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Movie Review – Little – Nothing “Big” but a pleasant enough film

Little was an extremely funny movie. There were a ton of laugh out loud moments that had the whole theater cackling. It was very predictable, but still enjoyable to watch. The humor overshadowed the predictability. The movie doesn’t really have any standout moments, but I’d definitely recommend it if you’re just wanting some laughs. Grade: […]

Movie Review – Five Feet Apart – Sweet, but just too depressing

Yeah, yeah, it’s sweet and touching, but why would anyone subject themselves to a movie like this if they had a choice? I don’t like dramas, because I don’t like watching people suffer and die. Not my kind of film, and I’m annoyed at the entire enterprise. Can I recommend it? No. I just don’t […]

Movie Review – Alita: Battle Angel – Lighter, more Enjoyable than Ghost in the Shell

  Alita: Battle Angel is a sort of YA version of Ghost in the Shell, and I’m not exactly thrilled to see the same thing re-done in so short a period of time. At least this one was more enjoyable, with better humor, more likable characters, and a universe that might be more interesting to […]

Movie Review – Isn’t It Romantic – Fluffy, Good Fun

  Can Rebel Wilson carry off the lead in a ‘Rom-Com’? Oh you bet she can, and Isn’t It Romantic is a great launching pad for her new status as a leading lady. This movie was exactly as advertised: 88 minutes of pure fluff, but I say that fondly. I’m a little like Rebel’s character, […]

Movie Review – If Beale Street Could Talk

  If you question what it means to be in love and not just love someone, If Beale Street Could Talk will truly give you clarity. This movie defines love while defying the odds. I was very enthralled in the plot of this movie, because every scene with Fonny and Tish seem to be intense […]

Movie Review – Second Act

  This is a fish-out-of-water story, which is normally a reliable premise for laughs. Unfortunately, it feels like a half-hearted attempt to re-make a modern take on such classics like Working Girl and Pretty Woman. Or the more recent, and very wonderful The Devil Wears Prada. A re-envisioning of an old theme would be fine […]

Movie Review – Widows

  Widows is a tightly wound drama that keeps you on the edge of your seat with perfect pacing, incredible acting and spot-on directing. I want to give kudos to Joe Walker for the amazing way this movie was edited. In the opening scene, he takes us from a sexy bedroom scene to a chaotic […]

Adrift Movie Trailers

I’m interested to see this take on yet another survival story – I always enjoy those. This time, the setting is somewhere at sea, with the added complication of the only experienced sailor incapacitated, and possibly dying.  The word is that this movie is based on a true story – I would guess loosely based, […]

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Movie Review – Forever My Girl

Forever My Girl was your average sappy sweet film. It had some serious — albeit predictable — ups and downs, but it kept you entertained. No, it’s not ‘The Notebook’ worthy, but I’m not angry I watched it. All the actors did a great job together and kept the flow going. The little girl, Billy, […]

Movie Review – Everything, Everything

On Everything – You won’t need hankies for this soft, enfolding, loving film.

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