Fences (Full Review)

Denzel Washington. There are very few people in existence who can give a monologue like him. But he might have met his match, at least for this film, in the form of fellow Oscar winning actress Viola Davis. Like Denzel, Viola can shine even in mediocre films. The two sensational performers join forces as Denzel […]

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Suicide Squad (Full Review)

Batman v Superman left many of us with a bad taste in our mouths. Not because it was glaringly awful, but because it was wildly disappointing considering how good it could’ve been and considering how good we wanted it to be. But because we love superhero movies (more than the films critics who wish the […]

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Get On Up Review

Biographical films are a very delicate genre. Just because you have an interesting figure, doesn’t necessarily mean you’re going to have an interesting film. After all, you’ve seen enough of them to virtually know how things will go (bouts with drug abuse, domestic violence, friendship fallouts, racism, etc.). Thus when it comes to keeping a […]

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My thoughts on… Ender’s Game

Don’t judge a book by its cover. On the surface, Ender’s Game is yet another sci-fi/fantasy movie, based on a novel, involving a teen outcast who holds the fate of the world in their awkward little hands. Cue Harry Potter, Percy Jackson, Beautiful Creatures, and any other teen novel references you can think of. But, […]

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Prisoners… Full Review

Just when you think you’ve seen enough episodes of Law & Order to figure out any thriller before you’ve finished watching the trailer, along comes Prisoners. A good thriller can be more captivating than any horror movie or action film if done correctly. Why? Because they provide us with a sense of realism that the other […]

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