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What If Everything You Believed As A Kid Was Real?

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What if everything you believed as a kid was real? From the imagination of John Krasinski, enter a world you have to believe to see. Watch the new teaser trailer for #IFMovie – Only in theatres May 2024.
Starring Ryan Reynolds, John Krasinski, Cailey Fleming, Fiona Shaw, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Louis Gossett Jr., Emily Blunt, Matt Damon, Maya Rudolph, Jon Stewart, Bobby Moynihan, Sam Rockwell, Sebastian Maniscalco, Christopher Meloni, Richard Jenkins, Awkwafina, and Steve Carell. From writer and director John Krasinski, IF is about a girl who discovers that she can see everyone’s imaginary friends — and what she does with that superpower — as she embarks on a magical adventure to reconnect forgotten IFs with their kids. IF stars Ryan Reynolds, John Krasinski, Cailey Fleming, Fiona Shaw, and the voices of Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Louis Gossett Jr. and Steve Carell alongside many more as the wonderfully unique characters that reflect the incredible power of a child’s imagination.

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Caesar’s Reign Comes To The Big Screen With New Trailer For Kingdom Of The Planet Of The Apes

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Director Wes Ball breathes new life into the global, epic franchise set several generations in the future following Caesar’s reign, in which apes are the dominant species living harmoniously and humans have been reduced to living in the shadows. As a new tyrannical ape leader builds his empire, one young ape undertakes a harrowing journey that will cause him to question all that he has known about the past and to make choices that will define a future for apes and humans alike. “Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes” is directed by Wes Ball (the “Maze Runner” trilogy) and stars Owen Teague (“IT”), Freya Allan (“The Witcher”), Kevin Durand (“Locke & Key”), Peter Macon (“Shameless”), and William H. Macy (“Fargo”). The screenplay is by Josh Friedman (“War of the Worlds”) and Rick Jaffa & Amanda Silver (“Avatar: The Way of Water”) and Patrick Aison (“Prey”), based on characters created by Rick Jaffa & Amanda Silver, and the producers are Wes Ball, Joe Hartwick, Jr., p.g.a. (“The Maze Runner”), Rick Jaffa, p.g.a., Amanda Silver, p.g.a., Jason Reed, p.g.a. (“Mulan”), with Peter Chernin (the “Planet of the Apes” trilogy) and Jenno Topping (“Ford v. Ferrari”) serving as executive producers.

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Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom

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Aquaman’s nemesis Manta returns possessed by an ancient evil, with plans to take down both the human world and the Kingdom of Atlantis! 

We launch right into a game of catch-up just as soon as the film begins, taking off at breathless speeds as Arthur Curry aka Aquaman, balances being married to Atlantean royalty Mera (Amber Heard) with their new baby inevitably Arthur Jr. and all that entails a life lived on the land, plus oh yeah, being the reluctant King of Atlantis and all the political stonewalling from the Royal Council, responsibility for the lives and safety of the aquatic denizens of Atlantis, and all the problems and headaches there. This is a hard act to juggle, and Arthur is eternally grateful to his adoptive father Tom (Temuera Morrison) for always being willing to help out watching his grandson, giving Aquaman sage advice when he’s struggling, forever quietly proud of his Polynesian ancestry and the family he made for himself here, where the land meets the sea under his lighthouse. 

The flip side of this idyllic if tiring life is Aquaman’s old nemesis David Kane aka Black Manta (Yahya Abdul-Mateen II), armed with the genius of the entirely naïve Dr. Stephen Shin (Randall Park), a determined lieutenant called Stingray (Jani Zhao) and whatever old Atlantean tech he can get his hands on, is on the hunt for more Atlantean tech to fix his busted Manta suit. Because we’re still, on about getting revenge for Aquaman killing Kane’s father, in the previous movie. Kane does hunt down a lost artifact far more powerful than his blasted suit, the legendary but lost for good reason Black Trident. 

See the thing about artifacts in superhero movies especially, is that the things used to belong to someone, and most likely that someone was powerful, likely magical, and inclined to either great good or horrific evil. Guess which one the Black Trident is? 

Time passes and the whole planet is starting to be affected by the bad things – greenhouse gases, extreme weather, oceanic modifications, the culmination of all of that – and Arthur thinks his best option is to go break his brother Orm (Patrick Wilson) out of aquatic prison to help him fight off Kane and his plans for worldwide destruction! Everyone has to give their opinion on this rather crazed plan of action, especially Arthur’s mother Atlanna (Nicole Kidman), and Orm’s dad King Nereus (Dolph Lungren), though they do come willingly to aid when Arthur gets inevitably in the clutch. 

Things are all coming to a head for a showdown between Kane and the forces of evil behind the real owner of the Black Trident, and Aquaman and all the forces of good, both land and sea, he can muster to fight with him! 

It’s a good movie, fun and light-hearted and full of jokes at the leads’ expense, never taking things too terribly seriously despite the purported world-ending scenario. The CGI for the floating hair of the denizens of Atlantis is better done than in the previous film, though it still strikes me as highly improbable for aquatic humanoids to have long hair in anything other than braids. The version of the film I saw was in IMAX 3D and that was entirely unnecessary, the transition of 3D between scene shifts needed a bit of work. Jason Momoa steers the film with the cheerful recklessness and obstinacy of a surfer against a taller-than-you breaker, always on the verge of a smirk turned into a charming smile, breathlessly whisking the audience along on the adventures of Aquaman and pals. Rumor says this second installment of Aquaman will be the last film in what is known as the DCEU, the slate of DC superhero movies before James Gunn and Peter Safran reboot the whole thing in 2025, and if that’s the case, Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom is a perfectly fun movie to go out on. 

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Saw X: It ain’t brain surgery!

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Legendary executioner Jigsaw returns to exact revenge on a cadre of scam artists who promised him a bogus cure for his cancer! 

First off, be aware, that this is what I call an interleaved sequel, a movie set between previous films in the franchise. In this case, Saw X occurs after the events of the very first Saw film, and before Saw II. Everybody got where we are? Good! Into the madness, we dive! 

So, as we all know, John Kramer’s been diagnosed with cancer, very aggressive brain cancer, and likely doesn’t have much time left. And he’s tried everything under the sun, doing a ton of meticulous research, we’d expect nothing less from our master of the art of murder, and not one thing has worked. Yet one man from the support group for cancer sufferers, Henry (Michael Beach), offers an off-the-books supposed miracle cure, and John jumps at the chance. 

Why does this nonsense always sound too good to be true? Because it is. Deleted scenes from the first Deadpool movie already told us why traveling to Mexico for any kind of medical cure is a sublimely stupid move, but Kramer is desperate. And while he might be sick and dying, John Kramer has never been what anyone could call stupid. So the villa out in the Mexican countryside, the affable cab driver Diego (Joshua Okamoto) professes surprise at Kramer being highjacked for his good, the nervous muttering from assistant Valentina (Paulette Hernandez), the side-eyeing from little housekeep Gabriela (Renata Vaca) and her tequila, and most especially the smooth and smarming reassurances of head “doctor” Cecilia Pederson (Synnove Macody Lund), all leave a kind of sour taste in John’s mouth. 

The whole cluex4 scene is done in the style that the Saw films are known for, where we the audience are treated to cut-together explanatory scenes in a flip-flash fashion of usually about two minutes, for poor John when he realizes he’s been hoodwinked and just how badly, seems a little contrived. But then it’s entirely possible that we the audience truly expected our genius mastermind of the infamous Jigsaw murders to have realized what was happening sooner, and got enraged along with Kramer. And cheered as he prepared to take his bloody and ultra-violent revenge! 

First up in our grand guignol of executions is the return of Jigsaw’s first protégé, Amanda (Shawnee Smith). And despite her avowed reverence for Jigsaw and his proven “therapy”, Amanda does waver a bit when the scammers are put through the paces of their specially-made Saw traps, and they shriek and blubber and bleed out. The appearance of the ringer of the bunch, Parker (Steven Brand), doesn’t even slow our beloved engineer of the damned down, because we knew Jigsaw would have his other apprentice waiting just off stage, the deliciously vicious Detective Hoffman (Costas Mandylor). Even the monkeywrench of involving little-boy soccer fan Carlos (Jorge Briseno) in the traps, is just another cog in the machine that is the brilliantly plotting mind of John Kramer. 

A fine addition to the Saw legends, showcasing a return to the beloved style and panache of the original Tobin Bell-starring Jigsaw films, Saw X is splashing gore and gallons of blood in theaters now! 

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