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Entertainment. Gaming. Dreaming.

Review: Good Boys

Good Boys. This movie had me worried when it was touted as “From the makers of Sausage Party.” I wasn’t even really planning on seeing this, until I started to hear rumblings that it might actually be good (unlike Sausage … Continue reading

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Review: The Farewell (2019)

The Farewell. I had heard a lot about The Farewell, praising Awkwafina for her performance here. So, my wife and I went out of the way a bit to find a theater that was showing this. Did it live up … Continue reading

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Review: The Kitchen

The Kitchen. In this 1970s era crime drama, we see three wives in the wake of their husbands’ arrests. Their husbands were powerful men in the Irish mob scene of Hell’s Kitchen, New York, so the wives step in to … Continue reading

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Review: Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood

Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood. This is the ninth movie by Quentin Tarantino. By now, you probably have an idea if this is your cup of tea or not. You might love these films or you might be incredibly … Continue reading

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Review: The Lion King (2019)

The Lion King. Disney has a hit or miss track record with these remakes. Luckily, the highlight for me so far as been The Jungle Book, which is directed by Jon Favreau (who also directs The Lion King). So if The Jungle Book … Continue reading

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Review: Stuber

Stuber. This is a refreshing movie at this time of year. Most big summer blockbusters have high stakes or are part of massive franchises, so this feels nice, to have a one-off simple comedy. But that being said, does this … Continue reading

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Review: Yesterday (2019)

Yesterday. Imagine this. One night, the power goes out all around the world for 12 minutes and when the power comes back on, only one man in the world seems to remember the band The Beatles. Jack Malik (Himesh Patel) … Continue reading

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