My Rating 3/10 The Snowman: This will go down as one of those movies where the trailer is actually better. In fact, many of the lines and a few scenes in the trailer weren’t even in the final cut (like the featured image above this post). What a truly disappointing thing to witness. It felt […]

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My Rating 8/10 The Foreigner: Ever wonder what it’d be like if Jackie Chan was in a Daniel Craig style James Bond film? Well this is probably as close as that’s going to get. Revenge stories have been around forever, but when done right they can be incredibly entertaining. Director Martin Campbell (who also did […]

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My Rating: 7.5/10 Marshall: This biopic courtroom drama directed by Reginald Hudlin tells the story of a case Thurgood Marshall took on for the NAACP. Chadwick Boseman did an excellent job portraying the future Supreme Court Justice. He made sure all of the audience eyes were on him by giving off such a commanding presence. Josh Gad […]

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Amy Poehler and Tina Fey bring us what I think may be the world’s first coming-of-middle-age comedy (whoa, hey). Sisters follows, you guessed it, two sisters who come to realize what’s important to them over the course of a crazy party. The formula is definitely familiar if you’ve seen any “last big party” movies and […]

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 Author: Dylan King – 3.5/4 In an age of computer graphics and CG stunt work, it is so refreshing to see a film that returns to basics. George Miller is truly a mastermind, not only in creative concept, but also for using tried and true ways of making a thrilling action film with real stunts […]

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 Author: Dylan King – 2/4 We are living in a time where horror movies are in a stagnant slump. An interesting idea comes to life and gives audiences something to think about, only to be milked and franchised almost immediately.  Following in the veins of earlier found footage films, Unfriended (Gabriadze, 2014) adds a new […]

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