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Justice League (2017) Review

One of the most highly anticipated films of the year has finally arrived and if you don’t have anything better to do this Thanksgiving, and if you have to go to the movies, maybe you can possibly consider going to see Justice League. With the countless juicy rumors, pricey re-shoots, and Henry Cavill’s mustache halting…

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Thor: Ragnarok (2017) Review

The third time is the charm. This is easily the best Thor movie to date, despite the first two being dumpster trash. The wonderful comedic timing of director, Taika Waititi adds the perfect touch to an array of familiar characters that previously seemed out of touch. We are also introduced to some powerful and lovable…

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Kingsman: The Golden Circle (2017) Review

Kingsman: The Secret Service (2016) was an over-the-top, jam packed action spoof of James Bond that no one thought that we needed. Kingsman: The Golden Circle (2017) takes everything we got in the first film and brings it to the next level.  I primarily enjoyed this film, however there were many things wrong with it.…

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American Assassin (2017) Review

American Assassin is an entertaining action flick with a shallow and predictable story. Dylan O’Brien is one of my favorite up and coming movie stars, and although this film doesn’t stretch his acting abilities, it forms him into a promising young action hero for the next generation. I would not recommend seeing this in theaters,…

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Mother! (2017) Review

Rating: 9.1/10 Important Cast: Jennifer Lawrence = Mother Javier Bardem = Him Overall: I believe this movie is an absolute masterpiece of filming, but I hated my viewing experience. It was complete torture all the way through and I don’t recommend this movie to anyone unless they are die hard film fans. This will leave…

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It (2017) Review

I am not a fan of classic film remakes because they generally ruin the story with their corny and tasteless style, however It (2017) is an acceptation. The film stayed true to the source material while also leaving a unique and clever fingerprint. I really enjoyed this movie and I would recommend seeing it if…

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Battle of the Sexes (2017) Review

The last stop on my Telluride Film Festival adventure was to see Directors, Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris’ Battle of the Sexes. I waited in line for an hour and spent $30 at the ticket booth to be completely disappointed with this film. Reading the Wikipedia page for this historical tennis match is more exciting…

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Downsizing (2017) Review

Alexander Payne, the director of Downsizing, uses a blend of satire and oddly placed drama to bring awareness to popular social and political issues. Despite several laughs in the beginning, I didn’t enjoy this film. It took very odd turns and it never returned to complete the story. I left sincerely disappointed and I don’t recommend…

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Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool (2017) Review

This Friday, I had the privilege of attending the world premier of Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool. This story follows the romance of a 20-something year old struggling theater actor, Peter Turner, and a late 50-something year old struggling leading lady Oscar winner, Gloria Grahame. I absolutely loved this film and it deserves total…

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