• 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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  • Midway Official Trailer

    The courage of a few will change the fate of the world as Lionsgate releases the official trailer for Roland Emmerich’s latest war drama Midway. View trailer below.

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Overcomer (2019) Review

WHAT DEFINES WHO YOU ARE?   Looking beyond the standard releases of expensive superhero features, lavishing period piece dramas, gruesomely violent horror endeavors, popular animated films, so-so comedy pieces, and a plethora of “page to screen” adaptations, faith-based movies get their usual yearly releases; presenting narratives of religious nuances within their storytelling. The ideas of a person (or group) facing

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47 Meters Down: Uncaged (2019) Review

DEAD IN THE WATER   Back in 2017, in a summer time release of favorable / anticipated movie releases like Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Wonder Woman, Spider-Man: Homecoming, and War for the Planet of the Apes, the release of 47 Meters Down was a bit of a surprise. Directed by Johannes Roberts, the film, which starred Mandy Moore

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Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark (2019) Review

A DELIGHTFULLY SCARY TALE   Years before literary author R.L. Stine released his ghoulish scary stories for kids in his Goosebumps series, Alvin Schwartz created Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark; scaring up young readers with its spooky tales within. First released in 1981, Schwartz’s creation (in case you didn’t know) is a collection of scary stories that are

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Brian Banks (2019) Review

AN INSPIRATIONAL (YET STANDARD) BIOPIC DRAMA   Nowadays, biopic drama movies have become all the rage, with many Hollywood studios fascinated with the framing work of these endeavors. While not breaking new cinematic ground, biopic movies showcase a person (or person) or a particular event that shaped to be something of value; be it tragedy, inspirational, or just simply a

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Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw (2019) Review

A FUN “GUILTY PLEASURE” SPIN-OFF ENDEAVOR   The Fast & Furious movie franchise has certainly been a long and enduring one. Beginning back in 2001, this cinematic franchise has evolved into something more than just simply showcasing the underworld of street racing and the daring nuances of bad guys versus cops (and other morally conflicted individuals in-between). While the first

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Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019) Review

TARANTINO’S CINEMATIC “LOVER LETTER”   Film director Quentin Tarantino has certainly made a name for himself in Hollywood and within the public’s eye of moviegoers everywhere with his feature film endeavors. Rather than churning out a lengthy filmography of “hit or miss” directorial film works, Tarantino has meticulously selected and crafted his directorial works in a certain way that only

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Ugly Dolls (2019) Review

AN COLORFUL (AND IMPERFECT) ANIMATED ADVENTURE   Animated movies are still “all the rage” with current Hollywood. While not a groundbreaking new arena to pioneer in, the Tinseltown industry of moviemaking has always endeavored to provide animated cartoon features for children for countless years, creating a long line of animated films from a variety of different studios. While some of

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