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Review: Berlin Syndrome (Sundance) starring Teresa Palmer

PLOT: An Australian backpacker ( Teresa Palmer ) traveling through Germany has a one-night stand with a stranger (Max Riemelt) only to discover the next morning that he’s made her a captive in his prison-like apartment. REVIEW: The premise for BERLIN SYNDROME is admittedly familiar. A young, gorgeous girl is held prisoner by psychopath. We’ve seen this...
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Mel Gibson is Kinda Crazy (video)

They don't get much crazier than Mel Gibson . It is almost as if this Kinda Crazy series was created just for him. Mel is crazy on and off the movie set - I mean that in both the best and worst possible way. This Oscar-winning American Aussie has struggled with his fair share of demons in his personal life but he has also blessed us with a fair share of great films. So the question...
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The JoBlo Movie Show Podcast: Hacksaw Ridge, Doctor Strange, Wonder Woman

Select your listening preference below: *The following podcast is Rated F for Foul Language* Welcome to the JoBlo Movie Show Podcast! Join hosts Paul Shirey (Editor-in-Chief, JoBlo.com), Chris Bumbray (JoBlo.com film critic), and Sean Wist (JoBlo.com news/video editor) as they discuss all the latest and greatest (and not so greatest) things about film and...
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Review: Hacksaw Ridge

PLOT: The true story of Desmond T. Doss ( Andrew Garfield ), a Seventh-day Adventist who, due to his beliefs, refused to carry a weapon during his time fighting in WW2. Despite this, his heroism and courage as a field medic became legendary, with him being one of only three conscientious objectors to ever win the Medal of Honor. REVIEW: As a critic who watches, and reviews,...
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We interview Mel Gibson, Andrew Garfield & more for Hacksaw Ridge!

HACKSAW RIDGE is not only an intense and powerful film, it’s also a happy return for Mel Gibson behind the camera. This incredible story of the first Conscientious Objector ever to be awarded a Medal of Honor is one of the most inspiring movies of the year. Andrew Garfield is fantastic as Desmond T. Doss, an American Medic who refused to carry a gun or kill another living...
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Lights Out's Teresa Palmer wants to be Talia al Ghul in Ben Affleck's Batman

Superhero movies are the big cheese right now, and everyone wants a taste. Performers big and small are campaigning for roles in the next big comic book blockbuster, some possibilities more exciting than others. But it's not in many instances we see stars campaigning for roles they technically already got. This is one of those instances. During an interview with Screen Rant ,...
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Doug Liman to resurrect Jumper as a TV series for YouTube Red

The general concept behind JUMPER was a promising one, a young man discovers he has the power to "jump" instantaneously to any location that he can visualize accurately and uses those powers like many of us would, to show off and amass a stolen fortune. He soon discovers that he's not the only "Jumper" in the world and that a group of religious extremists, called...
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Top 10 Movies That Mel Gibson Needs To Direct

Mel Gibson's long awaited return to the director's chair, HACKSAW RIDGE, hits theaters in November, but the actor can be seen in front of the camera in BLOOD FATHER which is now playing in theaters. Gibson has drawn acclaim on both sides of the camera and many of us would love for his past demons to be laid aside and the filmmaker be given more chances to make movies. Here is our ranking of ten...
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Andrew Garfield goes to war in Mel Gibson's Hacksaw Ridge trailer

Mel Gibson , like Tom Cruise , may be a "unique" person when it comes to his personal life - but mother of God - does that man know how to make a movie. BRAVEHEART, though historically all over the place, is one of the greatest modern epics; PASSION OF THE CHRIST may be over-the-top, but it's beautifully filmed; and APOCALYPTO is a combination of the last two. He is a...
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The lights are on for a sequel to Lights Out

Most sequels don’t deserve to be made. In fact, most studios approach sequel making like a sad man who won one game of blackjack in Vegas, and who proceeds to act like he’s on a hot streak. Then after gambling away his daughter’s college fund and his dreams of his hair growing back have soon dashed, he drinks himself into a gutter and is robbed by a Vietnamese...
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Review: Lights Out (Fantasia Review)

PLOT: A young woman ( Teresa Palmer ) has to confront a dark family secret when a malevolent spirit starts haunting her estranged mother ( Maria Bello ) and brother (Gabriel Bateman). REVIEW: One of the cool things about the Fantasia Film Festival in Montreal is how broad the genre flicks they present wind-up being. While it would be tempting to say that the Fantasia crowd...
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We interview Teresa Palmer, Maria Bello & more for horror pic Lights Out!

Are you afraid of the dark? You turn out the lights and see the shadow of a jacket draped over a chair, it may look like a stranger hidden in the corner. If this freaks you out, get ready for the relentlessly scary new feature LIGHTS OUT. It all started with a short by the same name. Director David F. Sandberg took this spooky idea and scared the crap out of people thanks to a...
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