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Lean on Pete

In the month of April, I was given two touching films about boys and their horses. “The Rider” is about an ex-rodeo star, struggling to overcome a near-fatal head injury, […]

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No matter what they say about “Rampage” breaking a video game curse, you pretty much know that’s a lie. It’s nothing more than a violent, reckless, and idiotic mess that […]

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The Rider

No Movie Stars Were Used in the Making of this Film “The Rider” is a drama with no big movie star names, but an actual family playing different people. They […]

Drama 0


Written by Tony Gilroy of “Bourne” fame, “Beirut” is not a masterpiece that I would see again and again. My problem with the movie is how convoluted the story gets, […]

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These days, some political dramas don’t really need Oliver Stone or Steven Spielberg to retell the truth about corruption in the past. We can sometimes rely on other filmmakers or […]

comedy 0


I’m a bit skeptical about comedies these days, to be honest with you. Most of the time or half the time, the trailers make them look stupid. Half the time, […]

Drama 3

A Quiet Place

There’s a certain type of movie-goers I’d like to define, based on box office results, and that type is what I always call: Horror Moths. Mostly for jump scares (the […]

Mystery 0


What you want out of a good murder mystery is the key elements you need to help solve it-the characters, the items, and the explanation of their whereabouts at the […]

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Ready Player One

What we’re most excited for in Steven Spielberg’s “Ready Player One” is the virtual reality-the fantasy world where you can be anyone-human, alien, or cartoon character. In fact, this movie […]

Horror 0


I just found out that director Steven Soderbergh shot “Unsane” with the iPhone 7. Look at the quality and tone the iPhone has given to the movie, especially with its […]

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Alfred Hitchcock’s 1958 mystery thriller “Vertigo” has it all-fears, romance, lies, twists, obsession, and temptations. I’ve watched it for the first time, as part of its 60th Anniversary, and I […]