Kyle Reardon's "Nowhere To Run" - A Communal Film.

Kyle Reardon's "Nowhere To Run" - A Communal Film.

Help Kickstart A Filmmaker's Dream. — Back in 2016 I wrote an article about the growth in popularity of crowdfunding and its benefits to film fans. It focussed on the forthcoming RoboDoc documentary, a project that means a lot to me personally as a massive fan of the original 1987 film that forms the basis of said documentary. That project was a huge success, so much so that the makers have now obtained so much footage that it's being released in two parts. Hold that thought whilst I now digress...

"The Circle" Review
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"The Circle" Review

"The Circle" is based on a 2013 novel by Dave Eggers, who also wrote A Hologram for the King, which was also made into a movie, released last year, and also starred Tom Hanks. Hanks' production company, PlayTone, is one of the seven it took to bring "The Circle" to the big screen. In most cases, that's not a good sign. And this is one of those cases, as "The Circle" is one of the most poorly-made and scatterbrained movies in recent years.

10 TV Series and Movies to Look Forward to This Season

10 TV Series and Movies to Look Forward to This Season

So it’s that time of the year and the internet is full of new trailers everywhere. Some great movies are coming out later this year and we are here with some information about the major releases that can be very helpful to you. So just take it easy, relax, and read on to find out more about what’s up in the world of movies and TV and which trailers are out and currently viewable and what to expect from them any way. These are just a few of the questions that we will be helping the answers to.

"Casting JonBenet" Review
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"Casting JonBenet" Review

"Casting JonBenet" is completely different than any of the TV documentaries, "48 Hours" or "Dateline" episodes that have been made dissecting the case of murdered 6-year-old JonBenet Ramsey over the past 20 years. 32-year-old Australian director Kitty Green, who admits she's been fascinated with the Ramsey story since it unfolded in '96, sought to examine the events and the phenomenon, with a bold, new approach.

Kevin Feige talks about how closely Infinity War follows Infinity Gauntlet

Kevin Feige talks about how closely Infinity War follows Infinity Gauntlet

If it's one thing that the MCU has taught us, it's that the source material sometimes gets lost when adapting to the big screen. — With a massage movie such as the Infinity Wars, it's believed that Marvel will borrow some aspects of the Infinity Gauntlet and morph it into their own unique take. Many questions still linger in the air about these two films. Not even the main titles for Part one and two have been released. Collider recently caught up Keven Feige to discuss how closely the film will follow the comic book.

Lucasfilm is Planning Future 'Star Wars' Spinoffs

Lucasfilm is Planning Future 'Star Wars' Spinoffs

Lucasfilm is getting serious about more Star Wars spinoffs. They are planning on having many meetings throughout the year to discuss possible spinoffs. Rogue One was a huge gamble and it paid off significantly. Rogue One had critical success and made over $1 billion at the box office. Next year's Han Solo film will be a even bigger test for the studio.

'Avatar' Sequels Release Dates Are Set

'Avatar' Sequels Release Dates Are Set

Well, finally James Cameron and Fox have set the release dates for the four Avatar sequels. — Avatar 2 will kick it off December 18, 2020. Avatar 3 will open December 17, 2021. Followed by a strange and unnecessary three year break. Avatar 4 is set for December 20, 2024. The (for now) finale to the series Avatar 5 will then open December 19, 2025.

"Free Fire" Review
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"Free Fire" Review

Martin Scorsese is a producer on the indie action film, "Free Fire". His “Wolf of Wall Street” currently holds the record for most f-bombs in a mainstream movie, with more than 500. “Free Fire” certainly gives “Wolf” a run for its money in that category - and at only half the running time.

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