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Apr 11 2020

Trolls World Tour (2020) – Movie Review

To be honest, the overly-colorful, incessantly-happy world of Trolls wasn’t something I was looking forward to visiting again. My review of the first film went out unstarred – not to be taken as “zero stars” – because of how at odds the film was with its morals and methods, but the film itself was decidedly not bad. Its […]
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Dec 12 2019

Richard Jewell (2019) – Movie Review

“I am currently 40 minutes into RICHARD JEWELL, and I don’t know if I can review it for several reasons. The biggest, of course, being today’s political climate. Without having read spoilers or reviews and from what I’ve seen so far, I’m guessing Eastwood goes hard against the FBI and the media, two targets of […]
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Jul 8 2013

The Way, Way Back

Let’s get right to it: The Way, Way Back is my favorite movie of 2013 so far. Writers/directors Nat Faxon and Jim Rash have created a movie that’s completely antithetical to the big-budget, computer-generated summer blockbuster, and it manages to have a million times more soul and heart than most films out there currently. It’s […]
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Oct 12 2012

Seven Psychopaths

(This review was originally published on October 12, 2012 at Reel Film News) As the credits rolled on “Seven Psychopaths”, I found myself struggling to remember how the whole thing started in the first place. The film, written and directed by Martin McDonagh (2008’s “In Bruges”), plays like a stream of consciousness; it’s easy to […]
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Dec 9 2011

The Sitter

(This review was originally published onDecember 9, 2011 at The Rogers Revue) If you enjoyed “Pineapple Express”, then you might appreciate my elaboration on why “The Sitter” barely cleared my D rating. Either way, there seems to be (yet another) new wave of comedy that threatens to challenge our creative existence like a planet-ending meteor.
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