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By The Dispatch On Thursday, September 13th, 2018
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‘Never Heard’ headed to theaters, starring David Banner, a performance by Jekalyn Carr

Fans will get to experience the premiere of “NEVER HEARD” in select cinemas nationwide in a one-night event on November 1. As part of the event, faith-based film audiences will enjoy a special cast intro and More...

By Brandon Jones On Tuesday, August 21st, 2018
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‘An Interview with God’ Movie Review: Brenton Thwaites shines in a drama to ask God the tough questions

“What would you ask?” That’s the central question for the new film, An Interview with God, starring Brenton Thwaites (Maleficent, Gods of Egypt) as a young reporter battle his assignment in Afghanistan More...

By Brandon Jones On Thursday, August 16th, 2018
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‘Running For Grace’ Review: A historic look at triumph over racism, but lacks depth for a wide audience

Blue Fox Entertainment delivers a beautiful film, Running For Grace, a historic piece with a powerful family message. The film starts with an orphan boy, named Jo, of mixed race (Cole Takiue) finds family with the More...

By The Dispatch On Tuesday, July 17th, 2018
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‘Moses’ musical drama coming to theaters for two-night screenings in September

The epic musical drama MOSES from Sight & Sound Theatres comes to cinemas nationwide September 13 and 15 through Fathom Events.  Filmed in front of a live audience, the original stage production was seen More...

By Brandon Jones On Wednesday, July 11th, 2018
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‘Leave No Trace’ Review: A father-daughter story raising a lot of issues

From director Debra Granik (the Academy Award-nominated Winter’s Bone, Stray Dog, Down to the Bone) delivers a mesmerizing and amazing exploration into homelessness, PTSD, the inability to integrate into culture More...

By Brandon Jones On Thursday, January 18th, 2018
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‘Forever My Girl’ Review: The Romance never clicks in this sweet, predictable film

Forever My Girl is the latest retelling of the “price of fame,” keeping the story family friendly, sweet and yet gripping. Based on the novel by New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Heidi More...

By Brandon Jones On Wednesday, December 27th, 2017
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‘Wonder’ Movie Review: a predictable but lovely, sweet family film

Feel good films are often too far and between, but audiences can find pleasure in a new film from writer/director Stephen Chbosky called Wonder. “I know I’m not an ordinary 10-year-old kid,” says Auggie (Jacob More...

By Brandon Jones On Tuesday, December 19th, 2017
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‘Sicario 2: Soldado’ trailer teases Benicio del Toro’s Alejandro ‘turned loose’

Sony has released the first teaser trailer for Sicario 2: Soldado which it is releasing via its Columbia Pictures banner next year. The Black Label Media production was directed by Stefano Sollima from a script More...

By Brandon Jones On Wednesday, October 25th, 2017
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‘Thank You For Your Service’ highlights PTSD struggles for Vets but falls short on the ‘thank you’

The struggles of returning soldiers never appeared on screen in the way Thank You For Your Service highlights PTSD, the incompetence of Veterans Affairs and the arrogance of military leadership. American Sniper More...

By Brandon Jones On Thursday, October 12th, 2017
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Shemar Moore confirmed for ‘Criminal Minds’ appearance, airs October 25

S.W.A.T. star Shemar Moore is set for a guest spot on CBS’ Criminal Minds to reprise his role as fan favorite Derek Morgan. He’ll appear in the fifth episode which airs Wednesday, October 25 at 10 PM More...

By Stephen Nevets On Friday, September 22nd, 2017
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Margot Robbie praises Glenn Ficarra and John Requa on Joker and Harley Quinn project

While in London for the Goodbye Christopher Robin junket, ComingSoon.net spoke with Margot Robbie about re-teaming with writer/directors Glenn Ficarra and John Requa, who she previously worked with on Focus and Whiskey More...

By Guest Author On Thursday, August 24th, 2017
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‘The Only Living Boy in New York’: Callum Turner shines in dialogue driven intellectual drama

How often do you experience a film where the most impressive element is the dialogue? Think really hard about it. I couldn’t think of any at all. Maybe I’m not as intellectual as I imagine myself to More...

By Brandon Jones On Sunday, August 13th, 2017
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‘Logan Lucky’ Review: Steven Soderbergh returns with hillbilly heist film full of hijinks

Director Steven Soderbergh took a hiatus from making films, frustrated over the Hollywood process and now returns with an Ocean’s Eleven knock-off, Logan Lucky. The director’s resume of great films landed More...

By Brandon Jones On Thursday, August 3rd, 2017
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Halle Berry’s desperation can’t save ‘Kidnap’ from predictable, cliche riddled story

Kidnap is one of the strangest review I have ever had to write. Halle Berry is entertaining and believable as a desperate mom, battling to rescue her son from kidnappers, but the film is riddled with slasher cliches More...

By Brandon Jones On Tuesday, August 1st, 2017
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Florence Pugh will amaze and disturb audiences in ‘Lady MacBeth’

Just hearing the name MacBeth and most everyone thinks of Shakespeare. Inspired by the plot of murderous woman the famous playwright created in MacBeth, the 1865 novella by Nikolai Leskov, Lady Macbeth of the More...

By Brandon Jones On Friday, July 28th, 2017
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‘Gotham’ season 4 premiere moved up to September 21, details emerge at SDCC

Season 4 of Fox’s DC drama Gotham will premiere on September 21 in the series’ new Thursday 8 PM time period, followed by the time period premiere of Seth MacFarlane’s new space dramedy series, The Orville. With The More...

By Stephen Nevets On Monday, June 5th, 2017
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‘Man in the High Castle’ season 3: J Edgar Hoover will be played by William Forsythe

William Forsythe has been cast to play the role of J. Edgar Hoover, the powerful and controversial first Director of the FBI, on season three of Amazon’s drama series The Man In The High Castle. Based on Philip More...

By Brandon Jones On Monday, June 5th, 2017
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‘Megan Leavey’ is a heartfelt film about true heroes

Isn’t the summer time a great time for an emotional heartfelt true story of heroism, strength and bonding? Sadly, while many audiences are going to be disappointed by the big budget popcorn films, Megan Leavey More...

By Brandon Jones On Friday, May 12th, 2017
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‘The Wall’ is a focused, suspenseful war film, but fails to find a heart or passion

Amazon Studios’ The Wall arrives in an era of incredible war films (Hurt Locker, Zero Dark Thirty, American Sniper, Hacksaw Ridge) to create a new twist on the stereotypical war drama. Director Doug Liman’s More...

By Brandon Jones On Friday, April 21st, 2017
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‘The Lost City of Z’: Charlie Hunnam captures the mysterious life of Percy Fawcett in this beautiful biopic

Director James Gray marks off another biopic from Hollywood’s proverbial “to-do” list with The Lost City of Z. Charlie Hunnam (Sons of Anarchy, Pacific Rim) has been cast the British army major More...


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