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Posts Tagged ‘Warner Bros’

16 Feb. 2017

Teachers face off in FIST FIGHT


While many students have brawled and scrapped on the schoolyard, the notion of teachers in classic fisticuffs fashion is now a motion picture. FIST FIGHT, starring Ice Cube (Straight Outta Compton, Are We There Yet?, Ride Along, Friday), Charlie Day (Pacific Rim, Horrible Bosses), Tracy Morgan (Top Five, Cop Out), Jillian Bell (22 Jump Street, […]

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19 Aug. 2016

WAR DOGS unleashed, nonstop dramatic comedy


Jonah Hill (21 Jump Street, Django Unchained, The Lego Movie, Superbad) has swagger—at least his character does in the new film, WAR DOGS. Hill, cast as Efraim Diveroli, a somewhat underground, military arms trader gives new meaning to brash, and does so, with his trademark intrinsic humor. As the story goes, a list of military […]

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27 Jun. 2016

Superstar Djimon Hounsou says this TARZAN is relatable


The continent of Africa is a transcendent land. As magnificent as its topography, is its legendary fables—some steeped in fact, some in fiction. So is the case of Tarzan–the transfigurative jungle hero whose ability to run with lions, tigers and bears is equaled only by a ferocious love for fair maiden, Jane. His beast mode […]

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16 Jun. 2016

Smart comedy, CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE


We’ve seen the archetype in times past and it still works. Fast-talking funny guy paired with straight-faced wing man–take on bullies’ and bad guys–together making everything all right. With a slight variation on a proven blueprint, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Kevin “funny as ever” Hart bring their dynamic forces to CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE, a buddy […]

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16 May. 2016

“The Nice Guys” movie, blast from the past


“The Nice Guys” takes place in 1970s Los Angeles, when down-on-his-luck private eye Holland March (Ryan Gosling) and hired enforcer Jackson Healy (Russell Crowe) must work together to solve the case of a missing girl and the seemingly unrelated death of a porn star. During their investigation, they uncover a shocking conspiracy that reaches up […]

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12 Apr. 2016

The More the Merrier, film’s director talks Barbershop 3


Malcolm D. Lee says he loves directing an ensemble. Evident by example, Lee has successfully helmed a number of endearing films, among them: The Best Man, its sequel, The Best Man Holiday, Undercover Brother, Scary Movie 5 and Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins. Moreover, a number of today’s celebrated filmmakers came together to work on the […]

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12 Apr. 2016

Barbershop, the three-peat


The gang reunites for a third time at Calvin’s famed Chicago barbershop and the next haircut is the least of it. Ice Cube (Calvin) returns along with Cedric the Entertainer (Eddie) to trim edges, sweep up mess and solve the neighborhood problems as best they know how. There are also a few new faces on […]

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24 Mar. 2016

Epic battle!


If you’ve been holding your breath, counting down the days until Batman and Superman face off in the epic battle of all times, the time has come. Everyone is weighing in on who will defeat whom; who between the two has is the strongest; who is most feared and beloved; who will be the victor? […]

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12 Feb. 2016

Damon Wayans Jr in HOW TO BE SINGLE


  If you are a fan of relationship comedies such as THE BREAKUP, HE’S JUST NOT THAT INTO YOU, THE DILEMMA and others where the blurred lines of romantic involvements are the stuff good films are made of, then this one’s right up there.  HOW TO BE SINGLE takes a comedic look at the ups […]

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22 Nov. 2015

CREED, passionate, tough love story


Ryan Coogler amassed numerous awards, nominations and critical acclaim for his first feature film, FRUITVALE STATION (2013), the story of Oscar Grant, a young unarmed father, killed by a transit police officer.  The incident generated worldwide attention–Coogler along with FRUITVALE’s leading man, Michael B. Jordan, the same. Round two, the dynamic duo strike again with […]

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