Winona Ryder in Gone in the Night
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Movie Review: Gone in the Night

GONE IN THE NIGHT, written and directed by Eli Horowitz (HOMECOMING), is a twisty sci-fi thriller with an interesting message about aging and the societal value that is placed on staying young. Admittedly, I was first drawn to the film as a Winona Ryder devotee who will watch anything she is in. But Horowitz's interesting… Continue reading Movie Review: Gone in the Night

Daisy Edgar Jones hiding behind tree in Where the Crawdads Sing
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Movie Review: Where The Crawdads Sing

Based off of the bestselling book by Delia Owens, WHERE THE CRAWDADS SING is going to be divisive. I anticipate it is going to be the battle of book readers, excited to see the characters on-screen, versus non-book readers, who may find the story overhyped. I fall into the latter camp. I didn't hate the… Continue reading Movie Review: Where The Crawdads Sing

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Movie Review: Thor: Love and Thunder

As soon as the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) credits begin, giving the typical MCU theme song an electric guitar upgrade, you know THOR: LOVE AND THUNDER is going to be different than its predecessors. Fun, hilarious, and silly, Taika Waititi once again makes a super entertaining Marvel film to follow my favorite of the franchise,… Continue reading Movie Review: Thor: Love and Thunder

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Movie Review: The Forgiven

THE FORGIVEN, written and directed by John Michael McDonagh (CALVARY), is flying under the radar despite having an all star cast of Jessica Chastain, Ralph Fiennes, and Matt Smith. And I am pretty sure I know why. Despite an attempt to satirically skewer the 1%, colonialism, and the appalling way the West views Arab culture,… Continue reading Movie Review: The Forgiven

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Movie Review: Jungle Cruise

JUNGLE CRUISE perfectly captures the essence of the Disney World/Disneyland ride it is based off of—a non-stop, entertaining, pun-filled adventure that will leave you with a big smile on your face. Add the always charismatic Emily Blunt and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson to the mix and this movie makes for a swash-buckling summer blockbuster that… Continue reading Movie Review: Jungle Cruise