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Gemini

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 […]

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Unsane

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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Vertigo

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 […]

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Love, Simon

“Love, Simon” is probably the first teen love story to bring tears to my eyes. It’s no Nicholas Spark cliche piece of crap or romances between monsters and humans; it’s […]

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Thoroughbreds

“Thoroughbreds,” the directorial debut of Cory Finley, is noteworthy as Anton Yelchin’s last film. For those of you who don’t know him, his credits include the JJ Abrams “Star Trek” […]

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Gringo

After watching annoying performances from an A-list cast in “A Wrinkle in Time,” I’ve found some much better performances in “Gringo,” a comedy with drug cartels, pharmaceutical companies, and a […]

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Red Sparrow

“Red Sparrow,” the next collaboration of Jennifer Lawrence and director Francis Lawrence, is one I’d like to call: “Fifty Shades” during the Cold War. Meaning: there are Russian operatives who […]

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Death Wish

Remakes are always debatable, especially since some like “The Jungle Book” work or others like “Ghostbusters” flop. And “Death Wish, director Eli Roth’s remake of the 1974 Charles Bronson movie, […]

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Annihilation

“Annihilation” is a bizarre, yet absorbing experience-a Sci-Fi thriller has mutates itself with all the mutations going on. Hell, I’m pondering on how movie-goers will take it, especially since CinemaScore […]