Friday, 24 March 2017
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New movies available for streaming include Fences, Deidra & Laney Rob a Train, Pete's Dragon, and more

Added: 24.03.2017 10:00 | 6 views | 0 comments


Spring is arriving, so it seems fitting that several of this week’s streaming selections take the action outdoors, whether it’s telling the story of a couple sisters turned wannabee train robbers, or following a college baseball team in the last few days of summer, or exploring a black family living in the Louisiana Bayou. 
Some movies ask you to ponder heavy subjects, like assisted suicide or children’s fear of abandonment. And some on this list are just plain goofy.
If you were heading into the weekend without any firm plans, consider the matter closed.

Deidra & Laney Rob a Train (Netflix)

★★★☆☆
Netflix continues its Sundance spree, snapping up this unusual, amusing little crime film/family story and giving it an exclusive release. In Deidra & Laney Rob a Train (2017), older sister Deidra (Ashleigh Murray) is the top student in her miserable little high school, and while making money selling essays and test answers to fellow students, she prepares to head off to college with a well-earned scholarship. Unfortunately her mother (Danielle Nicolet) suddenly snaps inside a consumer electronics store, smashes a TV, and goes to prison. Deidra finds herself supporting her younger sister Laney (Rachel Crow) and their action-figure-loving younger brother (Lance Gray).

See a Trailer for the Tribeca Film Festival’s TV Lineup

Added: 23.03.2017 19:41 | 4 views | 0 comments

Movies can’t have anything for themselves anymore. Television shows have become big players at Sundance and SXSW, and the Tribeca Film Festival has just released a trailer promoting a sampler of the TV shows set to debut at the April event. Tribeca audiences will have chances to see new shows ...

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America Ferrera on How She Learned to Stop Caring and Go After What She Wants

Added: 22.03.2017 14:29 | 1 views | 0 comments

There was a time when America Ferrera considered leaving art for activism. She was 17 years old and had just been thrust into the national spotlight, after 2002’s Real Women Have Curves became the most-talked-about film at Sundance that year. September 11 had occurred a few months earlier, and Ferrera, ...

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Award-winning POP AYE to hit movie screens in Singapore in April

Added: 22.03.2017 4:40 | 1 views | 0 comments

The film by Kirsten Tan won the World Cinema Dramatic Special Jury Award for Screenwriting at the prestigious Sundance Film Festival.

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