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Movie Review: Thor Ragnarok
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Movie Review: Thor Ragnarok 

Movie Review: Thor Ragnarok

Who here likes Marvel Movies? If you do, then I have a review for the latest Thor movie.  Not a fan of Marvel movies?  I have a review for the latest Thor movie, but I would hope you would read it before closing this down, I mean, aren’t you even a little bit curious as […]

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Movie Review: Kingsman – The Golden Circle 

Movie Review: Kingsman – The Golden Circle

“Manners Maketh Man” – Do you know what that means? This phrase has tied itself to the Kingsman movies since the beginning.  In the Kingsman – The Golden Circle, this phrase also plays a big part. Going to see a movie isn’t something we do as much as we would like, but since October 25th […]

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Movie Review: Dunkirk 

Movie Review: Dunkirk

Dunkirk is a small town on the northern coast of France.  During World War II, a famous evacuation took place with the British & French soldiers fleeing the rising tide of Nazi’s conquering Europe. The movie of the same name, by legendary director Christopher Nolan, definitely brings the struggle, brutality and heroism of the evacuation […]

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Movie Review: The Dark Tower 

Movie Review: The Dark Tower

The Dark Tower is based on the Steven King books of the same name but according to Director Nikolaj Arcel, is a “canon continuation” of the series and not a true adaptation of any particular book. Regardless of its faithfulness to the source material or how it chooses to adapt it, The Dark Tower is […]

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Movie Review: Atomic Blonde 

Movie Review: Atomic Blonde

You may not know the name, but David Leitch is an action movie Director to watch out for. His role as a second unit Director spreads across many films, such as; In Hell, The Wolverine, Escape Plan, and 2011’s reboot of Conan the Barbarian. While he’s no stranger to being behind the camera, it wasn’t until 2014 […]

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Movie Review: Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets 

Movie Review: Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

Luc Besson has had a history of creating well known and popular films as either a director, writer, producer or in some cases, all three. La Femme Nikita, Léon: The Professional and The Fifth Element are probably considered some of his biggest and most well-liked films. His 2014 film, Lucy, which is getting an upcoming sequel, […]

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Movie Review: Spider-man – Homecoming 

Movie Review: Spider-man – Homecoming

I remember fondly the first theatrical Spider-Man movie. I must have seen it at least a dozen times on the big screen, having gone to it four times just on opening day alone; it was one of my favorite movies for years to come. Spider-Man 2 had come along and Alfred Molina’s brilliant portrayal of Otto […]

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Movie Review: Transformers – The Last Knight 

Movie Review: Transformers – The Last Knight

It’s popular opinion that Michael Bay has delivered a series of heavily flawed films with the Transformers license. While the movies do contain some fun moments of robot-on-robot action, they are often bogged down with the human characters, that for some reason have become the focal point of the franchise. Transformers: The Last Knight is the […]

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Movie Review: Wonder Woman 

Movie Review: Wonder Woman

The success of the Wonder Woman movie was something Hollywood had told us was never going to happen. A female lead Superhero movie, let alone by a female director, was something that was often spoken as a disaster waiting to happen. It’s no secret that the whole industry is plagued by sexism, and it’s not […]

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Movie Review: Pirates of the Caribbean – Dead Men Tell No Tales 

Movie Review: Pirates of the Caribbean – Dead Men Tell No Tales

I’ve always considered the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise to be Disney on “safe mode”, a franchise that prints money with very little effort or change required. While the movies have become less popular with each outing, with a few exceptions, the series isn’t what it used to be, and while Dead Men Tell No Tales […]

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