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4 Kid-friendly Halloween flicks to watch this season Entertainment Movies and TV 

4 Kid-friendly Halloween flicks to watch this season

Halloween? I know you’re thinking about how Trick or Treatin’ is for kids and gory movies are for adults—well, that’s the protocol. But let’s do some alterations, shall we? Kids can enjoy the Halloween spirit without exposing them to those bloody or ultra-violent images that’ll flash on the screen. For a child-friendly Halloween movie marathon, grab a pen and paper and start listing. CORALINE Coraline is a little girl left alone in a foreign house she and her family just moved in. The film scenes will make you hang on…

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Filipino Indie film “Suerte” to be shown at Busan International Film Festival Entertainment Movies and TV 

Filipino Indie film “Suerte” to be shown at Busan International Film Festival

Intentionally forcing the Filipinos to confront its current state while unapologetically showcasing a different Philippines to the international community, Suerte goes to Busan International Film Festival as the only Filipino film nominated for the Wide Angle category. Suerte, meaning luck in Filipino, takes on a different translation when two amateur filmmakers come together to create a documentary on the local drug trade happening on their street. Their investigation dangerously borders obsession as they delve deeper into the inner workings of what they thought was only small-time drug dealing. Scaling down…

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3 of The Best Films About Mental Illness Entertainment Movies and TV 

3 of The Best Films About Mental Illness

Warning: This post contains spoilers and discussions on depression and suicide that could cause triggers. In today’s confusing world, validation and representation are crucial resources for something as influential as films. For people living with mental illnesses, however, identification in movies is even more significant. Not only do they shape the world’s culture, they also do good in spreading awareness that contributes to greater social awareness. Listed below are some of the movies that have achieved the feat of understanding the complexity of mental health: What’s Eating Gilbert Grape (1993)…

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Gossip Girl’s Blake Lively Returns To The Big Screen Entertainment Movies and TV 

Gossip Girl’s Blake Lively Returns To The Big Screen

Blake Ellender Brown or more popularly known as Blake Lively, has a colorful filmography—from her breakout role in “The Sisterhood of Traveling Pants” to jaw dropping “The Shallows.” A far cry from her ageless role in the “Age of Adaline”, comes her upcoming 2017 thriller drama film entitled “All I See Is You” where she portrays a blind woman named Gina. Traumatized by the previous accident that caused her blindness, the initial aim is to get back her sight. But she soon figures out not all things received are blessings….

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Potterheads this might just be your ticket back to Hogwarts Entertainment Movies and TV 

Potterheads this might just be your ticket back to Hogwarts

Going back to the world of Hogwarts always feels like home. We practically grew up with Harry, Hermione, and Ron; any Harry Potter related news is a spark of hope. This 2017, a group of fans provided us a ticket to board platform 9 ¾ once again. In a trailer of a fan made film of Voldemort: Origins of the Heir, the story follows Grish Mac Laggen, a witch and heir of Gryffindor, who seeks Tom to prove that her suspicions about Hepzibah Smith’s death were true. Interesting, right? Usually, it…

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Netflix releases ‘Gaga: Five Foot Two’ Entertainment Movies and TV 

Netflix releases ‘Gaga: Five Foot Two’

The Mother Monster hides nothing from her beloved fans. “Gaga: Five Foot Two,” a documentary on the life of Lady Gaga, has finally been released by Netflix. The 2-minute trailer released last September 21 fleshed out a rather thrilling look into the American singer-songwriter’s persona. From Gaga’s thorny rapport with fame to her struggles with “paranoia, fear, body pain, [and] anxiety,” a certain artiness highlighting the icon’s enigmatic personality was rightfully documented. In fact, the first few seconds of the trailer opened with Gaga saying, “When producers wanted me to…

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Black Mirror’s ‘San Junipero’ Bags Two Emmys And The World Is Right Entertainment Movies and TV News 

Black Mirror’s ‘San Junipero’ Bags Two Emmys And The World Is Right

The episode beat Robert De Niro’s “The Wizard of Lies” and Dolly Parton’s “Sherlock.” Let that sink in.   Thanks to season 3’s “San Junipero,” Black Mirror is officially a two-time Emmy-award winner. Show creator Charlie Brooker proudly accepted the awards for Outstanding TV Movie and Outstanding Writing for a TV Movie from the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards last Sunday. Man-made heaven With the series’ satirical light, San Junipero is a widely acclaimed palate cleanser. Starring Mackenzie Davis (Yorkie) and Gugu Mbatha-Raw (Kelly), the episode follows the romance of two…

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Here are the must-see movies for the last leg of 2017 Entertainment Movies and TV 

Here are the must-see movies for the last leg of 2017

This year’s been kind of rough for all of us. But what better way to lighten the mood than with a brilliantly star-studded blockbuster shebang? You got it right! The movie fever isn’t over yet. The remaining months of the year will give us a little break from our usual dreary lives by offering us blockbuster hits one after another. To shed a little more light, here’s a short list of the soon-to-be movie hits coming your way: Mother Mother, from director Darren Aronofsky – known for other hits such…

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‘Moonlight’ MV spoofs ‘Friends’ as a powerful meta-commentary Entertainment Movies and TV 

‘Moonlight’ MV spoofs ‘Friends’ as a powerful meta-commentary

Last week, Jay-Z finally dropped the music video for ‘Moonlight’ on YouTube. Originally exclusive for Tidal users, the track from his breakout album called “4:44” was experienced with a thoughtful spooFrienf of ‘ds’ — a well-loved 90s sitcom. The out-of-the-box visuals directed by Master of None’s Alan Yang quickly gained traction and mixed reactions from raving fans. African-American actors including Issa Rae, Jerrod Carmichael, Tiffany Haddish, Tessa Thompson, Lil Rey, and LaKeith Stanfield starred in the 7-minute parody of the American TV show that remains to be dominating pop culture….

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How can you survive law school? The Bar Boys will tell you how Entertainment Movies and TV 

How can you survive law school? The Bar Boys will tell you how

Sometimes, all you need is a great set of friends to go through everything in life. Yes, including law school. Law school is often seen as the most difficult time a /future/ lawyer would have to face before getting the title “Attorney.” It’s not wrong though, law school is hard. But Bar Boys was able to portray such a ‘difficult’ time into something light, funny, and relatable to people even outside the world of law. A story surrounding four men and their journey in law school, Bar Boys talked about…

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