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Movie Review – Skin (2019)

Skin, 2019.

Written and Directed by Guy Nattiv.

Starring Jamie Bell, Danielle Macdonald, Daniel Henshall, Bill Camp, Louisa Krause, Zoe Colletti, Kylie Rogers, Colbi Gannett, Mike Colter, Vera Farmiga.


A destitute young man, raised by racist skinheads and notorious among white supremacists, turns his back on hatred and violence to transform his life, with the help of a black activist and the woman he loves.

It’s certainly bold to tell a story about a white supremacist reforming and reintegrating back into normal society in the nightmarish state of America we currently inhabit, and that applies regardless of where you fall on the notion that any single person is capable of repenting and avenging their wrongdoings. The really uncomfortable but far more pertinent question to ask with Skin is if we really need to see a narrative about a real-life monster that realizes the error of his ways, changing his life,
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Skin Movie Review

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Skin A24 & Direct TV Reviewed for & linked from Rotten Tomatoes by: Harvey Karten Director: Guy Nattiv Screenwriter: Guy Nattiv Cast: Jamie Bell, Danielle Macdonald, Daniel Henshall, Bill Camp, Louisa Krause, Zoe Colletti, Kylie Rogers, Colbi Gannett, Mike Colter, Vera Farmiga Screened at: Tribeca Screening Room, NYC, 7/17/19 Opens: July 26, 2019 […]

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First trailer for neo-Nazi drama Skin starring Jamie Bell

A24 Films has debuted the first trailer for writer-director Guy Nattiv’s upcoming drama Skin. Inspired by a true story, the film stars Jamie Bell as Byron, a young man who turns his back on a white supremacist gang to make a new life for himself, while trying to repent for his past. Joining Bell in the cast are Danielle McDonald, Daniel Henshall, Bill Camp, Louisa Krause, Zoe Colletti, Kylie Rogers, Colbi Gannett, Mike Colter, and Vera Farmiga; watch it here…

“After a difficult childhood drives him into the grasps of a white supremacist gang, Bryon (Bell) tries to escape to a new life, all the while questioning whether he’s capable of undoing — and repenting for — the evil he’s done.”

Skin is set for a limited theatrical release on July 26th.

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Abby Miller, Louis Herthum & Michael Weston Among Quintet Cast In Apple’s Hilde Lysiak Series

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Abby Miller, Louis Herthum & Michael Weston Among Quintet Cast In Apple’s Hilde Lysiak Series
Exclusive: Abby Miller (The Sinner), Louis Herthum (Westworld), Michael Weston (Wish I Was Here), Kylie Rogers (Miracles from Heaven) and Aziza Scott (The Fosters) have been cast as series regulars opposite Brooklynn Prince and Jim Sturgess in Apple’s upcoming untitled Hilde Lysiak series, directed and executive produced by Crazy Rich Asians helmer Jon M. Chu.

The 10-episode mystery drama was inspired by the real-life story of 11-year-old Hilde Lysiak. Also described as a family drama, it follows a young girl (Prince) who moves from Brooklyn to the small lakeside town her father (Sturgess) left behind. While there, her dogged pursuit of the truth leads her to unearth a cold case that everyone in town, including her own father, tried hard to bury.

Miller will play Bridget Jensen, Hilde’s mom. Rogers will play as Izzy Lisko, Hilde’s sister. Herthum plays Frank Briggs, Sr., a police officer. Weston plays Frank Briggs Jr.
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Tiff Review: ‘Skin’ is a Harrowing Journey of Self-Recognition

Bryon ‘Babs’ Widner (Jamie Bell) hears the buzz of a faulty electrical connection, triggering a transition to an operating table and screams as the tattoos covering most of his body start being removed. It’s a soundscape that’ll have you squirming in your seat, the close-up shots of scar tissue replacing ink as physical a transformation as the act is metaphorical. Because the art adorning his face, neck, and torso isn’t some elaborate supernatural fantasy with family memorials—it’s a map to the blackest center of his soul. Babs is a white supremacist and these “patches” define his rage and vitriol. They mark him as property of his Viking captain (Bill Camp’s Fred), a man who saved his life before promptly stealing it by turning him into a monster.

This is the figure at the center of Guy Nattiv’s harrowing Skin, a real-life victim of
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Ron Perlman, Michael Pitt to Star in Indie Drama 'Run With the Hunted' (Exclusive)

Ron Perlman, Michael Pitt to Star in Indie Drama 'Run With the Hunted' (Exclusive)
Ron Perlman and Michael Pitt will star in the indie drama Run With the Hunted from writer-director John Swab.

The actors will join a cast that includes William Forsythe, Mark Boone Jr., Brad Carter and Dree Hemingway. Slaine, Brad Carter, Kylie Rogers, Sam Quartin and Gore Abrams also will star.

Run With the Hunted follows a young boy who commits a noble murder to save his best friend and is forced to run away from his hometown and leave her behind. Fifteen years later, he has forgotten his past and turned to a local gang. When his best friend then ...
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Stars Join Team Nanci At La County Walk To Defeat Als

Nanci Ryder’s “Team Nanci” once again participated in the annual La County Walk to Defeat Als, on Sunday, October 15, 2017 at Exposition Park in Los Angeles.

Courteney Cox and Renee Zellweger

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After being diagnosed with Als in 2014, Nanci bravely decided to share her battle with the public to raise awareness and support for the Als community. She and her many friends are “Team Nanci,” and raised over $100,000 for the cause as they participated in the 15th Annual La County Walk to Defeat Als, hosted by The Als Association Golden West Chapter. The 1-mile walk was accessible and open to the public and all funds raised supported the mission priorities of The Als Association Golden West Chapter in care services, public policy, and research. The event had over 2,200 participants who raised nearly $500,000 for the cause.

Team Nanci included Courteney Cox, Renee Zellweger, Matt Bomer,
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Jennifer Garner Doesn't Look Much Older Than the Teen Choice Demographic

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Jennifer Garner Doesn't Look Much Older Than the Teen Choice Demographic
Jennifer Garner lit up the Teen Choice Awards in La on Sunday when she took the stage with her Miracles From Heaven costar Kylie Rogers to accept the choice drama movie award for their film, which also stars Queen Latifah. The ladies thanked the voters for their giant surfboard and posed for photos together backstage; Jennifer looked fresh and gorgeous in a black strapless jumpsuit and half-up hairstyle - anyone else getting 13 Going on 30 vibes? We've seen a lot of Jen lately, both on the red carpet and on the streets of La. Most recently, she looked carefree while running errands amid reports that she and estranged husband Ben Affleck aren't planning to divorce after all - a friend close to the actress revealed to People that "Ben still doesn't want the divorce and he might actually get his way." She also stepped out for the Starkey Hearing Foundation Gala earlier this month,
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'Don't Give Up Hope': Jennifer Garner Pays Tribute to Sick Kids During Surprise Teen Choice Awards Win

'Don't Give Up Hope': Jennifer Garner Pays Tribute to Sick Kids During Surprise Teen Choice Awards Win
Jennifer Garner popped up at the Teen Choice Awards on Sunday to accept a big award for her movie. The 44-year-old actress was among a slew of some of Hollywood's hottest celebrities to attend the event, which was hosted by Victoria Justice and John Cena. Garner and her young Miracles from Heaven costar Kiley Rogers were on-hand to accept the film's award for choice drama movie. In the film, Garner took on the role of real-life Texas mom Christy Beam in the story of a young girl who is miraculously cured from a rare disorder. While accepting the award, Garner turned to , saying,
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Film Guide: What Movie Should I Watch This Weekend? (July 8, 2016)

Film Guide: What Movie Should I Watch This Weekend? (July 8, 2016)
To help sift through the increasing number of new releases (independent or otherwise), the Weekly Film Guide is here! Below you’ll find basic plot, personnel and cinema information for all of this week’s fresh offerings.

Starting this month, we’ve also put together a list for the entire month. We’ve included this week’s list below, complete with information on screening locations for films in limited release.

See More: Here Are All the Upcoming Movies in Theaters for July 2016

Here are the films opening theatrically in the U.S. the week of Friday, July 8. All synopses provided by distributor unless listed otherwise.


Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates

Director: Jake Szymanski

Cast: Adam DeVine, Anna Kendrick, Aubrey Plaza, Zac Efron

Synopsis: Two brothers place an online ad to find dates for a wedding and the ad goes viral.

The Secret Life of Pets

Director: Chris Renaud,
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[Review] Fathers and Daughters

The works of director Gabriele Muccino aren’t for everyone. I can’t speak on his Italian films, but the American ones are unavoidably cloying and sentimental in a way that must be accepted or ignored to find resonance. Despite being the one showered with praise, The Pursuit of Happyness didn’t quite do enough for me. I appreciated the story and performances, but felt the artifice. For Seven Pounds, however, I didn’t care. The entire film proved one giant manipulative contrivance yet it unexpectedly hit me with depth and power just the same. So when the opportunity to watch his latest Fathers and Daughters arrived, I was optimistic. It looked ripe for that same emotional catharsis and as such possessed the potential to also crash and burn magnificently.

It’s reality lies somewhere in the middle. Brad Desch‘s script is everything that detractors say it is, but
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Miracles From Heaven review: “Without its cast would have found its way onto TV.”

Miracles From Heaven review: Another Christian drama hits cinemas, but is it considered and inspiring, or just a cash grab? Miracles From Heaven review

Religious films continue to do fantastic business in the Us, and there’s even a market for them in the UK. We’ve already had God’s Not Dead 2 and Risen hit cinemas this year, and now Miracles From Heaven. Whereas the former two films were based on news stories and biblical texts respectively, Miracles From Heaven is based on a true story and adapted from a memoir written by Christy Beam. Straight off many audience members will decide whether the story is true or not, or in part fabricated, or even if it is downright irresponsible.

Christy Beam’s (Jennifer Garner) daughter Anna (Kylie Rogers) suffers from multiple rare digestive disorders, leaving her in constant pain and unable to eat, instead being fed by tubes.
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Miracles from Heaven review – unbelievably preachy Christian drama

When the sick daughter of God-fearing folk recovers, the family attribute it to divine intervention. Jennifer Garner, what are you doing in this?

This stridently Christian film takes a news story from 2011 and turns it into a hectoring preach, with one very curious invention. A 10-year-old girl in small-town Texas named Anna Beam (played here by Kylie Rogers) is suffering from an agonisingly painful and apparently incurable bowel disease. Her devoutly Christian parents Christy and Kevin (Jennifer Garner and Martin Henderson) take comfort in prayer and their local church; desperately, Christy takes Anna to a famous Boston paediatrician who does what can. All seems lost. But then … well, there’s a miracle, which the family unhesitatingly attribute to divine grace. Fine. But wait. There are two miracles here. Because in this film, little Anna shares a hospital ward with the daughter of a Boston journalist named Ben Wexler. Now, Wexler
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'Zootopia' Crushes 'Divergent: Allegiant' at the Box Office with $38M

'Zootopia' Crushes 'Divergent: Allegiant' at the Box Office with $38M
For the past six weeks, just two movies have dominated at the box office. First it was 20th Century Fox's Deadpool, whose three-week reign at the top was ended by Disney's Zootopia. According to the estimates from Box Office Mojo, the animated comedy has won its third week in a row, fending off two two new releases, Lionsgate's The Divergent Series: Allegiant and Miracles from Heaven. The Divergent Series: Allegiant was projected to come out on top, but its lackluster opening and a strong third week for Zootopia kept Disney's winning streak alive.

The Divergent Series: Allegiant was projected to take in $37 million in its opening weekend, which would normally result in an easy win, but it all depended on how much Zootopia dropped in its third frame. Last weekend, the animated blockbuster only dropped 31.9%, but this weekend, it only dropped 25.9%, passing the $200 million domestic milestone with $201.8 million. It has
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Movie Review – Miracles from Heaven (2016)

Miracles from Heaven, 2016.

Directed by Patricia Riggen.

Starring Jennifer Garner, Kylie Rogers, Eugenio Derbez, Martin Henderson, John Carroll Lynch, Brighton Sharbino, Courtney Fansler, and Queen Latifah.


A young girl suffering from a rare digestive disorder finds herself miraculously cured after surviving a terrible accident.

As Easter sneaks up on us, studios begin dropping all of their religion oriented stories into cinemas out of good timing. Some of them take their preachy tone to unbearable levels, while very rarely some present an unbiased look at a narrative. Miracles From Heaven isn’t the Bible thumping “all hail Jesus and his unparalleled generosity” tale it’s marketed as, although the movie is most assuredly aimed at that devoted crowd.

Miracles From Heaven ultimately ends up as one of the more tolerable religious flicks in recent memory for quite a few reasons, with the greatest strength surprisingly being its acting. Veteran actress Jennifer Garner in the distressed,
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‘Miracles From Heaven’ Rises With $1.9 Million Debut

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‘Miracles From Heaven’ Rises With $1.9 Million Debut
Miracles From Heaven” rose at the box office on Wednesday with a $1.9 million opening, earning a CinemaScore of A+. Directed by Patricia Riggen, “Miracles From Heaven” stars Jennifer Garner and Queen Latifah and is based on a memoir of the same name by Christy Beam, whose daughter made a miraculous recovery from what was thought to be an incurable disease. The daughter is played by Kylie Rogers in the film. Joe Roth, DeVon Franklin and minister T.D. Jakes were producers on “Miracles From Heaven” for Sony, which has released other faith-based films such as February’s “Risen.” See Video: '
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Review: Miracles From Heaven

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Plot: A devoutly Christian woman (Jennifer Garner) has a crisis of faith when her ten-year-old daughter (Kylie Rogers) is stricken with a deadly, incurable disease. Review: Miracles From Heaven is the latest release from Sony Affirm, a boutique division of the studio which is experimenting with making Christian films for mainstream audiences. A few weeks ago, their Resurrection story, Risen, opened to decent reviews... Read More...
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Miracles From Heaven Review

Miracles from Heaven means well, and I mean that sincerely. It promises an uplifting, feel-good story about the nobility of paying-it-forward, doing right by your neighbors and the power of faith and adversity against the hardships of the world. And believe it or not, it doesn’t necessarily feel like a gospel lesson in the process.

Unlike its hokey, sermon-heavy evangelical cinematic peers like God’s Not Dead or Heaven is for Real, there’s an honest, hard-wrought underlining integrity to the film earned by respectable performances from Jennifer Garner, Martin Henderson, Kylie Rogers John Carroll Lynch and Eugenio Derbez.

It’s melodramatic at times, sure. In fact, a lot of the time, as its never truly prone to subtlety. But there’s an occasional moment of raw emotional intensity, or genuinely affecting physical turmoil, that doesn’t often feel as cheap or manipulative as you’d think. In the right contexts,
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‘Miracles From Heaven’ Star Brighton Sharbino Talks Real-Life Miracles (Video)

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‘Miracles From Heaven’ Star Brighton Sharbino Talks Real-Life Miracles (Video)
Faith-based films may be on the rise in Hollywood, but for “Miracles From Heaven” star Brighton Sharbino, faith is part of everyday life. “I feel so blessed that I’ve gotten to work on ‘Miracles From Heaven’ and all these amazing films,” the actress told TheWrap’s Stuart Brazell in a recent interview. “Every day is a miracle to me.” The actress stars alongside Jennifer Garner, Martin Henderson and Queen Latifah in Patricia Riggen’s film about a family whose daughter Anna (Kylie Rogers) is miraculously cured of a mysterious disease following a fall from a tree. Sharbino plays Anna’s sister Abby.
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Miracles From Heaven – The Review

Miracles From Heaven explores issues of family and faith while telling the true tale of Texan Christy Beam (played by Jennifer Garner) that begins when her 10-year old daughter Anna (Kylie Rogers) develops horrible stomach pain. The child is initially misdiagnosed, and when her disorder is discovered to be an incurable, and ultimately fatal, digestive disease, Christy finds herself a fierce advocate for Anna’s health. She travels to Boston frequently to work with Dr. Nirko (Eugenio Derbez), apparently the only specialist in the country who can help. Back home, Christy’s husband Kevin (Martin Henderson) does his best to hold down the fort with their other two daughters while dealing with impending financial stress. After a freak accident involving a hollow tree and a glimpse of God and Heaven, a miracle unfolds that leaves doctors confounded and the Beam’s small-town community inspired.

Miracles From Heaven is as decent and square as it sounds.
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