mafia-run club is far from a safe-haven. At...
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08.04.2015
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Resident Evil & Mortal Instruments spin-off TV series announced

German production company Constantin Film has announced plans for new television spin-off series based on the RESIDENT EVIL and THE MORTAL INSTRUMENTS: CITY OF BONES movies. The plans were revealed at the Mipcom TV market over the weekend, and Variety is reporting after the next RESIDENT EVIL movie (which last we knew was being delayed due to Milla Jovovich 's pregnancy)...
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10.13.2014
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Ron Perlman and Jonathan Rhys Meyers join Roland Emmerich's drama Stonewall

Roland Emmerich 's directorial career has spanned all sorts of genre entertainment from historical epics like THE PATRIOT and 10,000 BC to scifi blockbusters INDEPENDENCE DAY, 2012, THE DAY AFTER TOMORROW, and GODZILLA. But through his three decade career, he has made one lone drama film. 2011's ANONYMOUS was a period film about conspiracy theories surrounding who wrote the plays of...
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06.03.2014
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Will a star from Mission Impossible 3 visit a galaxy far, far away in Star Wars: Episode VII?

Ever since STAR WARS: EPISODE VII was officially announced there have been a lot of rumors about casting, especially involving original cast members Harrison Ford , Carrie Fisher and Mark Hamill . But there hasn't been any solid news on which actors will be joining the franchise for the first time until now. A source for Latino-Review has told the website that an actor that...
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05.20.2013
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TV Trailer Trio: Dracula, Almost Human, and Sleepy Hollow show some real promise

As the networks rally their new line-ups for the 2013-2014 TV season, we're now getting a peek at some of the projects they've had in development, many of which will be replacing those that didn't make the cut (such as the Beverly Hills Cop TV show, which was not picked up). Today, Fox unveiled a slew of new trailers for some of their upcoming shows, two of which show quite a bit of promise....
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05.13.2013
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New trailer and posters for The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones looks like Buffy The Demon Slayer

A few days ago I thumbed through one of the books in THE MORTAL INSTRUMENTS series at the grocery store and couldn't get past a lot of the dialogue.  It just wasn't for me and obviously so, as the series is a new staple in the Young Adults genre, which has seen the biggest boost in its existence with the TWILIGHT books.  Since the massive success of that series, Hollywood has...
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04.01.2013
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