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Review: The Invisible Man (2020)

The Invisible Man. Now I’m not usually a horror movie kind of guy but The Invisible Man is different. It’s more like a monster movie, which I can totally get behind. So while it took me a few weeks to finally … Continue reading

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Review: The Way Back (2020)

The Way Back. We follow Jack Cunningham (Ben Affleck), a former high school basketball star that hasn’t really done much since and spends every night at the nearby bar, drowning his sorrows. It’s surprising when the Catholic school he attended … Continue reading

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Review: Onward

Onward. Pixar has an incredible record, with many 5-star movies in their portfolio, so when I saw they were making a high-fantasy epic adventure with the voice talents of Chris Pratt and Tom Holland, I was beyond excited. Could this … Continue reading

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Review: The Photograph (2020)

This story revolves around a woman named Mae (Issa Rae) whose mother has just passed away. Mae always felt distanced from her mother, so she starts to learn about her from a collection of photographs that her mother, a young … Continue reading

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Review: Sonic the Hedgehog

Sonic the Hedgehog. Yes, I may have a soft spot for this character, growing up on the old Sega Genesis games. I remember vividly playing the first three or four of these games. However… There were a few hiccups in … Continue reading

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Review: Underwater

Underwater. This movie’s premise is incredibly simple. There’s an underwater drilling base in one of the deepest places in the ocean. There is a minimal crew there, when an accident starts to break the complex open and flood it. We … Continue reading

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Review: Dolittle (2020)

Dolittle. I have been dreading this movie, even moreso than other potential disasters like Cats. Each time the trailer came on (and I had to see it many times), it became more like a doctor’s appointment that I really didn’t look … Continue reading

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Review: Bad Boys for Life

Bad Boys for Life. It’s been 17 years since Bad Boys II. Our heroes Mike Lowrey (Will Smith) and Marcus Burnett (Martin Lawrence) are still detectives in Miami, when a dangerous woman named Isabel (Kate del Castillo) escapes from prison and triggers … Continue reading

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Review: 1917

1917. It’s World War 1. We join a British company on the French frontline fighting the Germans. We quickly learn that the Germans have retreated and a British force plans to follow them, but this retreat is a trap. Two … Continue reading

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Review: Just Mercy

Just Mercy. Here we follow the story beginning in 1988 of a man named Walter McMillian (Jamie Foxx) who has been sentenced to death, even though he’s innocent. A young lawyer named Bryan Stevenson (Michael B. Jordan) has just started … Continue reading

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