FlixChatter Review: Shazam! (2019)

There's such a huge anticipation over this movie, and the early reviews have been giddily-positive. I have to say I was caught in a bit of Shazam! fever as well after seeing the second trailer, which promises a boisterous good time. This movie is an origin story of the DC superhero that's originally named Captain …

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Guest Review: US (2019)

Written & Directed By: Jordan Peele Runtime: 1 hour 56 minutes Jordan Peele has done it again.  He has given us Us, a horror movie that can and will throw you into your favorite existential spiral. Have issues with interpersonal relationships? Peele can prod at that.  Worried about the government or science meddling in things …

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Mini Reviews: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011) + Wind River (2017)

Happy Monday everyone! It's been a pretty hectic week last week with freelance gigs, script updates, etc. There's a hint of Spring (finally!) after such a long and pretty miserable Winter, in fact, we pretty much hibernated most weekends the past couple of months. Well, that gave us a chance to catch up on a …

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Guest Review: Isn’t It Romantic (2019)

Directed By: Todd Strauss-Schulson Written By: Dana Fox, Erin Cardillo, Katie Silberman Runtime: 1 hour 29 minutes Isn’t It Romantic is a masterpiece. Not in the sense that it’s ideologically revolutionary or that it’s even necessarily going to stand the test of time, but it is skillfully conceived, written, acted, shot, and edited in a …

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FlixChatter Review: CAPTAIN MARVEL (2019)

I think it goes without saying that Captain Marvel is an important milestone. It's not the first movie featuring a female superhero, but it's the first out of the gate out of the behemoth Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). Honestly, I try to tune out the buzz around this movie, something that's getting increasingly difficult in …

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FlixChatter Review: TRIPLE FRONTIER (2019)

As of last October, Netflix began offering press screenings for its original movies. Yet for some reason, this is the first time I'm seeing a Netflix Original Movie on the big screen. The tile seems rather generic, but the term Triple Frontier actually refers to a tri-border area along the junction of Paraguay, Argentina and Brazil, …

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Musings on my childhood favorite – Disney’s The Little Mermaid (1989)

Happy weekend!! Hope you're all doing well. It's  I've been quite preoccupied with a bunch of stuff this week I barely have time to write anything for the blog. But hey, I finally did get approved by Rotten Tomatoes! Yes I know I know, I could've done that years ago but I guess I just …

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FlixChatter Review – How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (2019)

How To Train Your Dragon has officially become one of my favorite movie trilogies ever… and perhaps even rival Toy Story as my fave animated trilogies. When the first movie first came out, it kind of took me by surprise just how much I adore it. In fact, it’s one of those rare times that …

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FlixChatter Review: Happy Death Day 2U (2019)

Review by Vitali Gueron One of my favorite comedic slasher movies came out in mid-October 2017. Happy Death Day, from Blumhouse Productions and directed by Christopher Landon, was a breakout hit that year and earned big bucks (over $100 million) for the studio when it only cost less than $5 million to make. Flixchatter’s own …

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FlixChatter Review: COLD WAR (2019)

This was the first film I saw on the big screen in 2019 back in early January. Somehow it took me over a month to review it, but posting it on Valentine's Day seems quite fitting. In post-war Poland, Wiktor Warski (Tomasz Kot) met Zuzanna "Zula" Lichoń (Joanna Kulig) when he was the pianist at a …

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