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  • Midnight Run

    Before Stuber and Pineapple Express, there was Jack and the Duke in Midnight Run I’ve seen action comedies inspired by “Midnight Run,” like “Pineapple Express” and more recently, “Stuber,” but never have I seen the actual movie. I’m ashamed to… Read More ›

  • Yesterday, Spider-Man, and Midsommar video reviews

    This week’s video reviews consist of Danny Boyle’s latest entry “Yesterday,” Tom Holland back as your Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man in “Spider-Man: Far From Home,” and Ari Aster’s next horror flick “Midsommar.” Watch “Annabelle Comes Home” at your own risk, cause… Read More ›

  • Seinfeld: 30th Anniversary

    30 years of nothing is really something On July 5, 1989, the first “Seinfeld” episode aired, and ever since, it has gained fans who admire Jerry Seinfeld’s comedy material. I haven’t seen every episode, but there are a number of… Read More ›

  • Midsommar

    It’s deranged, it’s disturbing, it’s long, and yet, it’s watchable. As a kid, my biggest fear is standing out in a field midday by myself, and hearing a loud scream. I would be frightened by that situation, doesn’t matter how… Read More ›

  • Spider-Man: Far From Home

    My Spidey Senses are tingling: this sequel is fun. For those of you who didn’t see “Avengers: Endgame,” and that would be the few of you, then don’t read this review of “Spider-Man: Far From Home.” But of you did,… Read More ›

  • Ophelia

    Most of the way through, Daisy Ridley holds our attention as Hamlet’s lover. Ophelia was Hamlet’s lover in the William Shakespeare tale, and a writer by the name of Lisa Klein gave readers her perspective during the tragedy. I’ve only… Read More ›

  • Yesterday

    It Gently Weeps at times, but Here Comes the Sun for Himesh Patel I was on a Beatles tour in London last April, and I knew the tour guide would mention about “Yesterday,” Danny Boyle’s latest entry about the only… Read More ›

  • Forrest Gump

    Forrest turns 25, and life’s like a box of chocolates. If anyone asks me how is the IMAX experience of Robert Zemeckis’ “Forrest Gump,” I will not hesitate to say: “I don’t care if I have to watch it on… Read More ›

  • Wild Rose, Toy Story 4, and Child’s Play video reviews

    This week’s video reviews consist of Jessie Buckley dreaming of country music fame in “Wild Rose,” the latest sequel to a wonderful animated franchise “Toy Story 4,” and the reboot of “Child’s Play.” The Final Verdict “Wild Rose” ⭐️⭐️⭐️ “Toy… Read More ›

  • Child’s Play (2019)

    This reboot should have stayed in the box or in the factory where it was produced. I just praised “Toy Story 4” for possessing the heart and imagination the other three movies, especially since I grew up with the original… Read More ›

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