3 Feb 2016
Avatars and Illusions in Creative Control
What's the reality of illusion? Director Benjamin Dickinson's first feature film explores the possibility of Augmented Reality technology to replace real-life people with avatars with the help of some special glasses. The sci-fi indie movie casts Nora Zehetner (Grey's Anatomy) and Benjamin Dickinson and it has Reggie Watts as a special guest. The satirical approach to hi tech shows how shards of real-life manage to constitute an entire new life on a virtual level, while important things, like creativity and real-life happenings, are left behind. The movie will be out on March 11.



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29 Jan 2016
Billionaire Dies and Wakes Up Having Nine More Lives to Live
Barry Sonnenfeld's next directorial work outside the area of TV series is Nine Lives, and it's coming after the acclaimed contribution that Sonnenfeld had in Men in Black 3 . Kevin Spacey a.k.a. Tom Brand and Jennifer Garner (Lara) are a beautiful billionaire couple with two kids, that is until one day Tom has an accident and, through a strange and mystical way, he becomes a ...tomcat, and his name is Mr. Fuzzypants. Already hating cats and being used to always being the head of the family and the one everyone is looking up to, Tom Brand now has to learn how life is for a cat as he ends up adopted by his own family. The movie will be out on August 5th.



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26 Jan 2016
No Mistakes in "A War"
The guerrilla war, roughly defined by ambushes that involve mostly a small group of people, is the specific way of fighting in the 21st century. Tobias Lindholm's movie A War isn't defined by a certain approach to the war in Afghanistan, but as an accurate eye into the days of a company commander (Pilou Asbaek) that is responsible for everything that happens both with his men and with the untouchable civilian population. In the past, when something happened in a war, the events were impossible to view up close, leaving the history books full of unresolved questions. But now, every move is so scrupulously examined, that no mistake can ever occur, in a perpetually changing battlefield. A War is yet another one of Lindholm's films that resolves around moral dilemmas in a way that leaves no other way of escaping than by facing our errors as they are. The film is out on February 12.



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20 Jan 2016
The Past Has No Cliches in My Golden Days
Evocating youth, My Golden Days speaks of the problem of identity, both cultural and personal, and deals with memory as an instrument to accept the past. Paul Dedalus (Quentin Dolmaire, an adolescent, and Mathieu Amalric, the adult), who is an anthropologist leaving Tajikistan, remembers his childhood and adolescent years, with his love for Esther (Lou Roy-Lecollinet) and the disappointment caused by his friend's betrayal. Epic and at the same time hilarious, director's Arnaud Desplechin's movie (A Christmas Tale, 2008) is a middle-aged man's intimate episodes of his past. The film is also the prequel to the 1996 "My Sex Life… or How I Got Into an Argument". My Golden Days is set to be released in theaters on March 18.



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14 Dec 2015
Tarzan Has Returned
Dark Horse Comics produced a series that had the original Edgar Rice Burroughs' character, Tarzan, as its main hero, and the movie The Legend of Tarzan is a remake after the comics. The famous Tarzan (Alexander Skarsgard, The Diary of a Teenage Girl) leaves the jungle for a life in London, under the name of John Clayton III. His return to his original home is due to the suspect activities that a mining encampment is operating in the virgin forests. He must fight Captain Leon Rom (Christoph Waltz) and undermine his plans, but, most of all, find out what Jane (Margot Robbie, The Big Short ) has been planning all along. The movie will be out in the summer, next year.



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5 Dec 2015
A Problem of Murder and Police Corruption in "Exposed"
The upcoming drama Exposed (III), written and directed by Declan Dale, and featuring Keanu Reeves as a police detective that finds himself in a web of unsolved crimes, approaches the problem of police corruption in a manner that makes visible the implications it has in the life of an entire community. Detective Scott Galban (Reeves) is set to find and speak to the only girl (Isabel de La Cruz - Ana de Armas) that seems to know some things about a series of interconnected crimes, as well as about his brutally murdered partner. Other names in the cast include that of Christopher McDonald and Big Daddy Kane. The movie will be out on January 22.



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23 Nov 2015
The Four Horsemen and Their Mastermind
The absolutely perfect theft of the four incredible stuntsmen (Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Dave Francop, Lizzy Caplan), or as they are otherwise called, the "modern Robin Hoods", was just the first act of their performance. Set one year after the baffling FBI experience, the action in Now You See Me 2 is set at divulging the true creator of their master plan, in an unprecedented magical show. Directed by Jon M. Chu (Jem and the Holograms), the movie will have its theatrical release next year in June.



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15 Nov 2015
The Story About that Great Thing That Never Happened
But what if...? Rupert Grint and Ron Perlman team up to tell the "true story of how we never landed on the moon". Sounds appealing? What is more, the movie is going to be director Antoine Bardou-Jacquet's cornerstone in the feature films industry, while other cast names include that of Robert Sheehan and Stephen Campbell Moore (Burnt (I)). Furthermore, the movie has Stanley Kubrick as the director of the movie within the movie, making the "journey" to the moon easier to describe. The movie will be out on January 15 next year.



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12 Nov 2015
Julia Roberts Hunts a Killer in "Secret in Their Eyes"
A tragic murder is shaking from the core an entire FBI team when the daughter (Zoe Graham) of one of the agents (Julia Roberts) is brutally killed and found in a dumpster. Billy Ray's Secret in Their Eyes is a stunning directorial work that keeps its audience in suspense throughout the story, following the horrific experience of a mother that has to bring to justice the known killer of her daughter. The movie is out in theaters in a week.



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9 Nov 2015
Katie Holmes is Bipolar in "Touched With Fire"
Two manic depressives (Carla Katie Holmes and Marco Luke Kirby) meet in a psychiatric hospital and fall in love, but they are followed everywhere by doctors and family who tell them they shouldn't be together. Directed by Paul Dalio, Touched With Fire also stars Christine Lahti and Griffin Dunne. Having been first screened on March this year at the South by Southwest Film Festival, the film's theatrical release has yet to be announced. The movie is Katie Holmes' second this year, after Woman in Gold.



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5 Nov 2015
The Stop-Motion Film That You Have to See If You're Human
Life can prove to be full of hopelessness, in a way that one can't even come to grips anymore to the fact that he's alive, and thus functions, willing or unwilling, according to life's rules. Duke Johnson and Charlie Kaufman (writer for Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind)'s stop-motion picture Anomalisa speaks just about that, the human condition, in a way that only the practicality of the puppets' rendition of human perplexities is able to show on screen. Touching and inspiring, the film's voices are Jennifer Jason Leigh, David Thewlis, and Tom Noonan. Love and its endeavors, loss and its afflictions, all coming to screen in January next year.



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3 Nov 2015
Romanticism and Cynicism in "By the Sea(I)"
The fourth directorial work of Angelina Jolie, the movie By the Sea (I) follows the troubled relationship of writer Roland (Brad Pitt) and his ex-dancer wife Vanessa (Angelina Jolie) in the 1970's France. With not so much narrative and dialogue presented in its two trailers, and even if in the plot other people appear too in their otherwise lonesome life, but not in the trailers, the film is intriguing enough to make audiences expect its theatrical release. With picturesque sceneries and an interest in relationships and boredom, the film is attractive in the way that today's romanticism and cynicism are both present in almost every couple's life, and seem to be the two ways of presenting the story. The movie is out on November 13.



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