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The Suicide Squad (2021) Review

A “BALLS TO THE WALL” SUPERHERO ROMP   Back in 2016, following the decisively mixed reviews / thoughts on Zack Snyder’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Warner Bros. Studios and DC Comics released the movie Suicide Squad, the third feature film in the studio’s planned DCEU shared universe franchise. Directed by David Ayer, the film, which starred Will Smith,

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Birds of Prey (2020) Review

PREY FOR GOTHAM!   It has been said (many times) that the DCEU has certainly had a sort of “rocky road” during its expansion / continuation over the years. While the franchise has had its certain highs points with the releases of Wonder Woman, Aquaman, and Shazam!, the DC Extended Universe has surely had some flops, including Justice League and

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Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019) Review

TARANTINO’S CINEMATIC “LOVER LETTER”   Film director Quentin Tarantino has certainly made a name for himself in Hollywood and within the public’s eye of moviegoers everywhere with his feature film endeavors. Rather than churning out a lengthy filmography of “hit or miss” directorial film works, Tarantino has meticulously selected and crafted his directorial works in a certain way that only

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Mary Queen of Scots (2018) Review

ANOTHER SIDE, ANOTHER STORY   Within many of the movie genres of cinematic tales, the subgenre of the commonly named “period pieces” have always been produced throughout the years of filmmaking; spinning different stories that place in “another time” and “another place” for the modern world. These particular feature films, which span multiple genres (i.e adventure, comedy, horror, thriller, fantasy,

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Goodbye Christopher Robin (2017) Review

TINKERTY TONK   Winnie the Pooh (also called Pooh Bear), Christopher Robin, and their friends in the Hundred Acre Woods. Just saying those iconic names and place are embedded deep within many childhood memories, filled with tales of youthful wonder and childish imagination. Created by British author A. A. Milne, Winne the Pooh, first debuted in the children’s book Winnie-the-Pooh

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