Christopher Nolan Chooses Universal Pictures For His Film About J. Robert Oppenheimer

Christopher Nolan Chooses Universal Pictures For His Film About J. Robert Oppenheimer September 14, 2021 David Gonzalez Film News, Reel Movies, Reel Talk Inc 0 Just this past weekend during our recording of the Reel Chronicles podcast, my colleague and I were discussing the studio possibilities for Christopher Nolan’s next film and I felt Universal […]

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TIFF21 Lakewood

TIFF21 Lakewood September 13, 2021 David Gonzalez 3 Reels, David’s Reel Reviews, Reel Talk Inc, TIFF 0 Courtesy of TIFF Despite all the hardships the COVID-19 pandemic has created in the past two years, the pandemic has allowed studios and their directors to put their thinking caps on for unique ways to direct and release […]

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TIFF21: The Guilty

TIFF21: The Guilty September 13, 2021 David Gonzalez 3 Reels, David’s Reel Reviews, Reel Reviews, Reel Talk Inc, TIFF 0 Courtesy of TIFF Antoine Fuqua has never been a director whose films I’ve fully enjoyed. Outside of Training Day and Southpaw, I’ve mostly been bullish on his work. So when news broke that Fuqua would be bringing […]

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TIFF21: Encounter

TIFF21: Encounter September 13, 2021 David Gonzalez 2.5 Reels, David’s Reel Reviews, Reel Reviews, Reel Talk Inc, TIFF 0 Courtesy of TIFF After having its world premiere at last week’s Telluride Film Festival, I was pretty intrigued by Michael Pearce’s Encounter. I mean, how could you not? It’s hard not to be excited anytime a film stars […]

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TIFF21: Compartment No. 6

TIFF21: Compartment No. 6 September 13, 2021 David Gonzalez 3.5 Reels, David’s Reel Reviews, Reel Movies, Reel Reviews, Reel Talk Inc, TIFF 0 Courtesy of TIFF Richard Linklater’s Before Sunrise is one of my favorite films of the ’90s and one of the best depictions of a natural interaction that blooms into a friendship/relationship. As someone who […]

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Blue Bayou

Blue Bayou September 13, 2021 David Gonzalez 3.5 Reels, David’s Reel Reviews, Film News, Reel Movies, Reel Reviews, Reel Talk Inc 0 The immigration debate in this country offers up an array of different opinions. Whichever side you lean towards, those voices are heard throughout the social media landscape and our news media. But, unfortunately, […]

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TIFF21: Kicking Blood

TIFF21: Kicking Blood September 12, 2021 David Gonzalez 2.5 Reels, David’s Reel Reviews, Reel Movies, Reel Reviews, Reel Talk Inc, TIFF 0 Courtesy of TIFF In 2021, it’s hard to imagine a world where the vampire genre isn’t relevant in film. The difference between today and, let’s say, 2008 is that the genre has not […]

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TIFF21: Jockey

TIFF21: Jockey September 11, 2021 David Gonzalez 3 Reels, David’s Reel Reviews, Reel Reviews, Reel Talk Inc, TIFF 0 Courtesy of TIFF Sports films have become a staple of cinema. As we enter over 100 years of sports in cinema, it’s become even more critical for these films to set themselves apart and offer a […]

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TIFF21: The Power of the Dog

TIFF21: The Power of the Dog September 11, 2021 David Gonzalez 3.5 Reels, David’s Reel Reviews, Reel Reviews, Reel Talk Inc, TIFF 0 Courtesy of TIFF I’ve never been shy to talk about how little I connect with Jane Campion films. Going back to 1993’s Oscar-winning The Piano, I’ve yet to feel a connection with her movies. […]

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TIFF21: Violet

TIFF21: Violet September 11, 2021 David Gonzalez 3 Reels, David’s Reel Reviews, Reel Movies, Reel Reviews, Reel Talk Inc, TIFF 0 Courtesy of TIFF Cinephiles are pretty familiar with Justine Bateman. Her extensive career has provided folks with various content, including the classic Family Ties and cult favorites, Desperate Housewives and Californication. However, this year’s Toronto International Film Festival proves […]

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TIFF21: Petite Maman

TIFF21: Petite Maman September 10, 2021 David Gonzalez 3.5 Reels, David’s Reel Reviews, Reel Movies, Reel Reviews, Reel Talk Inc, TIFF 0 Courtesy of TIFF Céline Sciamma is one of the most exciting filmmakers working today. After dazzling cinephiles back in 2019 with her instant classic, Portrait of a Lady on Fire, there was no doubt that […]

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Christopher Nolan’s Next Film Will Focus On The Development Of The Atom Bomb

Christopher Nolan’s Next Film Will Focus On The Development Of The Atom Bomb September 10, 2021 David Gonzalez Film News, Reel Movies, Reel Talk Inc 0 Christopher Nolan remains one of the best directors working today. When a film of his arrives, there is constant excitement for cinephiles. On Thursday, Deadline broke the news regarding […]

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Amuly , Rava – Curieru

Sa vina curieru, a aduca pachetelu… Uh, tre sa vina curieru Sa aduca pachetelu Tre sa vina curieru Ah, s-alimenteze cartieru (x2) Am doua pietre prin mine, nu cercei Aici vor vinde cheile, si aici tevile Fratii fac bani de pastile, n-ai idee N-ai tu lei, o iei pe ulei Sunt rockstar nebun Pam pam […]

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Eric Bellinger – Counting My Blessings Lyrics

[Intro: Eric Bellinger] Woah, oh, woah, oh, oh You are now flying [Verse 1: Eric Bellinger] Been counting my blessings more (I’ve been counting) Found what I was searching for (I think I found it) Love is a patient war (War, war) Some things don’t walk through the door Gotta work for rewards, it takes time (Time) But that time’s gonna pass anyways (‘Ways) […]

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Eric Bellinger – Patience Lyrics

[Intro] (Mike & Keys) (My guy, Mars) [Verse 1] Patience (Patience) I be keepin’ her up waitin’ (Waitin’, oh, oh-oh, ooh-woah, oh) But she don’t even try to get even (Even, no, oh, woah-oh) Even though I give her so many reasons (Reasons, yeah, ayy, yeah, yeah, yeah) [Chorus] Know your heart is safe, it’s just missin my touch You […]

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