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Throwback Thursday Review: “Solo” (1996)

The 90s were full of sci-fi, action flicks having to do with cyborg soldiers. Obviously, movies like Terminator and Universal soldier come to mind, but dig deeper and you will find many more, less celebrated robo-warrior movies...
 
5.0

“Gifted” Is A Touching, Heartfelt Drama

Back in 2009, Marc Webb directed one of the better relationship dramedies of the 21st century in “500 Days of Summer”. Since then, he has done a few music videos, some tv (including one of my favorite episodes of &#...
 
8.0

Review: “I Am Not Your Negro”

  On James Baldwin articulate worldly but American invested in humanity precisely of his time precise of our time 40 years later reflection is not to be ignored but sought out for understanding is essential and as it was l...
 
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Review: “The Founder” Does Not Shine A Good Light On Ray Kroc

There are two kinds of people in this world: Those that will hate Ray Kroc after watching this movie, and those that will respect him. “The Founder” makes sure to not blur the lines of whether or not he was a good g...
 
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Review: “La La Land” Brings the Musical Back To the Big Screen

I’m going to be honest with you right up front: I wanted to find something about this movie I didn’t like. It’s not that I have anything against Ryan Gosling or Emma Stone, I have no ill will towards writer/di...
 
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Review: “Nerve” Starts Out With Good Intentions; Loses Its Way Quickly

Based on the novel by Jeanne Ryan, “Nerve” centers on a young woman, Vee (Emma Roberts), who’s tired of her best friend Sydney (Emily Meade) getting more attention than her while she kind of hangs out in the b...
 
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