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REVIEW: Suicide Squad

What an incredible mess of a movie.

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REVIEW: 10 Cloverfield Lane

10 Cloverfield Lane reminds me of a turkey sandwich I once made.  Continue reading “REVIEW: 10 Cloverfield Lane”

REVIEW: Orion: The Man Who Would Be King

Did Elvis live on for years after his supposed death, performing as a masked man named Orion? Continue reading “REVIEW: Orion: The Man Who Would Be King”

REVIEW: Hell or High Water

If you’re lucky enough to see Hell or High Water without hearing too much about it, you really have no idea what you’re in for.  Continue reading “REVIEW: Hell or High Water”

REVIEW: Midnight Special

Midnight Special is about a parent who would do anything for his son, even if it puts him on the wrong side of the law.  Continue reading “REVIEW: Midnight Special”

REVIEW: Miles Ahead

Don Cheadle writes, directs and stars in this stylish, fast-paced biopic of jazz genius Miles Davis. Continue reading “REVIEW: Miles Ahead”

REVIEW: Storks

Storks have gotten out of the baby business, and now deliver for an online shop called It’s a large corporation with a large container-like warehouse teetering on some kind of support up in the clouds.  Continue reading “REVIEW: Storks”

REVIEW: It’s So Easy and Other Lies

It’s So Easy and Other Lies is less a documentary than an attempt to bring to life on film Duff McKagan’s memoir of the same name.

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REVIEW: Into the Inferno

The camera glides up the side of a mountain. A small group of people comes into the frame, peering over a ridge, giving us a sense of scale for just a second. The camera passes over them and suddenly you see the magma churning and realize they are standing atop the mouth of the volcano. It takes a moment to realize this isn’t CGI, and the effect is incredible.

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