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Canadian Swimmer's Video Goes Viral... But Not for his Diving

Feds Tell Alfonso Ribeiro He Can't Copyright 'Carlton' Moves

Since being posted earlier this month a video of Canadian swimmer has gone viral with nearly 1,000,000 views on YouTube. But it is not because of his diving prowess

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'Alita' Leads A Slow Presidents Day Box Office Weekend

'Alita' Leads A Slow Presidents Day Box Office Weekend

By Lindsey Bahr | Feb 17
The sci-fi fantasy "Alita: Battle Angel" has topped the charts in its first weekend in theaters, but it is leading one of the slowest Presidents Day weekends at the box office in years and has a ways to go to make up its costly production budget.

Women Filmmakers Have Record Showing At Berlin Film Festival

Women Filmmakers Have Record Showing At Berlin Film Festival

By Louise Dixon | Feb 16
The voice of the female filmmaker was louder than ever at this year's Berlin Film Festival, with seven out of the 16 films in the competition section helmed by women, and female directors from all corners of the globe featured prominently.

Academy Reverses Plans, Will Air All Awards Live At Oscars

Academy Reverses Plans, Will Air All Awards Live At Oscars

By Jake Coyle | Feb 16
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences on Friday reversed its decision to present four awards during the commercial breaks of this year's Oscar broadcast.

Watch: Trailer for Anne Hathaway-Starring 'The Hustle' Drops

Watch: Trailer for Anne Hathaway-Starring 'The Hustle' Drops

Feb 16
Anne Hathaway - recipient of the Human Rights Campaign's "National Ally for Equality" award - co-stars with Rebel Woilsonin the MGM movie "The Hustle." Check out the new trailer!

 Review :: Never Look Away

Review :: Never Look Away

By Kilian Melloy | Feb 15
Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck — the director of "The Lives of Others" and "The Tourist" — has created yet another film that will surely be remembered. Exactly how one will remember it... well, that's a matter of interpretation.

 Review :: Bohemian Rhapsody

Review :: Bohemian Rhapsody

By Derek Deskins | Feb 15
"Bohemian Rhapsody" is nearly parodic in its adherence to the music biopic structure. It is a poorly assembled nostalgic ploy of a movie that attempts to tricks you into enjoying it based purely on the allure of Queen's music.

 Review :: Donnybrook

Review :: Donnybrook

By Kilian Melloy | Feb 15
This film has a horrific pull about it: The fascination of watching incredibly vicious people do ever-more repugnant things. Most of those things don't make much sense, but the cast allow the movie to succeed.

 Review :: 2019 Oscar Nominated Shorts - Documentary

Review :: 2019 Oscar Nominated Shorts - Documentary

By Greg Vellante | Feb 15
Death, racism, Nazis, refugees, and menstruation are the subjects of this year's powerful and fascinating Oscar Nominated Documentary Shorts.

 Review :: Sorry Angel

Review :: Sorry Angel

By Kilian Melloy | Feb 15
Christophe Honoré ("Man at Bath") writes and directs this stylish film, which has shades of films like "Longtime Companion" and "Buddies," but also marks out its own distinctive territory.

 Review :: The Last Resort

Review :: The Last Resort

By Roger Walker-Dack | Feb 15
A wonderful doc on Andy Sweet's captivating photographs of Miami Beach before even the gays found it.

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