Guillermo del Toro's 'The Shape of Water' is a bold, romantic masterpiece – The Boston Globe

<!– METADATA FOR EMTAF Guillermo del Toro’s ‘The Shape of Water’ is a bold, romantic masterpiece Globe staff The Guillermo del Toro film stars Sally Hawkins as a mute cleaning lady who falls for an imprisoned creature from the deep. By Ty Burr 20171206201500 –> By Ty Burr Globe staff  December 06, 2017 The great …

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Altered Carbon: First teaser trailer for stunning Netflix sci-fi series – EW.com

It’s the biggest, most lavish-looking Netflix series ever, one based on an acclaimed sci-fi novel, and yet chances are you’ve never heard of Altered Carbon. So allow us to make introductions as we roll out nine exclusive first-look images — and the NSFW teaser trailer above — of the upcoming drama series from writer-producer Laeta …

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Don't count out Blade Runner 2049 just yet: The sci-fi noir and other genre movies score big with the LA Film … – SYFY WIRE (blog)

It’s a bit early to tell for sure, but this year’s major awards shows could be dominated by sci-fi, horror, and fantasy movies. The proof is in the results of the Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards where genre projects took home a good portion of the prizes. Some were obvious choices while others were …

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L.A. Film Critics Honor Underage Gay Romantic Drama 'Call Me By … – Breitbart News

The Los Angeles Film Critics Association has named Call Me By Your Name its 2017 Best Picture winner, with the film’s young star Timothée Chalamet also picking up Best Actor as the independent gay romantic drama added to its early awards-season haul Saturday. The film’s director, Luca Guadagnino, shared the association’s Best Director prize with …

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'Tis the Season for Grand Romantic Gestures: Get Inspiration From The Best Holiday Movie Moments – Vogue.com

The holiday season is upon us and with it comes the inescapable urge for grand gestures—bold confessions, sparkly tiny-boxed gifts, and personalized songs. After all, there’s nothing like another year ending to remind us that time is fleeting. So, why wait one more moment to say the things you’ve been holding back? Whether it’s a …

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Mad Max: Fury Road might already be the best action movie ever made – AV Club

Photo: Trailer screenshot With A History Of Violence, Tom Breihan picks the most important action movie of every year, starting with the genre’s birth and moving right up to whatever Vin Diesel’s doing this very minute. Mad Max: Fury Road (2015) It takes a whole lot to turn The Road Warrior into an afterthought. George Miller’s …

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3 sci-fi movies that teach you to love your new AI overlords – VentureBeat

If you’ve seen The Matrix, Terminator, or Wargames, you’ve probably already planned out your bunker for the post-AI apocalypse. Technology is changing continually, with newer and stranger devices created every week. Even the technology we never thought would go out of style is changing: Television is moving to the internet, the internet is reaching the …

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