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Christopher Robin Review: Pooh's Return is a Delightful Experience
When Disney is not producing animated or superhero films the studio is busy retelling their classic tales in a live action format. From Cinderella to Beauty and the Beast the studio continues to take their animated classics and breathe new life into them wi...
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Ant-Man and the Wasp Review: Sizes Up as A Entertaining Sequel
In the Marvel Cinematic Universe many heroes have risen to stardom. The likes of the Avengers and Spider-Man being major players is no surprise, but this movie continuum has also featured more obscure characters such as Doctor Strange and the Guardians of t...
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Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom Review: A Jurassic Disaster
In 2015 the movie world returned to that little park filled with dinosaurs After years of hibernation the Jurassic Park series made its return with the fourth installment in the franchise: Jurassic World ; and what a return it was as the summer blockbuster ...
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Incredibles 2 Review: Pixar's Super Family Returns in Style
Superheroes: a theme that is all too familiar in this day and age. The idea of heroes saving the day has been a concept that has been told time and again on the silver screen and continues to be depicted as the superhero genre expands. However before the Av...
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Annihilation Review: A Conflicting Sci-fi Film
Every now and again there comes a movie that shakes things up. Whether it is a big time blockbuster or something independent one film tends to pop up during the year and get people talking. A cased point of this would be the 2015 sleeper hit Ex Machina . Th...
Annihilation Review: A Conflicting Sci-fi Film
Annihilation Review: A Conflicting Sci-fi Film
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Solo A Star Wars Story Review: Smuggles The Series' Sense of Adventure
In Star Wars there have been many things to define the franchise like the Jedi and the Rebellion. Yet despite the galaxy far, far, away centering on the heroic tales of the Skywalkers one character manages to steal the show and cannot help but love him for ...
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Deadpool 2 Review: Superhero Sequels Fires Expected Rounds
These days superheroes are a dime and a dozen to the point where certain characters can get lost in the shuffle. However the character in question is not among them as his bright red costume makes it hard for him to blend in. This character is none other th...
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Isle of Dogs Review: A One of Kind Animated Feature
There are many filmmakers out there but if there is one that could be consider truly one of a kind it would have to be Wes Anderson.  The director has a distinct style in his movies and tend to deal with outlandish stories with distinct imagery; and for thi...
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Rampage Review: Monstrous Entertainment
Many video games have made the jump to silver screen with some adaptations being more successful than others. However if there was one video game that I never expected to be told in a celluloid format it would be the game Rampage. Rampage is a game series w...
Rampage Review: Monstrous Entertainment
Rampage Review: Monstrous Entertainment
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A Quiet Place Review: Silence is Golden for this Dynamic Horror Film
The realm of horror can be an interesting one. The movie genre is home to a number of concepts that tend to thrill, and even chill,l audiences. However, with such a variety at its midst, it can be difficult to bring something new to the likes of horror movi...
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