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‘The Lego Batman Movie’ (2017) Review

The Lego Batman Movie (2017) Review: The Best Batman Movie In Years. From the swinging 60s to the 2000s, Batman has lingered on throughout cinema. As a brand, it’s one of the most successful and versatile I can think of. Movies, video games, television, even music. Batman is one of

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‘John Wick Chapter 2’ (2017) Review

John Wick Chapter 2 (2017) Review:John Wick and the Terrible, Murderous, No Good, Very Bloody Day It’s easy to think that originality in Hollywood is dead. Case in point: Lego Batman. A movie based on a line of toys, based on a comic book character. The cynic in me wants

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‘Split’ (2017) Review

Split (2017) Review: Half Good/Half Bad After you’ve been called the Spielberg of a new generation, it’s hard not to fall below expectations. Still, M. Night Shyamalan fell pretty far. ‘Split’ aims to be a return to form for the once celebrated director. A genuinely interesting concept. It’s about a

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‘Hidden Figures’ (2016) Review

Hidden Figures (2016) Review: Far Too Light I wasn’t around for the 1960s, but everything I’ve seen from the time period confirms two things. It was a great time for NASA, but a bad time for black people. Worse if you were a black woman. Never do you get a

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‘La La Land’ (2016) Review

La La Land (2016) Review: No School Like The Old With 14 Academy Award nominations to its name, it’s hard not to walk into ‘La La Land’ affected by the hype. That hasn’t happened since Jack and Rose sailed the ocean. To Celine Dion no less. La La Land also

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‘Monster Trucks’ (2017) Review

Monster Trucks (2017) Review: Must Be 10 Years Or Younger To Enjoy My dad once told me how much he suffered as a parent. Being forced to watch every inane piece of material that captured the attention of my easily swayed mind. Put a superhero in it. A robot. Anything

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‘Hacksaw Ridge’ (2016) Review

Hacksaw Ridge (2016) Review: A Movie For Everyone, And No One The world has no shortage of war films. Additionally there is no shortage of world war II films. Yet ‘Hacksaw Ridge’ is just that. A World War II film that in fact, has a story worth telling. I suppose

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‘Fences’ (2016) Review

Fences (2016) Review: Denzel As Your Dad After weeks of the holiday season, going from house to house and being surrounded by loved ones, ‘Fences’ comes along with a reminder of the dark side of family. Based on the 1983 play of the same name, ‘Fences’ takes place in 1950s

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‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’ (2016) Review

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2016) Review: Did You Know Star Wars Had A Death Star?! Set very nearly before ‘A New Hope’, ‘Rogue One’ tells the story of a group of rebel underdogs as they attempt to gain the plans to the Death Star that were such a

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‘Office Christmas Party’ (2016) Review

Office Christmas Party (2016) Review: Space Office X For many people, the annual office Christmas party is a droll experience. No one really wants to be there, and it somehow turns the joyous event of Christmas, into a sad lonely affair. ‘Office Christmas Party’ is for those people. It’s an

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