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47 Meters Down: Uncaged Movie Review

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47 METERS DOWN: UNCAGED has more in common with Sharknado than its predecessor. The original 2017 film starring Mandy Moore was a non-stop anxiety fest, but its sequel is more worthy of a release on the SYFY Network rather than a movie theater experience. When your main characters aren't dying fast enough to end your misery, there's a huge problem.

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Cobra Kai's Ralph Macchio Wants A Redo On Season 2 Ending

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Ralph Macchio's Daniel LaRusso lost his cool in "Cobra Kai's" season 2 finale with his student and Johnny's boy Robby (Tanner Buchanan), but the actor didn't agree with the showrunners that Daniel should be the bad guy in that situation. In our sit down with the original karate kid, he's looking to make amends for his actions in season 3 which starts shooting in September.

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'Gordon Ramsay's Uncharted Guests Say He’s Nothing Like His Hell’s Kitchen Persona

Gordon Ramsay Uncharted interview

You won’t hear Gordon Ramsay calling any of his guests on his new show an “idiot sandwich.” The multi-Michelin-star chef and personality behind "Hell’s Kitchen," "MasterChef" and other cooking competition shows gets out of the kitchen and into the real world through food and adventure in National Geographic’s six-part series, “Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted.” He travels the world meeting indigenous people and local food experts to explore cultures, customs and exotic flavors unique to each location. Expect to see a softer side to Gordon Ramsay on the Nat Geo show, according to some of the local people who served as guides to his adventures.

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Movie Review On The Go: 'Scary Stories To Tell in the Dark'

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Guillermo del Toro brings us SCARY STORIES TO TELL IN THE DARK as a producer with Norwegian director Andre Ovredal at the helm. The PG-13 horror film is based on the Alvin Schwartz's series by the same name. Whether you like it or not depends on your familiarity with the books. Fans of the books will most likely be disappointed but casual horror fans will enjoy it. Watch our review while on the go. 

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'Cobra Kai's' Sensei William Zabka Recommends Martial Arts To Combat Bullying

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Cobra Kai rewrites KARATE KID movie history to make Johnny Lawrence, played by William Zabka, less of a bully and more of an anti-hero in a follow up to the 80s movie. The actor knows a thing or two about being on both sides, and CineMovie asked William at Comic Con about how bullying has changed over the years, and why martial arts is the answer.  Watch below.

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'El Norte' Returns To Movie Theaters For Hispanic Heritage Month and 35th Anniversary

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EL NORTE hit theaters 35 years ago this year, and the movie directed by Gregory Nava will return to celebrate its anniversary in select movie theaters for one day only on September 15.  Fathom and Lionsgate present the heartbreaking film about immigrants and the American Dream is more relevant today more than ever. The one-day event kicks off the first day of National Hispanic Heritage Month.

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Marvel Studio's Head of Visual Development Ryan Meinerding Talks Evolution of Avenger’s Costumes in ‘Endgame’ and Phase Four

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AVENGERS: ENDGAME encapsulates 11 years of the MCU, and brings to a close some of the Avenger's journey. The Marvel superheroes grew not only emotionally but their suits changed along with them. Marvel Studios' Head of Visual Development Ryan Meinerding's department was largely responsible for the look and feel of the Marvel Cinematic Universe throughout the last decade, and CineMovie chatted with him about how the suits mirrored the stories, and how their baseline was always the original comics.

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