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Game Night Review

Opening weekend I went to see Game night, a comedy with a bit of dark humor. There will be no spoilers, at least none you can get by not watching the trailer.      The plot is that Max and Annie, a couple who met from their love for competitive

A Must Sea Movie

How often is it that there’s an accurate fiction movie with culture at the heart of it? Not often, at least not that I’ve seen. That’s what I love so much about the Disney movie “Moana." Its strong female lead, culture and focus on family are what makes this such

Stand By Me While We Watch This Movie

Back in the simple days of 1959, four boys from a small town in Oregon experience many adventures together. No worries, no technology, just a group of friends and the search for a dead body. Watching “Stand By Me” makes me wish I was a kid during this time. Everything

Insight on “The Intern”

Nancy Meyers brought yet another fun filled, family movie to the big screen called “The Intern.” 70-year-old Ben Whittaker, played by Robert De Niro, was a retired, widowed man. He was eager to jump at the opportunity to become a senior intern for an online clothing store. His boss Jules Ostin,

Kingsman 2: The Golden Circle

Have you ever imagined what the James Bond franchise would be like if it had more tongue-in-cheek humor, and was willing to take more risks? Then what you imagined is the Kingsman franchise. After the somewhat surprising success of the original, “Kingsman: A Secret Service”, a sequel was green-lighted almost immediately.

“Thank You For Your Service” is Worth the Watch

If you plan on watching a heartfelt movie anytime soon, I would recommend “Thank You For Your Service.” The movie follows a group of soldiers that return to the U.S. after serving in Iraq. The film realistically portrays the struggles that our troops face when it comes to integrating back

No Country for Old Men: A Classic Western Masterpiece

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A Review on A Dog’s Purpose

  Doesn’t it seem like your dog is always there for you? Whenever you’re happy, sad, or overall frustrated with life, your dog will always be there for you. They get overly excited when you get home, and get really depressed when they see you about to leave. A Dog’s Purpose

Hidden Figures Movie Review

  The inspiring story of the African American women that helped NASA get a man in space is told beautifully in the new movie Hidden Figures. Untold for over 50 years, this wonderful tale of three visionary women chasing their dreams is one everyone can enjoy. The movie takes you through

Black Mirror Review

Although Black Mirror a Television series, each episode has different actors and scenarios from the last. It’s a british series but you can find all three seasons on Netflix. I tend to hop around from different episodes not in any order, because it really doesn’t matter. This show is actually

Everyone has felt like a Peculiar Child at least once in their Life

From the director of “The Nightmare Before Christmas”, “The Corpse Bride”, and “Edward Scissorhands”, comes “Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children.” Tim Burton is known for stories that captivate the audience with interesting characters and effects and he definitely succeeded with his latest film. Asa Butterfield, (Jake), perfectly portrays the awkward

Wishing for Ouija?

During fall and Halloween many people get out Ouija boards and try to scare their friends by moving it.  Pretending to be contacting the spirit world is how the new movie,” Ouija Origin of Evil”, starts. This movie takes place in 1965, Los Angeles.  Alice Zander, played by Elizabeth Reaser, runs