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‘Glass’ (2018) Review

Glass (2018) Review: Frustratingly Imperfect After almost 20 years the story that began at the start of the millenia has come to a close. ‘Glass’ concludes what began in 2000’s ‘Unbreakable’, and continued in 2017’s ‘Split’. This time reuniting the characters of David Dunn, played by Bruce Willis, and Elijah

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‘Venom’ (2018) Review

Venom (2018) Review: Vicious, Evil, Nearly Overly Mundane 11 years ago, there was a frustratingly terribly movie called ‘Spider-Man 3’. It’s tyranny showed the world one of the most beloved villains of all time, a hulking, vicious being fueled purely by hatred, as portrayed as the guy from ‘That 70s

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‘The Intent 2: The Come Up’ (2018) Review

The Intent 2: The Come Up (2018) Review: Real Actors, Real Story If you asked your typical movie-goer how many times they went to the cinema a year, the answer is likely to be counted on one hand. Of that number, you can bet that the usual suspects will be

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‘Blindspotting’ (2018) Review

Blindspotting (2018) Review: Clear Cut Cinema As I write this review, I hesitate to begin any sort of synopsis for the plot. It’s one of those rare instances where truly I feel, the less you know about the film ‘Blindspotting’, the better. You can already guess how I feel about

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‘Black Panther’ (2018) Review

Black Panther (2018) Review: Game Changing Masterpiece. It seems the phrase “Best Marvel movie yet” loses it’s meaning more and more. It’s something that’s proclaimed with almost every iteration in the cinematic universe. Mostly for different reasons. This creates a constant one-upmanship among the films. As a viewer, it’s seemingly

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‘The Shape Of Water’ (2017) Review

The Shape Of Water (2017) Review: Beautifully Different If I told you about the best film of the year, what would I say? Certainly not that it’s ‘The Shape of Water’. No instead, what I will say is that ‘The Shape of Water’ is a movie that is unlike any

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‘The Cloverfield Paradox’ (2018) Review

The Cloverfield Paradox (2018) Review: Easy Come, Easy Go After what seemed like the beginning of a descent into development hell, the third chapter in the loosely aligned Cloverfield saga has emerged. The film ‘The Cloverfield Paradox’ was previously known as ‘The God Particle’, which tells you a fair bit

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‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ (2017) Review

The Last Jedi (2017) Review: Steady Your Pitchforks After the end of ‘The Force Awakens’, it’s safe to say, the films are decidedly safe. Since its return, the franchise has remade one movie and made another as a tangential story add-on. So, walking into ‘The Last Jedi’, I was as

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‘Murder On The Orient Express’ (2017) Review

‘Murder On The Orient Express’ Is A Classic Reborn. (2017) Review For the second time in nearly 50 years, the Agatha Christie novel ‘Murder On The Orient Express’ has been adapted to film. The story follows the incomparable detective Hercule Poirot, and his impossibly huge moustache. Hercule finds himself aboard

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