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Review: Kin (2018)

Kin. I didn’t really have high hopes going into Kin. It’s based on a short film made by the co-directors Jonathan and Josh Baker, who garnered the attention of some big financiers and were able to recreate it as a full-length movie. … Continue reading

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Review: The Disaster Artist

The Disaster Artist. In the early 2000s, an eccentric millionaire named Tommy Wiseau wanted to make a movie called The Room. I’ve never seen this movie, which should hopefully you give a good idea if you need to see this movie as … Continue reading

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Review: Why Him?

Why Him? This is my last review of 2016, then I’m on to creating my Best of 2016 lists. Is this comedy, teaming up Cranston and Franco, able to deliver? The gist. Stephanie (Zoey Deutch) wants her family to meet … Continue reading

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Review: Sausage Party

Sausage Party. Here’s some context. I like Seth Rogen and I tend to even like his stoner-comedies that he’s known for. Movies like Knocked Up, Super Bad, and This is the End were all awesome. I’m also not especially prudish, … Continue reading

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Review: Homefront

Homefront. Now I’m a big Jason Statham fan. The Transporter films are masterpieces in the genre of “one guy beating up a ton of other guys.” He’s made a mainstream name for himself in The Expendables films and he’s now … Continue reading

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Review: This is the End

This is the End. Now, I’m hit or miss with these guys (but mostly hit). Movies like Superbad, Knocked Up, Tropic Thunder… I love those films. So when I saw the first trailer for This is the End, I was … Continue reading

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Review: Oz the Great and Powerful

Oz the Great and Powerful. In this prequel to the classic 1939 classic The Wizard of Oz, we get a re-envisioning of the world courtesy of director Sam Raimi (Spider-Man, Evil Dead). This movie focuses on “Oz,” a carnival magician … Continue reading

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