Tag Archives: Mahershala Ali

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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Green Book (2018) Review

DRIVING DR. SHIRLEY   Tales of diversity and of the formation (and overall bonding) of a friendship from the most unlikeliest people has always been touching centerpiece to tell. Whether from racial segregations, society classes, or something else entirely, stories such as these has always been impactful ones to tell, resonating its thematic message that ring true and triumph over

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Free State of Jones Review

A BRUTAL, BUT UNEVEN HISTORY LESSON   Within history of the United States of America, the Civil War was brutal time period, which divided the nation into two factions: The Union (The North) and The Confederates (The South). Over the course of four years (1861-1865), hundreds of thousands of soldiers (on both sides) were left for dead and the destroyed

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