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HELLBOY (2019)
A visually spectacular and gloriously violent reboot, Hellboy struggles to differentiate its “end-of-the-world” storyline from so many others before it, although David Harbour’s excellent turn and Neil Marshall’s go-big-or-go-home direction saves the film from the bowels of monotony.
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MMR PODCAST #206
Filmmaker Jim Cummings joins Matthew Pejkovic of Matt's Movie Reviews to talk about his new movie Thunder Road, opening the film with a funeral, how humiliation and regret are vital in forming character, the innovative and creative marketing that took the film around the world, and much more!
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AUSTRALIN BOX-OFFICE REPORT
Up slices up the competition, Dumbo fails to take flight, and Green Book continues to bask in the glow of its Oscar win. This and more in the latest Australian Box-Office Report!
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TOP TEN MEL GIBSON MOVIES
With Blood Father set to make its Australian premiere at the Sydney Film Festival, Matt's Movie Reviews counts down the Top Ten Mel Gibson Movies.
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INTERVIEW WITH 'PACIFIC RIM: UPRISING' DIRECTOR STEVEN S. DEKNIGHT
Pacific Rim: Uprising director Steven S. DeKnight talks to Matthew Pejkovic of Matt's Movie Reviews about his debut film, giant monster movies, and the blurred line between TV and cinema.
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CINEMA RELEASE DATES

FEBRUARY

7
Capharnaum (Madman)
Cold Pursuit (StudioCanal)
Escape Room (Sony Pictures)
Maria By Callas (Sony Pictures)
On the Basis of Sex (Entertainment One)

14
Alita: Battle Angel (20th Century Fox)
At Eternity’s Gate (Transmission)
Happy Death Day 2U (Universal Pictures)
If Beale Street Could Talk (Entertainment One)
What Men Want (Paramount Pictures)

21
Stan & Oli (Entertainment One)
Vox Lux (Madman)

28
A Dog’s Way Home (Sony Pictures)
Greta (Universal Pictures)
King of Thieves (StudioCanal)

 

 

MARCH

7
Captain Marvel (Walt Disney Studios)
Everybody Knows (Universal Pictures)

14
Sometimes Always Never (Transmission)

21
Destroyer (Madman)
Fighting with My Family (Universal Pictures)
Greyhound (Sony Pictures)
Inventing Tomorrow (Madman)
The Lego Movie 2 (Roadshow Films)
The Price of Everything (Madman)

28
Dumbo (Walt Disney Studios)
Five Feet Apart (Roadshow Films)
Transit (Madman)
Us (Universal Pictures)

 

APRIL

4
Pet Sematary (Paramount Pictures)
Shazam (Roadshow Films)

11
Hellboy (Roadshow Films)
The Kindergarten Teacher (Madman)
Little (Universal Pictures)
Missing Link (Roadshow Films)
Wonder Park (Paramount Pictures)

18
3 Faces (Madman)
The Aftermath (20th Century Fox)
Breakthrough (20th Century Fox)
Burning (Palace Films)
The Curse of the Weeping Woman (Roadshow Films)

24
Avengers: Endgame (Walt Disney Studios)

25
Yellow is Forbidden (Madman)

 

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