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Movie Review: Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

DOCTOR STRANGE IN THE MULTIVERSE OF MADNESS is without a doubt going to be polarizing for Marvel fans. Part chaotic action film, part horror film, this has director Sam Raimi's name all over it, particularly in the creepy third act. But unfortunately, the scattered genres do not make for a completely entertaining whole, which prevents the… Continue reading Movie Review: Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

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Movie Review: Fantastic Beasts- The Secrets of Dumbledore

THE SECRETS OF DUMBLEDORE, the next edition in the FANTASTIC BEASTS series, is finally being released this weekend following another round of controversy during the film's production. The FANTASTIC BEASTS series is the most "cursed" film in Hollywood these days, with lead roles being recast due to cast member controversies, and now actor Ezra Miller facing… Continue reading Movie Review: Fantastic Beasts- The Secrets of Dumbledore

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TV Movie Review: Help

Premiering first in the UK and finally making its way to the U.S. via Acorn TV, HELP is the most gut-wrenching and important film I have seen about the COVID pandemic. It is the CONTAGION of this generation, but actually rooted in real-life experiences of patients and understaffed, overworked attendants suffering from the effects of COVID-19… Continue reading TV Movie Review: Help

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Sundance Movie Review: After Yang

AFTER YANG, written and directed by Koganada, is a futuristic sci-fi opus, with gorgeous cinematography and a reflective message on being present, particularly in parenthood. It also takes a page out of films like Spielberg's A.I. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE that ponder the humanity and morality surrounding AI, or "technosapiens", issues that are only going to get… Continue reading Sundance Movie Review: After Yang