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About Noah Damron

Born and raised in St. Ignace, MI, just across the Mackinac Bridge, Noah has had a love for movies since before he could remember. Taken to the movie theater numerous times every week by his grandmother, Noah always had a strong affection for cinema. A graduate of the Motion Picture Institute in Troy, Michigan, Noah's passion for films is just as infectious today as it was when he was a child. His favorite films include: The Dark Knight, Pulp Fiction, 2001: A Space Odyssey, 12 Angry Men, John Carpenter's Halloween, The Raid 2, To Kill A Mockingbird, Moonlight, The Shining, Toy Story 3

Hellboy (2019)

By |04/14/2019|

After the attempt at making a third feature in Guillermo Del Toro’s Hellboy franchise fell through, the studio decided to scrap everything and start over. This time, with a brand [...]

Shazam!

By |04/05/2019|

After their biggest success to date with last year’s “Aquaman”, Warner Bros. and DC are taking things down to a much smaller scale with the hero, "Shazam!", formerly Captain Marvel… [...]

The Russian Five

By |03/21/2019|

One of the greatest underdog stories in all of sports history is that of the Red Wings, specifically their decades long journey to the Stanley Cup in 1997. Steering the [...]

Us

By |03/21/2019|

Jordan Peele’s directorial debut “Get Out” was essentially the film of 2017. The film that shook the world, the “little engine that could” so to speak. Grossing nearly $300 million [...]

Triple Frontier

By |03/13/2019|

When a group of former Special Ops reunite to take down a South American drug lord and steal his mansion full of money, they get more than they bargained for [...]

Captain Marvel

By |03/08/2019|

The Marvel Cinematic Universe has taken audiences to many strange places. We’ve explored different planets, galaxies, past decades; but never have we gone back to the 1990’s. We’ve also never [...]

A Madea Family Funeral

By |03/04/2019|

  Having declared this to be the final Madea film, Tyler Perry seems ready to hang up the wig and the muumuu and end his decades long saga of the [...]

Alita: Battle Angel

By |02/14/2019|

After being stuck in production limbo for nearly 20 years, the long-awaited big screen adaption of the classic manga has finally arrived. Penned by James Cameron and directed by Robert [...]

The Prodigy

By |02/07/2019|

  “The Prodigy” follows an idealistic couple welcoming their son, Miles. Miles has proven himself to be wise well above his years, hence the title Prodigy. When Miles grows to [...]

Serenity (2019)

By |01/24/2019|

Serenity is a difficult film to review. It’s not rare for a films marketing to sell you something completely different from the final product. As a reviewer, I try to [...]