Rocketman Review: Taron Egerton Astonishes in Glitzy Elton John Musical
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Rocketman Review: Taron Egerton Astonishes in Glitzy Elton John Musical

Rocketman is an elaborate musical fantasy. Bursting at the sequined seams with the glitz, glamour, and sensationalism of the irrepressible Elton John. The film eschews the standard, straightforward…

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John Wick 3 4DX Review: A Fun Yet Extremely Brutal Cinematic Experience
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John Wick 3 4DX Review: A Fun Yet Extremely Brutal Cinematic Experience

When Aquaman arrived in theaters last December, the 4DX experience was known for soaking audiences during all the ocean scenes, submerging DC fans in that world completely. The…

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Batman Vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Review: A Bodaciously Fun Adventure
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Batman Vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Review: A Bodaciously Fun Adventure

Cowabunga dudes! Batman Vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is a bodaciously fun and action-packed adventure. Loosely based on the 2015 crossover comic series by James Tynion IV, Batman…

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A Violent Separation Review: A Poorly Acted, Boring Backwoods Melodrama
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A Violent Separation Review: A Poorly Acted, Boring Backwoods Melodrama

A Violent Separation is a painfully slow, poorly acted backwoods melodrama. The film aims to be a period noir thriller with its Midwestern setting and murder-centered plot. What…

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Saint Bernard Review: Incredibly Bizarre Yet Oddly Compelling
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Saint Bernard Review: Incredibly Bizarre Yet Oddly Compelling

FX guru Gabe Bartalos is back behind the camera with his second directorial effort Saint Bernard, and the psychological horror movie is even more insane than you’d expect.…

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The Sun Is Also a Star Review: Yara Shahidi & Charles Melton Elevate Teen Romance
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The Sun Is Also a Star Review: Yara Shahidi & Charles Melton Elevate Teen Romance

The Sun Is Also a Star is the film adaptation of Nicola Yoon’s bestselling romance novel. Two high school seniors from different ethnic backgrounds fall madly in love…

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John Wick 3 Review #2: A Tsunami of Gunplay & Mind-Blowing Action
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John Wick 3 Review #2: A Tsunami of Gunplay & Mind-Blowing Action

John Wick 3: Parabellum is a tsunami of gunplay, martial arts, and literally mind-blowing action. Keanu Reeves’ third outing as the near invincible assassin will not disappoint fans…

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All Creatures Here Below Review: Karen Gillan Shines in Dark Indie Drama
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All Creatures Here Below Review: Karen Gillan Shines in Dark Indie Drama

Veteran character actor David Dastmalchian, who you’ll recognize from Ant-Man and The Dark Knight, co-stars and writes All Creatures Here Below. The film is a deeply affecting, slow…

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John Wick: Chapter 3
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John Wick: Chapter 3

It feels like just yesterday that we were all sitting around and wondering where the heck this John Wick fellow came from. One of our truly great modern…

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Detective Pikachu Review #2: A Slow Start with A Killer Finish
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Detective Pikachu Review #2: A Slow Start with A Killer Finish

Detective Pikachu is the perfect nostalgia trip for any Pokemon fan that has been waiting for a live action Pokemon movie since they were a kid. While Detective…

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