Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw (2019) Review

A FUN “GUILTY PLEASURE” SPIN-OFF ENDEAVOR   The Fast & Furious movie franchise has certainly been a long and enduring one. Beginning back in 2001, this cinematic franchise has evolved into something more than just simply showcasing the underworld of street racing and the daring nuances of bad guys versus cops (and other morally conflicted individuals in-between). While the first

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Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019) Review

TARANTINO’S CINEMATIC “LOVER LETTER”   Film director Quentin Tarantino has certainly made a name for himself in Hollywood and within the public’s eye of moviegoers everywhere with his feature film endeavors. Rather than churning out a lengthy filmography of “hit or miss” directorial film works, Tarantino has meticulously selected and crafted his directorial works in a certain way that only

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Ugly Dolls (2019) Review

AN COLORFUL (AND IMPERFECT) ANIMATED ADVENTURE   Animated movies are still “all the rage” with current Hollywood. While not a groundbreaking new arena to pioneer in, the Tinseltown industry of moviemaking has always endeavored to provide animated cartoon features for children for countless years, creating a long line of animated films from a variety of different studios. While some of

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Crawl (2019) Review

A SURPRISING GATOR TERROR FLICK   While the horror genre has boasted bountiful delight of bloody slashers, psychological thrillers, and paranormal supernaturalism, the usage of animal predators has been known and utilized in various formats and presentation throughout the years. While not exclusively to the horror genre (a combination with another genre), most of these creature predators-centric movies have commonly

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