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DUNE 2021

When asked by a friend to summarize with just one word my reactions to the newest Dune screen incarnation, I replied “Finally!”, because that’s how I felt once the movie was over: finally, Frank Herbert’s work has been translated on the big screen with as much accuracy in respect of the original material as the […]

DUNE 2021 – Part One: movie review

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Chaos Walking (2021) Review

In a dystopian future 2258 planet New World might not always be as simple as it seems when a crashed ship with a woman onboard creates chaos for the only men left in the population. ⭐️ A dystopian New World which is all men and they have a new condition which is called the Noise, […]

Chaos Walking (2021) Review
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‘The Sandman’

DC has offered up a new look at their upcoming Netflix adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman. The new image has revealed the first look at actress Gwendoline Christie as Lucifer. Created by Neil Gaiman, Sam Keith, and Mike Dringenberg, Lucifer debuted in 1989’s The Sandman #4. An adaptation of the biblical Lucifer, the character played an […]

‘The Sandman’: First Look At Gwendoline Christie As Lucifer Revealed
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Squid Game (2021)

Squid Game is a highly bingeable nine-episode show that can be described as a variation of the Hunger Games series (albeit better, less generic, and even more brutal). It is a dystopian flick that nobody wanted until everybody did—with this ruthless South Korean hit trending as #1 on Netflix. I can’t say that it is […]

Squid Game (2021)
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No Time to Die

No Time to Die is the 25th Bond movie and Daniel Craig’s final film as the suave superspy. Craig’s films started in 2006 with Casino Royal and the seeds planted in that film grew over Bond’s next three films and are at the center of his emotional/internal conflict in No Time to Die. The film […]

Review: No Time to Die
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The Green Knight (2021)

WELL DONE, MY BRAVE KNIGHT!   The names of Camelot, Excalibur, Lancelot, Morgana, Merlin, and Arthur Pendragon are some of the main staples to the many different iterations of the Arthurian legends of King Arthur. Taking inspiration from many the tales of British folklore, the legend of King Arthur has been told and retold through […]

The Green Knight (2021) Review (600th Review)
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Vikings (2013-2020)

The History Channel’s flagship series Vikings aired its last episode in December. And though this celebrated work is finally in the history books, its legacy will live on. It isn’t your stereotypical “this is one of the best shows ever” series. It isn’t trying to be anything other than itself. And that’s okay. Vikings is, […]

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TIFF 2021: “Dune”

“Dune” is probably this year’s most anticipated film that is expected to come out in theatres first. Shot for IMAX, with gorgeous scenery, landscape, cinematography, editing, theme and directing, the film justifies its expectation which will allow the audience to enjoy it, watching on the big screen. “Dune” is one of the most challenging adaptions […]

TIFF 2021: “Dune”
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Fast And The Furious 9: The Fast Saga

Dom Toretto, Letty and their son are finally living the live they have always wanted. Off the grid and in the middle of nowhere with nothing around them but themselves. However, as we all know danger lurks around every corner and so Dom and Letty along with their crew are once again forced to save […]

Fast And The Furious 9: The Fast Saga – MOVIE REVIEW

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The Loud House Movie

Lincoln has 10 exceptional sisters. He’s great at helping his parents navigate the chaos of having such a large, high-achieving family, but at the end of the day, being a great helper doesn’t get him any trophies, and he’s having an existential crisis about not having his own special talent. The Premise: In pursuit of […]

The Loud House Movie
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The Treasure Of The Sierra Madre: Potently Prospecting Paranoia

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Rating: 8.5 out of 10. Stephen King. Alice Cooper. Hillary Clinton. Richard Dreyfuss. Jean Reno. What do these people all have in common? They’re all 73 years old. And do you know who else is? That’s right: The Treasure of the Sierra Madre. The 1948 Warner Bros film follows two destitute Americans, the paranoid […]

The Treasure Of The Sierra Madre: Potently Prospecting Paranoia
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Children Of Men: Overcooked, Undercooked And Nothing In Between

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Rating: 7.5 out of 10. It’s day two in Over-The-Shoulder’s mini apocalypse, and Children of Men is the second film to be served on a silver platter for us to devour in a dismal cannibalistic lifestyle. But it’s an apocalypse – who can blame us? Anyway: Set in 2027 Britain, where eighteen years of […]

Children Of Men: Overcooked, Undercooked And Nothing In Between
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Jungle Cruise

The Premise: Based on a beloved ride at Disney that’s 20% water ride and 80% dad jokes (now with less racism!), the film adaptation introduces us to Dr. Lily Houghton (Emily Blunt), thwarted at every turn because of her gender, but dedicated enough to scientific pursuit to follow it all the way to the Amazon […]

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Annihilation (2018)

One of the best films of 2018, Alex Garland’s cunning sci-fi masterpiece Annihilation is unlike anything else you’ll ever see. Taking things to an even greater level than Garland did in his equally stellar debut film (Ex Machina), Annihilation is extremely warped—to the point where many can’t handle it. But if you’re fine with a […]

Annihilation (2018)
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The Grey (2011) Review – Once More Into The Fray

When this movie came out back in 2011, I remember movie fans talking about it a lot. Unfortunately, most of that talk was about how people felt betrayed by the trailer, as it made it seem like an action movie. What didn’t help the cause was the fact the director removed a scene of Liam […]

The Grey (2011) Review – Once More Into The Fray
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Superman III (1983) Movie Review

Title: Superman III.Rated: PG. Director: Richard Lester.Screenplay by: David Newman & Leslie Newman. Release Date: 1983.Runtime:  125 min. Genre(s): Action, Adventure, Comedy.Cast: Christopher Reeve, Richard Pryor, Jackie Cooper, Marc McClure, Annette O’Toole, Annie Ross, and many more! Budget: $39,000,000 (estimated). Opening Weekend (US & Canada): $13,352,357. My Overall Rating: ⭐⭐ Rating: 2 out of 5. […]

Superman III (1983) Movie Review
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Gunpowder Milkshake

Spoiler alert: I’m pretty sure the milkshake’s actually just vanilla. Public safety notice: Don’t eat gunpowder. It’s not delicious and it also might set your toots on fire. Friendly piece of advice: Chocolate beats vanilla. Peanut-butter-brownie’s even better. Salted-caramel-pretzel is the best. Movie premise: Sam (Karen Gillan) is abandoned as a child by her assassin […]

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Film Review: “Black Widow” (2021)

⭐⭐⭐⭐ Rating: 4 out of 5. Black Widow is one of the most fascinating characters I personally started respecting after her ultimate sacrifice in The Avengers End Game. There’s something about her you can’t disregard. It’s not just her contagious charm or ability to convince the rest of the world why she deserves to be […]

Film Review: “Black Widow” (2021)
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Yes, There’s a Scene After the “Black Widow” End Credits

Never, ever mess with war Widows. Nearly a decade in the making and fourteen months in the releasing, the next chapter in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is here at long last, two years after Spider-Man: Far From Home capped off Phase III in theaters. Fans had to content themselves with Marvel’s new above-average TV fare […]

Yes, There’s a Scene After the “Black Widow” End Credits
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The Wages of Fear (1953)

Title – The Wages of Fear (1953) Director – Henri-Georges Clouzot (Manon) Cast – Yves Montand, Charles Vanel, Folco Lulli, Peter van Eyck Plot – When an oil well ignites in flames deep in a remote section of South American wilderness, a group of four men are enticed via significant financial incentives to transport a […]

Classic Review – The Wages of Fear (1953)

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