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Why horror is the genre that will define 2021

From a siege of the United States Capitol to a presidential impeachment trial for inciting an insurrection to growing no-fly lists, many of the defini

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Queen Bees: a movie about cliques, flirting, friends, and pranks in the age of retirement.

While her house undergoes repairs, fiercely independent senior Helen (Academy Award®-winner Ellen Burstyn) moves into a nearby retirement community ―

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From the Studio that brought you John Wick: The Protégé

Rescued as a child by the legendary assassin Moody (Samuel L. Jackson) and trained in the family business, Anna (Maggie Q) is the world’s most skilled

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Jason Statham and Guy Ritchie: A match made in bone-crunching action movie heaven

Before Jason Statham was a household name, he made ends meet selling cheap jewelry on busy street corners. Statham could rake in a couple of thousand

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Godzilla vs. Kong: The Making of a Monster Hit

When Total Film catches up with Godzilla vs. Kong director Adam Wingard in February 2021, his long-awaited crossover grudge-match movie is "100 percen

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Favourite hidden gem TV series on Netflix?

What TV show do I need to see? Try and steer away from the standout shows like Breaking Bad, as I'll likely have seen them. It has to be on Netflix, b

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10 Movies That Highlight the Black Experience in America

The Black experience in America is often overlooked in cinematic history. Prolific Black actors and actresses of the 20th century could only find role

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Finally, a Mother’s Day Movie That Celebrates the Not-So-Soft Side of Motherhood

Ah, Mother's Day. A holiday full of Hallmark card cliches and obligatory praise that no woman can live up to. But don't worry—this year, we've got jus

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Minari’s about the American Dream. Why did the Golden Globes label it a foreign language film?

"Minari" follows a Korean-American family trying to achieve the American Dream in the 1980s. Jacob and Monica Yi move their family from California to

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Two First-Time Directors Put a Spotlight on Black Life in L.A.

Los Angeles natives Travon Free and Kris Bowers have more in common than their hometown. The first-time directors both received Oscar nominations last

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