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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 [...]

Godzilla: King of the Monsters

By |06/02/2019|

For as long as the monster movie has existed, Godzilla has been the staple of the genre; the “king of the monsters” so to speak. The towering, ancient, dinosaur-like creature [...]

Rocketman

By |06/01/2019|

It’s hard not to compare “Rocketman" to the most recent music biopic of an acclaimed rock legend in last year’s Oscar-winning, mega-hit "Bohemian Rhapsody". Not only because they cover similar [...]

The Souvenir

By |06/01/2019|

An extraordinary and deeply personal exploration on deep memories and experiences, British writer-director Joanna Hogg's  fourth feature film, "The Souvenir" is an astonishing origin story that is deeply auto-biographical, and [...]

Non-Fiction

By |05/31/2019|

Greatly influenced by the works of Erik Rohmer that also plays out like an excellent Woody Allen comedy like "Husbands and Wives", French auteur Olivier Assayas has crafted a sharply [...]

Under the Silver Lake

By |05/30/2019|

I really wanted to rate "Under the Silver Lake" a higher rating, in fact there is a lot to love about the film. It is technically marvelous, aesthetically rich, beautifully [...]

Booksmart

By |05/26/2019|

  Every few years, a teen comedy comes around that makes an impression on its core audience. Going as far back as 1978’s "Animal House", to “The Breakfast Club”, “Clueless” [...]