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‘Tomb Raider’ redefines what it means to be a video game film (review)

“Some men like dangerous women…” We’ve been down this road before a thousand times, and a thousand times we’ve always hit that same brick wall: video game movies aren’t good.

‘A Wrinkle in Time’ will mesmerize children, but leave adults confused (review)

“What if we are part of something truly divine.” In an era where monsters are no longer solely on the silver screen, or in our televisions, now more than ever is

‘Annihilation’ brings sci-fi and horror in a beautiful balance (review)

“It’s not destroying… It’s making something new.” I absolutely adore science fiction! From the works of H.P. Lovecraft, to the films of Ridley Scott, science fiction has always been a

‘Black Panther’ takes Marvel to a whole new level (review)

“What happens now determines what happens to the rest of the world.” In the span of over 10 years, Marvel has done what many have come to try, and eventually fail:

‘Justice League’ continues to slowly right the DCEU ship (review)

We have to be ready. You, me, the others… I’m going to preface this article by stating one clear and concise fact: I’m not a fanboy of any film franchise.

Disney-Pixar’s ‘Coco’ delivers a tale para toda la familia! (Review)

There’s something that makes me different. There are many routes I could take when it comes to writing this review. I could start with the soapbox rant of how this is NOT

‘Blade Runner 2049’ takes you back to a place created 35 years ago (review)

“The key to the future is finally unearthed. Bring it to me.” There is nothing that epitomizes sci-fi noir like the 1982 film, Blade Runner. This film not only restructured

‘The Lego Ninjago Movie’ brings the fun and feels for all ages (review)

“All right, guys! Let’s get Garmadon!” Not one person in this world can say that they have no idea what Legos are. Not one! We were raised playing with them,

Stephen King’s ‘It’ reminds us why he’s the King of horror (review)

“If you’ll come with me, you’ll float too…” I’ve mentioned it at least a couple million times when writing about movies like this: I LOVE Horror films. Specifically, ones that

The Dark Tower shoots the right bullets but can’t hit the target (review)

I’m a huge Stephen King nut. I’ve read just about every book, short story, and anthological work he’s done since I was in diapers. (Yes, I could read while I

‘Transformers: The Last Knight’ struggles to bring franchise home (review)

I grew up loving the world I lived in. It was a world where my wildest imaginations could be fulfilled and the toys and comics I had could – and would – be

‘The Book of Henry’ takes you on a surprisingly beautiful journey (review)

“It can’t be left undone…we have to make it better…” In a world where superheroes and aliens rule the box office, it’s often that a small yet powerful miracle of

‘King Arthur: Legend of the Sword’ brings Guy Ritchie’s spin on the Arthurian legend (review)

I’m going to be honest: my amount of knowledge of the King Arthur legend isn’t all that long. In fact, I think most of my knowledge that I had prior

‘Life’ may have come too late (movie review)

When you think of the movie Life within the grand scheme of things, it’s a real oddity—or space oddity as it were. It’s a movie that really doesn’t belong in

‘Kong: Skull Island’ will bring the monster madness back to the big screen (review)

“This planet doesn’t belong to us…” In this generation, we are in an age where Hollywood is on a reboot/remake trend. Just in the coming weeks, alone, we have a reboot

Manchester by the Sea (movie review)

In a way, Manchester by the Sea, the new film written and directed by Kenneth Lonergan, is a minor miracle. Here’s a film whose protagonist has ruined his life through

Moonlight (movie review)

So often you hear about the importance of levity to the success of a movie, even the most serious ones. Well, you won’t find much of that in Moonlight, the

Spielberg’s The BFG brings old magic of Disney to a new generation (review)

As a child, I used to read a lot! And not just the books that everyone else read, nope. I read EVERYTHING, from encyclopedias to dictionaries, hymn books to restaurant

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows (review)

As like most of you, I grew up practically glued to my TV screen, watching things like Bobby’s World and Life with Louie in the early mornings, to getting home at

Review: ‘Eddie the Eagle’ redefines the underdog story, giving us a film to jump for!

When all hope seems lost, when every shred of dignity is stripped and you attempt to do the impossible, that’s when you know that you’ve done it: you’ve caved in

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