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Adam Driver- 65

Adam Driver can’t save 65 from extinction

Collaborators Scott Beck and Bryan Woods deliver their latest film in 65 from Sony Pictures Releasing. The duo writes and directs the film, which Adam Driver toplines. After a catastrophic crash on an unknown planet, pilot Mills (Adam Driver) quickly discovers he’s stuck on Earth… 65 million years ago.

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Clichés don’t hinder Champions from being a crowd pleasing winner

Woody Harrelson returns to the world of basketball for director Bobby Farrelly in Champions from Focus Features. Mark Rizzo pens the film’s screenplay, a remake of the 2018 Spanish film of the same name. Marcus (Harrelson) is a washed-up basketball player turned assistant coach passing the time with a D-League in Des Monies.

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Jesus Revolution

Jesus Revolution is an affectionate true story

Director Jon Erwin delivers his latest faith-based film in Jesus Revolution from Lionsgate. Brent McCorkle codirects the movie, while the script is a collaboration between Jon Gunn & Erwin. Jesus Revolution is the true story of a divided time when people came together by checking their preconceptions at the door and formed a movement by listening to each other and looking beyond their beliefs.

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To Live Die And Live

Sundance Review: To Live Die And Live

With his latest film, To Live and Die and Live, writer and director Qasim Basir returns to filmmaking after a four-year hiatus. In his latest film, Basir introduces us to Muhammad (Amin Joseph), a handsome, strong Hollywood director. Muhammad tries to navigate through a rebuilt Detroit’s gorgeous and alluring landscapes.

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A Thousand and One

Sundance Review: A Thousand and One

Singer Teyana Taylor gives an honest and heartfelt lead performance in A Thousand and One from Focus Features. The writer & director of the film, A.V. Rockwell, makes her debut with the film that follows unapologetic and free-spirited Inez (Teyana Taylor), who kidnaps six-year-old Terry (Aaron Kingsley Adetola) from the foster care system.

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Death Knot

Death Knot is an ok horror debut

Cornelio Sunny dabbles in J-horror for his directorial debut in Death Knot from Well Go USA Entertainment. After the sudden suicide of their estranged mother, Hari (Cornelio Sunny), and his sister Eka (Widika Sidmore), return to their hometown to put their matriarch’s affairs in order.

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Night Train

Night Train is a quick actioner

Danielle C. Ryan is back in action with Night Train from Saban Films. Shane Stanley directs the film, while his frequent collaborator CJ Walley pens the script. La La Land teamster and single mother Holly McCord (Danielle C. Ryan) is driven to extreme measures to save her son’s life.

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