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Dunkirk: Movie Review

Dunkirk, Christopher Nolan’s first film based off of a historical event premieres this weekend. This film takes us to the event in Dunkirk, a town in France, from which the film takes its title. In 1940 at the beginning of World War II there was an evacuation of the Allied troops, consisting of French, Belgian […]

Cars 3: Movie Review

Coming into Cars 3 I was a bit hesitant on what I was about to see due to how disappointed I was with the second Cars film. Yet I came out of the theater pleasantly surprised on how well this film came out. Pixar has truly redeemed the Cars franchise with this new addition seeing how […]
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My Cousin Rachel: Movie Review

So going into My Cousin Rachel I was expecting a typical period piece where the plot was as predictable as the character development. I hadn’t really heard anything about this film up until watching it, doesn’t seem like it was highly publicized. What we end up getting is a piece that leaves you questioning the end. […]
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Wonder Woman: Movie Review

The long awaited fourth installment of the DCEU (DC Extended Universe) Wonder Woman hits the theaters this weekend and the lead up to it comes with a lot of anticipation. Now this movie wasn’t widely promoted up until the month before its release yet that still isn’t going to stop people from going. This is […]
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Alien: Covenant – Movie Review

Following the unexpected positive reception of Prometheus comes the film Alien: Covenant, which is set between Prometheus and the original Alien film. So this thankfully completes the overarching storyline of the entire Alien franchise, I do not include the Alien vs Predator films because those are spinoffs. I went into this film feeling optimistic and […]
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Beauty and the Beast: Movie Review

Disney’s foray into adapting their classic animated films continues this year with Beauty and the Beast starring Emma Watson as Belle and the likes of Ewan McGregor and Ian McKellen as supporting characters. This star-studded adaptation comes after the successes of The Jungle Book and Cinderella, the latter being the first adaptation that Disney made. […]
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The Lego Batman Movie: Review

Nananananananananananana Batman! Lego Batman that is. Following the success of the Lego Movie comes the highly anticipated Lego Batman Movie, and boy it did not disappoint. Much like the Lego Movie this one had similar beats and pacing with a Batman theme added to it. Reprising his role, as Batman is Will Arnett who delivers […]
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Hacksaw Ridge: Movie Review

Hacksaw Ridge is a powerful movie I had the fortune of seeing this week and all I can say is go see it. It is a very strong, moving film that shows you that you should never judge a book by its cover. This covers the early life and training of Medal of Honor recipient […]
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The Magnificent Seven: Movie Review

With the summer movie season being over and it being one of the worst summers for film in recent years, I went into The Magnificent Seven a bit skeptical. Yet this being a remake, the original being from 1960, made me even more uneasy seeing as how recently reboots and remakes haven’t been the greatest. Yet […]
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Hands of Stone: Movie Review

Hands of Stone (Manos de Piedras) is a biopic of the great Panamanian boxer Roberto Duran (Édgar Ramirez) is the typical feel good film that shows life of any great athlete in a dramatic way. It was a celebration of his life and the people around him, in particular his trainer Ray Arcel (Robert De Niro) […]

Sausage Party: Movie Review

  What would you get if you had Seth Rogen write a Disney movie? The answer is Sausage Party, the newest movie from the mind of Seth Rogen. As I said this is, in terms of some sequences, reminiscent of a Disney movie, it is definitely NOT A DISNEY MOVIE. This is obvious simply with […]
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War Dogs: Movie Review

Some say that this war on terror is to fight against those who want to destroy our freedom and this great nation. Others will say this war on terror is to make those who have the power money these people are known as War Dogs. This is a movie based on a true story about […]