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‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’ (2021) Review

‘Venom Let Ther Be Carnage’ (2021) Review: Symbiote Squabbles At just over 90 minutes, ‘Venom Let There Be Carnage’ is miniscule compared to your usual comic book blockbuster. The film is content with keeping things brief, something that mostly works to the movie’s advantage. The action is charged and all

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‘Queenpins’ (2021) Review

‘Queenpins’ (2021) Review: Good Girls Break Bad Turn on your television in the last decade and you’d likely come across a familiar premise. A mild mannered suburbanite turns to a life of crime to help make ends meet. Consumed by greed, and the thrill of a life of crime, they

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‘Shang Chi And The Legend Of The Ten Rings’ (2021) Review

‘Shang Chi And The Legend Of The Ten Rings’ (2021) Review: Martial Arts Marvel After crafting a universe spanning 24 films, multiple television series, the 25th film in the interconnected Marvel franchise attempts to go back to basics. Introducing a new face to its ever growing pantheon of characters with

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‘Escape Room’ (2021) Review

‘Escape Room Tournament of Champions’ (2021) Review: Sadistic Survival Having skipped the original ‘Escape Room’, I was worried I’d have missed some crucial information going into this sequel. This seems to be an anticipated anxiety, as the first 5 minutes of the film are devoted to catching you up to

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‘Respect’ (2021) Review

‘Respect’ (2021) Review: Requiem For A Queen There are many roles that feel like the result of divine intervention. Actors who come along at the right time for the performance they were born to play. For Jennifer Hudson, that destiny is manifested in ‘Respect’, as she pays tribute to the

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‘Jungle Cruise’ (2021) Review

‘Jungle Cruise’ (2021) Review: Fun & Familiar There’s a moment in ‘Jungle Cruise’ in which cruise captain Frank single handedly wrestles a hungry cheetah, and wins. The movie has an explanation for why this impossible thing occurs, and for the most part it’s acceptable, but it was not lost on

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‘The Suicide Squad’ (2021) Review

‘The Suicide Squad’ (2021) Review: Dream Team For the uninitiated, comic books can be incomprehensible. They’re chock full of strange elements of a wide variety. Yet beneath the trippy visuals and concepts, lies an undeniable humanity in its characters, and their stories. The Suicide Squad is a film that embraces

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‘Wrath Of Man’ (2021) Review

‘Wrath Of Man’ (2021) Review: Middling One Man Army Jason Statham is no stranger to action, but then, why would he be? Too grizzly to be a leading man in a romantic comedy, and he has a voice that’s great for making threats, but not exactly monologues. He’s the personification

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‘Snake Eyes’ (2021) Review

‘Snake Eyes’ (2021) Review: Batman Begins Again After a tight lipped debut in 2009’s GI Joe, the character of Snake Eyes, has had a rocky road back to the big screen. Now without a team by his side, the story of the masked man without a voice can finally be

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‘Space Jam 2: A New Legacy’ (2021) Review

‘Space Jam 2: A New Legacy’ (2021) Review: Nostalgic Noise I’ll admit it. It’s fun to be (at the movies) in 2021. The recent slate of blockbuster movies have been a reminder of how good they can be. The winning combination of state of the art visual effects with compelling

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