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Sep 27 2023

PAW Patrol: The Mighty Movie – Review

As the father of two children, I am somewhat familiar with Nickelodeon’s “PAW Patrol” series. Both my daughters have progressed past the age range intended for the series, but my youngest, Ari (who turns 11 a day or two after this goes live), asked to join me for a screening of the new film, PAW […]
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Jan 19 2023

Alice, Darling (2023) – Movie Review

Alice, Darling is a snapshot of a woman in hell. Completely lost and drained of life, it takes two women to bring her back to the land of the living, and even their combined efforts still might not be able to break through. We’re put right in the titular Alice’s (Anna Kendrick) physical and mental […]
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Feb 16 2022

The Cursed (2022) – Movie Review

For the first two-thirds of The Cursed, we are abjectly throttled and abused, subjected to witnessing acts of horror and befoulment to the point of numbness. This film does not hesitate in getting straight to the point with shocking gore and dismemberments; one such grisly incident paves the way for the rest of the story […]
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Dec 24 2019

Code 8 (2019) – Movie Review

Code 8 started life as a 10-minute short (found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqO90q0WZ0M) concerning a dystopian future where humans with telekinetic superpowers aren’t treated like the gods found in comic books. Instead, they’re outcasts, pariahs stuck in dead ends and made to live in squalor, the rest of society unwilling to allow them into their homes, businesses, […]
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