Author: Duong VR

Posted in Drama / Romance / Comedy

Charlie Chaplin’s The Immigrant: The movie was also known as Broke

Charlie Chaplin shows off his sea legs. The first half of this early Chaplin short takes place on a crowded boat packed with bedraggled immigrants…

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Watchmen: Paul Greengrass Compares His Unmade Movie to Joker

Once upon a time, before Zack Snyder’s movie and the excellent HBO series, we almost got Paul Greengrass‘ Watchmen. Greengrass was actually one of several…

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Wonder Woman 1984 Worldwide Box Office: The Movie Lassos Its Way Past $100 Million

Director Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman 1984 has passed its first major box office milestone. Wonder Woman 1984 has passed a major box office milestone, despite the…

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Jared Leto Reveales That Morbius Is a Big, Fun Popcorn Movie That’s a Little Scary

Jared Leto describes Morbius The Living Vampire as a ‘Jekyll and Hyde’ story. The success of Tom Hardy’s solo Venom movie prompted Sony to get more ambitious…

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The Boss Baby 2 Release Date Moved to September 2021

Talk about a demotion. The Boss Baby 2 will have to boss at a later date. Thanks to a new release date move from Universal…

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Posted in Drama / Romance / Comedy Thriller / Horror

Secrets in the Hot Springs Review: Just give this film a try for the comedy and the story line

If you are interested in horror comedies then look no further. Secrets in the Hot Springs is the movie for you. Secrets in Hot Springs…

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Rick Grimes Movie Could Hit Theaters in 2021 Revealed by Walking Dead Director

Director Rosemary Rodriguez has fueled speculation that Andrew Lincoln will return to The Walking Dead sooner rather than later. Extremely anticipated and awaited by longtime…

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Explain About ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ End Credits Scene

With every superhero movie, an end credits scene has come to be expected now — whether they act as teases to a sequel, essential building…

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Posted in Animation / Children

Paddington 2014 Review: A great big bear-hug of a family film

You need not worry, Paddington is great. Don’t bother with Nativity 3: Dude Where’s My Donkey? and treat your partner, children, grumpy neighbour or distant-relative-housekeeper…

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Blumhouse Will Make a Movie About True Story of a Mother Who Hunted Cartel Members After They Murdered Her Daughter

Earlier this month, The New York Times published an article entitled “She Stalked Her Daughter’s Killers Across Mexico, One by One,” which told the true…

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