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‘Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker’ Review: The Rise of Retcon

The Rise of Retcon A Film Review of Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker The legacy of the Star Wars sequel trilogy is a cautionary tale of what results from the film production of a beloved intellectual property when not enough hard work, tough choices and legitimate time are put into planning such …

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Bumblebee Has The Touch

Paramount Pictures gives the Transformers franchise one last breath of life with the new Travis Knight-directed Bumblebee movie, which is written by Christina Hodson, writer of the upcoming DC Batgirl movie. Following movies such as Disney Star Wars, Bumblebee is another attempt by Hollywood to inject a female character into what has predominantly been male …

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Aquaman Thoughts: The Good and Bad

Following having been first teased back in Batman vs. Superman in 2016 and then getting a full-blown appearance in Justice League last year, Jason Momoa returns in his solo film this week for James Wan’s Aquaman movie, which also stars Amber Heard as Mera, Willem Dafoe as Vulko, Patrick Wilson as Orm, Dolph Lundgren as …

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Mission: Impossible – Fallout Review

Respect for What It Is A Film Review of Mission: Impossible – Fallout   There’s something to be said of a film production that knows exactly what it is without trying to shoehorn half measures of nuanced complexity that only succeed in distracting from the good rather than building upon it.  The professional collaboration among …

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Godzilla: City on the Edge of Battle Netflix Review

Godzilla: City on the Edge of Battle is now streaming on Netflix, which is the sequel to last year’s Godzilla: Monster Planet anime movie. Similar to the first one, the sequel comes off as another disappointment. While I found the animation and sound effects pleasing to the eyes and ears, it was the story that …

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Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Review

I See Stupid People A Film Review of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom   25 Years and 5 big budget “dinosaur attack” films later and all I still see are dim-witted people the audience is meant to care about in these films.  The underlying theme of the Jurassic franchise is that the science to manipulate genetics …

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Black Panther Review: Don’t Believe The Hype?

Last week saw the premiere of Marvel’s Black Panther movie, which has been kicking all kinds of butt at Rotten Tomatoes and the box office. Black Panther is now over $500 million worldwide, and its Rotten Tomatoes score still sits at a whopping 97%, the highest of any Marvel movie (or most movies for that matter). …

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Cloverfield Paradox Rotten Tomatoes Score!

What was supposed to be an original sci-fi movie about the Earth disappearing, “The God Particle” eventually became a Cloverfield movie with The Cloverfield Paradox. The movie was delayed from its last year release, but during this past Sunday’s Super Bowl, it was revealed that not only had Netflix picked up the flick, but that The Cloverfield Paradox would be …

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