Fall Movie Guide: 35 Superhero, Scifi, and Fantasy Movies to Look Out For – Gizmodo

The movies coming out this fall are almost unbelievable. It’s not just the usual mix of awards movies looking towards the Oscars, or the glut of horror movies for Halloween, or even those the normal holiday blockbusters. This season, we’re getting a bunch of movies fans never thought they’d see. We’re getting a Blade Runner …

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The Shape of Water review – Guillermo del Toro's fantasy has monster-sized heart – The Guardian

[unable to retrieve full-text content] The Guardian The Shape of Water review – Guillermo del Toro's fantasy has monster-sized heartThe GuardianGuillermo del Toro's new film is a ravishing 60s-set romance, sweet, sad and sexy. It's about two lonely hearts who like to meet up during lunch break at work, passing food back and forth and …

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Richard Gere birthday special: Ten romantic films to binge on, in the name of love – The Indian Express

Written by Komal RJ Panchal | Mumbai | Published:August 31, 2017 8:17 am Happy Birthday Richard Gere: The actor is a committed father and a devout Buddhist.  Richard Gere, the quintessential stud-turned-humanitarian has spent a lifetime in Hollywood, yet never won an Oscar. While he has been voted the sexiest man alive, Gere is also …

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Anime classic 'Marmalade Boy' to become live-action movie – Japan … – Japan Today

Many of the influential hits that helped anime fandom grow internationally had some sort of supernatural, science fiction, or fantasy element as their hook. “Dragon Ball Z” featured super-powered martial artists, “Sailor Moon” was centered on a team of magical girls, and “Evangelion” had giant robots fighting giant monsters. But “Marmalade Boy,” a low-key 1990s darling of anime romance fans, didn’t need to rely …

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Is the big-hearted Spielbergian sci-fi of Close Encounters dead? – The Guardian

[unable to retrieve full-text content] The Guardian Is the big-hearted Spielbergian sci–fi of Close Encounters dead?The GuardianWatching the film in today's political climate of fear and distrust in one's fellow man – let alone technologically superior beings from the cosmos – it is impossible not to note the glorious naivety of the picture. In Close …

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I'm Still Not Over… Matthew McConaughey telling Jennifer Lopez to only eat brown M&M's – EW.com

Still crying over a fictional character’s death from a movie you saw years ago? Having trouble letting go of that one episode of your favorite series? Grieving a gone-too-soon show? We are, too — so each Wednesday, EW staffers will pay tribute to something in the pop culture world they’re still not over. This week, …

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Downsizing Teaser Trailer: Watch Matt Damon in a "Live-Action Pixar Movie on Acid" – W Magazine

Downsizing, one of the most hotly anticipated movies of awards season, premiered Tuesday night as the opening film of the Venice Film Festival. The early consensus: it is absolutely bonkers, but also absolutely wonderful. Variety‘s review called it “a kind of live-action Pixar movie on acid,” and that’s a compliment. Directed by Oscar favorite Alexander …

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