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Kelce (2023) Review

THE MEASURE (AND HEART) OF A MAN   No matter if your enthusiastic sports fan or just a causal spectator, the appeal and overall allure of a sports movie is quite palpable. The compounded nature of filmmaking cinematics against the humans achieving remarkable feats against the vast amount of struggles, pressure, and adversity, usually ending with, if not least inspiring,

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Book Club: The Next Chapter (2023) Review

CUTE AND HARMLESS, BUT UNDERWHELMING AND LESS FOCUSED   In 2018, Book Club, a romantic comedy film, was released and brought with it the fun spin of four middle-aged women and their reading of E.L. James’s Fifty Shades novels. Directed by Bill Holderman, the film, which starred Diane Keaton, Jane Fonda, Candice Bergen, and Mary Steenburgen, focuses on four longtime

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Gran Turismo (2023) Review

A SOLID “UNDERDOG” TALE THAT RACES TO THE FINISH   Adaptations of popular video games continues to be a hot commodity with studios and moviegoers alike, spreading to the masses in translating what made gamers hyped up and bringing it to both the big and small screen. While there have been many projects that have made the jump from “console

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The Last Voyage of the Demeter (2023) Review

A “BLOODY” VOYAGE OF THE DAMNED   Tales of vampires have always been a main staple in the horror genre….and I’m not just talking about movies. Mythical undead creatures of the night that derive from European folklore that subsists by feeding on the vital essence of life (aka blood) and have been classical depicted in traditional forms (i.e., pale skin,

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Blue Beetle (2023) Review

A “BACK TO BASICS” SUPERHERO ORIGIN TALE   In today’s world, superhero movies are still quite a hot commodity and a lucrative business in box office results, translating comic book heroes and villains onto the silver screen and hoping ignite fanboy passion and cinematic excitement for possible sequels, prequels, spin-offs, and blockbuster team-ups . Within the realm of DC Comics,

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