Call me by your name chosen best picture by L.A. Film Critics

The Los Angeles Film Critics Association has named the gay-themed indy film Call Me by Your Name as best picture.

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I, Tonya Brings the wacky tale of Figure Skater Tonya Harding to the big screen

I, Tonya, the biopic black comedy directed by Craig Gillespie from a screenplay by Steven Rogers tells a tale belying anything that could be based on a true story.

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James Franco takes a surprising directing turn in The Disaster Artist

The Disaster Artist. How to describe this one. One part drama, one part biopic and all parts comedy.

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the shape of water: fantasy and romance with a musical touch from Guillermo del Toro

Call it a romantic musical wrapped in a fantasy.

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Merger Mania: Regal in talks with British firm Cineworld

Variety is reporting that the British theater group Cineworld is in discussions with Regal Entertainment Group to acquire the Knoxville, Tennessee-based company.

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National board of review picks The Post Year’s best film

The National Board of Review, traditionally the first organization to present year-ending honors on films, filmmaking, screenwriting and acting, has named the Steven Spielberg-dire

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Call me by your name: A young man’s sexual awakening in a sun-kissed Italian Summer

Set in Italy in the summer of 1983, Call Me By Your Name presents a coming-of-age tale of burgeoning love between two young men, one of them a 17-year-old Italian-American teen, th

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Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill navigates a brooding Darkest Hour

Darkest Hour begins during the early days of Winston Churchill’s ascension to power in Britain at a time when war has broken out on the continent, and Hitler seems intent on

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The Star assembles an all-star cast IN ANIMIATED greatest story ever told for christmas

A star-studded menagerie, the original Christmas story, and animation combine to create Sony Pictures’ The Star.

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mudbound takes moviegoers to the mississippi delta in a powerful story from director dee rees

It started as a an award-winning novel published in 2008 written by first-time author Hillary Jordan.

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