Tag Archives: John Leguizamo

Encanto (2021) Review

A COLORFUL TALE OF THE AMAZING MADRIGAL FAMILY   In 2013, Walt Disney Animated Studios released Frozen, their 53rd animated feature film that was loosely based on the Snow Queen narrative from Hans Christen Anderson. The cartoon movie proved to be a rousing success for the “house of mouse” by generating large profit at the worldwide box office and scoring

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The Infiltrator Review

BE BOB “SOMEBODY”   Movies about the drug cartel are a dime a dozen, probing the necessary fields of law enforcement / individuals in the shady back-door dealings of money laundering, drugs, kingpins, and the violent acts that go along with this dangerous business. These movies usually cater to a certain crowd of movie “viewers” as the movies are generally

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Ice Age: Collison Course (2016) Review

COLLISION TO NOWHERE   While DreamWorks had Shrek, Pixar has Toy Story, and Illumination Entertainment has Despicable Me, Blue Sky Animation, a subdivision under 20th Century Fox, has Ice Age as their flagship series. Created back 2002, Ice Age follows the cartoon adventures of a group of animal misfits, a Mammoth, a sloth, a sabretooth, and other colorful characters throughout

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Sisters Review

A HILARIOUS (YET FAMILIAR) PARTY HOUSE COMEDY The comedic actress styles of both Amy Poehler and Tiny Fey are highly enjoyable and entertaining. Hitting their comedys strides during stint on SNL (Saturday Night Live), the duo collaborated in the 2008 comedy Baby Mama and shares some great on-screen chemisty of playful banter. Since then, the pair have created some memorable

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American Ultra Review

A HALF-BAKED MASHUP   The stoner comedy genre has had a long line of famous movies, including Dazed & Confused, Half-Baked, Friday, and any Cheech & Chong movie. There is also a long line of action spy movies like the James Bond films, The Bourne series, and the Mission Impossible movies. Both genres have endeared over the years, developing new

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