Spider-Man : No Way Home Trailer Reaction

Spider-Man: No Way Home Confirmed As MCU Threequel Title | Movies | Empire

The world’s wildest webslingers swing into action with a trailer reaction video of the record-breaking movie trailer for the upcoming Spider-Man: No Way Home. The movie hits cinemas on December 17th.

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“For the first time in the cinematic history of Spider-Man, our friendly neighborhood hero is unmasked and no longer able to separate his normal life from the high-stakes of being a Super Hero. When he asks for help from Doctor Strange, the stakes become even more dangerous, forcing him to discover what it truly means to be Spider-Man.”

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A24 – Summer Preview

LEAN ON PETE
Release Date: April 6th

Directed By:             Andrew Haigh
Written By:              Andrew Haigh (Screenplay), Willy Vlautin (Novel)
Starring:                    Charlie Plummer, Chloë Sevigny, Travis Fimmel, Steve Buscemi

Rating:                        R for language and brief violence
Running Time:        121 minutes

From acclaimed filmmaker Andrew Haigh (Weekend; 45 Years), and based on the beloved novel by Willy Vlautin, comes Lean on Pete-a deeply moving story about love, loneliness, family, and friendship, told through the unique prism of one boy’s connection to a very special racehorse.

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Review – Hacksaw Ridge

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by Old King Clancy

Mel Gibson has slowly been putting himself back into Hollywood’s good books after he ostracized himself with his drunken, racist rants. He’s primarily worked in lower budget actions movies which have been mostly decent but he hasn’t stepped behind the camera since Apocalypto in 2006. Now ten years later he takes up directing duties again for a war movie about a pacifist and the true story of Desmond Doss on Hacksaw Ridge, it’s an incredible story and unbelievable if it wasn’t true but Gibson has a story to tell about a man of god going into Hell and the result is pretty good, though falls just short of greatness.

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Review – Silence (2016)

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by Old King Clancy

When Scorsese came out with Wolf of Wall Street a few years ago he showed everyone that even at 70 he had the energy and the madness to fuel a 3 hour mess of excess and still have it be one of his best works. Now in 2016 Scorsese slows things down in order to return to a passion project of his, Silence based on the 1966 novel of the same name, a story about Jesuit Priests who travel to 17th Century Japan to spread the word of Christianity only to be met with suffering and persecution. Scorsese’s past in the priesthood is well-documented and the fact that he’s been trying for this project off the ground for 25 years means that this was always going to be an experience worth having.

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