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‘Justice League’: Review

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Justice League is an entertaining, modest film that gives audiences the predictable offerings we can expect from a superhero movie like this – fights, action, explosions and one-liners. It doesn’t rank as high as The Avengers but it’s doesn’t tank. The story is a continuation

‘Thor: Ragnarok’: Review

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There’s no stopping the juggernaut that is Marvels extended universe, with the huge Infinity War looming and the huge successes of Civil War and Spiderman it seems as though Disney and the comic book masters cant put a foot wrong and they just gone and

‘Blade Runner 2049’: Review

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Blade Runner 2049 is one of the most anticipated films of the year. The film is a sequel to Blade Runner by Ridley Scott in 1982 that tells about Los Angeles in 2019 where the synthetic man known as a replica made Tyrell Corporation to work in the earth’s

‘IT’: Review

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Why do we fear the things we fear? Is it from a childhood trauma? A recent encounter? Or perhaps a scary movie we accidentally saw on TV? Often, there is no answer. We can’t explain why something scares us. It just does. Now, imagine a

Netflix’s Live-Action ‘Death Note’ Movie: Review

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Full disclosure, before I begin: you need to see the 2017 film adaptation of Death Note. Not because it’s a cinematic masterpiece, not because it does anything intelligent with its source material, not even because it has Jesus Christ as the Shinigami (Death God), but

‘Annabelle: Creation’: Review

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A couple who suffered a tragedy years ago opens their home with good intentions to a girls’ orphanage, but soon things go awry. Though the Mullins ask the girls to respect their privacy and stay away from their deceased daughter’s old room, the toys inside

‘The Dark Tower’: Review

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The Dark Tower has had quite the long journey on its way to the screen.  The film is an adaptation of the book “The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger” written by Stephen King and originally published as novel in 1982, but its roots go back even farther

‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’: Review (Non-Spoiler)

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Arguably the most anticipated movie of the summer is Marvel’s ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’. After appearing in last year’s ‘Captain America: Civil War’, this time this marks everybody’s favorite web slinger’s first solo film without a feature in the Marvel Universe. Currently, ‘The Avengers Tower’ is in

‘War For The Planet of the Apes’: Review

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Conceptually imagined as a prequel trilogy taking place before the original Planet of the Apes films (and yet somehow a fourth is apparently in the planning stages), these new films have slowly evolved into the best theatrical film franchise of the modern world. While it

‘Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie’: Review

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Everybody’s favorite childhood series has officially hit the big screen. ‘Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie’ features an all star cast with some exceptional animation techniques. The film gives audiences a quick-witted visual gags and celebrating the power of youthful imagination. Enhanced by a stellar voice

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