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Bad Moms Review

THE DAY THAT MOM QUIT   What does it mean to be a good mom? What does it mean to be a bad Mom? How does one raise their children? How do you balance your family life and your work life? These are all good questions and, for tense and purposes, there really isn’t a clear definitive answer on the

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Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising Review

NEIGHBORLY WARFARE (PART DEUX)   Frat comedies, a subgenre to “comedy movies”, have been timeless in their own right. Filled with humorous pranks, frat boys, and riffing on college aspect (as well as Greek life), the movies have been time-honored tradition to watch, with notable ones including National Lampoon’s Animal House, Van Wilder, Old school, and Accepted. Back in 2014,

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Captain America: Civil War Review

AN EPIC MARVEL BLOCKBUSTER   Throughout the years the Marvel Cinematic Universe has grown into a dominating force, seizing lucrative opportunities at the box-office as well as establishing its cannon of superheroes in its cinematic universe. Since Iron Man back in 2008, Marvel Studios has given millions of its fans and moviegoers, incredible and imaginative blockbuster stories of good and

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Captain America: The First Avenger Review

I’M JUST A KID FROM BROOKLYN   Yes, it’s almost here. The start of Marvel’s Phase III saga in their cinematic universe is about to begin very soon, beginning with Captain America: Civil War. With a lot of inherit hype to the project, expectations for this movie are through the roof. That being said, before venturing off to see Civil

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Ratchet And Clank Review

FOR LOVE OF THE GAME   Back in 2002, video game developing company Insomniac Games released a sci-fi action platformer game for the Playstation 2 console called Ratchet and Clank. The game followed Ratchet (a feline-looking character known as a Lombax, who is a mechanic) and Clank (a small sentient Zoni robot) as they journey across the universe and save

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The Huntsman: Winter’s War Review

BEWARE THE FROZEN HEART   After the success of Disney’s 2010 Alice in Wonderland, the movie studios of Hollywood started to revive and reimaging famous fairy tale stories through a new cinematic lens. In the 2012, two films offered two very distinct takes on the story of Snow White. While Mirror, Mirror (directed by Tarsem Singh) was a lighter and

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