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Silent Night Review

Merry Christmas, everyone! Let's talk about a murdered child and how it leads to a blood-soaked rampage. Seventy-seven year old John Woo is back in American theaters! It feels like it's been forever since I have thought...
NOTE: Spoilers within for Five Nights At Freddy's! I feel like it's impossible to talk about Five Nights At Freddy's without also discussing Willy's Wonderland.  Willy's Wonderland hilariously beat Five Nights At Freddy's to film by years, giving us a segment...

‘Wish’ Sends A Hopeful Message But Is The Magic Present?

To commemorate Disney’s 100 year anniversary, it was only right for its animators to create a film centered around hopes and dreams as a...

We Are So Back. Let’s Talk About Movies!

With the writers and actors strike both finally coming to a close, all thanks to the consistent efforts of the WGA and SAG-AFTRA, the...

‘Killers of the Flower Moon’ – Unsettling but Purely Scorsese

We all know Martin Scorsese for his legendary filmography and talent for storytelling with titles like Taxi Driver, Gangs of New York, and Shutter...

Remembering the Horrors of the Past Through Film

Over the course of the last week, discussions of one of mankind’s worst and deadliest creations have been buzzing. And with these conversations, it...

‘Joy Ride’ Takes Comedy To A Whole New Outrageous Level

Summer is here and so are some wild comedies, including director Adele Lim’s Joy Ride. The film stars Ashley Park, Sherry Cola, Stephanie Hsu,...

“Nimona” Takes A Risk and Soars In This Beautiful Queer Adventure

If there was ever a film that serves as the definition of perseverance and acts as the epitome of taking risks, then it would...

Indiana Jones Embarks On One Last Big Adventure In “Dial of Destiny”

It’s not often we get a final send-off for a film franchise that extends over 40 years and gives us all a taste of...

“Ruby Gillman: Teenage Kraken” Swims Past The Goal But Has Heart

In a rush of new animation, DreamWorks Animation returns to the competition in a brand new film, Ruby Gillman: Teenage Kraken. The story centers...

“The Perfect Find” Is The Perfect Comfort Watch!

Romantic comedies are a genre full of comfort and hope, and Netflix’s The Perfect Find is no exception. The film is based on the...

Disney’s “World’s Best” Will Heal Your Soul In More Ways Than One

It is officially time for people to wake up to the sounds of fun times and much needed healing found in original movies released...

DID YOU KNOW? Armageddon Edition / Little Known Facts About The 1998 Film

NASA uses the 1998 film Armageddon as a training tool for management trainees. Trainees are tasked with spotting as many errors as possible in the film. So far, 168 errors have been identified.

‘Elemental’ Nails the Experience of Children of Immigrants Within a Love Story

The latest emotional film from Pixar, Elemental, is a romantic-comedy story that takes place in Element City where elements of all shapes and sizes...

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