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REVIEW: Baby Driver

“All you need is one killer track.” With at least three levels of meaning, Baby Driver might have one of the best taglines of all time. If only the movie itself were as multi-layered. Continue reading “REVIEW: Baby Driver”

REVIEW: Sing Street

At times hilarious, heartbreaking and ultimately hopeful, Sing Street knows exactly what its like to be 15.  Continue reading “REVIEW: Sing Street”

REVIEW: Snowden

Wherever you find government cover-ups or conspiracies about government cover-ups, you’ll find Oliver Stone, and the case of Edward Snowden is right in his wheelhouse.

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REVIEW: Don’t Breathe

How hard can it be to break in and rob a blind man? It’s such a simple, high-concept premise, it’s hard to believe we’ve never seen it before. And maybe we have, but it’s never been done this well. Continue reading “REVIEW: Don’t Breathe”

Review: The Secret Life of Pets

Does Kevin Hart get even funnier when you turn him into an angry little white bunny rabbit? Yes. Yes, he does. Continue reading “Review: The Secret Life of Pets”

REVIEW: Suicide Squad

What an incredible mess of a movie.

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One of the most beloved Christmas songs of all time is the Bing Crosby classic “White Christmas”, written by Irving Berlin. It debuted in this scene in the 1942 movie Holiday Inn when Bing Crosby sits down at the piano to play it for Martha Mears. Continue reading “MOVING VIOLATIONS: Holiday Inn”

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”

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