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A Star is Born (2018) Review

A REMAKE THAT SHINES (NOT BURNS)   For some time now, Hollywood has been “going through the motions” of revisiting old feature films and “updating” for a modern audience; presenting them as remakes during this current age of cinematic endeavors. However, these remakes are generally not held in high regard; finding many to be a somewhat “easy target” for criticism

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War Dogs Review

GET RICH OR DIE TRYING   Director Todd Phillips has done solidified himself as a talented director in the comedy movie genre as well as writing and producing most of his features. After debuting “on the scene” as a director with the 1993 documentary movie Hated: GG Allin and the Murder Junkies, Phillips jumped into the foray of the comedy

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Aloha Review

CROWE’S ALOHA SAYS GOODBYE BEFORE EVERY SAYING HELLO Director Cameron Crowe has produced someone quite interesting movies over the years in Hollywood. First starting out as writer for the 1982 film Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Crowe directed the music video “Change Your Heart” for Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers before making his feature length debut of 1989’s Say Anything.

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American Sniper Review

CHASING DOWN THE LEGEND’S LEGEND There are a plethora of actors and film directors out there, seeking fame, fortune and the notion of making their impressionable mark on the great tapestry of movie history. Some are big and famous, while others are aspiring and relatively unknown. Actor / film director Clint Eastwood, a revered legendary icon of Hollywood, has found

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