Turn off the Lights
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Enthusiastic Sinners Review
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Mortal Engines
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Ralph Breaks the Internet
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Bumblebee
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Can You Ever Forgive Me?
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6.0
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Venom

Since the 2002 release of Spider-Man, the superhero genre began to permeate cinemas and studios have been mining the depths of graphic novels each year for new material. The Dark Knight trilogy made room for superhero films to attain critical acclaim and proved that these films could appeal to a wide range of audiences around […]

8.0
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The Old Man & the Gun

Director David Lowery (Pete’s Dragon) has the formidable task of handling two legends with the release of The Old Man and the Gun. The first being the biographical look into the life of career criminal and prison escape artist, Forrest Tucker. A legendary bank robber who came to fame during a spree of thefts that […]

4.0
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Night School

Everyone has different memories and experiences in high school. From Central Intelligence to Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle to his latest release, Night School, Kevin Hart seems to have a fascination with his academic past. As a writer on his latest school age adventure, the pint-sized superstar attempts to show the best and worst high […]

4.5
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Smallfoot

Myths and legends have entertained humanity throughout history. Monsters, mystical beings and supernatural creatures have terrified, fascinated and amused people through stories, books and more recently in film. Bigfoot of the Pacific Northwest of North America and the yetis of the Himalayas have played a role in the folklore of different groups and continue to […]

2.5
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The Predator Review

‘An action film can have too much action; picture an equalizer on a stereo, with all the knobs pegged at 10. It becomes a cacophony and is, ultimately, quite boring.’ – Shane Black Despite all of the controversy coming out of the Toronto International Film Festival about director Shane Black’s poor hiring practices, it should […]

9.0
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American Animals Review

“ You’re taught your entire life that what you do matters and that you’re special. And that, there are things you can point towards that would… which’ll show that you’re special, that show you’re different, when, in all reality, those things… don’t matter. And you’re not special.” – Warren Lipka Every once in awhile, a film is […]

3.0
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A Simple Favour

Since moving from a successful career in television production to directing feature-length films, Paul Feig has managed to define his career by gravitating toward scripts with strong female leads in comedic roles. From Bridesmaids to Ghostbusters, he has proven to be a champion of empowered women which manifested itself publicly with the varied response to […]

9.0
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Ladies in Black

The retail industry has provided rich atmospheres for film and television throughout the years from Clerks to Hi-Fidelity in cinemas to television’s Superstore and the legendary Are You Being Served? These fascinating atmospheres provide a mixture of personalities that open the door to exceptional storylines hidden within the store walls and then can even venture into the lives of all of the employees. Ladies […]

7.0
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Searching

In this modern era, the evidence of the impact of technology surrounds us with the ever increasing use of smartphones and the internet. This is a topic that causes many in society to speak out against the influence these devices have on our culture, but for every argument against these technological advances, there is proof […]

7.0
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Alpha Review

Alpha is a straightforward, beautiful story of survival and friendship between a young hunter and a wolf. It’d be extremely predictable even if the marketing didn’t give everything away, but there is just enough heart to go with the wonderful cinematography to make this worth a trip to the cinema. 20,000 years ago, Keda (Kodi […]

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