• Fighting with My Family (2019) Review

    WRESTLING WITH HEART   Standing alongside the usual line-up of big budgeted blockbusters, run-of-the-mill horrors features, and the plethora of “page to screen” adaptations, the storytelling format of “sports themed”

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  • Dora and the Lost City of Gold (2019) Review

    A FUN, YET DATED EXPLORATION   Back in August of 2000, Nickelodeon debuted the show Dora the Explorer during its Nick Jr. scheduled block. Created by Chris Gifford, Valerie Walsh

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  • Wonder Park (2019) Review

    BIG IMAGINATION THAT FALTERS IN ITS POTENTIAL   Imagination is a powerful thing. It’s the essence of exploring and developing creativity at its fullest; unleashing wild and crazy ideas that

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  • Cold Pursuit (2019) Review

    AN UNEVEN DARK HUMOR THRILLER   Actor Liam Neeson has definitely made a name for himself in Hollywood. The Northern Ireland actor has turned a fine career of being leading

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  • Little (2019) Review

    BIG IDEAS, LITTLE VALUE   The idea of individuals “switch places” has been commonplace theme throughout the years of filmmaking. This can be a combination of trading lifestyles (Trading Places),

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Where’d You Go Bernadette (2019) Review

A QUIRKY, CONFUSING, AND BLAND DRAMEDY   Film adaptations from bestselling books are a dime a dozen of recent Hollywood feature endeavors. The idea of “page to screen” isn’t exactly new or anything, but it has proven to work by bringing to life popular novels, beloved tales, and bestselling literary stories to the silver screen. The inherit hype of bringing

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A Madea Family Funeral (2019) Review

A MESSY SLAPDASH FAREWELL   Tough, crass, and always has something to say, Mabel “Madea” Simmons is a fictional character that was created by actor/ writer / director (yeah that’s quite an impressive list) Tyler Perry. This elderly African-American character has been fan-favorite of Perry’s works, debuting her in his recorded stage play I Can Do Bad All by Myself

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The Art of Racing in the Rain (2019) Review

A DERIVATIVE AND FAMILIAR DRAMEDY   Over the past several years, movies narratives about dogs have taken center stage; tugging at the heartstrings of viewer’s attention with their cuteness and emotional struggles. The idea of “man’s best friend” has always been a fascinating format for audience members to care about the friendship / companionship between a canine (whatever the breed

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