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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 […]

Movie Review – Nightmare Alley

Nightmare Alley was probably one of the most surprising movies I’ve seen this year. Based on the trailers I had been seeing it looked decent enough — and let’s face it, anything with Bradley Cooper is worth seeing. I want to break the review down into three sections. Let’s start with the first 40ish minutes. […]

Movie Review – Spider-Man: No Way Home

When I read about the multiverse plot for Spider-Man: No Way Home I thought it would either be awesome, or horrible. I was hugely relieved to see that they landed closer to the side of awesome. The writers—Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers—both wrote the previous two Spider-Man movies together, so fortunately No Way Home maintains the […]

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Movie Review – West Side Story

I love West Side Story, even though it’s a sad, “bring tissues” type movie. My love, however, seems restricted to the 1961 West Side Story movie, and the play. While I haven’t seen this on Broadway (and there’s a sly nod to Broadway in the first three minutes of the 2021 film — did you […]

Movie Review – Don’t Look Up

This was an A+ movie at all levels: acting, directing, story, message, humor, cinematography, wardrobe… Okay, maybe not wardrobe. But still: A+ In case you didn’t already know, Don’t Look Up is a satire on the USA’s reaction to climate change, but they replaced the climate crisis with a comet. What stands out most for me is […]

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Movie Review – National Champions

National Champions did a great job of breaking down the behind-the-scenes of college sports. It’s definitely an eye-opener to things I personally had never thought of. The athletes that get out there and give us our Saturday game day really do it at a cost to themselves. This movie points out the entire breakdown on […]

Movie Review – Encanto

  I was looking forward to this cute animation after seeing the trailer, and hoping for it to be something like Coco. Well, it’s not, in case you are wondering. To be honest, this movie is kinda boring to me. Why am I still putting it in the A-league? Because I assume the main audience […]

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Movie Review – Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City

Was it bad? Yes. Was it as bad as I expected? No. The previous Resident Evil movie set that bar so low I can’t imagine anyone getting under it, even if they tried. So at least there’s that. The acting was sometimes amateur YouTube channel bad. But you can’t fault the actors when the dialog is so […]

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Movie Review – King Richard

The only knock on this movie is that we know how it ends. If this were fiction, there would be drama. But there’s also the enjoyment of knowing that this is a true story. This family does overcome the obstacles in their path. That’s far better than any dramatic fiction they could have provided. The […]

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Is there anything extra during the end credits of Clifford the Big Red Dog?

There are extras during the end credits of Clifford the Big Red Dog. During the first 2 minutes pencil drawings of Clifford are shown and slowly colored in. After that it is safe to leave the theater. The credits run for approximately 7 minutes. [/wbcr_text_snippet] Read the RunPee movie review for Clifford the Big Red Dog by Christene Johnson. […]

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