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Film Journal 2h
The Sundown Kid: Robert Redford returns to robbing banks in David Lowery's 'The Old Man & the Gun'
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Film Journal 5h
'The House with a Clock in Its Walls' leads soft weekend as 'Life Itself' and 'Assassination Nation' tank
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Film Journal 7h
is an intimate, affectionate film portrait of music legend Quincy Jones.
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Rebecca Pahle Sep 21
I find it toughest to review a film you really, really love--it's a struggle to feel like you're doing it justice. Anyway, here's my review of .
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Film Journal Sep 20
'Goyo: The Boy General' offers American audiences a puzzling, inconstant vision of the past.
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Film Journal Sep 20
'A Happening of Monumental Proportions' is a pointless intermingling of stories leading nowhere.
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Film Journal Sep 20
represents a bad move for writer/director Dan Fogelman ("This Is Us").
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Film Journal Sep 20
Toronto International Film Festival offers a gallery of poignant characters
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Film Journal Sep 19
Major Cineplex named 'Cinionic Technology Innovator of the Year'
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Film Journal Sep 19
Cineplex and CJ 4DPLEX announce strategic partnership and expansion plans
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Film Journal Sep 19
AMC Stubs A-List aligns with Fandango and Atom Tickets
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Film Journal Sep 19
'The Goodness of Show Business People': Entertainment charities put a focus on kids
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Film Journal Sep 19
Ask the Audience: Movie Theatre Renovations
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Hollywood Reporter Sep 19
Cineplex expands Korean 4D theater deal further in Canada
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Film Journal Sep 19
Trump is just a symptom of the system, says Michael Moore in Fahrenheit 11/9--and he has the cure.
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Film Journal Sep 19
is possibly the year’s most obnoxious release.
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Film Journal Sep 19
With , Eli Roth knows what he’s doing—and that means carefully mixing the scares and stillness for a horror comedy that’s made-to-order for certain monster-loving 10-year-olds.
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Film Journal Sep 19
Metropolitan Theatres launches 'M Rewards' loyalty program
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Film Journal Sep 18
Maximizing ROI: The profits are in the details
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Film Journal Sep 18
From One to Eight: A 1920s Westchester playhouse transforms into a modern multiplex
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