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Movie Review – The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent

Where to start? This was such a fun movie from so many angles. Near the end of the movie I realized I had been smiling for who knows how long because everything was just so much fun. And it just makes me want to do a Nick Cage marathon and rewatch the classics: Raising Arizona, Con Air, The […]

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Movie Review – The Northman

I can’t say that I hated this movie. But I didn’t like it a lot. The acting was as dreary as the Icelandic weather This was one of those movies that you could barely tell was shot in color. The sky and landscape are uniformly gray throughout most of the movie. Clearly, that was on […]

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Movie Review – Father Stu

Father Stu was so much more than I was expecting. Mark Wahlberg really nailed it. I could feel his pain and suffering and the faith that he developed. The transition that his character goes through is remarkable. This was based on a true story, my heart goes out to this guy. At every attempt of […]

Movie Review – Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets Of Dumbledore

Every so often there’ll come a film that is looked forward to for various reasons. New James Bond adventures are up there, certainly. Something from the Marvel or DC worlds providing it hasn’t got Jared Leto attached. I even remember the days when a Carry On film was something to look forward to! The Harry […]

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Movie Review – Sonic the Hedgehog 2

I’m giving this movie a B, not because I really enjoyed it but because I think it appeals to the target audience: 6-10-year-old kids. The voice acting by Ben Schwartz as Sonic, Idris Elba as Knuckles, and Colleen O’Shaughnessey as Tails was great. That in combination with simple, but well-done animated expressions brought the three main characters to life. […]

Movie Review – Ambulance

I loved this movie. I can’t emphasize that enough. It’s movies like this that kills me putting in Peetimes. My recommendation is to empty your bladder before the movie begins. Everything you see is for a reason. Michael Bay gave us another tremendous movie that was so well played out that my entire theater was […]

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Movie Review – The Contractor

The Contractor was pleasantly surprising. Going into the theater last night I didn’t know anything about the movie. I hadn’t seen a trailer or heard anything about it so I had no expectations. I’m happy to report that it was overall, pretty decent. Not great but it didn’t suck. I can break it down into […]

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Movie Review – Alice

The concept of this movie was great and it was a refreshing take on the usual movies about slavery that only seem to show horrible images of the treatment of enslaved people. Alice transitions into an empowering story of an enslaved woman’s journey to freedom. While the concept was excellent, I think the story leaped too […]

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Movie Review – Infinite Storm

I’m going to keep this review short, because what’s the point of writing a long review for a pointless movie? Plus, I have work to do. Infinite Storm wasn’t bad by any means. It was just… Pointless. Actually, there was a point, just that it all happened during a three-minute conversation. The rest of the movie […]

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M. Night Shyamalan’s movie not so “Old”

The origin of taphophobia, or the fear of premature burial, began in Eastern Europe in the 17th or 18th century. Since doctors had no reliable touchstone for death, people in comas would often wake to find themselves in pine boxes buried six feet underground. They would howl in fear and pain, frightening those who might […]

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