Tag Archives: Kaitlyn Dever

Ticket to Paradise (2022) Review

A CUTE (YET MEDIOCRELY SERVICEABLE) ROMANTIC COMEDY   With Hollywood studios investing money in big-budgeted tentpole features or in smaller scale artistic films (ones that are worthy of Oscar / award nominations), the subgenre of romantic comedies is left somewhere in the middle of those two extreme juggernaut film genres. Naturally, romantic comedies movies, which are both a subgenre to

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Dear Evan Hansen (2021) Review

A DISHEARTENING TEEN MUSICAL   In the age of cinematic storytelling, Hollywood has always turned to other source materials for inspiration. Some have been based on a “true story” or event, while others have taken “loosely” based on certain scenarios (i.e., alternative history). Naturally, the ideas of popular properties from the likes of video games, literary novels, and television have

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Booksmart (2019) Review

GETTING STRAIGHT A’S, GIVING ZERO F’S   Throughout the years, the usage of the high school “coming of age” comedy / drama movie presentation is something that has been universal, speaking to the newest and latest adolescent / young adults’ viewers within its cinematic undertaking. Most of these tales speak of high school teenager, following an individual (or group) through

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