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Breakthrough (2019) Review

OF HOPE, FAITH, AND CINEMATIC PREDICTABLENESS   Whether we believe in it or not, the power miracles are something that many have been fascinated for years. The idea of something extraordinary happen in an otherwise unforeseen and unexpected way is hoping displayed of giving hope and sense of inspiration to whatever when the “miracle” occurs from a bleak / terrible

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Shazam! (2019) Review

A WILDLY FUN (YET CONVENTIONAL) SUPERHERO MOVIE   As Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) continues to provide moviegoers everywhere with its extensive cinematic library of Marvel character superhero adventures, the DCEU is trying to play catch up with its own realm of costumed heroes and superhuman beings. The studio, which falls under the movie studio control of Warner Bros. Pictures, has

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Pet Sematary (2019) Review

SOMETIMES DEAD IS BETTER   In the literary world, author Stephen King has been considered to be the “master of horror”; cultivating a steady collection of novels that expanded upon that ideas of that moniker name as well as producing a variety of fictional worlds in the suspense, supernatural, and dark fantasy realm. It’s no wonder that Hollywood would eventually

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Happy Death Day 2U (2019) Review

A “KILLER” PARADOXICAL SEQUEL   In 2017, Blumhouse Productions, a filmmaking studio that commonly produces horror style feature films, found critical and monetary success that year with their releases of Spilt and Get Out; both of which gained positive reviews from critics and moviegoers alike. In amongst those two popular releases, the studio also released the movie Happy Death Day;

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Alita: Battle Angel (2019) Review

VISUALLY ENTERTAINING, BUT INCOMPLETE   Over the past thirty years, the stylish cartoon tales of Japanese anime has all been a popular genre for many; findings this animated realm appealing with its variety of stories to tell. Given the plethora of different styles of anime (ranging from feature films to TV series), it comes as no surprise that Hollywood has

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