Battle of a Sexes This thespian underline about a 1973 tennis compare between Bobby Riggs and Billie Jean King and a events heading adult to it is a well-acted, spacious soak into another time and consciousness, with Steve Carell generally shining in a proceed he captures Riggs strange, exposed appeal. Rated PG-13. 121 minutes.—M.LaSalle Bending […]

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Kevin Smith‘s devotion to Harvey Weinstein dissolved progressing this month amid reports that a now-disgraced film noble had intimately assaulted or tormented dozens of women in a attention over a years. Related Lena Headey of ‘Game of Thrones’ Alleges Weinstein Sexual Harassment Actress claims she felt “completely powerless” after he invited her adult to his […]

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For a Weinsteins, it had always been Bob and Harvey opposite a world. In 1979, a twenty-something stone promoters brought their inapt demeanor, fast-talking style, and severe negotiating strategy to a film business, fixing their new film prolongation association after their parents, Miriam and Max. Together, they built a studio that would redefine eccentric cinema […]

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Darren Aronofsky is zero if not polarizing. Whether it’s a mind-bending outing down a drug-fueled rabbit hole in “Requiem for a Dream,” or a dim look during sensuality on a veteran ballet circuit in “Black Swan,” a award-winning writer/director’s films tend to bleed clever feelings. Aronofsky’s latest opus “Mother!” is garnering a new kind of […]

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“Only a Brave” is a loyal story of an chosen group that battled a extreme Arizona wildfire in 2013.(Photo: Sony)   “BOO 2: A MADEA HALLOWEEN”: Madea (Tyler Perry), Bam (Cassi Davis) and Hattie (Patrice Lovely) try to a condemned campground though contingency run for their lives when a boogeyman, monsters and goblins are unleashed. […]

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Micah Mertes Reporter – Movies, TV and books Micah Mertes writes about cinema and books for The World-Herald. His favorite film is “Aliens,” and his favorite book is also “Aliens.” He started during The World-Herald in 2011, initial as an online editor. It has, for a many part, been fun. He is 32. Follow Micah […]

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Kevin Smith recognizes that his career will perpetually be related to Harvey Weinstein, a male whose dual prior companies — Miramax and The Weinstein Company — have constructed a filmmaker’s many important projects. So, in a arise of a new sexual bungle allegations intended during a ashamed Hollywood mogul, Smith has motionless to present all […]

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Darren Aronofsky is zero if not polarizing. Whether it’s a mind-bending outing down a drug-fueled rabbit hole in “Requiem for a Dream,” or a dim look during sensuality on a veteran ballet circuit in “Black Swan,” a award-winning writer/director’s films tend to bleed clever feelings. Aronofsky’s latest opus “Mother!” is garnering a new kind of […]

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The box bureau expelled 4 large new cinema display in theaters national this past Friday a 13th, scheming film buffs for a Halloween season. The cinema embody “The Foreigner,” “Marshall,” “Professor Marston and a Wonder Women” and “Happy Death Day.” “The Foreigner” Directed by Martin Campbell of “Casino Royale,” “The Foreigner” follows a businessman whose […]

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In a Profile of Harvey Weinstein in The New Yorker in 2002, Ken Auletta recounted an occurrence that took place between Weinstein and the director Julie Taymor and her associates after a exam screening of her film “Frida,” progressing that year. Weinstein felt that a film had problems. When Taymor disagreed, Weinstein responded with rage, calling her “the […]

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