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Jul 10 2023

Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One – Movie Review

In the current cinema game, there is nothing more excellent than the Mission: Impossible franchise. Led by Tom Cruise, the casts and crews of each film dare to get bigger and push further with their stuntwork and film bravado while making audiences worldwide squeal and swoon with delight. Each successive film bears a reason to go […]
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May 21 2020

Inheritance (2020) – Movie Review

Why do we, as a culture, indulge the self-important need to know so much about the wealthy and the powerful? Do we really respect them for “being just like us” when the trash behind their carefully-curated public image is revealed? Are we attracted to the money, the lifestyles, the cars, the houses, the glitz and […]
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Mar 28 2018

Ready Player One

Here’s the key to enjoying Steven Spielberg’s adaptation of Ernest Cline’s novel Ready Player One: Realize the film’s $175 million budget covered the filmmaking and what rights to various properties they could afford. Were they to include every little detail of the book, the film’s budget would have been at least triple that. So right […]
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Jul 22 2016

Star Trek Beyond

Author’s note: this review, like the movie itself, is dedicated to the lives of Leonard Nimoy and Anton Yelchin. Everyone knows the Star Trek film curse: the odd-numbered Prime (read: William Shatner era) Star Trek films fell short of their intended reception, while the even-numbered films were the best of the series. So far, the Kelvin […]
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Jul 22 2016

Ice Age: Collision Course

In its 14-year lifespan, the Ice Age franchise has never varied from its “family first” ethos – your family may not be the one you grew up with, but the one you find later in life, and both families are equally important. Granted, the quality of the films has changed from cute to loathsome and […]
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Dec 22 2015

Star Wars – Episode VII: The Force Awakens (Eddie’s review)

As it says in my bio, my first solid childhood memory is being in a movie theater, squealing with delight while the X-Wings skimmed the trench in 1977’s Star Wars (not bearing its A New Hope secondary title).  This was probably the first movie I loved through and through, soon amassing a collection of figurines […]
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