Bad Boys For Life – Review

Bad Boys For Life is an incredibly enjoyable return to the Bad Boys franchise, with strong performances by Smith and Lawrence leading the way. Bad Boys For Life is directed by Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah and stars Will Smith and Martin Lawrence as Mike Lowrey and Marcus Burnett. The film also stars Vanessa…

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1917 – Review

1917 quickly establishes itself as one of the cinema’s best war films with groundbreaking cinematography and a bombastic score. Directed by Sam Mendes, 1917 stars George MacKay, Dean-Charles Chapman, Mark Strong, Andrew Scott, Richard Madden, Claire Duburcq, Colin Firth and Benedict Cumberbatch. Loosely based on stories told to the director by his grandfather, 1917 is…

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Uncut Gems – Review

This review will contain plot details and some spoilers. Uncut Gems is one of the best films of the year with incredible acting and a non-stop, anxiety-filled story.  Uncut Gems is directed by Josh and Benny Safdie and stars Adam Sandler, Kevin Garnett, Lakeith Stanfield, and Julia Fox. The story revolves around jeweler and perpetual gambler, Howard Ratner as he…

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Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker – REVIEW

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker provides a beautiful ending to the story that began a long time ago, in a galaxy far far away. Action-packed, emotional, thrilling, humorous and full of heart, the film is a love letter to Star Wars.

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The 10 Most Underrated Films of The Decade

As this amazing decade of cinema finally comes to end, time to look back at movies that might have fell through the cracks and deserved more appreciation. 10. Inherent vice Directed by Paul Thomas Anderson Paul Thomas Anderson is one of the masters of modern cinema and whenever someone mentions his best work, this film is…

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A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood – Review

A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood plays like a wonderfully trippy return to Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, with powerful messages of hope embedded beneath Tom Hanks’ seamless performance of the legend, Fred Rogers. Directed By, Marielle Heller, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood tells the real-life story of Fred Rogers and journalist Tom Junod. Inspired by the Esquire article, Can You Say…Hero?, A Beautiful…

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The Irishman – Review

The Irishman continues Martin Scorsese’s streak of cinematic masterpieces with brilliant directing, inspired performances by legendary actors Robert De Niro, and Al Pachino, and tragic themes that profoundly resonate.  The Irishman brings an all-star group of talent together in a love letter to crime and gangster film genre of old. Directed by one of the best minds…

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Knives Out – Review

Knives Out is an engaging and fun whodunit story, complete with excellent writing and a stellar ensemble cast. Director Rian Johnson puts his director and writer hats on for murder mystery that pays homage to the Agatha Christie while carving new ground and twists. The film stars an ensemble cast of Christopher Plummer, Daniel Craig Chris Evans, Ana de Armas,…

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Doctor Sleep – Review

Doctor Sleep is the perfect combination of Kubrick and King as it honors the source material while pushing the legacy forward. Based on the 2013 novel of the same name, Doctor Sleep is a sequel to The Shining, arguably the greatest horror film ever made. The film follows Danny Torrance, played by Ewan McGregor several decades after the events…

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Terminator: Dark Fate – Review

Terminator: Dark Fate is the Terminator 2: Judgment Day sequel audiences have been waiting for.‪ Cameron’s pulse is finally felt in the franchise again with strong action, good pacing and interesting characters. Terminator: Dark Fate is directed by Tim Miller and stars Linda Hamilton and Arnold Schwarzenegger as Sarah Connor and the T-800. The film is written by David…

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The Fall of the House of Usher: A look at Guillermo del Toro’s Crimson Peak

In the crowded world of cinematic horror and supernatural stories, Crimson Peak is a beautiful, rare tale that falls into the category of gothic romance. When asked about his influences for this particular project, Guillermo del Toro answered that he tapped into literary works rather than old horror films “I read E.T.A. Hoffman, Henry James,…

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Gemini Man – Review

Gemini Man stumbles as its half-baked story and poor dialogue hinders solid performances and strong visuals. Directed by Ang Lee and written by David Benioff, Billy Ray, and Darren Lemke, Gemini Man is a film that has been in development purgatory for decades. Multiple actors and directors were tapped for the project as the film bounced around different…

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