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Wonder Woman to the rescue (of theaters)

Entertainment | Warner Bros. and theaters hope the superhero sequel will be their Christmas miracle
by Sharon Dierberger
Posted 11/24/20, 04:14 pm

Merry Christmas, cinephiles. Warner Bros. announced last week it will release the much-anticipated sequel Wonder Woman 1984 on Dec. 25 in U.S. theaters and on the streaming platform HBO Max. Because of pandemic-induced theater closures, Warner Bros. repeatedly delayed the film’s opening, originally scheduled for last summer. It will debut in international theaters on Dec. 16.

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A new classic?

Movie | Big-budget, music-filled Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey is a hit
by Bob Brown
Posted 11/19/20, 02:58 pm

Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey adds a delightful voice to the Christmas movie lineup. With the energy of a Broadway musical and a spare-no-expense Hollywood production, the David E. Talbert film, streaming on Netflix, stands to become an annual holiday classic. 

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Wholesome young radicals

Movie | The Trial of the Chicago 7 presents an entertaining but fictionalized account of its subjects
by Megan Basham
Posted 11/19/20, 02:54 pm

Riots. Destruction. Grandstanding for the camera. Radicals co-opting civil rights protests to advance their own agenda. Sounds like the last few months, right? Actually, it’s the setting for Aaron Sorkin’s latest movie, The Trial of the Chicago 7

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