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Oh Boy, ‘Good Boys’ is a Pretty Good Time

The quicker Jacob Tremblay gets “The Predator” buried on his IMDb page, the better. “Good Boys” follows three new sixth graders (Jacob Tremblay, Brady Noon and Keith L. Williams) who must get their drone back before attending a cool kid’s party later that night. Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg act as producers as Gene Stupnitsky… Continue reading Oh Boy, ‘Good Boys’ is a Pretty Good Time

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‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’, Quentin Tarantino Made the Worst Film of His Career

How can so many great Hollywood names make a product like this? “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” is the ninth directorial effort from Quentin Tarantino, and stars Leonardo DiCaprio as a former TV cowboy who finds himself in the twilight of his acting career in 1969 Los Angeles. Brad Pitt stars as his longtime… Continue reading ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’, Quentin Tarantino Made the Worst Film of His Career

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Be Prepared: ‘The Lion King’ Is a Circle of Lifelessness

Earlier this year we had “Pet Semetary,” a remake about burying your family pet and having it come back to life ugly and without a soul. Now we have “The Lion King,” which is like what would happen if there was a Movie Semetary that played by the same rules. “The Lion King” is a… Continue reading Be Prepared: ‘The Lion King’ Is a Circle of Lifelessness

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‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ Is the Best Spider-Man Movie in 15 Years

This is “Spider-Man 2” in more ways than one. “Spider-Man: Far From Home” is the sequel to 2017’s “Homecoming” and is the 23rd film of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Tom Holland reprises his role as the titular wall-crawler, as the film follow Peter Parker trying to balance his school trip in Europe with a growing… Continue reading ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ Is the Best Spider-Man Movie in 15 Years

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I Saw a Film Today, Oh Boy (and That Film was ‘Yesterday’)

Well this is as close as we’ve gotten to a Beatles biopic to-date, but with Freddie Mercury and Elton John out of the way I feel we are inching closer and closer each day. “Yesterday” tells the story of a down-on-his-luck musician (Himesh Patel) who, following an accident, is suddenly the only person in the… Continue reading I Saw a Film Today, Oh Boy (and That Film was ‘Yesterday’)

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‘Toy Story 4′ is Showing the Series’ Age, but it Still Delivers

The summer of 2019 has been all about testing the sanctity of my childhood. First “Avengers: Endgame” was made for my kid at heart, then they did a live-action remake of “Aladdin” (with “Lion King” still to come) and now we have a sequel to the assumed-“Toy Story” trilogy. We must proceed with caution. “Toy… Continue reading ‘Toy Story 4′ is Showing the Series’ Age, but it Still Delivers

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If I Called This Review ‘Meh in Black’ It Would Still Be Funnier Than Any Joke in ‘MiB: International’

And the summer of sequalitis duds continues. “Men in Black: International” is the fourth film of the alien-fighting franchise that started with Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith in 1997. This time around Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson take the reins while F. Gary Gray takes over directing duties from Barry Sonnenfeld. In the film,… Continue reading If I Called This Review ‘Meh in Black’ It Would Still Be Funnier Than Any Joke in ‘MiB: International’