Movie Review: The Nice Guys

Movie Review: The Nice Guys
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On the other hand, The Nice Guys stumbles quite a bit on deciding what type of genre it actually is attempting to be. Is it a buffoon comedy spoofing on the 1970s or a cold-hearted drama depicting actual consequences of our actions? … read more

Film Review: Richard Jewell

Film Review: Richard Jewell
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For the most part, Richard Jewell is an example of director Clint Eastwood as a skilled storyteller with a gift for human drama. … read more

Film Review: Godzilla: King of the Monsters

Film Review: Godzilla: King of the Monsters
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Godzilla: King of the Monsters is definitely a movie that needs to be seen on the big screen to experience that grandiose level of destruction and to hear that ear-blasting roar of victory. … read more

Film Review: The Curse of La Llorona

Film Review: The Curse of La Llorona
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With The Curse of La Llorona set in the Conjuring universe, this urban legend based in Mexican culture is the focal point of Michael Chaves’ latest. … read more

Aquaman

Aquaman
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Aquaman is fun, but as I’ve said in the past, you have to modify your brain to sleep mode and enjoy the silliness, as it can be preposterously idiotic at others. No one walking into the theater should expect anything more than underwater soldiers riding sharks, seahorses and whales while engaged in heavy combat. … read more

Film Review: Crazy Rich Asians

Film Review: Crazy Rich Asians
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Crazy Rich Asians is based on a bestselling novel by Kevin Kwan. Native New Yorker Rachel Chu (Constance Wu) is dating Singaporean Nick Young (Henry Golding), having no clue about how loaded his family really is. … read more

Film Review: The Meg

Film Review: The Meg
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There is nothing worth remembering in this disaster of an action flick, but I don’t think anyone is walking into the theater expecting much more than a Jason Statham movie. … read more

Film Review: Ocean’s 8

Film Review: Ocean’s 8
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A good heist movie should have viewers roaring as the credits roll, knowing the criminals won, but Ocean’s 8 just had me roaring for the credits to roll so I could leave. … read more

Film Review: Ready Player One

Film Review: Ready Player One
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Steven Spielberg’s latest project, Ready Player One (based on the 2011 novel by Ernest Cline, who also co-wrote the screenplay), is essentially a modern-day tale of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory with references to video games, movies and television shows. … read more

Film Review: Tomb Raider

Film Review: Tomb Raider
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While there have already been two mediocre productions developed for the Tomb Raider series starring Angelina Jolie, this reboot, now starring Alicia Vikander, closely follows the revamped video games’ storyline created in 2014. Rather than being objectified with skimpy clothing and cartoonish body characteristics, the new Lara Croft is more about survival and becoming a strong, leading-woman hero. … read more