Marvel Studios premiered the first official trailer for the upcoming Captain America: Civil War on tonight’s Jimmy Kimmel Live. The film is directed by Joe and Anthony Russo, who also directed Captain America: The Winter Soldier, and stars Chris Evans, Robert Downey Jr.,Scarlett Johansson, Sebastian

Terrence Malick’s KNIGHT OF CUPS Trailer

Broad Green Pictures has released the official trailer for Terrence Malick‘s next film, Knight of Cups, which stars Christian Bale as a screenwriter living in L.A. attempting to make sense of the world around him. Basically, it looks like exactly what we’ve


2015 Independent Spirit Award Nominees Announced

Film Independent has announced the nominees for the 31st Independent Spirit Awards, with Todd HaynesCarol picking up the most noms with six. Beasts of No Nation and Spotlight tied for second with five nominations each, and Anomalisa and Tangerine had four including

Video: Podcast Ep. 192 – JAMES WHITE, MEDITERRANEA

This week, Adam and Kevin talk about two heavy dramas with reviews of James White and Mediterranea. Additional films discussed include: My Way Home, Spotlight, Kumiko The Treasure Hunter, Ted 2, Dipso, #Horror, The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet, and Jessica Jones.


Podcast: Episode 192 – JAMES WHITE, MEDITERRANEA

Adam and Kevin talk about two heavy dramas with reviews of James White and Mediterranea. Other films discussed include: My Way Home, Spotlight, Kumiko The Treasure Hunter, Ted 2, Dipso, #Horror, The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet, and Jessica Jones.


Jesse Owens Biopic RACE Gets a New Poster

Focus Features has released a new poster for Race, starring Stephan James as Jesse Owens as he prepares to run in the 1936 Olympics under Hitler’s regime in Berlin. The film is directed by Stephen Hopkins and also stars Jason Sudeikis, Jeremy Irons, Carice van Houten,

Trey Edward Shults’ KRISHA Gets a New Trailer

A24 released a new trailer for the upcoming drama Krisha, marking the feature directorial debut of Trey Edward Shults. The film stars Krisha Fairchild in the title role as a woman coming home to visit her family after ten years, but tensions run

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#Horror Review

I didn’t look at Tara Subkoff’s directorial debut, #Horror, as the damning condemnation of toxic social media obsession that it was clearly aiming to be and instead viewed it as a cautionary tale to all parents to not raise their kids like assholes.

Sure, the film tries to wag its finger at today’s youth who are supposedly too disconnected from reality to truly respect the lives of others, but this is something we’ve seen several times before with films like The Bling Ring, and although I didn’t like that movie either, at least it didn’t have incessant “submit” button animation cutaways appearing every five minutes, slapping you in the face.

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The latest and last installment of the Hunger Games saga, which is based on the bestselling books of the same name, brings to an end the story of Katniss and Peeta and their Panem rebellion. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 picks up not long after the last film ends with the districts’ rebels gaining momentum and Katniss continuing to serve as the face of the movement.

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Over the past half-decade the R-rated comedy has mostly languished in a post-Hangover hangover, having a difficult time finding the balance between being crass and convivial. Pre and post the 2009 dirty-minded line of demarcation, the producing team of Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg (Pineapple Express, Superbad, This is the End, Neighbors) has remained consistent with their brand of approachable insolence. The Night Before is another success, examining the state of suspended adolescence in the face of impending adulthood with honesty and observant chutzpah.

Video: Podcast Ep. 191 – ENTERTAINMENT, VICTORIA

Adam and Kevin take a look at the indie anti-comedy Entertainment as well as the single-take thriller Victoria in this week's reviews. They also talk about some other stuff including Master of None, Ash vs. Evil Dead, Here's to the Future, and Landmine Goes Click.

THE BOSS Trailer Starring Melissa McCarthy

Universal has posted up the new trailer for the upcoming comedy The Boss, which stars Melissa McCarthy as the richest woman in the country who gets sent to jail for insider trading and winds up losing everything. With no place to go, she