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The Kid (Trailer)

The Kid (Trailer)

(Gore) A boy on the run from his gangster uncle (Chris Pratt) runs into the infamous outlaw Billy the Kid (Dane DeHaan) and the sheriff who captured Billy (Ethan Hawke). He must decide whether to be like the criminal or a man of the law to save his sister.

Every Time I Die (Trailer)

Every Time I Die (Trailer)

In this intriguing thriller, a murdered man’s spirit travels through the bodies of his friends as he tries to protect them from his killer. But as he does so, he takes a journey of his own that will end up with him finding out his true identity.

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Formula 1: Drive to Survive (Trailer)

Formula 1: Drive to Survive (Trailer)

“I’ll do anything I can to get the best results possible. I’m not worried about dying.” From the producer of the critically-acclaimed documentaries Senna and Amy comes an unprecedented look at the drivers, the teams, and the families behind Formula 1 racing.

Into the Spider-Verse 4K Blu-ray

Into the Spider-Verse 4K Blu-ray

The fantastic Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is getting an ultra high-def 4K Blu-ray release. The disc comes with a Dolby Atmos soundtrack and bonus features, including an Easter egg challenge and a bonus short film starring Spider-Ham.

Losers (Trailer)

Losers (Trailer)

History remembers the victors. But this Netflix documentary is about the other side of sports – those who got knocked down, scored fewer points, fumbled, and lost. Losers presents eight stories of athletes who failed and how they bounced back.

The Highwaymen (Trailer)

The Highwaymen (Trailer)

(PG-13: Language) The early 1930s. The FBI has failed to capture the infamous robbers Bonnie and Clyde. Two Texas Rangers are brought in to try and put an end to the notorious couple’s exploits. Kevin Costner and Woody Harrelson star in this Netflix film. Premieres 3/29/19.

Honest Trailers: 2019 Oscars Edition

Honest Trailers: 2019 Oscars Edition

(PG-13: Language) Screen Junkies pokes fun at this year’s Academy Award nominees and the controversies revolving the ceremony itself. Take your pick from movies with lessons that are obvious yet still unheeded. And Black Panther. Yes it deserves to be there, so stop it.

Willem Dafoe on His Famous Roles

Willem Dafoe on His Famous Roles

Willem Dafoe sat down with GQ to talk about his most memorable characters, from Spider-Man‘s Green Goblin to The Last Temptation of Christ’s Jesus. Even if you’re not familiar with his work, this is still a must watch because of Dafoe’s passion and generosity.

Brilliant Tech Innovations in Film

Brilliant Tech Innovations in Film

For an art form that’s so dependent on technology, movies and the film industry have lots of inventions and ideas for which to be thankful. But CineFix thinks these three developments in particular had the most impact on filmmaking over the years.

Searching: Reformatting a Thriller

Searching: Reformatting a Thriller

(SPOILERS) In the thriller Searching, a desperate father searches his missing daughter’s laptop for clues. The movie consists only of shots of device screens. Lessons from the Screenplay shows how the filmmakers adapted to and embraced this perspective.

I Am Richard Pryor (Trailer)

I Am Richard Pryor (Trailer)

(PG-13) The late comedian Richard Pryor is equally famous and infamous. Paramount Network’s upcoming documentary I Am Richard Pryor shares the standup legend’s brutal childhood, struggles with addiction and powerful legacy. Airs 3/15/19.

Furie (Trailer)

Furie (Trailer)

“…you took the wrong kid.” Furie is an upcoming Vietnamese action film. It’s about a former gang leader who goes after an international child trafficking ring after they kidnap her daughter. It looks like a hell of a long night.

Ash is Purest White (Trailer)

Ash is Purest White (Trailer)

A woman goes to prison for 5 years for protecting her small-time gangster boyfriend. Upon her release, she seeks him out to continue their relationship. Jia Zhangke’s criticallyacclaimed drama is about two people being shaped by larger forces. Premieres 3/15/19.

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Bird Box, A Quiet Place & Parenting

Bird Box, A Quiet Place & Parenting

(SPOILERS) “Life is more than just what is. It’s what could be. What you could make it.” ScreenPrism points out that Bird Box and A Quiet Place don’t just have similar sci-fi plots. They also both reflect what it’s like to be a parent in modern times.

Groundhog Day: An Inescapable Premise

Groundhog Day: An Inescapable Premise

Lessons from the Screenplay explores the legendary February movie Groundhog Day. Instead of adding twists or a deus ex machina, the movie fully explores its premise – what if someone had all the time in the world? – without being boring or predictable.

How Aquaman Should Have Ended

How Aquaman Should Have Ended

(SPOILERS) How It Should Have Ended plugs up the Aquaman movie’s loopholes and points out the problem of having an origin story after the hero has already joined a super team. Because Superman is the answer to everything.

Bird Box Honest Trailer

Bird Box Honest Trailer

Screen Junkies skewers Netflix’s adaptation of the sci-fi thriller novel Bird Box. Watch and laugh at the emotionally abusive mom, the long cliché setup, the bad guys who have vague abilities, and that freakin’ impossible boat ride.

Apollo 11 (Trailer)

Apollo 11 (Trailer)

July 2019 marks the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission. To commemorate this event, CNN Films made a documentary about the first successful manned mission to the Moon. The criticallyacclaimed film is made almost entirely of never before seen 70mm footage.

The Wandering Earth (Trailer)

The Wandering Earth (Trailer)

Based on a short story by Cixin Liu, the big budget Chinese sci-fi film The Wandering Earth sees the Sun dying. Humans build massive engines to fly the entire planet to another star. But disaster strikes when the engines shut down, and collision with Jupiter is imminent.

Boy Who Harnessed the Wind (Trailer)

Boy Who Harnessed the Wind (Trailer)

Chiwetel Ejiofor stars and directs in this Netflix adaptation of William Kamkwamba’s eponymous memoir. As a teenager, William helped his family in Southeast Africa gain access to water and electricity by building a windmill out of junk parts. Premieres 3/1/19.

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Styx (Trailer)

Styx (Trailer)

In this criticallyacclaimed thriller, a doctor is on a personal sailing trip across the Atlantic. After weathering a storm, she finds herself close to a sinking ship filled with refugees. The Coast Guard orders her to stay away from the ship. Premieres 2/27/19.

Skate Kitchen (Trailer)

Skate Kitchen (Trailer)

(PG-13: Language) From the director of Wolfpack comes a coming of age story told through the lens of a female skateboarder and her newfound friends. Skate Kitchen features the eponymous Manhattan-based all-girl skate crew, along with Jaden Smith.

MIB: Men In Blues

MIB: Men In Blues

(PG-13: Language) Filmmaker and editor Fabrice Mathieu has outdone himself with this epic movie mashup, combining The Blues Brothers and Men In Black into an thrilling new adventure about two ex-cons on a mission from god to take down the alien scum of the universe.

Why Twin Films Happen

Why Twin Films Happen

Hollywood studios have a long history of releasing movies with very similar plots and/or characters right around the same time. Cheddar looks into this phenomenon, and attempts to explain why we get things like A Bugs Life and Antz, and Top Gun and Iron Eagle.

The Hummingbird Project (Trailer)

The Hummingbird Project (Trailer)

In The Hummingbird Project, Jesse Eisenberg and Alexander Skarsgård play venture capitalists. They want to build a fiber-optic line from Kansas straight to New York to give their clients an edge in the stock market. But their former boss catches on and copies their idea.

Black Mirror: Bandersnatch Explained

Black Mirror: Bandersnatch Explained

(Gore, SPOILERS) ScreenPrism deconstructs the story and the various endings of Black Mirror: Bandersnatch. It’s a story about itself, it’s a story about being a helpless consumer, and it’s a story about accepting that we can’t change the past.

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