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‘Once Upon A Time’ S5: E20 ‘Firebird’ Preview

April 29th, 2016

Netflix Officially Gives the Punisher His Own Show

April 29th, 2016

Tye Sheridan Extends ‘X-Men’ Contract

April 29th, 2016

Stephen Merchant Joins ‘Wolverine 3’

April 29th, 2016

Robert Downey Jr Claims to Have One More "Iron Man" Film In Him

April 29th, 2016

Alicia Vikander Becomes the New Lara Croft

April 29th, 2016
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‘The 100’ S3: E13 ‘Join or Die’ Review

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Clarke (Eliza Taylor) and company go on the hunt for the mysterious Luna, but face an unexpected roadblock again after the interruption they had last week.

Mads Mikkelsen Spoils Identity Of "Rogue One" Character

April 29th, 2016
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Review: '3rd Street Blackout'

2.5

Pulling double duty (acting, directing) on a motion picture takes a special type of talent. Even more impressive are those artists responsible for the creative triad of a film (acting, writing, directing). In the case of the indie comedy, 3rd Street Blackout, two such artists pull off the feat.

Photo Credit: Yari Film Group

Review: 'Papa: Hemingway in Cuba'

2.5

For over 50 years, American movies about and involving Cuba used locations either within the U.S. or in another country to double as the communist nation. But, relations between the two countries improved recently and for the first time since the culmination of the Fidel Castro-led revolution in 1959, a Hollywood film was shot on Cuban soil.

Fittingly that film, Papa: Hemingway in Cuba, takes place during said revolution. Unfortunately, the historical significance of its production is the only reason worth watching the movie.