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May 5, 2017

In this edition of The Weekend Read, we have movie reviews, interviews, editorials, lists, rankings, and so much more. Here’s every single original feature the /Film wrote in the past week. Movie and TV Reviews Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is a soulful superhero movie with a bit of …

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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 flirts with self-parody in the home stretch, offering up five post-credits scenes to keep audiences in their seats. But these scenes aren’t lazy or dashed-off – some are funny little beats that tie up lingering threads from the main storyline, others lay the groundwork for future …

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 hit theaters last night with sneak preview screenings playing all over the United States. That means plenty of people have seen the Marvel Studios sequel, and plenty more will be flocking to theaters this weekend to contribute to the undoubtedly massive box office haul. …

While studios go head-to-head with various tentpoles this season, let’s be honest: the summer belongs to David Lynch. Starting in just a few weeks and leading all the way up to early September, we’ll be getting newly directed material from in 18 separate doses. If you ask him though, he …

When filmmaker Joe Cornish burst onto the scene with his terrific sci-fi thriller Attack the Block back in 2011, I was convinced he’d be the next big thing. But that was just before it became common Hollywood practice to hand massive studio franchises to guys who had just one film on their resumes, and …

“Can you handle the night?” Sony Pictures is ending the week with the second official red band trailer for Rough Night, a wild all-women comedy formerly known as Rock That Body, which is also the feature directorial debut of “Broad City” director Lucia Aniello. The film stars five women who get together for a wild bachelorette party – Scarlett Johansson (as the bride) along with Zoë Kravitz, Jillian Bell, Ilana Glazer, and Kate McKinnon. After deciding to get a stripped, they accidentally kill him and have to figure out what to do. I prefer this to the other all-women party comedy Girls Trip, it just seems funnier. Nice nod to Weekend at Bernie’s in this, too. This actually looks like it might be funny enough to go see in theaters. Here’s the second red band trailer (+ poster) for Lucia Aniello’s Rough Night, direct from YouTube: You can also still watch the first red band trailer for Rough Night here, for even …

“The score is the heartbeat of the film.” So says James Cameron, an Oscar-winning director who has worked with some of the greatest composers in film history, and he couldn’t be more right. A big part of why we remember the most iconic scenes in cinema is because of the …

“He told me we were going on vacation. I didn’t know we was gunna be doing Rambo s&*t.” Ugh, this looks so bad. Gravitas Ventures has debuted the official trailer for a crime comedy titled All About the Money, featuring an eclectic cast of actors. The wacky plot involves two “down on their luck” friends who are convinced by another friend to go on a vacation. Only after landing in Colombia do they realize that they are there to attempt to capture America’s most wanted criminal – with no military training. The film stars Eddie Griffin, Blake Freeman, Casper Van Dien, Jon Gries, Mindy Robinson, Lin Shaye, as well as Danny Trejo. This looks like another movie right out of the 90s – totally ridiculous plot, ridiculous characters, lots of guns, absurd action. What more could you ask for? Oh right, some genuine humor maybe. Here’s the official trailer (+ poster) for Blake Freeman’s All About the Money, direct from YouTube: Two …