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Jan 15 2020

Dolittle (2020) – Movie Review

The thing about Dolittle is this: we’ve seen it all before in numerous children’s adventure films. Dolittle doesn’t add very much to the cinema conversation, but it’s not meant to do so. It is purely meant to whisk its intended audience away with grand – albeit excessively computer-enhanced – escapism and fun. And many, many […]
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Sep 26 2019

Abominable (2019) – Movie Review

Abominable, the latest offering from DreamWorks Animation, has a lot going on in its 97 minutes. It also requires you to sit through every one of those 97 minutes due to photos included in the end credits. Yet the film doesn’t make you feel like it’s an obligation to do so; instead, you want to […]
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Aug 22 2019

Driven (2019) – Review

Everybody alive in the 1980s remembers the splashy impact of John DeLorean’s infamous stainless steel car in pop culture. From being regarded as a joke due to constant breakdowns to being given new life as the hero car of 1985’s Back to the Future, the DMC DeLorean has earned a dubious place in modern American history. […]
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Aug 15 2019

Good Boys (2019) – Review

I’m not going to lie: Good Boys was right up my alley. Vulgar, brash, sweet, and completely insane, Good Boys doesn’t let up on the funny for one second, ensuring laughs from the end of the opening logos to the beginning of the closing credits. (There are no post-credits sequences, so you can immediately go […]
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Jun 6 2019

The Secret Life of Pets 2

The Secret Life of Pets 2 is an improvement in almost every way over its Toy Story-ripoff predecessor; it’s sweeter, kinder, and more open about its feelings. However, in trying to keep it short and effective – it lasts only 86 minutes – we’re bowled over by three distinct stories which barrel at us faster […]
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Feb 21 2019

How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World – Review

It’s been a pleasure watching Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III (Jay Baruchel) grow. Formerly the awkward, misfit son of a village chieftain, he’s found his place in their little Viking microcosm of Berk as a dragon master. As life evolves for him, he’s constantly thrown into different roles with little time to react or find sure […]
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