• Hobbs & Shaw Official Trailer #2

    Luke and Deckard must save the world (and try to kill each other) as Universal Pictures released the new trailer for their upcoming spin-off film Hobbs & Shaw. View trailer

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  • Cinematic Flashback: The Pagemaster (1994) Review

    Fiction A to Z…. where is possible. Where a boy’s imagination can take root and grow to incredible heights, where a boy’s courage is wind that moves him to discovery,

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  • X-Men: Dark Phoenix Official Final Trailer

    Every hero has a dark side as 20th Century Fox releases the official final trailer for their upcoming superhero film X-Men: Dark Phoenix (or simply known as Dark Phoenix). View

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  • Shazam! (2019) Review

    A WILDLY FUN (YET CONVENTIONAL) SUPERHERO MOVIE   As Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) continues to provide moviegoers everywhere with its extensive cinematic library of Marvel character superhero adventures, the DCEU

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  • Pet Sematary (2019) Review

    SOMETIMES DEAD IS BETTER   In the literary world, author Stephen King has been considered to be the “master of horror”; cultivating a steady collection of novels that expanded upon

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Happy Death Day 2U (2019) Review

A “KILLER” PARADOXICAL SEQUEL   In 2017, Blumhouse Productions, a filmmaking studio that commonly produces horror style feature films, found critical and monetary success that year with their releases of Spilt and Get Out; both of which gained positive reviews from critics and moviegoers alike. In amongst those two popular releases, the studio also released the movie Happy Death Day;

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Alita: Battle Angel (2019) Review

VISUALLY ENTERTAINING, BUT INCOMPLETE   Over the past thirty years, the stylish cartoon tales of Japanese anime has all been a popular genre for many; findings this animated realm appealing with its variety of stories to tell. Given the plethora of different styles of anime (ranging from feature films to TV series), it comes as no surprise that Hollywood has

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Us (2019) Review

THE TIES THAT BIND US   Over the past several years, Jordan Peele has definitely been making a name for himself on both the big and small screen. While he started in small roles on shows like MADtv, Childrens Hospital, and Fargo, Peele gained some notoriety when he started on the sketch comedy TV show Key & Peele, which aired

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Five Feet Apart (2019) Review

THE FAULT IN OUR TEEN ROMANCE   It goes without saying that teen movies have become a dime a dozen in the Hollywood industry of filmmaking. While it’s most a subgenre of sorts (could be various film genres), teen movies have been around for some time, with some fan favorites being produced back in 80s like Sixteen Candles, The Breakfast

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