FlixChatter Review – Mission Impossible: Fallout (2018)

The Mission: Impossible film franchise is one of the few that somehow got better and better after its third sequel struggle to make a dent at the box office. Not only did the later sequels were financially successful, they’re also critically darlings. Looking at Rottentomatoes.com, Mission: Impossible 4-6 received mid to high 90% rating. After …

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AMERICAN MADE review

I couldn’t remember the last time Tom Cruise has starred in a film that isn’t some kind of big budget action/adventure, I don’t know if he’s not getting offers to do more dramatic roles or he just likes doing action pictures. Whatever those reasons maybe, he’s now back in a role that's well-suited for him. …

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FlixChatter Review – The Mummy (2017)

Hoping to start their shared universe of monster films, Universal decided to reboot one of their earlier successful franchises with The Mummy. With Disney and Warner Bros. ranking in big dollars at the box office with their superhero flicks, Universal is hoping this so called Dark Universe will bring in big money for them as …

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FlixChatter Review: Mission Impossible Rogue Nation

I've been a fan of this long-standing franchise even from the first one by Brian De Palma. Looking back, it certainly was a more cerebral, somber affair as it took itself way too seriously. It might've been the fourth movie when the film took a decidedly lighter tone, but amped up the action to be even …

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JULY Viewing Recap + Movie of the Month

How in the world is July over already?!?! Seriously, this past month has been a total blur to me. I feel like I haven't done anything worth writing about the entire Summer! I mean we're finally gonna go for a bike ride outside of town with some friends, something we've been meaning to do since the beginning …

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Weekend Roundup + Review of Michael Mann’s Blackhat (2015)

Happy Monday everyone! It's Martin Luther King Jr. Day and my office is closed in remembrance of Dr. King's birthday. I was reading up about Dr. King's history earlier today and I'm always astonished by how many inspiring comments he had made in his relatively short life. These are just some of my favorites we can all live …

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Fairy Tale Blogathon: Ridley Scott’s LEGEND (1985)

When I saw that there’s a blogathon on Fairy Tale movies, hosted by Movies Silently, I jumped at the chance to participate. Alas I discovered it too late that most of the movies I wanted to review had been picked by others. But then I remembered about Legend, which is a fairy tale/ fantasy film …

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FlixChatter Double Review: Edge of Tomorrow

This weekend I finally saw my first movie on the big-screen after my holiday. Ted has seen it earlier in the week, here's what we think on Tom Cruise's latest blockbuster. Ted's Review For the last 10 years or so, Tom Cruise has starred in so many big-budgeted action pictures that I lost count. I …

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LCR’s Recast-Athon – Recasting characters of 2013 Films

Jack from Lights Camera Reaction recently invited fellow bloggers to participate in ‘Recast-athon’, where we'd recast characters of 2013 that we either hated or liked, but think that the role(s) could have been done better by another actor. The rule is to pick a minimum of three performances and explain the reasons.  So here are …

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Top 5 lackluster endings in big Hollywood movies

A couple of months ago I named my top 5 Spectacle Endings, well now I shift my focus on 5 movie endings that I thought lacked spectacle and excitement. As I mentioned on my last article, I love big Hollywood event/tentpole films. Yes I know most of them aren't what you called "great" cinema but …

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