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The Gentlemen (2020)
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The Gentlemen (2020)

Posted  Jan. 24, 2020  by  Justin-Velasquez

Guy Ritchie, at one time a promising filmmaker whose features provided a jovial look at England's criminal underworld, spent roughly the last decade directing studio fare that was meant to appeal to the widest audience possible. In 2020, Ritchie ...

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Bad Boys for Life (2020)
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Bad Boys for Life (2020)

Posted  Jan. 19, 2020  by  Justin-Velasquez

The Bad Boys franchise, dormant for 17 years, has reemerged. This time out, the latest in the series, Bad Boys for Life, is Michael Bay-free, so that, along with the 17-year gap, gives this three-quel a reboot feel.

Honestly, I ...

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1917 (2019)
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1917 (2019)

Posted  Jan. 10, 2020  by  Justin-Velasquez

After his two-film directing stint for the James Bond 007 series, Sam Mendes took a little directing break before returning with 1917, a WWI film which is inspired by a story his paternal grandfather, Alfred Mendes, told him.

His latest ...

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The Grudge (2020)
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The Grudge (2020)

Posted  Jan. 3, 2020  by  Justin-Velasquez

It's come to this – Hollywood has become so lazy that they've resorted to rebooting remakes. I'm sure it's been a thing, but this is the one time I noticed. I'm referring to The Grudge, the ...

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Uncut Gems (2019)
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Uncut Gems (2019)

Posted  Dec. 27, 2019  by  Justin-Velasquez

Adam Sandler clearly is best known as a comedy actor whose recent filmography ranges from ridiculously bad to downright terrible. He's been making films for the better part of 3 decades, so with nothing to prove he's made ...

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Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (2019)
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Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (2019)

Posted  Dec. 20, 2019  by  Justin-Velasquez

After 42 years the end to the Skywalker saga has finally arrived. It has been a long journey, one that's been full of emotion ranging from happiness, sadness, elation, shock, sadness and even anger. During this time George Lucas ...

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Knives Out (2019)
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Knives Out (2019)

Posted  Nov. 28, 2019  by  Justin-Velasquez

Thanks to films like Brick and Looper, director-writer-producer Rian Johnson makes must-see features. And despite the vitriol that accompanied 2017's Star Wars: The Last Jedi, I feel he is one of Hollywood's best filmmakers. With his latest, Knives ...

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A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood (2019)
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A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood (2019)

Posted  Nov. 24, 2019  by  Justin-Velasquez

Director Marielle Heller, fresh from her Academy Award biographical film Can You Ever Forgive Me? , has returned with another film based on true events, the Fred “Mister” Rogers biopic A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood. Beautiful Day stars Oscar winner ...

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Ford v Ferrari (2019)
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Ford v Ferrari (2019)

Posted  Nov. 17, 2019  by  Justin-Velasquez

Almost 3 years after the critical and box office success of the superhero film Logan, James Mangold has returned with a feture that's right up his alley. Ford v Ferrari is the story of how Ford Motor Company bucked ...

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Doctor Sleep (2019)
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Doctor Sleep (2019)

Posted  Nov. 10, 2019  by  Justin-Velasquez

Stephen King, the tireless author he is, in 2013 penned a sequel to his wildly popular novel The Shining. That book is Doctor Sleep, which has been adapted into a feature length film and obviously serves as a direct sequel ...

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