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Steven Armstrong is an editor and staff writer for Entertainment Fuse's Movie Department. He also is a creative writer of fiction and poetry, an occasional filmmaker and electronic musician who enjoys reading, writing, video games, movies and any good story.
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The Little Mermaid: A New Ariel

From the years of 1989 to 1999, The Walt Disney Animation Studios produced a string of immensely successful animated films based on well-known fairy tales. That ten-year period has come to be known as The Disney Renaissance. It was a return to form of sorts for the studio, which had produced a good number of […]

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Godzilla: King of the Monsters Review

The time has finally come to get back to it. The follow-up to 2014’s amazing Godzilla is here and though this review is technically late, there is no better time than the present to get into Godzilla: King of the Monsters. This film begins where the previous one ends amid the destruction of San Francisco […]

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Spider-Man: Far From Home – Thoughts on the Last Trailer

All right. No one was talking about this, and I decided I couldn’t let it ride. Of course, I am talking about the latest and final trailer for the 22nd installment into the canon of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), Spider-Man: Far From Home. So what’s the deal? Well frankly, I am upset with the […]

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Cinequest 29: The Unexpected

The Media Press Launch Event held at Hotel DeAnza in Downtown San Jose, served as an introduction to the primer of what is to come for the 29th year of the Quest. Friends of the Cinequest family, longtime supporters and members of the press alike attended to enjoy hors d’oeuvre, drinks and conversations in preparation for […]

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The Next Big Thing Review

Most of us who have best friends, that one person whose loyalty is never in question, would do anything for that person. The job of any friend, particularly a best friend, is to add value in some way, to build you up, to show you some tough love when you need it, and sometimes when […]

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