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May 20 2022

Emergency (2022) – Movie Review

Where Emergency makes its impact is in the way it makes the Black struggle real. Although we see it on the news almost every other day, what we don’t get often is the first-person perspective of just how harrowing it is to be a minority and not be able to trust the systems that are […]
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Apr 1 2022

The Bubble (2022) – Movie Review

Leave it to comedy guru Judd Apatow to make a COVID-19 movie that feels as long as the pandemic itself. The Bubble wants to be subversive and timely with its commentary on our behavior during this time, but it comes off more like the guy who stayed past his welcome at the party and is […]
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Feb 8 2022

The Fabulous Filipino Brothers (2022) – Movie Review

Speaking as a Filipino-American, it’s always wonderful to see us represented in the things we consume, and we’re insanely proud of it. No matter if it’s in literature, music, film, television, or seeing a restaurant bearing the Filipino flag while we drive here in America – we always stop and check it out. In recent […]
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Jul 15 2020

Divos! (2020) – Movie Review

I had a double-feature of Game of Death and Divos! in this specific order… and boy, I’m happy I watched Divos! second. This was exactly the antidote I needed for the ugliness of the preceding movie. Divos! is a punchy charmer and rejoices in petty awkwardness, manically (or maniacally?) driven by its hero and narrator Ricky. […]
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Oct 6 2019

30 Nights of Sex to Save Your Marriage (2019) – Movie Review

As we grow older, we find more and more that consumer products – especially music and film – aren’t marketed or made for us. Your chances of finding youth-oriented comedies in theaters are much greater than finding something made for those of us who’ve already been through the awkward transition between the teenage years and […]
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Feb 7 2019

What Men Want (2019) – Movie Review

I’m gonna be straight up here: I like watching Nancy Meyers’ What Women Want from time to time. A pre-meltdown Mel Gibson and an absolutely delightful Helen Hunt aided and abetted by a supporting cast which includes the likes of Ashley Johnson, Alan Alda, Judy Greer, and Bette Midler? What couldn’t you like about it? […]
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