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Two first-rate movies about music — one, about a group of musicians who played with everyone from Sinatra to the Beach Boys; the other, set in the EDM scene in France — are at the film festival Tuesday.
Fear the Walking Dead closes out its first season with a hell of finale, finally delivering on the action and drama we’ve been waiting for all season. I have to say that while the finale was entertaining and definitely had a couple of great suspenseful moments, I am still disappointed with the season as a whole.
Ellen Page is in talks to star in the upcoming reboot of the 1990 sci-fi thriller "Flatliners" at Sony Pictures.
The Peter Filardi scripted original centered on five medical students - Kiefer Sutherland, Julia Roberts, Kevin Bacon, William Baldwin and Oliver Platt - who bring subject themselves to near-death experiences in order to see if anything lies beyond.
After being revived they soon find themselves struggling to determine fantasy from reality as physical manifestations of childhood sins revisit them.
Niels Arden Oplev ("Dead Man Down") will helm from a screenplay by Ben Ripley.