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Film Review: Victoria & Abdul
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Film Review: Victoria & Abdul

First off, before we start, I know I usually do these spoiler-free, but I can’t with this one, so this review will contain major spoilers. You’ve been warned. Victoria & Abdul might be the most uncomfortable I’ve felt watching a movie in a very long time. It isn’t often when […]

Film Review: Stronger
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Film Review: Stronger

One group that Hollywood still has a ways to go in terms of having authentic representation is the disabled community. More often than not a character with a disability of some kind be it lost limbs, some kind of illness, or whatever is only ever given the narrative of being […]

Film Review: It
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Film Review: It

A part of me wonders if the impact left by the colossal disappointment that is The Dark Tower may have softened expectations for the otherwise highly anticipated adaptation of Stephen King’s It. That’s not to say the film is bad, it most certainly is not, but for a film that […]

Various Thoughts: After Seeing Nearly 1,000 Acts Live
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Various Thoughts: After Seeing Nearly 1,000 Acts Live

LIVE STAND-UP COMEDY THOUGHTS: Comedians that provide highly useful social commentary to the improvement of society is a dying breed/rare breed. The average famous comic being intellectually oppressed from: showbiz life, peers that aren’t impressive at being eccentric to societal norms enough to help influence change them, the media (just […]

Film Review: The Hitman’s Bodyguard
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Film Review: The Hitman’s Bodyguard

Not only are old fashioned buddy comedies rather rare these days, but they are often not particular inspired. However, certain buddy films can get a lot of mileage out of really great pairings. Such is the case of The Hitman’s Bodyguard, which is written by Tom O’Connor and directed by […]

Film Review: Wind River
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Film Review: Wind River

After two hits, screenwriter, Taylor Sheridan, has carved an interesting niche for himself. His films are often examinations of macho archetypes within seemingly simple and unapologetically pulpy genre exercises, all while dealing with issues in ways that haven’t been explored, but never concerning itself with being a “message movie.” Sicario […]

Film Review: The Last Face
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Film Review: The Last Face

I had no plan on doing this to be honest. Not seeing the movie, I had my mind set on seeing this in the one theater in LA that’s playing it ever since I heard the…well, let’s just say interesting response that the movie has gotten since its premier at […]