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September 8, 2017

Margot Robbie breaks through with a strong performance as disgraced figure skater Tonya Harding in Craig Gillespie’s dark-comic biopic ‘I, Tonya.’ read more Source: HoolywoodReporter Movie Reviews

Jessica Chastain stars as Molly Bloom, who ran the world’s most exclusive high-stakes poker game, in Aaron Sorkin’s directorial debut ‘Molly’s Game.’ read more Source: HoolywoodReporter Movie Reviews

Jake Gyllenhaal plays Jeff Bauman, who lost both his legs in the Boston Marathon bombings, in ‘Stronger,’ David Gordon Green’s adaptation of Bauman’s memoirs. read more Source: HoolywoodReporter Movie Reviews

I went into Olivier Nakache and Eric Toledano’s latest film C’est la vie! knowing nothing about it. My assumption from their two previous works, Intouchables and Samba, was that it would prove a charmingly funny dramedy tinged with relevant politics and racial complexity. Well, I was wrong. Whereas the latter film honed …

Emmanuelle Devos (‘Kings and Queen’) stars as a corporate climber in ‘Number One,’ a new film from director Tonie Marshall (‘Venus Beauty’) that premiered in Toronto. read more Source: HoolywoodReporter Movie Reviews

This writer will admit that he joked to a friend recently about music video director Joseph Kahn’s slow feature film output over the last 13 years as almost making him the new Terrence Malick. While don’t take that as anything more than a goof, each of his three features do …

Spike Lee and Jordan Peele will team for Black Klansman, a thriller based on the true story of an African-American police officer that infiltrated the Ku Klux Klan. Lee will direct the film with Peele’s Monkeypaw Productions and Blumhouse This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Spike Lee, Jordan Peele Team for ‘Black Klansman’ Thriller

Something must have happened to John Woo in the last decade or so. It’s been well over a decade since his last full-blown, modern-day action film, having made the historical epics Red Cliff and The Crossing after leaving Hollywood, and Manhunt — his return to the genre that launched his career …

Filmmaker David Gordon Green’s thoughtful impressionistic images and precocious talents were abundantly clear with his striking and lyrical feature debut, “George Washington.” Just 24 years old at the time when the contemplative, shoestring-budgeted indie was made, Green earned tremendous accolades including plaudits from Roger Ebert, and a co-signing from the prestigious Criterion Collection. After just one film, the word “auteur” was already being thrown around. Continue reading David Gordon Green & Jake Gyllenhaal Attempt To Get ‘Stronger’ [TIFF Review] at The Playlist.

Brian O’Malley’s Irish period ghost tale ‘The Lodgers’ premiered in Toronto’s Contemporary World Cinema lineup. read more Source: HoolywoodReporter Movie Reviews