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Teen Titans will fight Teen Titans Go! next year

Growing up in the early 2000's, Teen Titans was my jam. I distinctly remember watching it on Toonami on Saturday nights right alongside classics like Yu Yu Hakusho and Megas XLR. The action, plotlines, and comedy w...

 
 
 
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HBO provides its first look at the upcoming Watchmen series

There's no denying the greatness of Alan Moore's Watchmen. The 1987 story took a dark look at the superhero realm, filled it with riotous prerogatives and semi-retired heroes forced into a choice of underground vigilante or common civilian ...

 
 
 
 
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Everything from NYCC, cosplay, and Bowsette

After a few days of recovery, it's time to wrap up our coverage of New York Comic-Con. Between all of the running around most of us did from the Javitz Center to Madison Square Garden for the big panels, the Flixist crew is pretty damned ti...

 
 
 
 
 
 
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NYCC: She-Ra mixes Lord of the Rings with Steven Universe

Looking back at most of the best kids shows from the 80's, I think it's safe to say that people don't remember them for their in-depth stories. They had eye-catching premises and some enjoyable characters (looking at you Starscream), ...

 
 
 
 
 
 
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Mid90s proves skating is good for the soul

In its history, skateboarding has had a roller coaster ride with peaks of cultural acceptance and valleys of You'll Never Amount To Anything speeches. The latter is the setting for Mid90s, Jonah Hill's highly touted film about a young teen...

 
 
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See an empty locker room in this Space Jam 2 teaser!

Growing up in the late 90's, I loved Space Jam. I remember watching that movie every single week with my friends and loving it from beginning to end. I wasn't even a fan of basketball but I just loved watching the Looney Toons be themselves...

 
 
 
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LeBron James and Ben Simmons join forces for new comedy

Fresh off his first full season that included a playoff series win and the Rookie of the Year award, Ben Simmons is already following his mentor's footsteps and dipping his toes into the entertainment industry. It's been announced that NBC ...

 
 
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Breaking down the new Always Sunny trailer

It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia is coming back to the small screen for its thirteenth (13th!) season next week, and FX just dropped a new trailer teasing the gang’s upcoming antics. There’s a lot going on in this trailer, so b...

 
 
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Alaska is forever brutal in the Hold the Dark trailer

There's such a thing as wolf experts, go ask Jeremy Renner (Wind River) and Liam Neeson (The Grey). Add Jeffrey Wright as the newest member of the group. In Hold the Dark, after three deaths and a missing six-year-old, the boy's mother enl...

 
 
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First Trailer for Green Book is out

There have only been a handful of thoughtful dramas in 2018 so far. This genre, once home to countless Oscar-bait films, has downsized significantly in recent years as audiences change. However, Green Book's first trailer shows that, at lea...

 
 
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Tom Hardy's face is freed for his Al Capone movie

Tom Hardy isn't shy about taking on challenging projects (especially if said projects require a contraption over his face), and he has potentially one of his toughest currently in the works. Director Josh Trank released a photo of Hardy as ...

 
 
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LeBron James lands new docu-series with Showtime

LeBron James is a generational talent, one that portends heated Twitter debates revolving around The Greatest of All Time. There's no denying his skill and talent, and he's been consistently great since the early stages of his career. Now a...

 
 
 
 
 
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Shazam! has me excited about DC movies again

It's no secret the output of the DC Extended Universe has been less than exemplary. Yes, the movies have all made money, but only Wonder Woman has established itself as a box-office, fan, and critical darling. After the disaster that was Ju...

 
 
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Peek behind Freddy Mercury's curtain a new biopic trailer

Bohemian (noun): a person who has informal and unconventional social habits, especially an artist or writer. If ever a word could transition from page and ink to bone and flesh, the above would become Freddy Mercury. The Queen singer ...

 
 
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John Cho becomes Detective Dad in Searching trailer

David Kim's daughter is missing and this is an issue for him, as it probably would be with most parents. After Margot fails to return from her study group, Kim (John Cho) has his worst fatherly fears come to life. Where did she go? Was she...

 
 
 
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Oscar Isaac hunts down one of WWII's biggest criminals

Fifteen years after the Second World War, a covert operation was put into action to take down Adolf Eichmann. A lieutenant-colonel in the Nazi regime and a significant player behind the organization of the Holocaust, Eichmann helped turned...

 
 
 
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Cinema's greatest tandem is coming back for another film

It's been 17 years since Jay and Silent Bob had their feature film in Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, and now they'll be back for round two. During a Q&A, Kevin Smith announced the return of the dynamic duo in a film to be titled Jay &a...

 
 
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Guy Ritchie is going back to his English roots

Fans of Guy Ritchie's early works, rejoice. The acclaimed director is taking things back to the gritty streets of Jolly Ol' in Toff Guys, a movie centered around a druglord and fast-talking Brits set to be shown at the upcoming Cannes Film ...

 
 
 
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Review: The History of Future Folk

The History of Future Folk is about the origins of the universe's only alien bluegrass folk duo, and how they discovered and fell in love with Earth's music. It's charming, adventurous, and a ton of fun. I mean when's the last time you saw ...

 
 
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Gosling & others grace The Place Beyond the Pines poster

From the director of the well-received Blue Valentine is coming another movie staring Ryan Gosling titled The Place Beyond the Pines. The first theatrical poster for the movie has been released online and features the film's three main char...

 
 




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Hello! I just picked up Demon Sword on Blue Ray and I cannot wait to watch it!

 
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Hey! So my friend is part of this TV Pilot: Dirty Laundry You should check it out!

 
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Deepwater Horizon was really good! I would probably rate it as my favorite movie this

 
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Oh so theres already a narrative in the making that anyone who dislikes Spiderman Homecoming is merely Racist because of Black Does that mean I can call anyone who disliked Suicide Squad racist now?

 
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My team that I organized and directed won best story in the IFP Phoenix 48 hour short challenge!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)

 
 

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