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Apr 22 2021

Mortal Kombat (2021) – Movie Review

Well… fans had high hopes for the fully rated-R adaptation of the ultra-gory Mortal Kombat video game series – especially since we were denied the blood and spine-rips in Paul W.S. Anderson’s PG-13 guilty pleasure from 1995 – and here it is. In all its squicky glory. That’s what you’re going to watch this for, […]
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Feb 11 2021

Judas and the Black Messiah (2021) – Movie Review

I haven’t published anything since Christmas Day 2020. During November and December, studios send critics all of their awards bait, whether on DVD or digital; my job is to go through all of it and see which one’s worthy of accolades, to separate the wheat from the chaff. Around this time, I’m hit with a […]
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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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Aug 14 2019

Blinded by the Light (2019) – Review

It’s a tough thing trying to find your voice. From first babbles as an infant, to the raging teenage struggle to be heard, to further shouts into the eternal void, establishing one’s own identity through any kind of expression begets a lot of pain and angst. Mostly toward the people you wish would listen to […]
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Oct 4 2018

A Star Is Born (2018) – Movie Review

A Star Is Born, remade yet again. Its fourth incarnation since 1937. What possible good could come of yet another manifestation of this story of stardom and love gained, lost, and championed? The short answer: almost every possible kind of good. Director/co-writer/star Bradley Cooper brings a no-nonsense sensibility to this 81-year-old story, infusing it with […]
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Sep 28 2018

Smallfoot

I’ve spent the last few days trying to come up with good things to say about Smallfoot: its grand purpose, timely themes, wonderfully engaging voice casting, sterling animation, almost every aspect that I could think of. Yet the one recurring phrase coming to my mind is “middle of the road.” Don’t get me wrong; it […]
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