REVIEW: Danish Oscar Contender ‘Queen of Hearts (2019)’ is a Fantastic Balance of Good and Evil

“One of the greatest performances this year.” The Queen of Hearts is a card of beauty, idealism and affection, that represents a loving mother with a strong appeal to the opposite sex in May el-Toukhy’s psychosexual drama. Anne (Trine Dyrholm) is a successful lawyer who specialises in cases of domestic and sexual abuse to underage…

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The Top 10 High School Musical Numbers

Disney+ finally made its U.S. debut on November 12, 2019, and it also just so happened to be during Flip Screen’s Musical Month! The Disney Channel is pretty well-known for its classic, original films that dominated the childhood of millennials and gen-z-ers, but more prominently, it is known for its musicals. From Cheetah Girls (2003)…

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CINECITY REVIEW: ‘Waves (2019)’ Stands Alone As a Tremendous Piece of Film-making

Trey Edward Shults (It Comes at Night, Krisha) has made his name by exploring complicated family dynamics in the past, but none have been so powerful as his latest work, Waves.

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REVIEW: ‘High School Musical: The Musical – The Series’ Pilot Episode Is Fine But Not Memorable

If you just want some comfort food, you could do a lot worse.

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REVIEW: In Trippy Sci-Fi Thriller ‘The Fare’, Destination Takes A Back Seat To Destiny

Sometimes the journeys we’re destined to take together are more significant than the destination itself.

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The Top 10 Dance Scenes in Musical Films

Each is jaw-droppingly good, demonstrating years of training and hours of painstaking rehearsal to achieve the celebration of movement and technical expertise that still wows audiences today

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INTERVIEW: Giancarlo Volpe Talks ‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’, ‘The Dragon Prince’ and the Lasting Success of Animation

Avatar: The Last Airbender aired its final episode on July 19 2008, and is regarded as one of the best Nickelodeon and children’s’ programs of all time, even winning an Emmy.

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