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(Review) Alita: Battle Angel

Alita: Battle Angel. It’s been a rocky road for Alita. It’s got a major following because it’s based on a manga series but its initial trailers looked bad, at least bad enough to divide fans on what to expect. If the … Continue reading

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Review: Isn’t It Romantic

Isn’t It Romantic. We’ve had a lot of “women gets hit on the head” movies recently, including What Men Want and I Feel Pretty. We got another entry here with Isn’t It Romantic but the story beats might be getting a bit predictable, so … Continue reading

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Review: The Lego Movie 2

The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part. When the first film came out, I was impressed with how they managed to make a film about arbitrary building blocks that could be anything. And it was not only a film that … Continue reading

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Review: Serenity (2019)

Serenity. Now, this is going to be an incredibly difficult film to review, so unfortunately it might appear really vague because this whole movie’s premise is something that the marketing and trailers hide from you, so I need to move forward … Continue reading

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Review: Glass

Glass. The film Unbreakable 19 years ago helped to launch M. Night Shyamalan’s career, giving us a superhero story unlike any other. We were then surprised by the film Split, which turned out in its final moments to be a … Continue reading

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Review: The Upside

The Upside. This film is a remake apparently of a 2011 French film called The Intouchables, which I have never seen or even heard of until now. I had no idea this film was a remake as I sat in … Continue reading

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Review: The Wife

The Wife. I hadn’t heard of The Wife until Glenn Close’s nomination for the Golden Globes. So I checked this out, to see if it was something special. The gist. We follow Joan Castleman (Glenn Close), the wife of a … Continue reading

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