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  • Ashby
    Stars Nat Wolff and Mickey Rourke celebrate 'Ashby' world premiere
    On April 19, 2015,Nat Wolff and Mickey Rourke celebrated the world premiere of their latest film "Ashby" at the Tribeca Film Festival. The screening was held at the School Of Visual Arts. The film also starsEmma Roberts, Sarah Silverman,...
  • Movie review: The human and artificial intelligence of 'Ex Machina' convinces
    Movie review: The human and artificial intelligence of 'Ex Machina' convinces
    Artificial intelligence is a topic that ison the Mount Rushmore of the best and most intriguing fictional story ideas. Beginningwithbronze and clay statues coming to life in Plato and Homer's tales ofclassical mythology,the sophistication of...
  • Faith Hill
    Country music legend Faith Hill talks 'Dixieland' at TFF world premiere
    On April 19, 2015, Examiner.com was on the red carpet for the world premiere of "Dixieland" at the School of Visual Arts Theater during the Tribeca Film Festival. Writer/director Hank Bedford, producer Jen Gatien, Faith Hill,Pedro Anaya...
  • Jurassic World movie poster
    Chris Pratt is the raptor whisperer in new 'Jurassic World' trailer
    You can almost feel it in the air now, the summer movie season is almost here. 2015 may well be one of the biggest summer's on record the way things are looking (and should make up for the shoddy summer of last year). One of the big franchise...
  • "The Sound of Music" 50th anniversary.
    “The Sound of Music” 50th anniversary review: Theater screen vs. TV
    No doubt much of America still asks themselves why they should go see a classic movie on the big-screen if they’ve seen it more times on TV than they see their own relatives. This kind of question might sound more legitimate for a movie like...
  • Bobby Force Awakens Celebration
    The Force Awakens is unveiled at Star Wars Celebration
    At this point everyone on the planet has seen the awesome trailer for Star Wars The Force Awakens that was unleashed during the opening ceremony of Star Wars Celebration. While that was the talk of the show and social media, that was only a small...
  • Taken 3
    DVD Tuesday: Liam Neeson's Bryan Mills is back in 'Taken 3'
    Liam Neeson’s ex-agent with a particular set of skills is back on DVD and Blu-ray this week in “Taken 3”. Plus, check out Jennifer Aniston’s acclaimed turn in “Cake”. Read more about those movies and this...
  • Anton Yelchin
    Anton Yelchin, Alia Shawkat and more talk 'The Driftless Area'
    On April 18, 2015 Examiner.com was on the red carpet for the world premiere of "The Driftless Area" at the Tribeca Film Festival at BMCC Theater. The film was directed by Zachary Sluser and co-written by Tom Drury and Zachary Sluser. It...
  • 'Clouds of Sils Maria' wrapped around her finger
    ‘Clouds of Sils Maria’ wrapped around her finger
    Aging actress Maria Enders, Julia Binoche, finds out her friend and mentor, Wilhelm, has died. It was his play that started her career. At the same time, she is in the midst of a divorce and sought after to be in his play, the one that started her...
  • 'Supremacy' on Blu-Ray
    Review: 'Supremacy' arrives on Blu-Ray
    The hostage thriller/social drama “Supremacy,” arriving on Blu-Ray April 21, is an unsparing look at a racist just released from jail who is forced to confront his prejudices during one long day-or-so of the soul. “Supremacy...
  • Avengers: Age of Ultron MCU retrospective easter eggs
    'Avengers: Age of Ultron' marathon: 'Iron Man' Easter eggs
    Marvel’s “Avengers: Age of Ultron” is rapidly approaching, and here at Examiner, we’re pretty excited. The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) blossomed from a superb “Iron Man” film with a perfectly cast Robert...
  • Gardeners of Eden
    Kristin Davis discusses her new documentary, "Gardeners of Eden".
    Kristin Davis, philanthropist, film-maker, and actress takes some time out from the rigors of Hollywood to discuss her heartfelt and insightful documentary, Gardeners of Eden. This film is a riveting and heartbreaking inside look of the operations...
  • The Dinner
    The first week of Filmfest DC has begun.
    Entering its second week, the Washington, D.C. International Film Festival (Filmfest DC) is in its 29th year. Filmfest DC is celebrating nearly three decades of bringing thousands of entertaining, thought-provoking and original films to people in...
  • World War II ended 70 years ago, but memories still linger
    'Victory at Sea' review: NBC's classic WWII documentary is "must-sea" TV
    Victory at Sea (1952-1953)Directed by M. Clay AdamsWritten by Henry Salomon and Richard HanserNarrated by Leonard Graves2003 Introductions: Peter GravesVictory at Sea is a 26-part television documentary that focuses mainly (but not exclusively) on...
  • Olivier's Henry V
    Olivier + Shakespeare = Oscar gold
    When it comes to being the standard for bringing the work of William Shakespeare to the big screen, Laurence Olivier was that standard bearer for decades. While he made only four motion picture adaptations of the Bard's plays, Olivier's...
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