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Retro Review: The Phantom Carriage

The holidays are almost over and the new year is slowly approaching. This year has been tough politically and socially with all the weird and crazy happening in the news. This has been a year for reflection and hoping that, maybe next year, things...

Molly’s Game A Fantastic Journey from Aaron Sorkin

Molly's Game is the directorial debut from Aaron Sorkin (who also wrote the screenplay) is a major powerhouse. From the opening sequence until the end credits it is obvious that there was a great deal of thought that went in to the lay out of...

Father Figures is the Comic Relief You Need this Holiday Season

The heart-felt comedy Father Figures, directed by Lawrence Sher, is just the right dose of comedic relief mixed with family cheer for the holiday season. The story is about two twin brothers Peter and Kyle Reynolds, played by Ed Helms and Owen Wilson, and their...

Box Office Royalty: Or Why a Franchise Film Will Never Be a Crowned King

I think I'm in love with Margot Robbie but she doesn't know it......yet. She was great in The Wolf of Wall Street and she nailed that NYC accent. She was a badass pigtailed blonde bombshell with an assortment of melee weapons kicking ass and...

Christmas Holiday: A Holiday Retrospective Review

Since we're slowly approaching the winter festivities and holiday season, I thought it would be special and talk about forgotten or holiday themed movies that do get overlooked. The movie I have selected to review takes place during Christmas Eve and Day without any...

Pitch Perfect 3 The Perfect Send Off for the Series

In the third installment of Pitch Perfect, Becca (played by Anna Kendrick) and the Bella’s realize that life after college is harder than they thought. As the ladies realize their glory days are now over and how hard “adulting” can be, they long for...

“Fuller House” Returns to Netflix for Season 3!

On Friday, Dec. 22, the highly-anticipated second half of the third season of Fuller House lands on Netflix. It’s like your present came a little early this year. Being released almost perfectly timed with your holiday leave from work. The first episode sees us picking...

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle

  In 1995 the incredible Robin Williams brought the dangers of the jungles to our world in the film Jumanji. Boasting some of the best in digital effects for its time the original Jumani film was a fun piece fantasy that seemed to tell all...

A Christmas Story Live Keeps Up Holiday Tradition

Beginning as an experiment with The Sound of Music four years ago, live television musicals have once again become an annual holiday tradition. For every December since 2013, NBC live televised productions of Peter Pan, The Wiz, and Hairspray. While this year's production was originally...

Spoiler Free Review of Star Wars The Last Jedi

Fleeing from the New Order the remaining members of the rebellion, led by General Leia, find themselves trapped by an imperial cruiser. After escaping with notable losses they find themselves on the run from Kylo Ren. Meanwhile on Ahch-To Rey finds the Legendary Jedi...

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