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Update 2/21/19

I’ve just finished my review of How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, and it’s 1 in the morning. Less than six hours separate the writing of this post and my alarm clock which will herald the start of a new work day. Sometimes, reviews come easy; this one took a little more doing, […]
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Feb 1 2019

TRAILER – “Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw”

The trailer for the hotly-anticipated Fast & Furious spinoff starring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Jason Statham has just dropped, and it looks… AWESOME. Both of their characters have been surprise game-changers since Johnson’s Luke Hobbs was welcomed into the Fast & Furious pantheon in Fast Five and Statham’s post-credits appearance in Furious 6. Furious […]
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Oct 24 2017

Just Sayin’ Hello!

Hi, everyone! We don’t often share personal news on this site, but after four years, it seems about time to do so. First off, Mike and Eddie are still here and not planning on going anywhere. We currently write for DC Filmdom and occasionally for our friends over at Gunaxin. Sometimes, they’ll reprint our reviews […]
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Dec 31 2016

Review: “Sing”

Illumination Entertainment (the “Despicable Me” series) had a decent film on its hands earlier this year with “The Secret Life of Pets”, but its shining contribution to 2016 is “Sing”, a musical embracing big dreams while poking fun at the ridiculous “American Idol” craze. The film might immediately draw comparison to   “Zootopia” with its […]
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Dec 31 2016

21 Films To Watch From 2016

By Michael Parsons Hello readers, and Happy New Year! Cutting right to the chase this year, here are 21 films you should put on your list from 2016 (in no particular order). Enjoy! Rogue One: A Star Wars Story — So now you’ve seen “Rogue One”, the first stand-alone “Star Wars” film. It’s another year […]
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Dec 31 2016

Review: “Arrival”

Let’s talk about “Arrival”. Brought to you by one of my favorite working directors, Denis Villeneuve (“Prisoners”, “Sicario”), this sociopolitically fueled sci-fi flick might best be described at the “Close Encounters of the Third Kind” for millennials. Writer Eric Heisserer has cooked one of the most intelligent screenplays of the year, developed from Nebula Awarding-winning […]
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