Friday Film Review

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"Foxtrot" was the Israeli entry for Best Foreign Film at the 90th Academy Awards. Here's Barb Bretz with your Friday Film Review:

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Steven Spielberg goes back to the future in his spectacular new film, Ready Player One. Rick Brough has the Friday Film Review:

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A new film is loosely based on the first several days and events surrounding the death of one of history's most-feared dictators. But Linda Jager says "The Death of Stalin" is actually a funny political satire. She has this week's Friday Film Review

The new version of "Tomb Raider" is more than just a pretty face doing pull-ups. That's the word from Mark Harrington who has this week's Friday Film Review.

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A new movie, "Gringo," is a black comedy about ruthless people. Rick Brough has this week's Friday Film Review.

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Black Panther, the superhero blockbuster about the Marvel Comics character of the same name, continues to create box office magic.  Here's Barb Bretz with your Friday Film Review:

On the eve of the 2018 Winter Olympics, a look back at U.S. figure skating’s  biggest scandal has hit theaters in the new film I, Tonya. Linda Jager shares her thoughts of the film in today’s Friday Film Review.

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The Greatest Showman is a musical drama about the life and achievements of legendary P.T. Barnum -- and a feast for the senses. Here's Barb Bretz with this week's Friday Film Review. 

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Packed with symbolism and social issues, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri is creating Oscar buzz in several categories, including Best Film of the Year. Here's Barb Bretz with this week's Friday Film Review.

Film Roundtable - December 8, 2017

Dec 9, 2017
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Join KPCW's Rick Brough and his panelists Jill Orschel, Libby Wadman and Mark Harrington in a lively discussion of what to expect and watch out for at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival, fall and winter favorites, Christmas movie memories, uber-relevant themes showing up in current movies, and, of course, Lady Bird.

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