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HAPPIEST SEASON (2020): New Trailer From Kristen Stewart, Mackenzie Davis, Dan Levy, Alison Brie…

Happiest Season (2020), Kristen Stewart, Hulu
Happiest Season (2020), Kristen Stewart, Hulu

Read my spoiler-free movie review of  Happiest Season (2020).


Starring Kristen Stewart, Mackenzie Davis, directed and co-written by Clea DuVall; Happiest Season is a new holiday romantic comedy all about wanting your family’s acceptance, being exactly yourself, and trying hard not to ruin Christmas.

Additional key cast includes Michelle Buteau, Aubrey Plaza, Dan Levy and Alison Brie.

Very happy is how I feel to see another Christmas movie trailer this week. Especially so since this looks like quite a good, fun movie, thanks in part to the comedy. And of course I’ll be gladly taking in all the gorgeous lights and decorations.

Jake McDorman, Mary Steenburgen, Clea DuVall, Victor Garber, Sarayu Blue, Ana Gasteyer, Mary Holland, Caroline Harris and Burl Moseley also star.

Happiest Season Release Dates: November 25th, 2020 (US); November 27th, 2020 (UK)…

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THE TURNING (2020): New Trailer From Mackenzie Davis, Finn Wolfhard, Brooklynn Prince…

The Turning (2020), Mackenzie Davis, Universal Pictures
The Turning (2020), Mackenzie Davis, Universal Pictures

The Turning is  the new Floria Sigismondi directed modern retelling of Henry Jame’s The Turn Of The Screw.

Starring Mackenzie Davis , Finn Wolfhard and Brooklyn Prince, The Turning is the story of a young governess who’s hired to take care of two young children after the deaths of the children’s parents…

I want to see this one to find out just how amused I’ll be when I see that regardless of all the seemingly blatant early signs pointing to things being nowhere near right in that house, Davis’s character decides to remain.

Also, I was really quite ready for this movie to be released just in time for Halloween; but no.

Mark Huberman, Barbara Marten, Niall Greig Fulton, Kim Adis, Denna Thomsen and Karen Egan also star.

The Turning Release Dates: January 24th, 2020 (US)….

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TERMINATOR – DARK FATE (2019): NEw Trailer From Mackenzie Davis, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Linda Hamilton…

Terminator - Dark Fate (2019), Linda Hamilton, Paramaount Pictures
Terminator – Dark Fate (2019), Linda Hamilton, Paramaount Pictures

Directed by Tim Miller of Deadpool (2016) and starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Linda Hamilton plus Mackenzie Davis, Terminator – Dark Fate is the next instalment in the celebrated science fiction story that started with James Cameron’s The Terminator back in 1984.

The official plot hasn’t yet been released but additional key cast does include Gabriel Luna, Diego Boneta, Natalia Reyes, Brett Azar…

‘Wow’ is the word because this trailer looks really good. Fans of Cameron’s first and second Terminator Movies movie are no doubt excited to see Hamilton back as the rather badass Sarah Conner.

Right aways I know I like Davis as Grace, whoever Grace is. I’m also excited to hopefully find Luna’s Terminator character to be as perfectly loathsome as Robert Patrick’s great portrayal of T-1000 from Terminator 2 – Judgement Day (1991).

Terminator – Dark Fate Release Dates: October 23rd, 2019 (UK); November 1st, 2019 (US & CAN)…

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ALWAYS SHINE (2016): For Mackenzie Davis’s Performance…

Always Shine (2016), Mackenzie Davis
Always Shine (2016), Mackenzie Davis

Starring Mackenzie Davis and Caitlin Fitzgerald as ‘so-called friends’, Always Shine is an example of what can happen when jealousy between friends gets out of control.

Davis’s portrayal of a jealous friend is definitely my favourite thing about Always Shine. Neither of the two lead characters comes across as perfect. Yet, up until this point, I don’t think I’d ever seen a friendship up close, that was so poisonous and shady. Davis, Fitzgerald and director Sophia Takal did a good job of creating tension.

Always Shine (2016), Mackenzie Davis, Caitlin FitzGerald
Always Shine (2016), Mackenzie Davis, Caitlin FitzGerald

Admittedly, towards the end I did get quite lost in regards to precisely what was going on and all that it meant.  Still, I say, watch Always Shine for Davis’s very memorable performance and maybe you will kindly  explain to me what the end is all about.

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