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The Last Duel Cast on the Ridley Scott Film

Vital Thrills got a chance to talk to The Last Duel cast members Matt Damon (Jean de Carrouges / screenwriter), Jodie Comer (Marguerite de Carrouges), and Ben Affleck (Count Pierre d’Alençon / screenwriter), as well as screenwriter Nicole Holofcener. In the 20th Century Studios film, the same story is told first from the perspective of …

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Underwater Review: Kristen Stewart Stars in the Sci-Fi Horror Film

Deep in the Marianas Trench, a group of subsea workers are drilling into the Earth’s crust 7 miles underwater. However, catastrophe strikes when some unknown force destroys their facility. A small group of survivors is all that remains of the crew. Stranded with no hope of rescue, they come up with a desperate plan. They must make …

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Spies in Disguise: Masi Oka and the Directors on the Animated Film

Spies in Disguise opens in theaters on Christmas Day, and VitalThrills.com recently got a chance to attend a roundtable discussion with directors Troy Quane and Nick Bruno, as well as star Masi Oka (Heroes). We learned all about how this is a love letter to spy movies, the worst thing Oka’s character Kimura has ever …

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Ford v Ferrari Review: Damon and Bale in a Genuine Crowdpleaser

In the trailer for Ford v Ferrari, Carroll Shelby (Matt Damon) takes Henry Ford Jr. (Tracy Letts) on something of a test ride in the new race car that has been built to attempt to beat Ferrari at the 24 Hours of Le Mans race in France. Shelby drives very fast, making hairpin turns, the race …

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Stuber Review: The Kumail Nanjiani and Dave Bautista Action Comedy

Stuber feels almost revolutionary in a summer where every film seems to have earth-shattering stakes and where the simple pleasures of a good belly laugh, and solid chemistry between actors happy to be there seem like the movie staples of a bygone era.  To whip out an old critic’s cliché, they really don’t make them …

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