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2022 – The original R-rated upcoming movie used deepfake technology to cut out more than 30 F-words to earn a PG-13 rating

Download here “Fall.” lion gate Deepfake technology has been used to replace the more than 30 uses of the F-word in the upcoming movie Fall. The director, Scott Mann, is also the co-CEO of artificial intelligence company Flawless. Instead of spending more money on re-recording, Mann used Flawless technology to achieve a PG-13 rating. The upcoming thriller used deepfake technology ...

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2022 – Eiffel Review – Famous tower builder gets a big sassy backstory | Movie

Download here sWhat a super silly and amazing silliness here…and a bit of innocent fun too. Eiffel is a well-produced historical drama, Lloyd Webber’s wildly crazy romantic fantasy about the construction of the Eiffel Tower in Paris in 1889 to celebrate the centenary of the Revolution. Screenwriter Caroline Bongrand envisions (ie: totally invents) the backstory of the great engineer Gustave ...

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2022 – Ashton Kutcher is ‘happy to be alive’ after an autoimmune disease leaves him blind and deaf | Movie

Ashton Kutcher said he was “lucky to be alive” after being diagnosed with an autoimmune disease he says left him without sight, hearing and balance. The actor revealed his diagnosis of vasculitis – an autoimmune disease that leads to inflammation of blood vessels – during an episode of Running Wild With Bear Grylls: The Challenge. In a clip from the ...

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2022 – Lana Song Review – A popular lyrical love story that doesn’t go beyond hippie nonsense | Movie

Download here THis Canadian low-budget film has the heart in the right place and sweetly tells the story of folk-singing hippie lovers who break up and find each other again years later. Unfortunately, production values ​​indicate that the crew must either be apprentice or have worked in the beer and leftovers industry. Perhaps this is the startling contrast between the ...

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2022 – Two Dawn Review – Powerful workplace drama about safety shortcomings | Movie

Download here TTurkish director Salman Nakar made a strong impression at last year’s San Sebastian Film Festival with his feature-length debut, a grueling drama about workplace neglect. His understated narrative style and sense of malicious bureaucratic evasion reminded me of the Roman New Wave: particularly the portrayal of Erdem Şenocak as Yasin, a boring corporate lawyer whose job is to ...

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2022 – The Hating Game Review – A sweet Manhattan rom-com that easily falls under | Movie

THis romantic comedy, set in a Manhattan publishing house, is as boring and easy to devour as soft waffles served on a hot day. It’s basically a viscous extrusion of sugar, trans fats, and air trapped in a membranous form. Director Peter Hutchings adapted Sally Thorne’s bestselling novel of the same name, pitting outrageous executive assistant Lucy (Lucy Hale, from ...

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2022 – Las Brisas Kids Review – The power of music in a decaying society | Movie

aOpening this excellent film about El Sistema, Venezuela’s revolutionary music education programme, founder José Antonio Abreu testifies to the “spiritual wealth” that music brings to people from poor backgrounds. Of course he is right, but as we follow three students from 2009 to 2019 as Venezuelan society collapses, the documentary Marianela Maldonado tests that liberal piety in the face of ...

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