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Babylon (2022) Review

A MAGNIFICENT DISASTER   Stephen Spielberg, Francis Ford Coppola, Stanley Kubrick, Martin Scorsese, and Christopher Nolan are just some of the names of such legendary directors that have graced the silver screen in their abilities to create such memorable motion pictures throughout their career. Amongst these famed directors that have earned their place from the commonplace household to hallowed halls

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Puss in Boots: The Last Wish (2022) Review

TEAM FRIENDSHIP!   The Shrek franchise has been around for quite some time, which showcased the potential that DreamWorks Animation Studios could achieve in their flagship series of Ogres, Princesses, Talking Donkeys, and other fairy tales creatures from the “Once Upon a Time” realm. Though a long-running franchise, the Shrek saga has indeed petered out of steam, with the last

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Amsterdam (2022) Review

AN EXHAUSTING, LACKLUSTER, AND MESSY ENDEAVOR   Movie projects have always attracted the attention of actors and actresses alike in the lead roles, with a plethora of strong acting talent being able (and capable) of carrying the feature on his / her shoulders. That being said, when it comes to a director massing a collective grouping of acting talents for

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Beast (2022) Review

A PASSABLE ENDEAVOR, YET NOT MUCH OF A “ROAR” IN THIS BEAST   Survival movies have been around for quite some time and have had mixed results with viewers. Tales of death-defying moments of surviving the unbridled wrath of natural elements, surreal circumstances, and unlucky situations have always been fixed point of fascination with storytelling, leading to one suspense after

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The Fabelmans (2022) Review (675th Review)

SPIELBERG’S PASSION PROJECT   Throughout the years, Hollywood has seen many famed directors rise to become legendary within the filmmaking industry, ascending on their own meticulous directorial merits when approaching a motion picture. Alfred Hitchcock, Stanley Kubrick, Clint Eastwood, Cecil B. DeMille, and Francis Ford Coppola are just some of the names of the great ones that have made their

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The School for Good and Evil (2022) Review

UNHAPPILY “NEVER / EVER” AFTER   Once upon a time…..! The classic introduction to some of the beloved fairy tales of courageous heroes, whimsical princesses, and wicked villains. The mythmaking of fairy tales has always found a fascinating subject to all, taking the classic narratives (both the dark original ones and commonplace iterations) and expanding upon them in creative ways.

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Violent Night (2022) Review

YOU BETTER WATCH OUT….   Santa, Father Christmas, Saint Nicholas, Saint Nick, Kris Kringle, and so on and so forth. There are many names to the fictional character of Santa Claus, but all speak to the same iconic figure around the holiday season character (mainly from the Western Christian culture) who is said to bring gifts to the homes of

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Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris (2022) Review

“IT’S NOT SEWING, IT’S MAKING MOONLIGHT”   The harsh façade of reality can be felt upon everyone, regardless of sex, gender, nationality, or social status in society. The mundane, the tiresome, and the complexed moments that we all face that are always heaped upon an individual on a daily basis can really wear an individual down. Thus, after a long

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Avatar: The Way of Water (2022) Review

THE WAY OF WATER HAS NO BEGINNING OR END…   In 2009, with large blockbuster endeavors exploding into movie theaters throughout the year, including Star Trek, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, Fast & Furious, and Terminator: Salvation, 20th the year closed out with the release of Avatar, an ambitious sci-fi blockbuster that set the bar high for visual effect storytelling.

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