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Cats Movie Review

Since the trailer debut in July, Cats has been the talk of the Internet with many people calling it “nightmare fuel” due to the use of “digital fur technology” that blends actor’s faces with the body of a CGI cat. It’s a strange effect that makes the film look downright

Better Late than Never blog series…goes west!

For a long time, I thought that I didn’t like westerns. Whatever the reason, this genre just didn’t seem to speak to me personally. However, in 2018 I decided to do a blog series called “Better Late than Never,” where I started catching up on some classic movies I’d never

Best of 2019: Entertainment year in review

It may have gotten off to a bit of a slow start, but 2019 really was a great year for movies and TV. When I was compiling my list of personal favorites, I had to limit myself to 10, because this list could have easily gotten out of hand. It

Movie review: Netflix’s ‘Marriage Story’ deserves its Oscar buzz

It’s easy to tell a story about a couple falling in love, and Hollywood has done it many times. These stories begin in different ways. Maybe it’s a period drama, like “Pride and Prejudice,” where the couple dislikes each other at first but are later forced to admit their growing

Movie review: ‘Knives Out’ a sharply witty whodunnit

World-famous crime novelist Harlan Thrombey is celebrating his 85th birthday with his family at his estate. It appears to be a joyous occasion, but there’s something sinister lurking beneath the surface. The next morning, Harlan is found dead of a suspected suicide. However, renowned detective Benoit Blanc believes there may

Movie review: ‘Ford v Ferrari’ tells a true story with style

I’ve never been much of a car enthusiast, personally. I don’t even really like driving all that much; to me, it’s simply a way to get from one place to another. If I lived in a larger metropolitan area with an extensive public transportation system, I’d gladly ditch my car

Movie review: ‘Harriet’ tells true story of real-life hero from history

While “Terminator: Dark Fate” was billed as the must-see big-budget blockbuster in theaters this past weekend (interestingly, it ended up under-performing), it wasn’t the new movie that most caught my attention. I saw a trailer for the historical biopic “Harriet” — about American icon and freedom fighter Harriet Tubman —

Movie review: Live-action Maleficent returns in ‘Mistress of Evil’

Many times, the villain in a story is an even more fascinating character than the hero. We wonder why they chose this path, and what compels them to oppose our hero. Maybe their motivations are purely selfish, like Emperor Palpatine, who just wants more power, or maybe they’re more like

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