Set during the year 2025 in Eastern Ukraine, Atlantis finds us in the desert where humans attempt to survive and water is a dear commodity brought in by trucks. In a story all too familiar, a wall is being built-up on the border. Sergiy, a former soldier, is having trouble adapting to his new reality. He meets Katya while on the Black Tulip mission dedicated to exhuming war corpses. Together, they try to return to some sort of normal life in which they are also allowed to fall in love again. … [Read more...] about ‘Our Friend’, ‘Identifying Features’ And A Stack Of Oscar International Feature Contenders Make Their Debuts – Specialty Preview
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Universal just released the Hanks western News of the World for this year’s awards season which critics have enjoyed at 87% certified fresh on Rotten Tomatoes. Unfortunately, due the pandemic with 60% of the nation’s cinemas closed over the holiday season, the movie didn’t fare well at the domestic box office with $8.7M to date stateside. As Deadline first reported, Uni sold foreign on News of the World to Netflix in order to make bank on the film. … [Read more...] about Tom Hanks Universal Amblin Sci-Fi Movie ‘Bios’ Heads To Late Summer
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In the promo, Sidharth asks Rahul, "You and Aly are such good friends. You support each other. Kaun kiska chamcha hai (who flatters whom)." Aly then replies and says, "Chamche badalte hain, dosti rahti hai (flatterers can change but friends stay forever)." To which Sidharth replies, "Aap logo ki dosti dosti hai, dusre ki dosti dosti nahi? (You both have a friendship, others cannot have a friendship)?" … [Read more...] about Bigg Boss 14: Sidharth Shukla Shows The Mirror To Nikki Tamboli And Aly Goni About Their Conduct In The House
But that’s exactly the way that Freaks and Geeks looked to the future. West Wing was a crowd-pleaser in the manner that so much of television had tried to be going back to the days of Lucille Ball and Milton Berle. (President Bartlet loved finding common ground with his opponents, particularly in the later seasons run by producer John Wells.) It took big swings, and sometimes missed (like a patronizing out-of-continuity episode about terrorism, hastily written and produced after 9/11), but its goal was to appeal to the biggest audience possible, even as it stayed true to the vision of its creative team. Freaks and Geeks had no interest in playing in the big tent. It wanted to be an intense sideshow act that only a handful of circus-goers would come across each day, leaving them utterly changed by the experience. It was meant to be adored by a small cross-section of the audience who would feel like it had been custom-made for them and only them. … [Read more...] about ‘The West Wing’ vs. ‘Freaks and Geeks’: TV at a Crossroad in 1999