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Aquaman – Film Review

Aquaman – Film Review

The DCEU has gone through so many changes as a film franchise and with a year break between this and ‘Justice League’ they had to move forward in a new direction for what the audience wants to see then what the creators wanted to make on film. The serious tone doesn’t work for every characters […]

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse – Film Review

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse – Film Review

With Chris Miller and Phil Lord’s last effort in bringing life into the “LEGO” franchise, there was a lot of anticipation on what they would do with Spider-Man in an animated format. Not only did they create a great film but they also were able to include so many versions of Spider-Man. We have our […]

Creed II – Film Review

Creed II – Film Review

Creed II is a film that doesn’t impede or destroy the previous work done by the first film by Ryan Coogler but keeps it going at a straightforward place. There wasn’t much done to the film that was not unexpected or hard to not see coming. Though there are some set backs in having a […]

Ralph Breaks the Internet – Film Review

Ralph Breaks the Internet – Film Review

“Wreck-It Ralph” is one of my favorite Disney films of all time, so I had high expectations for this sequel going into it. Though I came out satisfied and had a good time, it did not surpass them but at least met them to a certain degree. I had a fun time with this film […]

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald – Film Review

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald – Film Review

The Harry Potter franchise is evolving beyond the main source material. With JK being at the helm of the script this film proves that she needs some assistance in screenwriting to help her grow as a writer. Though she is excellent at world building and creating the magic happen on screen for the production designers […]

Overlord – Film Review

Overlord – Film Review

As a Horror-esque “B-Movie” this film succeeds in capturing that magic. This was thought to be apart of the “Cloverfield” franchise, but was debunked. This film focuses on a solider from his point of view trying to survive World War II. The positives of the film is that is gives a platform for new talent […]

Bohemian Rhapsody – Film Review

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Bohemian Rhapsody – Film Review

For musical biopics this film is a character study for the legend that is Freddie Mercury. Queen is an iconic band that its surviving members needed to have show that they were all intricate in the bands success and didn’t want to have a film just about the lead singer. Rami Malek really shines in […]

The Nutcracker and the Four Realms – Film Review

The Nutcracker and the Four Realms – Film Review

For a Christmas Disney film this I can tell there was a lot of effort to make this film not the same as “Alice in Wonderland” by Tim Burton. Though the film has a lot of great special effects, production design and character work — it fails to have something special beyond the surface level. […]

Halloween (2018) – Film Review

Halloween (2018) – Film Review

As for someone who has never seen any of the Halloween film’s in the franchise this was an interesting experience in this modern age of horror. With the past 10 years horror has evolved to be more sophisticated and less gore and silly jump-scares. In this entry which erases all but the first film it […]

Bad Times at the El Royale – Film Review

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Bad Times at the El Royale – Film Review

Drew Goddard is well known for his work on “Cloverfield”, “Cabin in the Woods”, and “The Martian” as a screenwriter. This time he is the sole screenwriter and director. With this film he really tried to create his own Tarantino-esque film that had a bit of mystery and suspense to piece together the plot of […]

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