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Nobody (2021) Review

ME….. I’M NOBODY   The film genre of the action variety has seeing a plethora of various narratives being told that boasts plenty of action sequences that cater to the fascinations of brawling, fighting, and vigilante style grit. Within this genre is the subgenre-esque narrative constructs of a “one man army”; a tale of a person so lethal, dangerous, and

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Mortal Kombat (2021) Review

A NEW AGE OF KOMBAT IS JUST OKAY   Two words…. Mortal Kombat! In the pantheon of long running video game series or pillars of gaming franchises, the Mortal Kombat franchise has endured over the years; spanning a wide variety of video gaming consoles and generations of eager players that want to get wrapped up within this visceral and violent

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Senior Moment (2021) Review

A DREADFULLY DULL (AND TOTALLY UNMEMORABLE) TIME WASTER   The wild and crazy antics of old men and women gathering together and getting into a wide variety of mischief has been somewhat of a comedic touch throughout the years. While not exactly a particular subgenre within the comedy film genre, this set premise of depicting elderly has found humor within

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The Courier (2021) Review

A RESPECTABLE (YET FAMILIAR) ESPIONAGE DRAMA   History has recounted the events of the Cold War as a geopolitical between the Soviet Union and the United States and their respectable allies. Taking place after the events of World War II and beginning (more or less) from the Truman Doctrine in 1947 to the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991,

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Godzilla vs. Kong (2021) Review

LET THEM FIGHT!   In the mid-2010s, Hollywood took another chance in the iconic Japanese giant kaiju monster creation with the movie Godzilla; presenting viewers with a potential first installment in a planned shared cinematic universe dubbed “MonsterVerse”. Beginning with 2014’s Godzilla, this shared cinematic universe followed the story of several humans who witness the rise of several monstrous creatures identified

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My Salinger Year (2021)

THE DEVIL READS SALINGER   The literary world is filled with plenty of famous authors that have gone on to cultivate a mass following with their works; becoming classic within their own right and touching the lives of many individuals and many generations around the world. Of course, the inane quirks and obscure facts are many of them adds an

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Zack Snyder’s Justice League (2021) Review

FAITH RESTORED, LONG LIVE THE SNYDER CUT!   In 2017, Warner Bros. Studios released Justice League, the fifth film of the established DCEU (DC Extended Universe) and the third film in the series to be directed by Zack Snyder. The film, which starred the likes of Henry Cavill, Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot, and Jason Momoa, picked up after the events

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Tom & Jerry (2021) Review

A BLAND ENDEAVOR THAT DOESN’T QUITE PAN CORRECTLY   Tom & Jerry. The beloved and iconic cartoon cat and mouse duo has been in the public for nearly 80 years; spanning a wide variety of programs to keep their shenanigans acts very much alive from one generation to the next. For those who don’t know these particular animated characters, the

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Judas and the Black Messiah (2021) Review

OF A MESSIAH AND HIS BETRAYER   For roughly the past decade, Hollywood has turned its gaze towards narratives that are “based on a true story”; looking to prompt viewers with real-world interest underneath a cinematic lens. While there have been a multitude these types of endeavors from gripping biographies or uncovering formidable cover ups, Tinseltown has seeing an interest

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