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Posted January 31, 2018in Film Review

‘I, Tonya’ is fearless, ferocious and very funny.

“America. They want someone to love, but they want someone to hate … There’s no such thing as truth. I mean it’s bullshit!” —Tonya Harding Kids today are often told they can do anything or be anyone. But not too long ago, they were told they had best toe the

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Posted January 03, 2018in Film Review

An emotional wallop

“The Last Jedi” does not “go the way you think.” A long time ago in a move theater far, far away, a completely unique and wondrous story was conceived, written and adapted to the silver screen. It was filled with captivating characters, memorable moments and incredible ideas. These weren’t actors

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Posted December 06, 2017in Film Review

“Three billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri”

A fantastic dark comedy with great performances “The more you keep a case in the public eye, the better your chances are at getting it solved.” Whether or not you believe the quote, this does posit a rather interesting idea. What lengths would you go to ensure there’s justice for

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Posted November 01, 2017in Film Review

“The Foreigner”

Forget what the 1990’s taught us about Jackie Chan. If everything you loved was taken from you, what would you do to get a hold of the people responsible? It’s a familiar story with a resurgence in popularity thanks to the ever-quotable Liam Neeson in “Taken.” However, “The Foreigner” takes the premise a step

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Posted October 04, 2017in Film Review

“Kingsmen: The Golden Circle”

A steady shot of adrenaline from start to finish Following the success of its first installment, “Kingsmen: The Golden Circle” takes the best parts of the universe it’s created for itself, and gives a few simple spins to keep things exciting and fun. The action begins right out of the

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Posted September 06, 2017in Film Review

“Logan Lucky”

It’s “Ocean’s Eleven” meets “Joe Dirt” in Soderbergh’s new heist flick. The Logan boys aren’t known for their looks. They aren’t known for their smarts. And they certainly aren’t known for their luck. But are those really reasons to keep one from attempting to rob one of the most popular

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Posted August 02, 2017in Film Review

Never surrender

“Dunkirk” is a minimalist masterpiece from director Christopher Nolan We enter the town of Dunkirk with a group of five young men who appear to be looking for any rations or materials of value left within the city. Pamphlets fall from the sky and inform those Allied forces still in

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Posted July 05, 2017in Film Review

A summer blockbuster to avoid

Latest Transformers movie is overstuffed, overlong, boring and exhausting Sometimes a movie comes along that leaves certain audiences wondering, “Why?” Why was this movie made? Who was this made for? What was the point the movie wanted to make? You get the idea. “Transformers: The Last Knight” is the fifth

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Posted May 31, 2017in Film Review

Another King Arthur retread

Timeless tale is promising at first but disappoints King Arthur is a timeless tale that has been told many times in books, plays, movies and for TV. It makes one wonder why we needed a new big-budget 3D King Arthur film, but Warner Bros. decided we did. At first the

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Posted May 03, 2017in Film Review

85-minute adrenaline rush

Entertaining film is action-packed with a thin plot Set in Boston in 1978, the film opens outside a warehouse where a group of Irishmen are waiting to buy guns from South African arms dealers. The Irish are led by (and that’s putting it generously) Chris (Cillian Murphy) and Frank (Michael

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