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Slay All Day

See 1980s Tybee in a beloved slasher flick
AH, Tybee Island. Miley Cyrus shared a passionate kiss on your pier for The Last Song.

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Review: Transformers: The Last Knight

If nothing else, T5 is the first movie in the franchise that could be described as educational.

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Enjoy the Silence

Comedy classic The General gets a new score at Tybee Post
The 1926 film is a landmark achievement for Buster Keaton and American cinema

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Review: Wonder Woman

In the grand scheme of all things cinematically superheroic, Wonder Woman takes its cue from the greatest of all such films. Like 1978’s Superman, this new movie views its central figure as someone to admire without reservation.

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Review: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

As is the case with many superhero sagas, this one doesn’t know when to quit, with a generous 136-minute running time mostly felt during the CGI-choked finale.

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Review: Baywatch

The MVP is, of course, the impossibly appealing Dwayne Johnson, cast as head lifeguard Mitch. The film has fun playing off the actor’s image as everyone’s best – and best-built – buddy, and he’s equally ingratiating whether receiving or (more often) delivering the cutting zingers.

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Review: Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales

For a movie that never stops moving, Dead Men Tell No Tales is astoundingly dull, choked to death by expensive CGI, lumbering set-pieces, and a script seemingly cobbled together even after production was underway.

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Review: King Arthur: Legend of the Sword

As Arthur, Hunnam displays little of the authority or magnetism integral to the character, although, to be honest, nobody really stands out in this blasé grouping.

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Review: Snatched

Here’s another grasping summertime slog that promisingly pairs two popular actresses and then puts them through nonsensical material.

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The New Documentarians 'Feed The Hungry'

Local filmmakers at Georgia Film Academy turn their lens to good works
LAST FALL, when Will Martin and Kareem McMichael were enrolled in the Georgia Film Academy at Savannah Technical College, they needed to find a film set to work on in order to fulfill the internship portion of the program.

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Film Biz Recycling serves Savannah’s production industry while cutting waste

In Hollywood, where there are cavernous prop warehouses, some props get returned to storage or donated. For productions shot anywhere else—including Savannah—chances are that it all ends up in the garbage.

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The winning trifecta of Soul Proprietors

Film competition shines light on commerce, creativity and kindness
It’s a simple equation: Three local businesses plus three local charities, divided up amongst three local film crews. The resulting films are ranked, and the winner walks away with a four-figure check.

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Review: The Promise

The trio dominating this picture is a lackluster one, with Oscar Isaac, Christian Bale and Charlotte Le Bon unable to bring much dimension to their threadbare characters

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