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The Last Black Man in San Francisco

By |06/27/2019|

The timing for a film like "The Last Black Man in San Francisco" is right. Cities like San Francisco across American have been changing, due to mass migration along with [...]

The Dead Don’t Die

By |06/27/2019|

Jim Jarmusch's thirteenth feature film is a zombie film, but it is far from being brainless, but its also not that fun or as clever as it thinks it is. [...]

Annabelle Comes Home

By |06/26/2019|

The Warrens, Ed and Lorraine, investigated some of the most famous cases of hauntings, possessions, and demonic encounters ever recorded. They are generally considered to be the most prolific researchers [...]

Anna

By |06/24/2019|

Director Luc Besson has been creating some influential female character within the action genre. From Leeloo in The Fifth Element to Scarlett Johansson’s character in Lucy, he is known for [...]

Child’s Play (2019)

By |06/23/2019|

With a remake of a film whose franchise is still going (and quite strongly, for that matter), the skepticism was real for this new adaptation of “Child’s Play”. Original creator, Dan [...]

Toy Story 4

By |06/21/2019|

I’m sure like most of you, the “Toy Story” films have meant a great deal. Whether you watched them as a child, or have just been a fan of the [...]

Men in Black: International

By |06/16/2019|

In 1997, Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones starred in the science fiction/comedy film Men in Black. The movie was based loosely on the Marvel Comics property of the same [...]

The Secret Life of Pets 2

By |06/10/2019|

In 2016, Illumination Studios released their first original animated film since the original Despicable Me, a family film titled The Secret Life of Pets. Designed to focus on what our [...]

Dark Phoenix

By |06/08/2019|

As the Disney/Fox merger has now begun its empire, there remains one last X-Men film in the Fox pipeline — unless we ever get to see “The New Mutants” — [...]

Ma

By |06/03/2019|

Bullying is an issue that affects people everywhere. In terms of films and TV, it’s mostly depicted in schools with kids, even though it does exist pretty much everywhere. For [...]