Tag: Idris Elba

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TIFF 2020 – Concrete Cowboy Review

 |  Shakyl Lambert
With solid performances across the whole cast, Concrete Cowboy is a grounded, authentic tribute to a subculture wrongfully ignored by history.
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Molly’s Game (2017) Review

 |  Chris Carter
It’s taken me a little while to come around to Aaron Sorkin. His fast-paced, sometimes cartoonish characterizations are hit or miss, especially when he doesn’t have existing source material to ground him. But after years of putting in work, he’s finally been given his directorial debut in Molly’s Game, and I don’t think there’s a […]
The Dark Tower (2017) Review

The Dark Tower (2017) Review

 |  Phil Brown
The best thing about the long delayed blockbuster adaptation of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower is that it’s a trim 85 minutes long.
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First On-Set Images Of Idris Elba As The Gunslinger Revealed

 |  Jesse Lyle
Ever since news first broke of a movie adaptation for Stephen King’s legendary Dark Tower series, fans and curious people alike have been itching for any bit of news about the film they can get their hands on.
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The Jungle Book (2016) Review

 |  Phil Brown
Disney’s massive blockbuster reboot of The Jungle Book really shouldn’t have worked. After all, their recent attempts to remake animated classics in live action have been tiresome at best, and they already did a live action Jungle Book reboot in the 90’s that was so disappointing you didn’t even remember it until I mentioned it. […]
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Zootopia (2016) Review

 |  Phil Brown
Here’s something unsurprising: Disney has made a new animated film starring talking animals about the importance of acceptance. Now, here’s something surprising: that movie is actually quite funny, creative, and treats the subject matter with moral complexity. It would have been so easy for Zootopia to fall into variety of formulaic traps and feel like […]

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