6 points about Doctor Strange
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6 points about Doctor Strange

Six points about: Doctor strange — The newest movie in the renowned and acclaimed Marvel cinematic universe is Doctor Strange. An origin story about a brash and arrogant man who has many riches, due to his brilliance in his field of work, but goes on a revealing journey to an abnormal land in which he discovers how to be a superhero. Damn this movie is similar to Iron man. If it isn’t broke then don’t fix it I guess. Anyway, here is six points about Doctor Strange.

"A Monster Calls" Review
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"A Monster Calls" Review

"A Monster Calls" is one of the most inventive and emotionally raw movies of the year. Just as director J.A. Bayona found bright young talent in Tom Holland (the new Spider-Man) for 2012's "The Impossible" - he's found another new star in 14-year-old, Lewis MacDougall. He plays Conor O'Malley, a boy living in England with his mother (Felicity Jones), who has cancer. She doesn't want him to know exactly how sick she is, but a visit from Grandma (Sigourney Weaver) makes her failing condition evident. Conor and his Grandma don't get along, and the tension of the circumstances adds to their mutual frustration.

Hulu Acquires Streaming Rights to Louis C.K.'s 'Horace and Pete'
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Hulu Acquires Streaming Rights to Louis C.K.'s 'Horace and Pete'

Louis C.K.'s Horace and Pete is headed to Hulu as the streaming service acquires exclusive rights to the Emmy award-nominated series. — The dramedy launched on Louis C.K.'s site, and the creator acknowledged that financially the series was a massive loser. Previously, he'd said "I'll sell it to another outlet - of course I will, down the road." As of today all ten episodes are streaming on the digital network.

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