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Matias Bombal’s Hollywood

CAFE SOCIETY The MPAA has rated this PG-13 Woody Allen’s “Cafe Society” is released by Amazon Studios and Lionsgate and marks the first time that the master director has photographed a movie in digital format, a transition from using actual

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By Matias Bomal I Saw the Light  The MPAA has rated this R Sony Pictures Classics offers “I Saw the Light” a screen visualization of the life of singer-songwriter Hank Williams, who in his tragically short career, made an indelible

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New in theaters: The nation of Columbia’s Oscar submission “Embrace of the Serpent”

EMBRACE OF THE SERPENT This film has not been rated. Oscilloscope Laboratories has a studio logo not unlike like the classic Toho-Scope logo of the Golden Era. In glorious black and white, it sets the stage for remarkable cinematography to

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“Eddie the Eagle” The MPPA has rated this PG-13 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation offers “Eddie the Eagle”, a great, real-life human interest story that follows the life of a determined underachiever to reach the winter Olympic games in 1988.

Movie Review: SPECTRE

The MPAA has rated this PG-13 Sony, via the union of Columbia Pictures and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer give us “Spectre”. This is the 24th movie in the James Bond franchise of films, or 26th if you include “Casino Royale” and “Never Say

Movie Review: Pawn Sacrifice, The Intern, Hotel Transylvania 2

Pawn Sacrifice The MPAA has rated this PG-13 Bleeker Street Media offers “Pawn Sacrifice” in which one of the most colorful real-life figures in the history of the game of chess, Bobby Fischer, is portrayed in biographical form. He is

Movie Review: Everest

Everest Universal Pictures brings us to the top of “Everest” in 3-D IMAX movie presentation. The story is of a true disaster that befell several climbers of the formidable mountain in 1996, which has been chronicled in several books, including

Movie Review: The Man from U.N.C.L.E

The MPAA has rated this PG-13 Warner Bros. brings us a revamped 1960s TV classic ramped up to the speed of director Guy Ritchie’s style with “The Man From U.N.C.L.E.” If you’ve wondered what those letters stand for, they represent:

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SHAUN THE SHEEP The MPAA has rated this PG Lionsgate/StudioCanal/Aardman Animations bring us “Shaun the Sheep”, the adventures of a bold sheep that longs to break from the farm routine by taking a day off. In this age of computer

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Jake Gyllenhaal is down for the count until he meets Forest Whitaker in “Southpaw” SOUTHPAW The MPAA has rated this R The Weinstein Company throws another boxing movie into that cinema genre with “Southpaw”. Directed by Antoine Fuqua, it stars