(7.5/10) – My Rating Good Time: Directors Josh and Ben Safdie’s neon filled crime drama is certainly one that will be talked about by its fans for a long time. They portray an interesting underground world where one of the film’s central points is a Sprite bottle. To the characters the bottle is practically the […]

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(7/10) – My Rating Cars 3: After the vast difference in quality between the first two I wasn’t too sure what to expect from the third part. Luckily, the film is closer to the original than the truly disappointing “Cars 2.” Director Brian Fee’s third chapter in the franchise takes Lightning McQueen back to the the […]

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(6.5/10) – My Rating Bright: This Netflix original tried to be a few different things. It mixed together a crime drama about social issues with fantasy. Director David Ayer (Suicide Squad) helps create a fascinating gritty world full of tension, corruption, and of course magic. Social and class issues are also represented through three different […]

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(8/10) – My Rating Darkest Hour: This was a great way to end the Dunkirk trilogy (not an actual trilogy but see “Dunkirk” and “Their Finest”). Director Joe Wright does an excellent job with telling the story of Winston Churchill. The movie follows along Churchill from the day before he is announced as Prime Minister […]

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(7.5/10) – My Rating Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle: I am honestly surprised to say that I really enjoyed this. Jake Kasdan’s sequel to “Jumanji” is certainly not as good as the original, but this different take is still entertaining. This one was far more comedic than the original, but that actually works rather well. I […]

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My Rating – 9.5/10 Paddington 2: “The Empire Strikes Back” now has a rival for best movie sequel. Director Paul King (Paddington) is back and brought a rare moment with him. This film belongs in the category of sequels that are better than the original. It is still baffling to think about it because the […]

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We all love Aaron’s reviews on films. So here is the collection of his Top 25 Films of 2017! Do you agree with his list? 25. Okja 24. Wind River 23. Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets  22. The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected) 21. The Disaster Artist  20. Detroit  19. The 101-Year-Old […]

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(9/10) – My Rating Detroit: Director Kathryn Bigelow (“The Hurt Locker” and “Zero Dark Thirty”) tells a tragic, thrilling, and true story about racism, brutality, and survival. It is sad what human beings can do to each other, and that a story set in the 60’s can show many parallels to today. The story follows a […]

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(9/10) – My Rating The Disaster Artist: It’s ironic that a biopic about the creators of one of the worst films ever made, “The Room,” ended up being one of the best films of the year. As a director James Franco has received very mixed to poor reviews on his films, but that isn’t the case here. The movie follows […]

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7.5/10 – My Rating The Villainess: Director Jung Byung-gil creates some of the greatest action sequences of 2017 in this South Korean film. The visual style of the film is also one of the most interesting of its year. The camera is always movie but never in a jarring way. There are also some great POV sequences […]

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