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Tribeca Film Festival to Open With Apollo Theater Doc

Tribeca Film Festival to Open With Apollo Theater Doc

Feb 13
The 18th edition of the Tribeca Film Festival will open with the premiere of a documentary about New York City's iconic Apollo Theater in Harlem.

Watch: Get Your First Look at 'Frozen 2' with New Trailer

Watch: Get Your First Look at 'Frozen 2' with New Trailer

Feb 13
Disney has shared the first trailer for the highly anticipated "Frozen" sequel.

 Review :: Happy Death Day 2U

Review :: Happy Death Day 2U

By Padraic Maroney | Feb 13
A glitch sends Tree back into the time loop and reliving her death — again. This time, however, it's in a version of the world that looks like ours, but not everything is as it seems.

New Jersey Becomes First US State to Take Legal Oscars Bets

New Jersey Becomes First US State to Take Legal Oscars Bets

By Regina Garcia Cano | Feb 13
For the first time in the United States, you can legally bet on one of pop culture's biggest nights.

Study: More Diverse Movie Leads in 2018 than Ever

Study: More Diverse Movie Leads in 2018 than Ever

By Jake Coyle | Feb 12
The top films in 2018 featured more female and people of color in lead roles than ever before, according to a new study from the University of Southern California's Annenberg Inclusion Initiative.

 Review :: Isn't It Romantic

Review :: Isn't It Romantic

By Padraic Maroney | Feb 12
"Isn't It Romantic" had a premise that should have been a slam dunk, but even a game cast can't save its squandered potential.

 Review :: Peppermint Soda

Review :: Peppermint Soda

By Sam Cohen | Feb 12
With a gorgeous 2K restoration by Cohen Media Group and loaded with special features, Diane Kurys' timeless "Peppermint Soda" is rightfully committed to Blu-ray.

 Review :: Maria By Callas

Review :: Maria By Callas

By Lewis Whittington | Feb 12
Tom Volf's intimate and loving portrait of the opera diva of the 20th century.

 Review :: At Eternity's Gate

Review :: At Eternity's Gate

By Michael Cox | Feb 12
From Julian Schnabel, the director of "Basquiat," this portrait of artist Vincent van Gogh is less a biographical docudrama and more a piece of video art.

Glenn Close: 'I Feel Like Everyone's Rooting for Me'

Glenn Close: 'I Feel Like Everyone's Rooting for Me'

By Jake Coyle | Feb 12
Glenn Close stands doubled over laughing in the doorway to her downtown Manhattan apartment while her loyal white Havanese, Pip, circles an arriving reporter.

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