Movies

By STAFF REPORT

This month’s meeting of The Backlot: A Place for Filmmakers will be busy Monday, April 20, with a cinematographer, a casting call and the screening of an award-winning short film on the docket.

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By WIRE SERVICE

A Google search or an iMessage may seem an unlikely source of dramatic tension for a movie. But the new horror thriller “Unfriended,” opening April 17, takes these routine actions in our daily digital lives and turns them into moments of fear and dread.

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By BARRY COURTER

So, apparently I was the only one (and a few people who were out of town all weekend) not to have a picture taken with actor Elijah Wood.

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It brings something new to the romance genre: bull riding.

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By ASSOCIATED PRESS

FAQ's about the movie.

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By ASSOCIATED PRESS

The experience of watching “Home,” an earnest exercise that falls flat, despite the best of intentions.

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By CASEY PHILLIPS

Chattanooga’s support for film has come a long way in the five years since Chris Dortch II’s only option for screening indie and genre works was on a white sheet hung on any bare wall that would have him.

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By ASSOCIATED PRESS

Kevin Hart finds himself shoehorned into a Will Ferrell buddy comedy in “Get Hard,” a politically incorrect romp that only rarely romps.

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By STAFF REPORT

A limited run of “Jerusalem 3D,” a film that explores a tiny piece of land sacred to three major religions, returns to the Tennessee Aquarium.

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By STAFF REPORT

Nearly twice as many films, a bigger screen and a new venue await movie buffs at the Lookout Wild Film Festival this weekend.

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