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‘Attica’ TIFF Review: Brutal , Bloody, And Brilliant

Stanley Nelson’s documentary marking the 50th Anniversary of the riots at the Attica correctional facility in New York might be the most critical film at TIFF this year. What’s shocking…

‘The Eyes of Tammy Faye’ TIFF Review: Chastain Delivers A Career Best Performance

In what can only be described as sensational, Jessica Chastain’s performance in The Eyes of Tammy Faye will bring chills to audiences across the country. Very rarely can we watch an actor…

‘Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings’ Global Press Conference Takeaways

Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings is a vibrant and epic cinematic event, the likes of which we haven’t seen since the original Iron Man. The introduction of…

Interview: “Ailey” Director Jamila Wignot Breaks Down Her Latest Work

Jamila Wignot is no stranger to the world of documentaries. She’s an award-winning filmmaker best known for her work on The African Americans and Many Rivers To Cross. Her work…

“Jungle Cruise” Press Conference Takeaways

With Disney releasing “Jungle Cruise” tonight in theaters and on Disney+ Premiere Access this Friday, we were lucky enough to participate in an invitation-only virtual press conference where we were…

“Jungle Cruise” Movie Review

“Jungle Cruise” is a rip-roaring adventure the whole family can enjoy. A joygasm of entertainment and pulpy action sequences will evoke memories of “Romancing the Stone” and “Jewel of the…

Check out the teaser for “Turning Red”

Check out the new trailer and poster showcasing the upcoming all-new original feature film “Turning Red” from Pixar Animation Studios’ director Domee Shi, who won an Oscar® for her 2018…

Interview: Questlove Discusses “Summer of Soul”

How can a festival that was the size and length of The Harlem Cultural Festival just seemingly be swept under the rug? While we can certainly hypothesize as to the…

Interview: Colman Domingo Discusses ‘Zola’

One might come across an article either talking about or focused on Colman Domingo about half a dozen times in a given week. Whether it’s about his work on Fear…

“Fear Street Part 1: 1994” Movie Review

Fear Street Part 1: 1994 is one of the biggest surprises of the summer. As someone who often has a hard time getting into the horror genre, Leigh Janiak’s 1st…