Double Reviews: The Tomorrow War (2021)

Because of the pandemic, Paramount Pictures has pulled some of their big films from theatrical releases. Two were sold to Amazon, Without Remorse and a new sci-fi action/adventure called THE TOMORROW WAR. It’s understandable why they’ve decided to do that, these were already expensive films to produced and selling them to a big company, they …

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Guest Post: 5 TV Shows to Continue Your Child’s Education Over Summer

Just because school has ended and your child is on break, it doesn’t mean they can’t still continue learning over summer. While everyone is on quarantine due to COVID-19, it can be hard to engage your kids with new and exciting ways to read or do homework every day. Luckily, we’ve gathered a list of …

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Musings on Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (2018)

The fifth installment of the Jurassic franchise already made nearly half a billion bucks before it even opened here in North America (it now stands at over $700mil). So yeah, its financial prowess still prove to be monstrous, even as the power of its monsters continue to reach diminishing returns. If you haven't seen the …

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Mini Reviews of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 & Colossal

Hello there folks! It feels like it's been ages since I wrote my last review, but it's actually just a week ago. Well, I saw two Charlie Hunnam films in two weeks… The Lost City of Z and King Arthur: Legend of the Sword. I really enjoyed both, the latter is enjoyable though probably not your thing if you don't like Guy …

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FlixChatter Review: Passengers (2016)

Directed By: Morten Tyldum Written By: Jon Spaihts Runtime: 116 minutes I heard about the premise of this one a few years ago when the project was still stuck in development hell and for some time it was meant to be a vehicle for Keanu Reeves. Well, now we've got two of the biggest young …

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FlixChatter Review: The Magnificent Seven (2016)

I gotta admit, I'm not much of a Western fan. Though interestingly enough, I've liked three western remakes in the past decade: 3:10 To Yuma, True Grit and then this one. Confession: I have NOT seen any of the original films. Now, people who have seen the original films would likely have a different opinion about the remake. …

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Musings on the Han Solo spinoff & who we’d like to see as young Solo

So a couple of days ago when Twitter was all abuzz with news of the upcoming Han Solo spinoff movie, I was rather ho-hum about it. I'm not exactly clamoring to see this, nor the throng of other spin-offs as Disney's milking the Star Wars franchise for all its worth. $4 Bil is really chump change considering the …

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