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Blu-Ray/DVD Giveaway to one of Cinema 35’s Facebook & Twitter Followers

Hey there, Cinema 35 readers. We appreciate the past summer of everyone joining our team as well as being devoted readers. To show our appreciation, we’re going to be doing Blu-Ray/DVD giveaways at the beginning of every month to one individual randomly selected from our Facebook & Twitter followers. If you’re not already a follower, […]

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“A New Hope” for Star Wars Fans

If you remember Oscar-nominated films like the classic Billy Elliot, or The Hours, then you may not even need to be a Star Wars fan to get attracted to Disney and Lucasfilm’s next prospect. Although, it never hurts to strengthen the power of the force with more fans. The Hollywood Reporter’s sources say that the […]

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Detroit – Review

The team-up of writer Mark Boal and director Kathryn Bigelow are one of the strongest forces to reckon with in Hollywood. Their initial effort, In the Valley of Elah, was an underseen personal gem. Then, The Hurt Locker, exploded them onto the scene; it grossed a mere $700,000 more than its budget despite incredible reviews, […]

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Annabelle: Creation

Annabelle: Creation entertains rising star Lulu Wilson who was a breakout in last year’s Ouija: Origin of Evil. The Annabelle films and Ouija films have more in common than just being current horror films. Even worse than the first Annabelle (29% on RT), Ouija was a colossal disaster (7% on RT). Universal and Blumhouse then […]

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“The Secret” is Getting a Movie Adaptation

With the numerous amount of sequels, reboots, and adaptations we see in theaters nowadays, it is a common joke that Hollywood has run out of ideas, and with the announcement of an adaptation of Rhonda Byrne’s bestselling self-help book, it’s not hard to agree with that notion. The Secret is a 2006 self-help book that promotes positive thinking […]

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To the Bone – Review

After the controversy of 13 Reasons Why, I was a bit concerned about another Netflix Original dealing with mental disorders. Thankfully, this one got it right. To the Bone is about 20-year-old Ellen (Lily Collins) who suffers from anorexia nervosa. After several failed treatments, she goes to a group home run by Dr. Beckham (played by […]

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Atomic Blonde – Review

The time for shaky-cam action films (The Bourne Saga) that have ten cuts per punch (The Taken Trilogy) are over. Films like Kingsman: The Secret Service and John Wick verify that action films don’t all have to follow the same template and use similar visuals. While John Wick is glossy and sleek, Atomic Blonde is […]

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