Tag Archives: Jack Reynor

Kin (2018) Review

A MESSY HODEPODGE OF IDEAS   A famous quote reads “nothing is stronger than a sister’s bond”. While no one can really deny that in intangible feeling, the same can be said (and argued) over the bond between brothers. Yes, a relationship with a sibling a brother (be it fraternal, step brother, or adopted) can be one that produces a

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Detroit (2017) Review

IT’S TIME WE KNEW   Director Kathryn Bigelow has had an interesting career. While she had started out by doing several small projects (i.e. short films and music videos), Bigelow, who was once married to famed director James Cameron (the director behind Titanic, Avatar, and Aliens), began to produce feature films, including the popular 1991 action film Point Break, which

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Transformers: Age of Extinction Review

GO BIG OR GO HOME Michael Bay’s Transformers cinematic movies have been down a rocky road. Debuting back in 2007, the first film (Transformers) was met with some scrutiny from critics and from fans of the Hasbro toys franchise, but raked in big money (Over 700 million) at the world box office. The film ultimately proved strong enough to warrant

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