• The Little Things (2021) Review

    INCONCLUSIVE   In amongst the various popular film genres of action, comedy, horror, and sci-fi, the subgenre crime suspense thrillers have subverted itself with mystery, intrigue, and narrative driven storytelling.

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  • Luca Official Teaser Trailer

    A summer of adventure and wonder begins as Walt Disney Studios and Pixar Animation releases the official teaser trailer for their upcoming film Luca. View trailer below.

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  • Son of the South (2021) Review

    AN INFORMATIVE, YET A MIDDLING FILM   Over the years, the dramatic efforts of biopic endeavors have been something of a cinematic fascination with Hollywood, finding filmmaking talents both in

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  • Outside the Wire (2021) Review

    AN INTERESTING PREMISE THAT (GENERICALLY AND DREARILY) FIZZLES OUT   With the rise of the streaming services, Netflix, the major contender in this arena, has certainly “stepped up their game”

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  • Mortal Kombat Official Trailer

    An ancient tournament is reborn as Warner Bros. Pictures releases the official trailer for their upcoming reboot film Mortal Kombat. View trailer below.

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Wolfwalkers (2020) Review

A STUNNING AND BEAUTIFUL ANIMATED FILM OF ARTISTRY INTEGRITY   While major animated studios such as Disney, Pixar, and Illumination Entertainment have dominated the cinematic limelight, with their animated features topping the charts at the worldwide box office and being fan favorites to many, some smaller studios have had their share in the spotlight; producing some of the finest and

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The Old Guard (2020) Review

I’VE BEEN HERE BEFORE!   For the past two decades, comic book superhero of the graphic novel variety has dominated the blockbuster tentpoles of major film studios and yearly release dates; drawing upon the large-than-life heroics for various origin features, solo films, and team-up endeavors. Naturally, the properties of Marvel and DC Comics have been the more prominent usage of

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Monster Hunter (2020) Review

BLAND, BORING, AND UTTERLY FORGETFUL   The premise of a video game film adaptation has been a somewhat “double-edged” sword and proven multiple times over that statement throughout the past thirty some odd years. The idea of translating a popular / bestselling video game into a cinematic tales has definitely has an alluring effect and can take viewers on a

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Soul (2020) Review

A BEAUTIFUL REMINDER TO NOT MISS OUT ON THE JOYS OF LIFE   Pixar Studios has become the premiere powerhouse animated studio for nearly the past twenty-five years; producing some of the more memorable and beloved animated feature films that have seeing a theatrical release. While other studios have indeed produced hits (i.e. DreamWorks, Illumination Entertainment, Blu Sky, Warner Bros

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Wonder Woman 1984 (2020) Review

WW84 IS OKAY. BUT IT CAN BE BETTER! In 2017, after the decisively mixed reviews and thoughts on 2016’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad, Warner Bros. Studios and DC Comics released Wonder Woman, the fourth entry in the studio superhero cinematic universe of the DCEU (DC Extended Universe). Directed by Patty Jenkins, the film, which starred

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Come Away (2020) Review

AN OVERSTUFFED AND PREPLEXING ORIGIN TALE OF SORTS   The stories of both Peter Pan and Alice in Wonderland have been beloved tales for generations to hear about; conjuring up imaginative fantasies of courageous adventures in Neverland and bizarre wonders in Wonderland. Throughout the years, the tales written by author / playwright J.M. Barrie and author Lewis Carroll have enchanted

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