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May 22, 2017

Score Documentary Plays Like an Orchestra in B Flat

What would you call an intangible art? Irony introduces us to the very fact that even thinking about such a notion is in itself intangible….read more >

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Apr 14, 2017

The Fate of the Furious One Fast Film Too Many

The Fast and the Furious franchise has seen a lot of ups and downs over the last 16 years. The Fate of the Furious, now…read more >

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Mar 31, 2017

Ghost in the Shell Remains True to its Source

The live-action Ghost in the Shell is easily one of the purest anime adaptations of all-time. That statement may be met with quite a bit…read more >

Film, Reviews
Mar 29, 2017

Life is Visually Stunning But Predictable

Life, the latest sci-fi horror film from director Daniel Espinosa, takes a group of astronauts into deep space to see if there was ever life…read more >

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Mar 24, 2017

Power Rangers is a Fun, Dazzling Game-Changer

The 2010s has become a decade of nostalgia. Dozens of film and TV properties from 20 plus years ago have been revived, rebooted, or given…read more >

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Mar 24, 2017

The Belko Experiment is an Entertaining Look at Human Nature in Extreme Conditions

In a twisted play on a spoken hypothetical fantasy of most office works, director Greg McClean creates a tense situation as 80 white collar employees…read more >

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Mar 13, 2017

Beauty and the Beast: Advance Movie Review + Los Angeles Premiere Pictures

In 1991, Walt Disney Pictures graced movie screens across the globe with what would become one of their most beloved classics. In addition to grossing…read more >

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Mar 13, 2017

Kong: Skull Island is One of the Most Ambitious Monster Movies of the Last Decade

Kong: Skull Island is finally a monster movie worthy of the King of the Apes. Kong, who has been a monster movie staple since his…read more >

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Mar 9, 2017

Brimstone is a Triumph

Before comic book superheroes blasted their way into multiplexes worldwide, movie audiences would enter the theater giddy with anticipation over the next big western.

Film, Reviews
Mar 3, 2017

Table 19 is Entertaining but Forgettable

It is said that director Jeffrey Blitz took nearly two years to get the screenplay down for his film Table 19, and it is apparent…read more >