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TRAILER: Elton John Biopic ROCKETMAN Is Based On A True Fantasy

Elton John is a living legend in the entertainment biz, and Rocketman is an exploration of the musician’s life from unknown to superstar. However,...

Review: FILM STARS DON’T DIE IN LIVERPOOL A Soaring Tale Of Love

Film Stars Don’t Die In Liverpool is an exceptionally well-crafted film anchored by terrific performances from Annette Bening and Jamie Bell. Writer-director Paul Mcguigan has adapted the memoir of Peter Turner (played by Bell) who regales us all with details of his May-December romance with Academy Award winner Gloria Grahame (played by Bening). Turner had a whirlwind romance with Grahame which made her diagnosis of terminal cancer much harder to bear. Turner came from a meek neighboorhood in Liverpool, while Grahame leads a glamorous life, but their love transcended socioeconomic boundaries.

‘Fantastic Four’ (2015) Retrospective Review – What Went Wrong?

Fantastic Four is a tough nut to crack for Hollywood. Despite two previous attempts, the team has yet to strike gold as a movie...

Box Office Report: Fantastic Four Flopping

According to "Deadline Hollywood", Fantastic Four which was tracking for a 40/50 million dollar weekend seems now destined for a lethargic box office gross of...

Review: Fantastic Four? More like a Fantastic Bore!

Fantastic Four is definitely an option for moviegoers this weekend, an option for moviegoers who are interested in films that reach the epitome of...

Fantastic Four REVIEW: New “FF” Film Falls Far From Fantastic

Sorry, True Believers, but it looks like 20th Century Fox has done it to the "First Family of Comics" once again. Their latest effort to...

Final ‘Fantastic Four’ Trailer Shows Off A Little More Doom

The final trailer for Fantastic Four has been released, showing off a little bit more Dr. Doom ahead of the film's August release. Here is...
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