Reviews

The Fallout Grapples With Loss, Love, and Healing- But is it Properly Executed?

Megan Park’s The Fallout Review The Secret Life of The American Teenager’s Megan Park’s directorial debut, The Fallout was just released last week on HBOMax, a new gen-z centered film starring Jenna Ortega of Disney’s Stuck In The Middle and Netflix’s You and Maddie Ziegler of Dance Moms. The film depicts the two girl’s budding …

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Ozark Season 4 Part 1 Review-Is It Worth The Watch?

Ozark Season 4, Part 1 Review Netflix’s Emmy-award-winning drama Ozark premiered part one of its season four series finale just a couple of weeks ago and fans are already ready for what’s next. The series follows the Byrde family, consisting of wicked smart and level-headed Marty(Jason Bateman), cunning and manipulative Wendy (Laura Linney), emotionally driven …

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Spider-Man: No Way Home Delivers on an Action-Packed, Mind-Bending Adventure

Marvel’s Latest Feature is Shocking Audiences and Filling Spider-Man Fans Hearts with Glee.   The recent MCU installment Spider-Man: No Way Home hit theaters almost a week before Christmas and critics and audiences have been going insane over the film’s world building, character development, and tongue and cheek twists and turns. The film follows our …

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The West Side Story Remake is Here-and it’s Light Years Better Than The Original

Steven Spielberg’s West Side Story More Than Stands Up To The Original Award-winning director Steven Spielberg’s first musical movie West Side Story goes above and beyond its predecessor with beautiful vocals, extraordinarily well-choreographed numbers, and intense focus on the story’s key message.  The original West Side Story premiered in 1957 winning best picture at the …

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Edgar Wright Delivers First Experimental Horror/Thriller: Last Night In Soho

Acclaimed director Edgar Wright’s first experimentation in horror Last Night In Soho comes with a delightful 60s soundtrack as well as astounding cinematography-including a continuous shot where two actresses are switched out while dancing with another cast member. Unfortunately, the film missteps with its messy pacing, mixed messages on a very relevant and sensitive topic, …

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