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 Review :: Hustlers

Review :: Hustlers

By Padraic Maroney | Sep 13
In a way, "Hustlers" is a Robin Hood story in G-strings. The women are stealing from Wall Street men and giving to the poor — mainly themselves.

 Review :: Tattoo Uprising

Review :: Tattoo Uprising

By Kilian Melloy | Sep 13
A word of warning for the uncut: You may walk into this film pristine of dermis... but you're going to want to correct that soon enough after drinking in this colorful, eccentric movie.

2019 Toronto Int. Film Fest Diary: Entry 3 — It's Off to the Awards Races

2019 Toronto Int. Film Fest Diary: Entry 3 — It's Off to the Awards Races

By C.J. Prince | Sep 13
In his third dispatch, EDGE contributor C.J. Prince tackles some of the most-talked about films at the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival, including "Joker," "Waves," "Marriage Story" and more.

Banderas Drew on His Heart Attack for Emotions in New Film

Banderas Drew on His Heart Attack for Emotions in New Film

By John CaruccI | Sep 12
Antonio Banderas says his emotional state from having a heart attack a few years ago influenced his award-winning performance in the Pedro Almodóvar film, "Pain and Glory."

 Review :: Reap The Wild Wind

Review :: Reap The Wild Wind

By Sam Cohen | Sep 12
Director Cecil B. DeMille's 1942 seafaring epic "Reap the Wild Wind" is now available on Blu-ray in all its Technicolor glory from Kino Lorber. The film may not be DeMille's best, but it's a fascinating misfire for him.

Bill Moseley - 'Happy in Horror' - Returns in Rob Zombie's '3 From Hell'

Bill Moseley - 'Happy in Horror' - Returns in Rob Zombie's '3 From Hell'

By Sam Cohen | Sep 11
Bill Moseley reunites with director Rob Zombie for the new horror film "3 From Hell," which will be shown for 3 days as a Fathom Event this month. EDGE spoke to the actor about horror films, his career & why the genre shouldn't be PC.

'Harriet,' the First Film About Tubman, Premieres in Toronto

'Harriet,' the First Film About Tubman, Premieres in Toronto

By Jake Coyle | Sep 11
Hard as it may be to believe, "Harriet" is the first feature film about Harriet Tubman.

Watch: Renee Zellweger Cries During Standing Ovation for 'Judy'

Watch: Renee Zellweger Cries During Standing Ovation for 'Judy'

Sep 11
Renee Zellweger received a huge and overwhelming response to her role as Judy Garland in the upcoming biopic "Judy" when it debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival this week — so much so that it brought the Oscar winner to tears.

In 'Hustlers,' Jennifer Lopez Steals Money, and the Show

In 'Hustlers,' Jennifer Lopez Steals Money, and the Show

By Jake Coyle | Sep 11
"Hustlers" is, in itself, a hustle.

 Review :: Booksmart

Review :: Booksmart

By Derek Deskins | Sep 10
"Booksmart" is the best kind of high school comedy; overflowing with anxiety, humor, and an audacity that can only accompany the hubris of a seventeen-year-old.

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