Frida Movie Review

This documentary shows that Frida Kahlo should be a household name among painters, especially in the column of Surrealism, but she isn’t. Why is that? She was a woman when she was at her most raw, uninhibited, and… best. It’s that simple. This documentary is about how she got started and what she went through along the path to being one of the best painters ever. ​
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One Life Movie Review

​This is an unforgettable story, and having Anthony Hopkins tell it makes it all the better. It’s the true story of Sir Nicholas ‘Nicky’ Winton, who, as a young British stockbroker at the time, couldn’t stand the atrocities he was seeing in Prague. Johnny Flynn plays the younger version of Winton and gives an amazing performance.
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Bob Marley: OneLove

Bob Marley: One Love Movie Review

“Bob Marley: One Love” is a biographical movie about the talented Jamaican artist who brought reggae music to a higher level. He was instrumental in bringing the rhythmic beats into popular culture. The Marley family were key contributors to the production of this movie. So, it was their way of showing Bob their ‘One Love’… Read more

Back To Black Trailer

Experience the life behind the lyrics. 


Director: Sam Taylor-Johnson
Writers: Matt Greenhalgh
Cast: Marisa Abela, Jack O’Connell, Eddie Marsan and Lesley Manville

  • Genre: Biography, Drama, Music

Executive Producers: Sam Taylor-Johnson, Anna Marsh, Ron Halpern, Joe Naftalin
Producers: Alison Owen, p.g.a., Debra Hayward, Nicky Kentish-Barnes

Distributed by: Focus Features


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Amazon MGM Studios Acquires Feature-Length Celine Dion Documentary, I Am: Celine Dion

The documentary, which will be available to stream on Prime Video, was produced by Sony Music Vision, in partnership with Sony Music Entertainment Canada, and Vermilion Films


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The Boys in the Boat Movie Review – Release date December 25, 2023

George Clooney inspires as a director. Here, more than ever. “Confessions of a Dangerous Mind,” “Up in the Air,” and “The Tender Bar” are a few of his films. Clooney’s in them, too, because he knows a good story when he sees one and obviously where he best fits. Now, he offers “The Boys in the Boat.” Will it be up for Best Picture? No. But is it worth watching? Without a doubt.

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Maestro Film Review

What an incredible follow-up to Cooper’s, “A Star Is Born.” Cooper has proven himself to be one of the most skilled individuals in Hollywood. The acting in his second directorial effort, “Maestro,” was astonishing. The makeup was out of this world perfect. A team of forty-six turned Bradley Cooper into Leonard Bernstein.​
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