Crime

The Many Saints of Newark

The Many Saints of Newark Starring Alessandro Nivola, Leslie Odom Jr., Jon Bernthal, Corey Stoll, Michael Gandolfini, Ray Liotta, Vera Farmiga, Billy Magnussen, Michela De Rossi, John Magaro, Samson Moeakiola, Alexandra Intrator, Joey Diaz, Nick Vallelonga, Daryl Edwards, Gabriella Piazza, Chase Vacnin, Lesli Margherita, Mattea Conforti and the voice […]

The Many Saints of Newark (A PopEntertainment.com Movie Review)
Drama

La Brea

2021  Eoin Macken  Natalie zea Zyra Gorecki  Nicholas Gonzalez  rohan mirchandaney  jack martin  john seda  chikè okonkwo For those looking to get, or for the next Lost…I think we’ve found it. It has the Feel of lost… And the logo reminds me of stranger things upside down . While the ‘above’ world tries to figure out […]

La Brea
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DUNE 2021

When asked by a friend to summarize with just one word my reactions to the newest Dune screen incarnation, I replied “Finally!”, because that’s how I felt once the movie was over: finally, Frank Herbert’s work has been translated on the big screen with as much accuracy in respect of the original material as the […]

DUNE 2021 – Part One: movie review

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Chaos Walking (2021) Review

In a dystopian future 2258 planet New World might not always be as simple as it seems when a crashed ship with a woman onboard creates chaos for the only men left in the population. ⭐️ A dystopian New World which is all men and they have a new condition which is called the Noise, […]

Chaos Walking (2021) Review
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‘The Sandman’

DC has offered up a new look at their upcoming Netflix adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman. The new image has revealed the first look at actress Gwendoline Christie as Lucifer. Created by Neil Gaiman, Sam Keith, and Mike Dringenberg, Lucifer debuted in 1989’s The Sandman #4. An adaptation of the biblical Lucifer, the character played an […]

‘The Sandman’: First Look At Gwendoline Christie As Lucifer Revealed
Crime

Marathon Man

As I continue revisiting my favorite movies of the past, the next one up is Marathon Man, from 1976. This isn’t one of the small number of films that I’ve seen countless times, but I have seen it several times. I’d guess this most recent time was the fourth or fifth time I’ve watched it […]

Marathon Man
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Review: “The Last Duel”

The myth of noble knights, regal ladies, and majestic, sprawling kingdoms is one that is often romanticized, both in fantasy and in stories based in reality. So far this year, we’ve already had one film, David Lowery’s “The Green Knight”— an adaptation of an Arthurian legend— challenge the notion of the courageous knight on a […]

Review: “The Last Duel”
Festivals&Academy

Minari (2021)

A24 never disappoints. The legendary indie company (which was behind the likes of Moonlight, Ex Machina, Room, and Hereditary) has produced another vibrant film. To be fair, Minari will not be everyone’s cup of tea. It is slow. It is gentle. It isn’t entertaining either. But make no mistake: this film is high art. It is […]

Minari (2021)
Comedy

Three Floors

One building in Rome, 3 apartments, 3 families each with their own stories. Yet their stories are about to collide, quite literally in the beginning, and then figuratively though no less forcefully after that. The entitled son of two upright judges swerves the car he’s driving drunkenly in order to avoid hitting his pregnant neighbour […]

Three Floors
Drama

“The Forgotten Battle”

“The Forgotten Battle” is about a postscript to Operation Market Garden, that late World War II gamble by the Allies to free Arnhem, liberate the Netherlands and shorten the war. That’s not “forgotten.” There was a movie about that debacle, “A Bridge Too Far,” that still turns up on grandpa’s favorite cable movie channels. This […]

Netflixable? Dutch, Germans, Brits and Canadians live through “The Forgotten Battle”
Drama

Ali & Ava

Ali (Adeel Akhtar) smiles his way through a troubled marriage. With good humour and loud music, he focuses on doing for others, including his tenants, with whom he has a remarkably amicable relationship. In fact, he’s picking up one of his tenants’ kids from from school when he meets Ava, an Irish teacher at the […]

Ali & Ava
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Squid Game (2021)

Squid Game is a highly bingeable nine-episode show that can be described as a variation of the Hunger Games series (albeit better, less generic, and even more brutal). It is a dystopian flick that nobody wanted until everybody did—with this ruthless South Korean hit trending as #1 on Netflix. I can’t say that it is […]

Squid Game (2021)
Biography

Screen Screams: ‘The Devils’

It’s that time of the year again. The month of October is upon us. So to celebrate, we at Full Circle Cinema put together another curated, month-long series with Screen Screams. This year, we will be checking our clocks as we wait in anticipation for the forbidden delight we call “the midnight movie”. And with […]

Screen Screams: ‘The Devils’ Review

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No Time to Die

No Time to Die is the 25th Bond movie and Daniel Craig’s final film as the suave superspy. Craig’s films started in 2006 with Casino Royal and the seeds planted in that film grew over Bond’s next three films and are at the center of his emotional/internal conflict in No Time to Die. The film […]

Review: No Time to Die
Biography

Nashville Film Festival 2021: “Spencer”

Photo by Pablo Larraín ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Rating: 5 out of 5. Everyone wants to be wealthy, live in a palace and be part of a royal family. Indeed, there’s financial independence but it’s the freedom that is often lost. Because every move of the royal family members will be under scrutiny, highly publicized and photographed by […]

Nashville Film Festival 2021: “Spencer”

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