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Missing Link

By |04/12/2019|

Missing Link, the latest film to featuring the big-footed creature that has eluded our sight, is the latest from the animation studio Laika. Coming off their hugely successful, Oscar nominated [...]

Dumbo

By |03/30/2019|

The craze of Disney remaking their classic animated movies with live action and CGI effects continues, and whether you like it or not, so does their success. The quality of [...]

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 [...]

Glass

By |01/18/2019|

The recent years have been quite kind for filmmaker, M. Night Shyamalan. After resurrecting his career with the likes of “The Visit” and the surprise “Unbreakable”-connected, “Split”, it would seem [...]

The Possession of Hannah Grace

By |11/30/2018|

⭐️⭐️ When it comes to demonic possession, most movies portray the initial effects of said possession. It’s become common place for films to focus on the character and their encounters [...]

Knight of Cups (2016, USA, d. Terrence Malick)

By |03/04/2016|

At this moment, it’s apparent visionary Terrence Malick has given up on narrative filmmaking. He has now become a one-trick pony where his distinctive style has sadly reached [...]

Eddie the Eagle

By |02/26/2016|

Eddie the Eagle (2016, USA/United Kingdom, d. Dexter Fletcher, 105 Mins) by Robert Joseph Butler In the opening act of "Eddie the Eagle" the film hints at being [...]

How to Be Single

By |02/22/2016|

How to Be Single (2016, USA, Christian Ditter, 110 Minutes) by Robert Joseph Butler Uneven, unromantic, and mostly unfunny, “How to Be Single” is a chick flick that [...]

Where To Invade Next?

By |02/13/2016|

Where to Invade Next? (2015, USA, d. Michael Moore, 119 Minutes) by Robert Joseph Butler The problem with Michael Moore is that his latest films like Capitalism: A [...]