Poor Things New Extended Look Trailer


“Poor Things” is Only In Theaters December 8, 2023.


Directed by: Yorgos Lanthimos
Written by: Tony McNamara
Starring: Emma Stone, Mark Ruffalo, Willem Dafoe, Ramy Youssef, Christopher Abbott, Suzy Bemba, Jerrod Carmichael, Kathryn Hunter, Vicki Pepperdine, Margaret Qualley, Hanna Schygulla

Rating: R (Graphic Nudity|Gore|Disturbing Material|Language|Strong Sexual Content)
Runtime: 2h 21m
Genres: Sci-fi, Romance

Producers: Yorgos Lanthimos, Emma Stone, Ed Guiney, Andrew Lowe

Distributed by: Searchlight Pictures


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The Beekeeper Official Red Band Trailer

Expose the Corruption. Protect the Hive. 


Directed By: David Ayer
Written By: Kurt Wimmer
Starring: Jason Statham, Emmy Raver-Lampman, Josh Hutcherson, Bobby Naderi, Minnie Driver, with Phylicia Rashad and Jeremy Irons

Rated: Rated R for strong violence throughout, pervasive language, some sexual references and drug use.
Genres: Action, Thriller

Produced By: Bill Block, Jason Statham, David Ayer, Chris Long, p.g.a., Kurt Wimmer

Executive Producers: Andrew Golov, Thom Zadra, Mark Birmingham

  • Distributor: MGM

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The Blackening Movie Review

“The Blackening” was directed by Tim Story, a writer, producer and director. He directed, among many others, “Shaft,” “Ride Along,” and Barbershop.” Early on, he directed music videos for L.O.X, Ginuwine, Tyrese, Color Me Badd and NSYNC. ​
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Polite Society Movie Review

This title may have you thinking you’re in the neighborhood of watching a movie about people being sweet as they pass one another on the street and such.

This couldn’t be further from the truth. IMMEDIATELY, I thought I was in a Quentin Tarantino or Edgar Wright film. I looked up at the sign to make sure I hadn’t wandered into the wrong theater. So, get any loving strangers’ ideas out of your head. ​
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Are You There God It’s Me, Margaret Movie Review

Judy Blume was everyone’s “other” mother. Well, she was when I was growing up, that is. Her stories fit perfectly into our lives, explaining to us, in a way the school hadn’t yet, what was happening with our bodies, why it was happening and if everyone was going through the same things. We didn’t want to approach our parents about certain topics or thoughts, especially concerning matters of our attraction toward the opposite sex. Judy Blume made it alright to hold that opinion. What her characters went through, we went through.

She was read by both boys and girls. We needed her voice. We needed her guidance.​
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