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Review: ‘Game Of Thrones’ Season Eight Episode Three Was A Nightmare

Game Of Thrones third episode is upon as is “The Battle Of Winterfell.” In what has widely been reported as the largest filmed battle in both cinematic and television history,…

Review: ‘Long Shot’ Is The Best Comedy Of 2019

Long Shot is the best comedy by far of 2019. I realize that making a statement like this is a bit heavy-handed (it is only the end of April) but a…

Review: ‘Family’ Highlights The Modern Family Dynamic

Laura Steinel’s Family seamlessly captures the essence of today’s modern family in an honest, authentic manner. In this age of Fortnite and smartphones, very few releases in recent years have captured the…

The Final Trailer Of ‘The Intruder’ Is Rife With Tension.

The Intruder opens up in theaters on May 3rd and with that date fast approaching the final trailer for the film was released. Check it out When a young married…

‘Men In Black: International’ Trailer Is Fun

In this era of reboots and sequels, the idea of a Men In Black sequel or reboot would seem like an awful idea. However, it seems with F. Gary Gray at the…

’21 Bridges’ Trailer features Boseman Out For Justice

Chadwick Boseman branches out from his Wakanda roots to take on the lead role in STX Entertainment’s 21 Bridges. Check out this trailer – This film follows an embattled NYPD detective (Chadwick…

‘Godzilla: King Of The Monsters’ The Final Trailer Will Blow Your Mind

Just when you thought that a trailer could only have a set amount of monsters in it, Godzilla: King Of The Monsters destroys that notion in the first five seconds of its…

Review: ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Is A Fitting Conclusion On An Epic Scale

Avengers: Endgame is a symphony of comic-centric splendor wrapped in a narrative which connects all the previous films and sets a new path for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. When you think about…

Review: Game Of Thrones Season 8 Ep 2 The Winds Of War Have Picked Up

If the first episode of the eighth and final season of Game Of Thrones was a set up for this season then last nights calm before the storm was a prelude to…

Review: ‘The Public’ Is Surprisingly Deep

Emilio Estevez’s The Public shines a harsh light on the growing number of homeless men and woman roaming the streets of every major U.S. city. Estevez doesn’t seek to preach but…