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Review: American Traitor: The Trial of Axis Sally

— by WILLIAM STERR — This is an untidy 109-minute film dramatizing the true story of Mildred Gillars (Meadow Williams), an American entertainer who, during WWII, performed in a series of Nazi propaganda radio broadcasts intended to dissuade American participation in the war against Germa[...]

New movie releases for November 2019

November promises to be a great month in terms of movie releases. What we really love the most is that there are movie releases for everyone this month. In this post, we share some of the new movie releases of November 2019. Because we all have different tastes, we know you will love some and [&hell[...]

The Godfather Part 2 Back in Theaters

Cinemark Holdings Inc. is following up the successful presentation of Francis Ford Coppola’s restored version of his Academy Award-winning “The Godfather” with an exclusive, one-night only XD presentation of “The Godfather Part 2” on April 19. The “Coppola Restoration” of[...]

The Godfather Headed Back to Theaters

Cinemark Holdings, Inc. is partnering with Paramount Pictures to offer movie-goers the opportunity to see Francis Ford Coppola’s restored version of his Academy Award-winning film, “The Godfather,” on 55 Cinemark XD auditoriums across the country on March 1. The film was[...]

‘Scarface’ Returning to Theaters for One Night Only

Blasting onto the silver screen with the intensity of its original release nearly 30 years ago, the pop culture phenomenon “Scarface,” starring Al Pacino and directed by Brian De Palma, will return to movie theaters in a one-night event Aug. 31 at 7:30 p.m. local time. Presented by NCM F[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘Jack and Jill’

— by LYNN TACKITT — Have you ever wondered what it would be like to have a twin? Someone to share your birthday with, maybe even have the twin power? What would it be like to know what the other is feeling, have the same likes or dislikes, or the feeling that you can’t stand […][...]

Trailer Talk: ‘You Don’t Know Jack’

— by ROB COX — Big-screen legend Al Pacino has done some severe stinkers over the last few years, namely, the laughable “Righteous Kill” and the absurd “88 Minutes.” Both of those films were just plain bad — gag-inducingly bad, in fact. Pacino’s latest film, a made-for-TV aff[...]