FlixChatter Review: Black Adam (2022)

Directed by Jaume Collet-SerraStarring: Dwayne Johnson, Aldis Hodge, Noah Centineo, Sarah Shahi, Quintessa Swindell, Marwan Kenzari, Pierce Brosnan Even before press screening time, word’s already gotten out to not expect much from Collet-Serra’s latest collaboration with The Rock, having directed the star in Disney’s Jungle Cruise (2021) previously. But this may have helped its cause. …

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Netflix’s The Old Guard (2020)

I've been excited for this film since its trailer dropped last May… luckily, unlike theatrical releases that's getting delayed indefinitely [even those as huge as Chris Nolan's TENET], a Netflix release is a guarantee. The Old Guard centers on a covert team of immortal mercenaries who've been living for centuries. First, we meet the group's …

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Trailer Spotlight: Netflix’s The Old Guard (2020)

Happy Thursday!! It's rather gloomy here where I live, so it's nice to see something that gets the juices flowing. Definitely something to look forward to July 10 as that's the date it'll drop on Netflix, yay! A covert team of immortal mercenaries are suddenly exposed and must now fight to keep their identity a …

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FlixChatter Review: Disney’s live-action ALADDIN (2019)

Can you believe it that the original Aladdin animated feature came out 27 years ago? To be honest, I barely remember it as I was more into the Princess movies growing up (esp. Sleeping Beauty and The Little Mermaid). When they first announced they're working the live-action remake, I was skeptical, which wasn't helped at …

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Guest Review: The Promise (2017)

Directed By: Terry George Written By: Terry George, Robin Swicord Runtime: 2 hrs 13 minutes It has taken more than ten years for Terry George to return from Hotel Rwanda with another sweeping historical narrative – again about genocide. The Promise is a sobering, beautiful disappointment. The film has a beautiful score and decent cinematography, but is …

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