2024

Jun 13 2024

Inside Out 2 : Movie Review

There hasn’t been a series quite like the Inside Out films, where outrageous, heartfelt, silly, and utterly humanistic explanations are given for our often-erratic human behavior. Personifying our base emotions – joy, fear, disgust, sadness, and anger – as anthropomorphic characters who have a weird life of being these emotions while having them as well elevated a fairly good […]
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Jun 5 2024

Bad Boys: Ride or Die – Movie Review

The fun doesn’t stop with Mike Lowrey (Will Smith) and Marcus Burnett (Martin Lawrence) in their latest buddy-cop sequel, Bad Boys: Ride or Die. Not even its serious-as-a-heart-attack (pun kinda intended – there’s one of those in the movie) stakes that threaten to ruin our beloved characters can halt how much oomph directing partners Adil […]
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May 31 2024

Tell That to the Winter Sea : Movie Review

First loves. The thrill of being attracted to someone who is, in turn, attracted to you. The electricity of touch. Getting lost in long looks. The magic of the world looking different when you’re with each other. The strength you get when you feel their presence. The pinpricking of loss when they’re not around. The […]
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May 31 2024

Summer Camp : Movie Review

There’s a joy to the corniness of Castille Landon’s Summer Camp, a story about three lifelong camp buddies brought together in their advancing age for a reunion. It’s nice to see leads Kathy Bates, Diane Keaton, and Alfre Woodward having some fun with themselves. Although bearing predictably threadworn plot points and swerves, it’s a cute […]
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May 30 2024

In a Violent Nature

Oh, man. This was the one I was waiting for; if you’re a horror fan like me, how can you not love a Friday the 13th-style slasher film from the point of view of the murderer? Did you ever wonder how he manages to stay out of sight until the last second or catch up […]
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May 24 2024

The Present : Movie Review

One family. Two parents about to announce to their three kids – one with autism – that they’re separating. And one grandfather clock with the magical ability to turn back 12 hours. So goes The Present, a wittily-titled film sure to garner comparisons to Groundhog Day, but the ethos is different here, and it provides […]
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