Tag Archives: Matthew McConaughey

The Gentlemen (2020) Review

THERE’S F**KERY AFOOT!   Since the golden age of Hollywood, gangster / mobster films have had a cinematic attraction with studios and moviegoers alike; a sort of harmonious intrigue of the two, with tales of tragedy, treachery, and gripping tension keeping its viewers on the edge of their seats and invested in the story being told. While symbolic gangster films

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The Dark Tower (2017) Review

A FILM THAT HAS FORGOTTEN THE FACE OF HIS FATHER   In the world of literature, Stephen King is an acclaimed author who has taken readers into the varying different worlds of horror, supernatural fiction, suspense, and dark fantasy. His books, which consists of novels, non-fiction books, and short stories / novellas, have sold more than 350 million copies worldwide,

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Kubo and the Two Strings Review

IF YOU MUST BLINK….DO IT NOW!   While Disney, Pixar, DreamWorks, and Illumination Entertainment jostled for position as the “dominating powerhouse” of animation features, Laika Entertainment, a stop-motion animation company has been producing cartoon films and building a steady reputation for the quality and care of their movie’s presentation, including features like ParaNorman, The Boxtrolls, and Coraline. While other animated

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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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Interstellar Review

A STUNNING SPACE ODYSEEY OF CINEMATIC NUNANCES AND QUANTUM CONFUSION Christopher Nolan has sure made a name for himself in the world of movies. When he creates a movie, everyone notices it with a heightened sense of wonder and intrigue. Nolan started out with good, but lesser known feature films such as Following, Memento, Insomnia, and The Prestige. He eventually

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