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Kingsman: The Golden Circle Review
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American Assassin Review
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Goodbye Christopher Robin Review
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Victoria and Abdul Review
September 20, 2017 | Movie Reviews

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Kingsman: The Golden Circle Review

Kingsman: The Secret Service was a gleefully silly (and raunchy) callback to the overblown superspy movies of yore – flawed, but undeniably fun, thanks to its likable cast of characters and some fantastic action sequences. Its sequel, Kingsman: The Golden Circle, tries to up the ante in every conceivable way and mostly falls short. When […]

6.0
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Battle of the Sexes Review

In an era of Angelique Kerber and Serena Williams, it is hard to imagine a time when leadership within the tennis community trivialized women’s tennis. Many would say that there is still work to be done to show respect to these incredible athletes within the sporting world, but the progress since the ’70s has been […]

4.0
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American Assassin Review

Based on Vince Flynn’s Mitch Rapp series of novels American Assassin is a new attempt at a spy series and starts off using of the most generic spy plots around. Mitch Rapp (Dylan O’Brien) was an American grad student turned vigilante after he sees his fiancé gun down by terrorists. After training himself in weapons, martial arts […]

7.6
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Goodbye Christopher Robin Review

If all you know about this film going into it is that it’s about the author of Winnie the Pooh, you’re certainly in for a surprise. That much is certainly true — Domnhall Gleeson plays a restrained, haunted A. A. Milne, and Margot Robbie plays his demanding, socialite wife. The film is much darker than […]

5.7
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Victoria and Abdul Review

Victoria and Abdul tells the only recently discovered true story of Queen Victoria’s relationship with a working-class Indian man, Abdul Karim. Uncovered by the discovery of Karim’s journals in 2010, this film brings to light the charming and genuine bond between the two, against a backdrop of humorous household staff and some darker political machinations. […]

6.1
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Mother! Review

Mother! is the new film from Darren Aronofsky starring Jennifer Lawrence, Javier Bardem, Michelle Pfeiffer and Ed Harris. It is really hard to talk about Mother! without talking about how it has been advertised.  Almost aggressively in the sense that there was a teaser trailer, a full-length theatrical trailer, and a major marketing campaign. But […]

7.2
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My Pure Land Review

My Pure Land is an Urdu-language feature from British-Pakistani director Sarmad Masud, telling the true story of a young woman called Nazo who was forced to defend her home amidst a bitter family feud. Nazo, played with steel by Suhaee Abro. Alongside her young sister, mother, and family friend, they are besieged in their isolated […]

7.0
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Brigsby Bear Review

All television is educational television.  The question is:  what is it teaching?  ~Nicholas Johnson We have all heard of the discoveries of people who were abducted and then found years later. Many have a short time in the unwanted spotlight of the public but usually they fade into the obscurity of history. The general populace […]

7.0
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Final Portrait Review

“All the art of the past rises up before me, the art of all ages and all civilizations, everything becomes simultaneous, as if space had replaced time. Memories of works of art blend with affective memories, with my work, with my whole life.” – Alberto Giacometti Alberto Giacometti may not be as familiar to audiences as […]

2.0
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The EMOJI Movie Review

Hieroglyphics have been around since the beginning of man’s existence on Earth. Images that help to facilitate a message between humanity and they have become a means of archaeologists to understand more about our past. The introduction of emoji’s into our modern society should not be a surprise to mankind, these visual representatives of our […]

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