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This week in movies Archives - ShowBizCafe.com

This week in movies Archives - ShowBizCafe.com

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2018/11/20 at 12:36pm

This Week In Movies: ‘Creed 2,’ ‘Ralph Breaks The Internet,’ ‘Green Book’

Happy Thanksgiving to all of you wonderful and loyal readers. I want to personally give thanks to all who have visited the site since its inception and continue to support us. If you’re new to the site, ‘This Week In Movies’ is a weekly article that catches you up on all the new film releases coming out in theaters. You’re in for a treat. With Thanksgiving week here, we have 8 of the best films you will see this year which will inspire you, make you reflect, provoke and entertain you. Read on! Read More

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2018/11/12 at 10:50am

This Week In Movies: ‘Widows,’ ‘Instant Family, ‘At Eternity’s Gate’

‘This Week In Movies’ is a weekly article that catches you up on all eight new film releases coming out in theaters. With Thanksgiving nearby, we have seven films that provide us with a deeper meaning of life and escape us into world’s not fit for the faint of heart. Read on! Read More

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2018/11/06 at 9:39am

This Week In Movies: ‘El Angel,’ ‘The Girl in the Spider’s Web,’ ‘The Frontrunner’

‘This Week In Movies’ is a weekly article that catches you up on all nine new film releases coming out in theaters. As we begin November, we have ten films that grace us with compelling stories and a few laughs. Read on! Read More

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2018/10/29 at 1:25pm

This Week In Movies: Disney’s ‘Nutcracker,’ ‘Bohemian Rhapsody,’ Bodied’

‘This Week In Movies’ is a weekly article that catches you up on all the new film releases coming out in theaters. This final week of October entering November, we have ten films that grace us with compelling stories and a few laughs. Read on! Read More

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2018/07/31 at 9:16am

This Week In Movies: ‘Christopher Robin,’ ‘The Spy Who Dumped Me,’ ‘Never Going Back’

This is a very good ‘This Week In Movies’. There’s a little bit for everyone from some family fair, comedy, documentaries and indie with some fresh faces and rising stars. First up is Disney’s Christopher Robin, essentially a live-action Winnie The Pooh movie. This one should choke on you up.  If you’re into politics, author Dinesh D’Souza compares Abraham Lincoln’s presidency to Trump’s in Death of a Nation, and indie film Never Goin’ Back stars Argentine actress Camila Morrone who is a star in the making harkening  back to Italy’s Sofia Loren.  See what else is here that you might like to see and GO SEE IT! And remember to listen to our podcast this Friday for our review of movies and interviews with filmmakers and other notable figures of American and Latino pop culture.

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2018/07/09 at 8:48am

This Week In Movies: ‘Skyscraper,’ ‘Shock and Awe,’ ‘Gauguin: Voyage to Tahiti’

‘This Week In Movies’ is back! As July turns to its second week, it has seen the tally of a record-breaking year in films, thanks to the superhero and action-genre (Black Panther, Avengers: Infinity War and Jurassic World 2). But  though billion dollar tentpoles are not releasing this week, we do have an actioner with a family sensibility – Skyscraper – starring Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson. His choices for films are diverging from guns, suplexes and corny jokes to family, social  issues and more human stories. There’s also Shock and Awe, which has all the bells and whistles from a prestige journalism film that could make it to the Oscars, but not there’s not much hype behind it. Then there’s Dark Money, a documentary about where political ads and those dark sources who fund it intersect that could fit into a doubel bill with the previous aforementioned. And if you like art, then Gauguin: Voyage to Tahiti is a viewing necessity. It stars European star Vincent Cassell playing the eponymous painter. Enjoy the trailers and remember to listen to our podcast this Friday for our review of movies and interviews with filmmakers and other notable figures of American pop culture. Read More

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2017/05/02 at 11:20am

This Week In Movies: ‘The Dinner,’ ‘Guardians of the Galaxy 2’

This week’s movie slate is not a Hollywood moviegoer’s dream. There is only one tentpole movie release, Guardians of the Galaxy 2, and the rest are indie fare that lack buzz and excitement. The exploration of the human spirit is the common theme among our limited releases and though that’s not exciting, it is interesting. GOTG 2 is as much fun as you’ll have at the movies this summer, but Richard Gere’s family thriller The Dinner, does capture a feeling of Roman Polanski’s Carnage. Some star power also helps the indie films with stars such as Naomi Watts and Liev Schrieber leading their respective films. See what interests you and let us know. Enjoy the trailers and listen to our podcast for our in-depth reviews of this week’s releases and more! Read More

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2017/04/03 at 1:24pm

This Week In Movies: ‘Colossal,’ ‘The Void,’ ‘Aftermath,’ ‘Truman’

We begin April with some very popular and auteur directors releasing films this week. First, Spaniard director Nacho Vigalondo gets together with a solid cast that includes Anne Hathaway in what is a crazy sci-fi/comedy called Colossal. Also, former Spider-Man director Marc Webb tries to tug at the heart with his new film Gifted and Romanian helmer Cristian Mungiu who made the indelible “4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days” gives us Graduation that delves into the role parents play today with their grown children. And how can we forget Arnold. He returns to the screen in Aftermath, written by a Latino writer named Javier Gullón. You definitely have a lot to look for this weekend. Enjoy the trailers and listen to our podcast for our in-depth reviews of this week’s releases and more! Read More

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2017/03/27 at 3:20pm

This Week In Movies: ‘Ghost In The Shell,’ ‘The Boss Baby’

It is a very feeble week for movies. There are only five films releasing this week. That is a head-scratcher and perhaps one of the few times that five films come out in a single week. Nevertheless, Scarlett Johansson’s Ghost in the Shell is the biggest release this weekend. It has the star power, the budget and the distribution release. It comes with some controversy though (whitewashing is mentioned), but it does look fun! Enjoy the trailers and listen to our podcast for our in-depth reviews of this week’s releases and more! Read More

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2017/03/20 at 11:14am

This Week In Movies: ‘Power Rangers,’ ‘Life,’ ‘CHiPs,’ ‘Wilson’

Spring is in the air and Hollywood is beginning to show its flair for the visual spectacle. Two films coming out this week offer some of that eye-candy many moviegoers such as: ‘Life’ and ‘Power Rangers’. Also, Latinos are making their presence felt this week with Michael Peña in ‘CHiPs’, Daniel Espinosa directing in ‘Life’ and Becky G making her film debut in ‘Power Rangers’. Enjoy the trailers and listen to our podcast for our in-depth reviews of this week’s releases and more! Read More

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