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New TV Spot for ‘The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge On The Run’ Features Snoop Dogg and Keanu Reeves

SpongeBob is about to embark on a new adventure in his latest film, The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge On The Run. The CGI fun-fest will have the Bikini Bottom gang searching for SpongeBob’s beloved pet snail, Gary, after he’s kidnapped. SpongeBob, Patrick, Sandy and Squidward must rally together and find a way to retrieve Gary regardless of the cost – even […]

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Favorite Films of the Decade

To say this was an incredible decade for film is a massive understatement. With advancing technology, a profound popularity of superheroes, and more diverse filmmakers getting a chance, this decade has been a real treat for cinephiles and casual movie-goers alike. So to celebrate the new year and the new decade, here’s a list of the best movies from each […]

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Bong Joon-Ho’s ‘Parasite’ Is One Of 2019’s Most Essential Viewings – Review

Bong Joon-Ho latest film gained traction for being what most described as a wild ride into class warfare. Mainstream audiences would soon know the about Parasite after it won the most prestigious award at the 72nd annual Cannes Film Festival, the Palme d’Or. Given his superb filmography, no one ever doubted Joon-Ho’s ability to deliver anything less than great, but […]

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‘Frozen 2’ Filmmakers Discuss Why They Returned For a Sequel & More

Earlier this month Geeks of Color had the chance to attend the Frozen 2 press day event that took place at Disney Animation studios. The day started off with a footage presentation and Q&A by co-director and writer Jennifer Lee, co-director Chris Buck and producer Peter Del Vecho. They spoke in-depth about why they wanted to make a second Frozen movie, what they […]

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Op-Ed: The Westernization of Godzilla

It is practically impossible to cross paths with a soul who has never heard of the King of Monsters. Or, love him for being the earth’s greatest defender? Or, fear him for being the ultimate outcome of humanity’s sins?  Whatever the feeling, it does not change what is already clear: Godzilla is here to stay. He is more than a movie […]

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‘Doctor Sleep’ Trailer Breakdown + Q&A With Mike Flanagan

By Yolanda Machado Horror fans rejoice! The widely anticipated “Doctor Sleep” just got it’s first trailer today, and it is everything you want and more. The long awaited sequel to the classic Stanley Kubrick film, and Stephen King novel, “The Shining”, follows the story of Danny Torrance (Ewan MacGregor), forty years after the chilling and traumatic events that took place […]

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The Performances in ‘Aladdin’ Deserve Praise, But the Cultural Criticisms Should Be Heard – Review

To talk about the newest iteration of Disney’s Aladdin, let’s move past the obvious: Disney wants to use its animation library for live-action films. Any review that focuses on this as a negative point is kidding itself. You’d do the same if you had their library and their reach. Why should a giant not repackage itself? On a similar note, […]

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Laika’s ‘Missing Link’ Set Visit Reveals Victorian Treasure

Since 2005, Laika Studios has redesigned the landscape of stop-motion features. By printing their own 3D puppets in-house, and using replaceable parts to create more dynamic face movement. Their 2009 debut, Coraline, wowed audiences with the thrilling, dynamic puppet performances and the dark fantasy storytelling. Laika studios has been hard at work completing their fifth project, Missing Link. Their first […]

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‘Horror Noire: A History of Black Horror’ is an Insightful Documentary on the Cultural Evolution of Black Representation – Review

I’ve always loved horror, even at a young age. My mom let me stay up to watch scary movies when I was probably way too young, but I am grateful she did. I could never really explain why I loved a genre that strives to make me uncomfortable, but Xavier Burgin’s Horror Noire: A History of Black Horror—based on Robin […]

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‘The Kid Who Would Be King’ is a Charming Arthurian Legend Perfect For All Ages – Review

Joe Cornish is back behind the camera and he has brought us another delightful action-adventure, complete with a new crop of young U.K. talent. The Kid Who Would Be King is a modern telling of the Arthurian legend, which follows a 12-year-old boy who finds the legendary Excalibur. Suddenly, he is thrust into an epic battle between good and evil. […]