Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall reunite for "Coming to America 2"

Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall reunite for "Coming to America 2"

Ruth E. Carter is one of many reasons why we're excited about Paramount’s Coming 2 America. — As pre-production continues to forge ahead on Craig Brewer's "Coming to America" sequel, two of the film's returning stars - Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall - stopped by Ruth E. Carter's studio for a preliminary costume fitting. Which, for all intents and purposes, means the entire cast of Murphy’s long-awaited sequel are going to look amazing.

'Hotel Mumbai' review
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'Hotel Mumbai' review

If I had bet the house on the most upsetting thing in a film about the Mumbai terror attack in India being the atrocities depicted, I would be homeless. 'Hotel Mumbai' packs a harrowing punch, strong enough to engage emotions in the manner Paul Greengrass does as he recounts the mass murder committed by Anders Behring Breivik in ‘22 July’. But distasteful garnishes of levity sour a reflection on a bleak moment in recent history.

'Hellboy' Review
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'Hellboy' Review

I’ve been to “Hellboy” and back — to let you know that this reboot is one of the worst films of 2019. — Guillermo del Toro’s 2004 and 2008 “Hellboy” movies were beloved by critics and fans. But two minutes into director Neil Marshall’s take the Dark Horse comic, you’ll realize it’s your money that you just burned.

First Look at Sony's 'Charlie's Angels' Starring Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott, and Ella Balinska

First Look at Sony's 'Charlie's Angels' Starring Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott, and Ella Balinska

The Townsend Agency’s elite all-women crime-fighting team looks locked and loaded. — Long before the introduction of extended universe’s and the modern-day superhero, American television audiences were introduced to Charlie’s Angels; a brand of everyday ‘superhero’ following a trio of intelligent and strong-minded private investigators who proved to carry American television audiences into a territory never seen before.

'Us' review
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'Us' review

The idea of rapper M.anifest’s record ‘Invisible’ was front and centre in my mind as the thesis of Jordan Peele’s stunning sophomore effort, ‘Us’ was rather bizarrely laid before us. I had just been put on to M.anifest’s song a few days prior, in which he reflects on the repressed of the social strata. Peele is very much concerned with the Invisibles of society, to chillingly violent effect, in a bloodthirsty satire that is more politically charged than most expected.

'Shazam!' Review
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'Shazam!' Review

I’ll begin my “Shazam!” review the same way I began my “Aquaman” review just three months ago: With the exception of “Wonder Woman”, DC continues to be unable to do the superhero genre “justice”. This time, however, they’ve taken things up a notch. Not only is “Shazam!” poorly made on a number of levels—it’s also highly deceptive.

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