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REVIEW: The Trip to Spain Serves Up Laughs with a Curious Aftertaste

The third installment of Michael Winterbottom’s “Trip” series, The Trip to Spain is pleasant and genuinely funny, with darker undertones than its predecessors.

Rob Brydon and Steve Coogan in Michael Winterbottom’s THE TRIP TO SPAIN. Photo by Phill Fisk. Courtesy of IFC Films. An IFC Films Release.

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A Guide to Fall 2017’s Film Classes

We’re just days away from an exciting new Fall semester. In the event you’ve neglected to pick your classes yet because you’ve been too caught up traveling, hitting up the beach, binging Stranger Things on Netflix, or just straight up sleeping in every day, don’t sweat it. We’ve got you covered on what classes you might want to take this semester.  

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Fall Movie Lineup: The Nine Films You Can’t Miss

2017 has proved to be a formidable year in terms of dynamic, entertaining, and action-packed cinema, yet there are still so many movie releases to look forward to in the approaching fall semester. As classes commence once again, students will flock to the theaters for a much-needed rest from the note taking and studying, but the question is: What movies will be worth the time and effort? Whether it’s the long-awaited release of another installment in the Star Wars franchise, the anticipated horror films of October, or the upcoming lineup of epic films during the holiday season, we have prepared a list of films for you to watch out for.

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It’s Here: Popcorn Frights Film Festival Kicks Off A Week Of Horror!

South Florida’s premiere horror film festival has finally arrived! Popcorn Frights Film Festival kicks off their slasher-filled week tomorrow night at O Cinema Wynwood with a 7:00 PM screening of Tragedy Girls, followed by the North American premiere of Jackals at 9:00 PM, and Terrifier at 11:30 PM.

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Local Limelight: Secret Celluloid Society

Cinephiles across South Florida certainly have their fair share of options. Between the major chain theaters with several locations, like AMC and Regal, and the several independent cinemas such as Coral Gables Art Cinema, O Cinema, and Miami Beach Cinematheque, just to name a few, there really is no shortage of variety on any given night. When did we get so lucky?

Among the many scheduled screenings at these locations, there has been a noticeable rise in demand for the midnight/after-hour screenings of classic films, especially those in 35mm — something offered by most of the aforementioned theaters in some capacity. While these theaters put together some impressive programs, nobody puts on quite a show like the Secret Celluloid Society.

Nayib Estefan, Secret Celluloid Society’s founder, has a taste for theatrics.

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The Personal and Epic Experience of Nolan’s Dunkirk

There are moments in our history which are as unbelievable as they are a testament to the resilience of humanity in the face of grave danger; the Battle of Dunkirk is one of those stories that audiences are likely surprised not to have seen before. Christopher Nolan’s 2017 film, Dunkirk, is a technically masterful historical drama set during World War II. It takes the true events of the battle and evacuation of Dunkirk in 1940 and humanizes it in a way which places the viewer in the shoes of a soldier fighting just to survive.

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