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'It: Chapter Two' Review
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'It: Chapter Two' Review

IT’s only been two years (though it feels longer) since the first half of the latest take on Stephen King’s “It” was released. “It Chapter Two” shifts the story ahead 27 years. King and returning director Andy Muschietti certainly aren’t clowning around when it comes to the time jump.

Pelican Blood (TIFF review)
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Pelican Blood (TIFF review)

Nina Hoss carries this German film about a mother’s unconditional love for her non-biological daughter. — Wiebke (Nina Hoss) has a good life as a single mother of Nicolina. She spends her days training police horses, and she's good at it, taming even the most difficult animals.

Terrence Malick shines his bright light on WWII in ‘A Hidden Life’ (TIFF review)
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Terrence Malick shines his bright light on WWII in ‘A Hidden Life’ (TIFF review)

Director Terrence Malick is back to form in his new stunning WWII drama ‘A Hidden Life’. — Appreciation of ‘The Thin Red Line’ (1998) director Terrence Malick has been spotty over the past few years. You could consider ‘The Tree of Life’ (2011) with Brad Pitt his last acclaimed work, not considering the documentary style ‘Voyage of Time: Life's Journey’ (2016) — which, to be honest, got some mixed reviews as well.

Trailer: Michael B. Jordan and Jamie Foxx fight social injustice in 'JUST MERCY'

Trailer: Michael B. Jordan and Jamie Foxx fight social injustice in 'JUST MERCY'

Can you smell what the Oscars are cooking? — The first trailer for Warner Bros. JUST MERCY arrives just days ahead of its world premiere at Toronto International Film Festival. And as you would expect, the first look hits all the emotional beats that an Oscar hopeful is want to do, underscored by America’s longstanding history of racial and social discrimination through the eyes of two black men.

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