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‘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

‘Transformers: The Last Knight’: Review

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Is Michael Bay the worst director working in Hollywood today? Popular opinion would have you believe the man was a modern-day Ed Wood, a blockbuster helmsman with little talent, zero-panache and a truckload of bad habits. Whilst it may be true that Bay’s cinematic style

‘Despicable Me 3’: Review

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Gru is back with the Minions in the third installment of the ‘Despicable Me’ franchise. But this time, there’s a twist there’s 2 Grus, Gru is side by side with his twin brother Dru. In this new film there’s less Minions than past sequels but a

‘All Eyez On Me’: Review

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First of all congratulations to all Tupac fans, you finally have a Tupac Shakur biopic, but sadly this where the good ends.  If there were ever a disjointed made-for-BET R-rated movie, it would be this.  This film is a collection of montages that never seems

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