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Ford V Ferrari Movie Review. So Much More Than Just A Car Movie

Ford V Ferrari is a car lover’s fantasy, but it’s also so much more than that. With an engaging story and an interesting cast of characters, this is an experience that all cinema lovers will enjoy. Going into the screening, I had the preconceived notion that this film would just be loud cars and gearhead […]
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Jojo Rabbit Movie Review. Dark Subject Matter Turned Into A Light-Hearted Satire

With quite easily the strangest premise of the year, Jojo Rabbit is an absolute delight. Set in Germany during the last few weeks of World War II, the story follows a young Nazi supporter named Jojo as he aspires to become a soldier in the war with the help of his imaginary friend, Adolf Hitler. […]

Doctor Sleep Movie Review

Doctor Sleep, the superhero sequel to Stanley Kubrick’s 1980’s horror classic The Shining, is a desecration of cinematic genius. While trying to juggle and maintain fan service for both the book and the first film, Doctor Sleep was difficult to endure. It never seemed to find its footing and was always trying too hard to […]
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Zombieland: Double Tap Movie Review. Sequel Nobody Expected

Visual media centered around apocalyptic zombie wastelands is a pretty tired genre to say the least, but somehow Zombieland: Double Tap is a refreshing, fun filled experience. Laugh out loud wise cracks, nail biting chase sequences and epic zombie kills are the name of the game for this surprisingly well executed sequel that nobody expected.  […]
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Gemini Man Movie Review. Worst Movie We’ve Seen All Year

Quite easily the worst film of 2019, Gemini Man starring Will Smith, is painful to get through. Sludging through lazy dialogue and uninspired action, this movie misses the mark on all fronts. With such a promising cast and crew it’s a mystery as to how no-one stopped to reevaluate the contents of the script to […]

Joker 2019 Movie Review. Best Performance Of 2019 Thus Far

Within the first few minutes, this film grabs you by the back of your head and keeps you entranced upon the gaze of Joaquin Phoenix’s descent into madness. Widely considered one of the most anticipated films of 2019, Joker does not disappoint. It is a hauntingly beautiful film about Arthur Fleck (Joaquin Phoenix), a working […]

Good Boys Movie Review

With a non-stop, laugh out loud experience, Good Boys delivers exactly as advertised. From the people who have given us such films as Superbad, Neighbors and Sausage Party, Good Boys is as crude and lewd as you’d expect. This story follows a group of 12 year old boys in transition between 5th and 6th grade […]

Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark Movie Review

If you’re a horror genre fan and you’re looking for a summer flick to keep you at the edge of your seat and provide cheap scares to make ya jump, then Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark will fill the void you have been searching for all summer. Directed by André Øvredal and produced […]
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Once Upon A Time In Hollywood Movie Review

The newest installment to the Tarantino anthology, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood feels like Quentin’s love letter to classic Hollywood. The film follows Rick Dalton, (Leonardo DiCaprio) a TV actor desperately trying to keep his head above water to not become a has-been, and his best friend, errand boy, stunt double Cliff Booth (Brad […]

Midsommar Movie Review. A Waking Nightmare Cloaked In Sunshine

A waking nightmare cloaked in sunshine, flower crowns and psychedelics. Ari Aster’s sophomore follow up to his haunting breakout film Hereditary, is like the yang to its predecessor’s yin. Midsommar doesn’t rely on horror tropes to grip its viewers to the edge of their seats. It’s a slow burn kind of film that continually becomes […]

Yesterday (2019) Movie Review.

Yesterday, staring Himesh Patel and Lily James is a heartwarming tale about a struggling musician named Jack (Patel) who can’t find the courage to tell the woman he loves how he feels. During a worldwide power outage, Jack is struck by a bus on his bike and when he comes to he discovers that he […]

Men In Black: International Movie Review

Men In Black: International pulls us back into the world of the secret government agency that deals with extraterrestrial diplomacy first introduced with the original Men in Black film back in 1997. Unlike the previous three films in the franchise, MIB International does not feature our beloved characters, Agent J (Will Smith) and Agent K (Tommy […]