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Review: ‘To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You’ Is the perfect Date Night movie

To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You perfectly captures the angst and awkwardness of young love. While To All The Boys Loved Before captured the sweet and innocent quests teens undertake in search of love, the sequel effectively debunks many of…

Review: ‘The Goop Lab’ A Show Full Of Kooky Science And Playing On Female Insecurities

The Goop Lab is a six-episode infomercial designed to peddle odd scientific theories wrapped up in a facade of bettering women’s health and empowerment. While Goop certainly has it’s own reputation for outrageous products and unique scented candles; this brief peek…

The Top 10 Movies Of 2019

Happy 2020! 2019 was a fantastic year for film and brought us some releases that will go down history as some of the most significant releases and biggest bombs ever (but that’s another list for another time). While there were…

Review: ‘6 Underground’ Delivers Maximum “Baydlem”

6 Underground is the type of movie created when a Redbull and an espresso shot have a baby and then it proceeds to drink 3 Four Lokos. Nothing in Michael Bay’s latest action pack romp makes too much sense, yet…

Review: ‘The Two Popes’ Pitch Perfect Performances

The Two Popes is a fantastic film that examines a subtle yet noticeable split within the Catholic Church. Anthony Hopkins (who plays Pope Benedict) and Johnathan Pryce (who plays Pope Francis) are perfect in their respective roles. Pope Benedict represented tradition…

‘Marriage Story’ Review: A Soul Shattering Experience

Marriage Story is this generation’s Kramer vs. Kramer. Baumbach’s opus is an incredibly nuanced depiction of two hearts being obliterated. The narrative is rich and complex, showcasing how the littlest moments are what ultimately lead to this devastating point in their lives. Adam…

‘The Irishman’ Review: A Masterclass In Every Sense

The Irishman is in a class all by itself. There are mediocre movies, good movies, great movies, and then we have The Irishman. Everything about Mr. Scorsese’s latest film embodies excellence. The performances in the film are remarkable. The set design was…

‘In The Tall Grass’ Review: A Boring Tedious Stephen King Adaptation

In The Tall Grass is one of those rare releases where it’s tough to find something positive to say about the film. There’s nothing scary about the film. The stagging of the narrative is, at times, confusing bordering on convoluted….

‘The Irishman’ Trailer Arrives and so Begins Netflix’s Award Season Push

On a day which should have dominated by talk of Hobbs and Shaw, it appears The Irishman teaser trailer stole the show. Netflix has considerable resources into this project, which boasts an epic cast and the makings of a fantastic tale. Here’s the…

‘Stranger Things’ Season 3 Review: 5 Fantastic 80’s Centric Takeaways Now with More “Fat Rambo”

Stranger Things third season is fantastic for so many different reasons. Creators Matt and Ross Duffer along with the writing team of Paul Dichter, Kate Trefy, William Bridges, and Curtis Gwinn masterfully created a narrative chock full of big hair, Orange…