Review – Black Mirror: Bandersnatch (2018)

Choose your own path in the new interactive adventure! We reviewed Black Mirror: Bandersnatch that is now streaming on Netflix.

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“In 1984, a young programmer begins to question reality as he works to adapt a fantasy novel into a video game.”

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Review – The Man Who Invented Christmas (2017)

Christmas is less than a week away and we’re reviewing The Man Who Invented Christmas starring Dan Stevens as Charles Dickens.

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“The journey that led to Charles Dickens’ creation of “A Christmas Carol,” a timeless tale that would redefine Christmas.”

Gal Gadot’s Red Suit Heats up the UK Premiere of Wreck-It Ralph 2!

Gal Gadot looks sleek at the London premiere for Wreck-It Ralph 2: Ralph Breaks the Internet. In this video, Nile Fortner shares information and the best images of Gadot at the London Premiere. Gadot plays Shank in Wreck-It Ralph 2: Ralph Breaks the Internet and Gadot is once again playing a strong female character that may be an inspiration for all. In the U.S., the film hits cinemas Nov. 21, 2018 and the UK on the 30th of November, 2018.

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Review – Phantom Thread (2017)

by Armando Vanegas

The 90’s independent film boom was quite a ride as there were so many unique voices that would be hard to replicate. Not only that, a lot of these filmmakers and their works just carried so much swagger to them that you had to impressed by how confident they came across. Many of them seemed to stay with made them work, but Paul Thomas Anderson seems to always want to challenge himself in a way that sets him apart from the pack as he seems to have a tendency to get out of his comfort zone. While I wasn’t crazy about his last movie Inherent Vice, it was still one of those movies that you had to admire for its weirdness even if it doesn’t totally come together. This was in some ways a return to form for him in some ways even if this isn’t a movie I can say that I totally could embrace. When I first saw this in the theater earlier this year, I remember being really impressed by how well made it was, but that’s to be expected from Anderson. This is still apparent on a second viewing. It’s also different and unpredictable in some ways so it had that going for it in addition to excellent performances from Daniel-Day Lewis and Vicky Krieps.

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The Last Witness – Interview with Piotr Szkopiak

Who Gets to Call it History?

Director Piotr Szkopiak Talks Justice, Katyn, and The Last Witness

Director Piotr Szkopiak on the set of The Last Witness

Photo courtesy of Momentum Pictures

 

By Christopher M. Rzigalinski

History is written by the victors and those with power. Significant events in the lives of ordinary citizens often go missing from news reports, calendars, and textbooks. But May 11th, 2018 was a monumental date. The Last Witness, Polish-Anglo writer and director Piotr Szkopiak’s second film, opened in Poland that day. Red carpet arrivals and press coverage mattered little compared to the importance of Szkopiak’s mother being present to watch the film.

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