Why I Am Reviewing The New Mutants

As more and more outlets refuse to cover The New Mutants, I thought it would be a good idea to tell you the reason I am covering the film.

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The One and Only Ivan Review

In Disney’s The One and Only Ivan, there are some stellar performances, CG and cinematography, but the script and direction holds it back.

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Chemical Hearts Review

“I do not love you as if you were the salt-rose, topaz, or arrow of carnations that propagate fire

I love you as certain dark things are to be loved, in secret, between the shadow and the soul”

These words are also a perfect example of what kind of film you’re signing up for when you go to stream Chemical Hearts on Amazon Prime Video. It’s a story of the definition of love and what happens when your heart is broken.

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She Dies Tomorrow Review

What if you knew you were going to die tomorrow? How would you spend your final hours? She Dies Tomorrow doesn’t answer, but it’s a good watch.

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Radioactive Review

Amazon Studio’s Marie Curie biopic is enthralling, but views her life through an overly modern and simplistic lens.

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Palm Springs Review

Andy Samberg and Hulu find a new twist to the time-bending genre.

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Bill & Ted Get An Excellent New Release Date

Bill & Ted have come to save us from the dredges of the nearly empty 2020 film slate.

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What to Expect from the Xbox Games Showcase

With the Xbox Games Showcase coming up, I thought I should give you my opinion on what I think you’ll see at the show.

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Maybe Movies Should Take The Year Off

With ever-shifting release dates, reopenings, movies skipping a theatrical release, and a shifted awards season, it’s high time to consider the fact that maybe the film industry should take the year off.

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Film Academy Invites 819 Members

The Academy sent hundreds of invites in an effort to bring representation to its traditionally non-diverse membership.

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