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Review: A Whale of a Tale

If I didn't have a strong view of whales before, I do now. A Whale of a Tale is a documentary feature representing the controversy surrounding Japanese whaling traditions in the small, rural town of Taiji, and it gave me a lot of confl...

 
 
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Review: Billionaire Boys Club

Rarely do I get excited about a film because of the people in it, especially one's "Based on a True Story" I've never heard of. One reason I go to the movies is to forget these people are actors and get engrossed by their performances. But ...

 
 
 
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Review: Crazy Rich Asians

Much of the talk surrounding the film adaptation of Crazy Rich Asians is the need for Asian representation in Hollywood—while I'm with it all the way, it isn't what attracted me to the movie. See, people seem to forget that being Asia...

 
 
 
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Alfonso Cuaron's stunning Roma gets its first trailer

Alfonso Cuaron is one of the most powerful directors working. You need to look no further than the rare 10 we gave his last movie, Gravity, to see how I feel about his work. That's why Roma, from Netflix, is probably one of the most h...

 
 
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Review: Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich

The Puppet Master series has been consistently running for almost 30 years. With The Littlest Reich, there are now 12 films to the slasher franchise. And with that many sequels comes a precipitous drop in quality and budget down to one film...

 
 
 
 
 
 
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Thankfully the MGM Child's Play reboot is happening

It's very possible that you hadn't heard -- considering that Chucky isn't on very many people's daily radar and it's been delayed years -- that MGM is planning to reboot the Chucky franchise without creator Don Mancini and pr...

 
 
 
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See The Happytime Murders early and free

No sesame. All Street. With that one tagline, I had to see The Happytime Murders. Do I think it will be good? I'm not sure. It looks like a lot of the comedy is just based off of puppets doing adult things, and that's kind of tired. But tha...

 
 
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First Trailer for Green Book is out

There have only been a handful of thoughtful dramas in 2018 so far. This genre, once home to countless Oscar-bait films, has downsized significantly in recent years as audiences change. However, Green Book's first trailer shows that, at lea...

 
 
 
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MoviePass was reversing cancellations, claims it was a bug

With MoviePass essentially in flames and changing their policies every other day, it would be reasonable for users to want out. But many who attempted to cancel may have found their efforts to be undone, receiving email confirmations that t...

 
 
 
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Joker Origin film may see an R -Rating

Oh, boy Joker fans get ready as we may be finally getting to see The Joker as he was originally intended on screen: downright creepy, sadistic and definitely evil. SO evil in fact, that DC Comics has apparently considered the film may ...

 
 
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Star Trek: Discovery casts Ethan Peck as its Spock

If you watched all the way through Star Trek: Discovery you know that it ended on a cliffhanger that surprised, angered, and excited Trek fans. The show also heavily involved Spock's family, but no Spock. I'm going to talk about t...

 
 
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Uncharted movie has a script, may actually happen

The Uncharted movie project has gone through many iterations, each seeming as unlikely as the last. But the current director attached to the film, family movie director and Stranger Things executive producer Shawn L...

 
 
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Review: Slender Man

Slender Man hasn't been relevant in internet culture for years. Remember how back in 2012 Slender Man was all of the rage? Youtubers were going nuts over Slender: The Eight Pages, there were a bunch of fan games, an...

 
 
 
 
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Tom Hardy's face is freed for his Al Capone movie

Tom Hardy isn't shy about taking on challenging projects (especially if said projects require a contraption over his face), and he has potentially one of his toughest currently in the works. Director Josh Trank released a photo of Hardy as ...

 
 
 
 
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Take a week off work and watch every MCU film in IMAX

Life got you stressed? Can't make your car payment? Need a place to lie low while the feds search your house? Well, Marvel has you covered. In conjunction with Disney and IMAX, Marvel is bringing every film in the MCU to IMAX screens in a w...

 
 
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Review: BlacKkKlansman

Before this review gets serious, can we take a moment to appreciate the presence of the Inside Man thematic overture? So appropriate given the plot device and that Spike Lee directed the awesome 2006 heist film starring Denze...

 
 
 
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Sonic the Hedgehog movie plot revolves around a road trip

The year will be 2019, and as you sit in a movie theater, shoving popcorn into your face as James Marsden interacts with a CGI blue hedgehog, you may ask yourself: "how did we get here?" Collider revealed a few new details about t...

 
 
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Contest: Win a copy of Avengers: Infinity War on Blu-Ray!

I begin most contests with a bit of pomp and circumstance to really up the drama before revealing the true nature of the prize. But when a movie makes like eight gabillion (a real number, look it up) dollars at the box office, I suppose the...

 
 
 
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Review: The Meg

What makes a good bad movie? It's a question I've been pondering over the years as I sit through more and more bad bad movies trying to be good bad movies. Take Skyscraper as a recent example. It's a bad movie, but it's not a good...

 
 
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Deadpool 2 Super Duper extended cut out on digital now

If you loved Deadpool 2 (and I’m sure many of you did ) you will love the new teaser trailer for the new cut of it available now. The trailer features a very seductive Deadpool in kind of classic black and white promo (it makes me th...

 
 
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Black Cat & Silver Sable movie split into two seperate films

The Disney-21st Century Fox merger is happening, and that means the rights to license Marvel superheroes for movies are in fewer hands than ever before. Asides from Disney/Fox, Sony is the only studio with access to film rights - and only t...

 
 
 
 
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Review: We The Animals

We The Animals is a simple, poetic story about boyhood, and like Moonlight it follows a young character at a pivotal time in his life. In a turbulent home life, brothers Jonah, Manny, and Joel navigate growing up and realizing their ...

 
 
 




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A Whale of a Tale"A Japanese controversy and a whole lotta whales"

 

Billionaire Boys Club"Real pretty boys do some real bad things"

 

Crazy Rich Asians"The romantic comedy that hot Asians deserved"

 

Slender Man"He's just standing there... MENACINGLY"

 

BlacKkKlansman"Spike Lee's best"

 

The Meg"As dumb as you want it to be"

 

We The Animals"Sundance winner, this year's Moonlight"

 

Christopher Robin"Excuse me while I ugly cry"

 

Rock Rubber 45s"The king of the court"

 

Fantasia 2018 Tigers Are Not Afraid"A fairy tale with teeth"

 

Fantasia 2018 Tokyo Vampire Hotel"Kill Bill but with vampires"

 

Mission: Impossible - Fallout"Watching Tom Cruise in pain has never looked so beautiful"

 

Fantasia 2018 The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then The Bigfoot"It was never going to live up to that title"

 

Equalizer 2"One good original plus one bad sequel equals zero net gain"

 

Generation Wealth"The cost of everything"

 

Sorry to Bother You"What you think it will be, and somehow more"

 

Eighth Grade"Growing up is crazy dude."

 

Skyscraper" 摩天大楼"

 
 
 
 
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