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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 [...]

Road to the Oscars: A Star Is Born

By |02/09/2019|

For being a fourth version of the classic cinematic version, the 2018 version of "A Star is Born" is an impressive directorial debut that showcases Bradley Cooper as an actors [...]

Road to the Oscars: BlackKklansman

By |01/27/2019|

  Spike Lee's "BlackKklansman" purports itself in being a satirical comedy about racism that ties in modern parallels with the current Trump administration and the script comes off potent, yet too [...]

Countdown to the Oscars: Green Book

By |01/12/2019|

During the era of deeply polarizing political times with charges of racism running rampant against the current President and his administration, one could say so many films released in 2018 [...]

Cold War

By |01/05/2019|

⭐️⭐️⭐️ Acclaimed Polish filmmaker Pawel Pawlikowski follow up to his exceptional, Oscar-winning "Ida" is a step backwards from its predecessor, but it still offers a lot of engaging and impressive [...]

Vice

By |12/27/2018|

⭐️⭐️⭐️ While messy and at times choppy with overstuffed stylistic devices that at times will make you cringe while other ones certainly impress, Adam McKay's "Vice" is a step up [...]

The Mule

By |12/19/2018|

Reviewed by Michael Powell Family. It is the focus of the starring roles of Clint Eastwood in his post-Mystic River career resurgence. Whether he is directing himself (Million Dollar Baby, [...]

The Favourite

By |12/15/2018|

⭐️⭐️⭐️ Acclaimed director Yorgos Lanthimos blends a mix of delirious humor with his usual approach of bleakness and despair in this unique period piece that is filed with skillfull direction, [...]

It

By |09/08/2017|

It (2017, USA, d. Andy Muschietti, 135 minutes) After years of delays and production changes, the big screen adaptation of Stephen King’s beloved novel finally makes it way [...]

Split

By |02/07/2017|

Split (2017, USA, d. M. Night Shyamalan, 117 minutes) by Noah Damron After falling on hard times with films such as “Lady in the Water”, "The Happening’ and “The [...]