Austin Advanced Screening: Gold

Contests ‐ January 13, 2017

We’re offering a chance to win up to 2 tickets* to an Special Screening of Gold in Austin, Texas.

Details below:

LOCATION:                                    DATE AND TIME:

Regal Arbor 8                                January 23th, 2017
at Great Hills                                 Monday @ 7:00pm
9828 Great Hills Trail                 (Have your pass ready)
Austin, TX 78759

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Dallas Advanced Screening: Gold

Contests, Top Stories ‐ January 13, 2017

We’re offering a chance to win up to 2 tickets* to an Special Screening of Gold in Dallas, Texas.

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LOCATION:                                    DATE AND TIME:

Angelika Film Center                    January 23th, 2017
& Cafe                                              Monday @ 7:00pm
5321 E. Mockingbird Ln              (Have your pass ready)
Dallas, TX 75206

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Dallas Advanced Screening: The Founder

Contests, Top Stories ‐ January 13, 2017

We’re offering a chance to win up to 2 tickets* to an Special Screening of The Founder in Dallas, Texas.

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LOCATION:                                    DATE AND TIME:

Angelika Film Center                    January 17th, 2017
& Cafe                                              Tuesday @ 7:00pm
5321 E. Mockingbird Ln              (Have your pass ready)
Dallas, TX 75206

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Austin Film Festival 2016 Review: Brave New Jersey

Brave New Jersey impeccably balances romance and hilarity on its way to a fabulous world premier at the Austin Film Festival.

Set in a time without cable news or internet, this narrative feature takes place in the small town of Lullaby, New Jersey, on the day before Halloween, October 30th, 1938. The film begins by introducing us to the lovable yet frail Mayor, Clark Hill(Tony Hale), who is in the process of painting the town’s sign to reflect a new accomplishment of sorts. Straight away we can see the lack of respect the township has for it’s mayor, and that theme …

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Film Review: The Jungle Book

The Jungle Book once again brings to life, in astonishingly realistic animation, the story which has captivated us all throughout our childhood.

I, like many of you, grew up on all of the Disney classic films. We’re talking Dumbo, Snow White, Beauty and the Best, and of course Bambi. Even with those genuinely loveable films, I always felt  The Jungle Book was the one I enjoyed the most. When I heard a live action film was in the works, I initially had mixed feelings. On one hand, we’ve got a chance for absolute greatness, on the other, a chance to potentially …

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ATX Television Festival 2016: Superstore

With its second season set to premier this fall, NBC’s Superstore is stoked to have had the success it has. A silly comedy about a department store who lives day to day providing lack luster customer service and coping with each other’s antics, this show won the hearts of America’s audience. We caught up with the cast and creator of Superstore, to get there thoughts on the show’s success, their experiences whilst filming, and what we can expect in the upcoming season.  With actors America Ferrera, Ben Feldman, Lauren Ash, Colton Dunn, Nico Santos, Mark McKinney and show creator Justin Spitzer on hand, there’s too much to …

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Short Film of the Week: Blue Borsalino

Blue Borsalino utilizes world class suspense along with an intelligent screenplay to evoke powerful emotion rarely seen in a short film.

The short film opens to a, what may be, a perfectly executed single minute of film. In one minute, we’re captivated by the masterful filmmaking, scored perfectly, and we’re introduced to the main characters, both their past and present, without us even knowing it. Director and writer, Mark Lobatto impeccably fills us in on the necessary backstory, and seamlessly progresses us to current time. I was truly impressed with this first minute of this film, and it set the standard …

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Film Review: Adventures In Babysitting

Film Review: Adventures In Babysitting

Disney’s original movie Adventures in Babysitting takes us on an adventure through the big city as Jenny (Sabrina Carpenter) and Lola (Sofia Carson), rival babysitters, set aside their differences and team up track down the kids who have somehow snuck away.

This film is based on the 1987 film Adventures in Babysitting, directed by Chris Columbus (not that one), and like all of Disney’s original movies, it is packed with laughs and family fun. In addition to that, we have the pleasure of seeing Sabrina Carpenter and Sofia Carson, who we’ve grown to love in Disney’s Girl Meets World and Decedents, respectively.

John Schultz, who’s also done some …

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