Bradley Cooper


Bradley Cooper is again all hands on deck for his sophomore feature film. Cooper said “A Star is Born” was about Lady Gaga’s voice, and “Maestro” was about Leonard Bernstein’s music. Cooper’s vision, six years in the making, takes the audience far away from the stereotypical biopic. The first act is an ode to classic […]

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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3

“Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3,” the third installment of the Marvel sub-franchise, is a testament to the power of storytelling and the importance of having the right person at the helm. Writer-director James Gunn has demonstrated a remarkable talent for seamlessly navigating between different realms and maintaining a harmonious equilibrium between grandeur, sarcasm, and

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Nightmare Alley

Normally, Oscar-winning Director Guillermo del Toro would release something like “The Shape of Water,” “Pan’s Labyrinth” or even “Hellboy” during October, but his star-studded remake of “Nightmare Alley” has its eyes on prestige. For del Toro fans, his latest “Nightmare Alley” doesn’t include as much disturbing content, gore or monsters featured in previous films like

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The Mule

Clint Eastwood has managed to create one of the most talked about films of the awards season, that’s not participating in the awards race. The Mule, directed and starring Eastwood, is more creative in style and content than Robert Redford’s aging criminal flick The Old Man and the Gun, both inspired by true stories. It

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     Bradley Cooper starred in one of the biggest films last year, could have taken any project he wanted, but the four time Oscar nominated actor/producer lands in a cooking film. For something so specific, there sure are a lot of motion pictures circulating around chefs and food.

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Cameron Crowe (Elizabethtown, We Bought a Zoo) gets everything wrong about his Hawaii that The Descendants director Alexander Payne got so right. We begin with vintage Hawaiian footage, alongside military and space footage, warning us of multiple storylines. Crowe assembled another impressive cast, led by Oscar nominee Bradley Cooper (American Sniper) in another military role. Aloha is a sad film

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Shot in 2012 and then marred by disastrous post-production issues, Serena, adapted from the best seller and directed by Susanne Bier, isn’t the best work from Bradley Cooper (American Hustle) or Jennifer Lawrence (Silver Linings Playbook). Marking their third time on screen together, Serena once again puts Lawrence back in Western North Carolina, where she

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