Watch Natalie Portman In New Sci-Fi Movie From 'Ex Machina' Director – Konbini US

After the superb Ex Machina, director Alex Garland is back with Annihilation, another sci-fi flick starring Oscar Isaac. This time around, the actor will play Natalie Portman‘s husband in what is one of the most anticipated movies of 2019. The plot revolves around a biologist who embarks on a research project after her husband returns from …

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Cruise Control: Dare to test your knowledge of Tom Cruise action movie moments – The Herald Bulletin

Tom Cruise is known for doing his own crazy stunts, and his latest action flick is no exception. “American Made” flies into theaters Friday, giving audiences a chance to see Cruise play real-life pilot Barry Seal, who became a drug smuggler and then an informant for the DEA. Cruise is known for performing his own …

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He's the worst: 'Literally, Right Before Aaron' takes the flawed romantic hero trope to its extreme – Los Angeles Times

If you’re a straight woman, you’ve probably encountered a guy like our supposed hero Adam in “Literally, Right Before Aaron.” Played by Justin Long, he’s the type of guy who imagines himself a romantic from his first overly sexual come-on to when his appearance at your wedding threatens your marriage — to someone else. It’s …

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Before 'Blade Runner 2049' hits theatres, 7 sci-fi movies you should stream – Toronto Sun

In the 1982 sci-fi classic Blade Runner, rogue android Roy Batty’s final words dwell on the many sights and experiences he’s had in his too-short, more-human-than-human life: “I’ve seen things you people wouldn’t believe,” he says. He could have been talking about Blade Runner itself. Directed by Ridley Scott three years after he blew minds …

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'Stranger Things' re-cut as a romantic comedy is delightfully deranged – Mashable

By Marcus Gilmer2017-09-28 14:36:10 UTC [embedded content] Netflix has embraced the sweet nostalgia surrounding its monster hit series Stranger Things. First, the company released mash-up movie posters for the upcoming second season of its hit paranormal thriller. Now Netflix is taking it one step further by releasing a romantic comedy re-cut of Stranger Things. Showing …

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Action-Movie Star Steven Seagal Believes In Free Speech, But Not 'Disgusting' NFL Protests – HuffPost

Actor Steven Seagal has accused National Football League players who protest by taking a knee during the national anthem of holding the world “hostage.” The 65-year-old Michigan-born action-movie star, who became a Russian citizen in November 2016, dubbed the pregame protests ― which President Donald Trump has attacked in recent days ―  as “outrageous,” “a joke” and …

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Takashi Miike's Blade of the Immortal Is Your Fantasy Samurai … – Gizmodo

At its core, Takashi Miike’s Blade of the Immortal is a straightforward samurai revenge flick. However, built around that is the platonic, primal ideal of what a samurai movie can be. It’s non-stop symphony of murder and steel filled with unbelievable weapons, gruesome amputations, rivers of blood, and charismatic warriors. Its two-hour, 20-minute runtime feels …

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