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Review: Missing Link

Missing Link. Before I go into this review, I want to gush for a second over the film Kubo and the Two Strings, which snagged my #1 Film of 2016 distinction (so, obviously I was a fan). Laika, the company that … Continue reading

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Review: Little (2019)

Little. This movie is taking a couple of big risks. Its two leads are really only tested in television (Issa Rae from Insecure and Marsai Martin from Black-ish), so I’m not sure if this movie has the starpower that might draw … Continue reading

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Review: The Best of Enemies

The Best of Enemies. It’s a bit of a shock to me that this movie is releasing in April, not typically a month packed with heavy-hitting dramas, especially considering both Sam Rockwell and Taraji P. Henson star in this and … Continue reading

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Review: Captive State

Captive State. This movie is entirely under the radar, no one is talking about it. That’s usually not a good sign, so I went to the theaters to check it out for myself. The gist. 10 years ago, aliens conquered the … Continue reading

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Review: How to Train Your Dragon 3

How to Train Your Dragon 3: The Hidden World. The original How to Train Your Dragon surprised me, a new franchise that managed to check every box for me. Vikings? Yes. Dragons? Yes. Outsider creating emotional bond with misunderstood monster? Yes. … 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: 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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