Tag Archives: Jason Clarke

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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Chappaquiddick (2018) Review

TRUTH IS STRANGER (AND SCANDALOUS) THAN FICTION   There have been many things people have been fascinated with; a variety of peoples, places, things, and events that are “coveted” in talking, discussing, debating, or just simply to be intrigued about from the past to something prevalent in today’s world (and society). Perhaps one of the most “intriguing” in United States

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Dawn of the Planet of the Apes Review

A DAWN OF GREATNESS   The Planet of the Apes movie has been iconic in history of Hollywood movies since its first movie (Planet of the Apes) back in 1968. With its infamous story of intelligent apes that dominate the human race, to its famous lines (“You damn dirty apes!”, etc.), The Planet of the Apes have been a part

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Everest Review

A TERRIFIC CINEMATIC TALE OF BRAVERY AND SACRIFICE   Movies that are “based on a true story” are somewhat tricky to pull off. For all tense and purposes, history has already catalogue the events and the accounts of the lives (whether participated or affected by) has been well-documented. It’s for that reasons why “based on a true story” movies are

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Terminator: Genisys Review

THE CURIOUS PARADOX OF GENISYS Back in 1984, before today’s age of dystopian futures and its fixation in mainstream pop culture, director James Cameron premiered his sci-fi adventure film Terminator. As a film, Terminator was hit and vacuumed movie cult popularity for many years along with character lines and imagery that have since become iconic by many. From there, a

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Child 44 Review

FROM RUSSIA WITH NO LOVE British writer Tom Rob Smith book titled Child 44 has become an international bestseller. First published back in 2008, this first novel of a trilogy (featuring the character of Leo Demidov), has sold millions of copies worldwide and has been translated into thirty six different languages. Smith’s book went on to receive nominations in the

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