Archive for the Film Reviews Category

DOLITTLE

It’s not news that remakes and reboots are all the rage in Hollywood. Did you know that the Eddie Murphy version of Dr. Dolittle is a actually a reboot of a 60’s film based off the original books? Probably not. Even if you enjoyed Murphy’s version, were you clamoring for a new […]

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HONEY BOY

One of the earliest things an aspiring writer learns is “write what you know”. If you have a firm grasp on a subject, it’s a lot easier to create a story out of it. It’s not so easy when you’re coming in blind and needing to do […]

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UNDERWATER

Derivative. It’s a word people often use when they’re criticizing a film, and it makes sense. When a lot of stuff in a film is stuff you’ve seen before, especially many times, it’s much harder to be invested because you can often see where the story is […]

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THE GRUDGE (2020)

Happy New Year, everybody! With a new year comes a new January, and with a new January comes a new terrible horror movie! Well, last year’s first film, Escape Room, wasn’t all that bad, so, who knows? Perhaps we would get lucky two years in a row. […]

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LITTLE WOMEN (2019)

Some stories are simply timeless. No matter how old they are, their themes, stories, and characters transcend time, universally relatable to anyone at any time. What comes with timeless stories, though, are loads of adaptations. Theater, film, television, radio plays. Everybody wants to put their own spin […]

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CATS

I love musicals. The choreography, the singing, the songs, the theatricality of it all. It’s one of those genres that completely transports you to another place, because who really breaks out into clearly rehearsed song and dance? That’s the whole point, but musicals are still stories and […]

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WAVES

What are a lot of the great drama films out there primarily known for? The story and the characters, which is what it’s all about. However, they’re also movies, so storytelling shouldn’t just be done through dialogue, but through visuals. When you just have a lot of […]

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UNCUT GEMS

Oh, Adam Sandler. He may just be one of the most frustrating talents working in Hollywood. He’s seems like a genuinely nice guy, but he just shows up in so much garbage. A lot of the garbage is produced by him and stars his friends like Kevin […]

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STAR WARS: EPISODE IX – THE RISE OF SKYWALKER

Trilogies are a tough nut to crack. You’re telling a single story over three installments, but each installment also has to stand on its own as its own movie. Sometimes trilogies are completely planned from the beginning, such as The Lord of the Rings, but most of them […]

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DARK WATERS

I love me a good legal thriller, but like all well-worn genres, a lot of them just kind of end up feeling stale and more of the same. It’s a lot of people in suits talking in boardrooms, in hallways, in offices, all while pouring over documents […]

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