• Dolittle (2020) Review

    I’M NOT A PRISONER OF FEAR, BUT THIS MOVIE IS!   The tales of Doctor Dolittle have certainly been wonderous and promotes good heartedly family adventures by taking an individual

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  • Bad Boys for Life (2020) Review

    THE BOYS ARE BACK!   Back in 1995, director Michael Bay and producer Jerry Bruckheimer release the film Bad Boys; releasing the motion picture during heyday of 90s era action-oriented

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  • Like a Boss (2020) Review

    A THINLY WRITTEN AND FORMULAIC COMEDY   Over the years, comedy motion pictures have had a different of varieties of platforms in undertaking a comedic (laugh-out-loud) storytelling within the guise

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  • The Grudge (2020) Review

    A CURSE THAT HAS RUN OUT OF CINEMATIC GAS   In 2004, American audiences were introduced to the supernatural horrors in the movie The Grudge, which was a remake of

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  • Morbius Official Teaser Trailer

    A new tragic antihero rises as Sony / Columbus Pictures (in association with Marvel) releases the official teaser trailer for the upcoming superhero film Morbius. View trailer below.

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Little Women (2019) Review

A SOLID “COMING OF AGE” TRIMUPH   In the classic arena of literary works, Louisa May Alcott’s novel titled Little Women has earned it spot amongst the ranks of other fictional greats such as Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre, Jane Austen’s Pride & Prejudice, F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby, and Leo Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina. Published originally in two volumes in

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The Hustle (2019) Review

A BLAND, UNORIGINAL, AND FLAT OUT BORING CON ARTIST CAPPER   Within the recent decade or so, Hollywood has continued to its fixation of sequels, prequels, and reboots within a variety of motion picture projects across the various movie genres. The results have different opinions of these new iterations, with some offering up a fun / genius continuation of its

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Dark Waters (2019) Review

THE DARK TRUTH BEHIND THE “FOREVER CHEMICAL” EXPOSED   As many theatrical feature film endeavors have delved into fictional arena to find its narrative storytelling, others have taken strides into the more “real world”, with various accounts (albeit through a cinematic filmmaking lens) of depicting / examining lives and events of world and how sometimes the truth (the real truth)

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Klaus (2019) Review

A CHRISTMAS ANIMATED MIRACLE   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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Cats (2019) Review

JELLICLE CATS COME OUT TO PLAY. HOOPER’S CATS IS IN DISARRAY.   Composer and impresario of musical theatres, Andrew Lloyd Weber has indeed been a “hallmark” name of theatrical stage production; drawing in viewers with his dazzling narratives and lyrical songs that have stayed memorable throughout the years. With such big musical shows, including The Phantom of the Opera, Joseph

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Ford v Ferrari (2019) Review

GO AHEAD, CARROLL. GO TO WAR!   Over the years, director James Mangold has done the “director’s round robin” in the Hollywood circulate of filmmaking. While he hasn’t exactly been “Pidgeon hold” to a particular style of genre, Mangold has certainly proven himself to be a very versatile director with several of his feature productions; dabbling in the realms of

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