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Nov 8 2018

Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch (2018) – Movie Review

Full disclosure: I’m positive my parents and sisters made me watch the 1966 “How The Grinch Stole Christmas” special when I was a kid, but I cannot remember it. Having two children of my own, I’ve been planning on reconnecting with it through them, but as yet, I have not. Also, I never bothered to […]
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Sep 26 2018

Destination Wedding

“Two misanthropic narcissists are forced together at a wine country wedding.” Easy enough description, wouldn’t you say? A film like that almost writes itself. But written (and directed) by Victor Levin, it takes on an entirely different, smashing bent as Keanu Reeves and Winona Ryder waltz nimbly around everything outside of their own selves, including […]
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Mar 22 2018

Pacific Rim: Uprising

I honestly didn’t want to see Pacific Rim: Uprising, much less review it. 2013’s Pacific Rim didn’t wow me, even with its larger-than-life, IMAX-sized monsters vs. machines WWE-style matches. Truthfully, films like these – even comic book films of late – are just rehashes of Irwin Allen disaster films. There’s not a whole lot of […]
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Dec 20 2017

Pitch Perfect 3

When you were younger, I’ll bet you said, “Awww, do I hafta?!” whenever you were asked to do something you didn’t want to do. Taking out the trash, doing your homework, being nice to your brother, eating your lima beans. Whatever it was, you wound up doing it kinda begrudgingly and somewhat exaggerated, making a […]
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Sep 28 2017

American Made

American Made has got to be one of the most perverse films I’ve seen this year, and I mean it as a positive. That’s “perverse,” not “perverted,” by the way. “Perverse” in the way that what we’re watching is meant to be a man’s illicit life, yet we’re laughing savagely at it. Those of you […]
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Jun 30 2017

Despicable Me 3

It’d be one thing if the Despicable Me series had a story which needed to be told in its third film. What we have with Despicable Me 3 (or is it Despicable M3, as the film’s opening credits and promotional materials claim?) is a piece of relatively harmless, potty humor-filled fluff which feels more like […]
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