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A Talk with a Busy William Shatner

Try Some TriBeCa - What to See at This Year's Film Festival

By Will Demers |
William Shatner, the original Captain Kirk from "Star Trek," talks to EDGE about his current tour with the film "Star Trek II: the Wrath of Khan," currently tou...

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 Review :: I Feel Pretty

Review :: I Feel Pretty

By Robert Nesti | Apr 20
For the film to work as commentary it needs more than Amy Schumer being, well, the push-the-envelope Amy Schumer; instead there's lazy filmmaking that simply panders to her surprisingly tame, newly found Hollywood persona.

 Review :: Super Troopers 2

Review :: Super Troopers 2

By Greg Vellante | Apr 20
90 whole minutes of unfunny things.

 Review :: The Devil And Father Amorth

Review :: The Devil And Father Amorth

By Kevin Taft | Apr 20
Friedkin doesn't convince us of much with a swift and messy documentary that shows us a real-life exorcism but fails to make us believe.

 Review :: Ghost Stories

Review :: Ghost Stories

By Kevin Taft | Apr 20
This movie will have you biting your nails. Just don't expect it to make a lot of sense.

'Kingsman' Star Taron Egerton to Play Elton John in 'Rocketman' Biopic

'Kingsman' Star Taron Egerton to Play Elton John in 'Rocketman' Biopic

Apr 20
British actor Taron Egerton, known for his lead role in the "Kingsman" film series, will play Elton John in an upcoming biopic about the iconic singer called "Rocketman."

Frameline42 Reveals First 10 Films: Brimming With Stars, Icons, and Fresh Queer Stories

Frameline42 Reveals First 10 Films: Brimming With Stars, Icons, and Fresh Queer Stories

Apr 20
Frameline, the world's longest-running and largest showcase of queer media, is pleased to announce its first slate of high-profile programs and pre-sales.

Previously Persona Non Grata, Cannes Welcomes Back Von Trier

Previously Persona Non Grata, Cannes Welcomes Back Von Trier

By Jake Coyle | Apr 19
Seven years after being banned by the Cannes Film Festival for jokingly calling himself a Nazi, Danish director Lars von Trier has been invited back to the French festival.

Tribeca Opens with 'Gilda,' and De Niro Comes Out Swinging

Tribeca Opens with 'Gilda,' and De Niro Comes Out Swinging

By Jake Coyle | Apr 19
The 17th annual Tribeca Film Festival opened Wednesday with pugnacious political words from Robert De Niro and the tender opening-night premiere, "Love, Gilda," a celebration of the beloved comedian and former "Saturday Night Live" star Gilda Radner.

 Review :: Knowing

Review :: Knowing

By Greg Vellante | Apr 18
The Nicolas Cage-starring apocalyptic thriller gets re-released on 4K Ultra HD.

 Review :: The Fencer

Review :: The Fencer

By Michael Cox | Apr 18
Finland's official selection for the 2016 Academy Awards is the kind of inspirational sports movie that warms your heart and gives you hope in humanity.

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