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Everyone loves a feel-good movie based on a true story... the more outlandish the pretense, the better. And now that we are in the post-holiday movie doldrums, what sounds better than a feel-good budd…
You can never accuse Toni Collette of not bringing it to every performance. We learn in the opening scene of the 8-part true-crime drama The Staircase that Collette's Kathleen Peterson has been found …
Oh my god, Margaret, it's the film adaptation that we've been waiting generations for! This long-awaited first teaser of the long-awaited (over 50 years!) film adaptation of Judy Blume's iconic coming…
The movie-going year started with lots more staying-at-home. Another Covid variant raged through the winter months, and many film festivals had to pivot again to virtual screening options. The Oscars …
It doesn't bode well for Babylon that one of the earliest shots in the film is a "git on in there" view of an elephant explosively pooping right onto the camera lens. I guess that isn't much worse tha…
Finally we have a live-action teaser trailer of the upcoming Barbie movie starring the ubiquitous Margot Robbie. Crisply narrated by Helen Mirren, the trailer shows little girls playing with simple ba…
Writer/director Zach Braff's is back with another film of wistful melancholy... and that's not a bad thing! Especially when you have the wonderful pairing of Florence Pugh (who can do no wrong in my b…
I went in to Avatar: The Way of Water admittedly very cynical. Let's just put it this way: I kind of hated 2009's Avatar. I was annoyed by the silly, cartoony script. I was creeped out by the uncanny …
Before seeing All the Beauty and the Bloodshed, I was unfamiliar with photographer Nan Goldin's art but I had heard about her group's activism. In the last few years, as hundreds of thousands of Ameri…
Writer/director Ol Parker certainly knows his way around a breezy comedy with heart. Here at Moviepie, we've been big fans of his work from Imagine Me & You, to The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, to …
Ellis (Jeremy Pope), a sweet 20-something gay Black man with a dimpled smile, whiles away his days at an urban homeless shelter. While watching TV one evening, he sees images of post-9/11 troops in ba…
Even if some of the sequels were not so good, who doesn't love Harrison Ford as adventurer-archaeologist Indiana Jones? Though director James Mangold has already confirmed that Ford has been "de-aged"…