Tag Archives: Tessa Thompson

Men in Black: International (2019) Review

A FAR FROM STELLAR SPIN-OFF / REBOOT ENDEAVOR   Back in 1997, Men in Black debuted in theaters; inviting moviegoers to partake in an amusing and silly entertainment that blended sci-fi aspects with late 90s action / comedy nuances. Directed by Barry Sonnenfeld, Men in Black, which starred musician / actor Will Smith and actor Tommy Lee Jones follows the

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Creed II (2018) Review

DEFININIG A LEGACY   In 2015, moviegoers everywhere were introduced to the film Creed, which was set to act as a continuation to the Rocky movie franchise as a sort of “offshoot” to the boxing cinematic series. The film, which was directed by Ryan Coogler and starred Sylvester Stallone, Michael B. Jordan, and Tessa Thompson, told the story of Adonis

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Annihilation (2018) Review

BIZZARE AND EERIE, BUT SOLIDLY GREAT AND POIGNANT   The year of 2015 saw a lot of movies being theatrically released. During its 12-month spanned, feature films debuted weekly, ranging from a variety of genres from superhero blockbusters (Avengers: Age of Ultron and Ant-Man), big-budgeted films (Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Jurassic World), raunchy comedies (Ted 2 and Trainwreck),

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Creed Review

A KNOCK OUT FILM   As a whole, the Rocky film series, iconic in its own right, has lived a long and prestige shelf life in the illustrious world of movies.  Debuting back in 1976 with the first installment (Rocky), viewers were introduced to the world of boxing, with an American dream “rags to riches” tale of local Philadelphian native

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