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Review: The Hustle (2019)

The Hustle. A lot of folks seemed to forget this movie was coming out. Let me tell you if this is a movie you should make a point to go check out or if it’s fine to leave it alone. … Continue reading

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Review: Long Shot (2019)

Long Shot. I’ve been in the mood for a solid comedy recently, amidst all the huge summer blockbusters arriving early to the party. Seth Rogen is a little hit or miss for me but I was excited to see what … Continue reading

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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: Hotel Mumbai

Hotel Mumbai. There’s an ethical question to be raised here over whether traumatic events such as what occurred in 2008 in the city of Mumbai, where over 170 people were killed by terrorists, should be made into movies. If you … Continue reading

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Review: Dumbo (2019)

Dumbo (2019). Full transparency. I’ve never seen the original (or at least I don’t remember seeing it) so I have no context for what they might’ve changed or how this relates to the 1941 cartoon. I’m judging this movie independent … 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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