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Review: Green Book

Green Book. Well, December is upon us, which means we’re going to get a truckload of films aiming for the big awards and Green Book was one of my most-anticipated. The gist. Tony Lip (Viggo Mortensen) is a bouncer at … Continue reading

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(Review) Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Gindelwald

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald The Harry Potter franchise is a little tough to get into at this point, so if you’re not already onboard, this is definitely not the place to hop on. With eight entries in the … Continue reading

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Review: Instant Family

Instant Family. I knew from the trailers that I would cry like a baby during this movie. And on that front, it didn’t disappoint. Let’s discuss. The gist. Husband and wife Pete and Ellie (Mark Wahlberg and Rose Byrne) decide … Continue reading

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Review: Nobody’s Fool

Nobody’s Fool. Tiffany Haddish is making more movies than I thought possible, with several coming out within months of each other. She has a very predictable schtick but that’s what people want. They want crazy, they want over the top. … Continue reading

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Review: Peppermint

Peppermint. Jennifer Garner got her first break in the action drama Alias so it’s nice to see her returning to her badass roots. This rated-R bloodbath is quite different than her other recent outings, so does it succeed? The gist. Riley … Continue reading

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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: Mile 22

Mile 22. We follow a covert team of soldiers, off the books and off the record. This team is led on the ground by James (Mark Wahlberg) and is observed from a distance by Bishop (John Malkovich). This movie takes … Continue reading

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