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Movie Review: Antoine Fuqua’s ‘Southpaw’ Starring Jake Gyllenhaal

Jake Gyllenhaal displays a mountain of muscle in Antoine Fuqua's 'Southpaw.'

Another startling physical transformation from star Jake Gyllenhaal is not enough to save this risibly clichéd slugfest. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘On Beauty’ – A Documentary Short

Jayne Waithera, 'On Beauty,' Positive Exposure, Joanna Rudnick

What is beauty? What fashion magazines and the media presents? Is there room for individuality or must we all fit the conventional image of beauty we see plastered everywhere? Conventional beauty images by their very nature are discriminatory. Is that such a bad thing? Read More »

Previewing San Antonio Film Festival 2015: Director David Zucker, Actor Sean Young, Stuntman Corey Eubanks and More

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Writer/director David Zucker, actor Sean Young and stuntman Corey Eubanks are scheduled to appear at the 21st edition of the ever-expanding San Antonio, Texas Film Festival. Read More »

2015 Comic-Con International Report – Part One

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From Kirk to Kung Fu Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Kung Fu Killer’ Starring Donnie Yen

Kung Fu Killer, Teddy Chan, Donnie Yen, Charlie Young, Wang Baoqiang

"Kung Fu Killer" is a good time to be had by anyone who picks up a copy. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Batman vs. Robin’

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'Batman vs. Robin' pits Batman against a new secret society and his own sidekick. Read More »

Working With What I’ve Got: Amy Schumer on Playing the System

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One way to address sexism in the entertainment industry is clearly to engage with the sexual politics of the prevailing culture, and right now no one does that better than Amy Schumer. Read More »

Anthem FilmFest: Top 10 Libertarian Films Rock with Jennifer Lawrence, Scarlett Johansson and Natalie Portman

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“When I grow up, I want to be Dr. Manhattan," was one of the responses Anthem Film Festival organizer Jo Ann Skousen received during the “Top 10 Films Every Libertarian Should Know” panel. Sometimes you get more than you ask for. After the audience joined the panel in suggesting films, well, there were a lot more than 10. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Minions’ – You Had Me at Bello

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The Minions are why children have to see this film, and it becomes a sort of communal experience when every kid is trying to see who can laugh the loudest during the movie. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘The Stanford Prison Experiment’ With Billy Crudup and Ezra Miller

Billy Crudup, 'The Stanford Prison Experiment'

What would you do if you were given authority over others and no one was monitoring your actions? Would you apply the golden rule? Of course you would, unless you had a hidden axe to grind and more power than you ever imagined you could have. Such is the case when a simulated prison experiment becomes a runaway train and no one seems to be at the controls which happened at Stanford University in 1971. Read More »