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Movie Review – Redeeming Love

I went into this thinking it would just be work and that I’d watch Spider-Man: No Way Home again afterward for my reward. To my great surprise and pleasure, Redeeming Love is a wonderful film about the Wild West, the Gold Rush, and women’s agency. It’s never boring, the characters are well-drawn and acted, the costumes are perfection, […]

Movie Review – Hotel Transylvania 4: Transformania

A solid B movie in terms of animation values, high-quality celebrity voices, low-key warm humor, and a fun direction the plot spins off into. It’s damn hard to get a franchise right in every iteration, but somehow the under-the-radar work in the Hotel Translyvania oeuvre manages to make a good little story each time. They aren’t up […]

Non-Christmas Christmas Movies – First View Review of First Blood

Whenever you hear of a film with Rambo in the title, you’ll no doubt think of wall to wall violence, tidal waves of blood, and a soundtrack consisting mainly of gunshots, screams, and explosions. You may also think of bulging biceps as Rambo hauls back on the string of a bow so he can pick […]

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Movie Review – Licorice Pizza

I went and saw Licorice Pizza and was kind of excited to see what the world looked like in 1973, the year I was born. I walked out realizing that I’m really happy that we are born without the ability to talk, to walk or to rationalize things. I’m so happy that the 70’s were […]

Christmas Classic First View Review – A Christmas Carol (1938)

Over the years I’ve seen a fair few versions of A Christmas Carol, or Scrooge as it’s sometimes called, but this 1938 version is a new one on me! There’s no point going too deeply into the story because, as both Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes and Simply Red said, “If you don’t know […]

Movie Review – A Journal for Jordan

A Journal For Jordan is a very touching movie. The story is heartbreaking. Seeing how the duty of the American soldiers affects their family life is almost too hard to watch. You’ll walk out of the theater very sad. Many of the audience members in my theater were sobbing by the end of it. The acting […]

Movie Review – American Underdog (2021)

As a football fan, it was fun watching this movie. I’ve known the basics of Kurt Warner’s story for a long time. I’ve been playing fantasy football since the mid-90s and I distinctly remember Trent Green getting injured, and I vividly recall the Dick Vermeil’s—Ram’s head coach—impassioned press conference that followed. The football action is […]

Christmas First View Review – An American Christmas Carol (1979)

Here we have an attempt to prove the ubiquity and relevance of Dickens’ A Christmas Carol by taking it from Victorian-era London and plonking it down in Depression-era Concord, New Hampshire. I don’t if there’s any significance in the location but the time has obviously been chosen as one of widespread poverty, debt, and hardship. […]

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Classic Christmas Rewatch – Home Alone (1990)

So I’ve been thinking about my favorite Christmas movie category – the ones I call Non-Christmas Christmas Films. This fun category includes such classics as Die Hard, Lethal Weapon, and Gremlins. Iron Man 3. Kiss Kiss Bang Bang. I have a useful list going here. But in that post, I ask if Home Alone deserves […]

Movie Review – The Matrix Resurrections

There’s so much to break down here. I’ll keep the review spoiler-free to begin with and give you a warning before I get into spoilers. I’m a huge Matrix fan. I’ve seen the trilogy, plus Animatrix, a number of times and just finished a complete rewatch of all 4 prior to Resurrections coming out today. Overall, I […]

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