FlixChatter Review: The Curse of La Llorona (2019)

Review by Vitali Gueron From producers James Wan, Gary Dauberman & Emile Gladstone and director Michael Chaves, comes the latest movie in The Conjuring franchise. Taking place in early 1970s Los Angeles, La Llorona (meaning The Weeping Woman) stars Linda Cardellini as Anna Tate-Garcia, a mother of two children, and a social worker who investigates child …

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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: STAN & OLLIE (2019)

Review by Vitali Gueron You don’t have to be a Laurel and Hardy expert to appreciate Jon S. Baird’s latest movie Stan & Ollie. The Laurel and Hardy biopic (released in late 2018 to qualify for OSCAR contention) is currently out at the Landmark Edina Theater in the Minneapolis area and further expanding in the …

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FlixChatter Review: MORTAL ENGINES (2018)

Review by Vitali Gueron [This review may contain plot details that could be considered spoilers, proceed with caution] When I heard that there was a movie was coming out, produced by The Lord of the Rings trilogy and The Hobbit director Peter Jackson, I was naturally excited and expected to be entertained on a massive …

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FlixChatter Review: VENOM (2018)

Review by: Vitali Gueron The next Marvel Comics superhero action movie released by Sony Pictures in 2018 is Venom. The movie is the first film in Sony's Marvel Universe, which is auxiliary to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. (Think The Avengers, Guardians of the Galaxy, Spider-Man: Homecoming, etc.) This means that the studio intended to start …

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FlixChatter Review: Fahrenheit 11/9 (2018)

Review by Vitali Gueron Fahrenheit 11/9 might be Michael Moore’s best movie since he made and released Fahrenheit 9/11 back in 2004. What Fahrenheit 9/11 did for millions of frustrated liberals living a Bush-era world where their democracy is threatened by a failed and dangerous presidency, this film plays on similar fears and frustrations of …

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FlixChatter Review: Peppermint (2018)

Director: Pierre Morel Writer: Chad St. John Running Time: 1h 42min Review by: Vitali Gueron Jennifer Garner makes her return to the action genre with the movie Peppermint, directed by Taken director Pierre Morel. After many years of male stars exacting revenge on criminals (think Liam Neeson in the Taken franchise), it now became Garner's turn to just that, …

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FlixChatter Review: The Darkest Minds (2018)

Director: Jennifer Yuh Nelson Writer: Chad Hodge Running Time: 1h 44min Review by: Vitali Gueron When you think of good movies that were adapted from young adult novels, you should think of The Hunger Games films, the Divergent series and The Maze Runner trilogy. Unfortunately, you should not be thinking of the subpar movie The Darkest Minds, …

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FlixChatter Review: SKYSCRAPER (2018)

Review by Vitali Gueron I was eagerly anticipating the release of the movie Skyscraper, partially because it is not a sequel and it is one of only a few blockbusters coming out this summer that aren’t part of a franchise. The movie is written and directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber and stars Dwayne “The Rock” …

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FlixChatter Review: Won’t You Be My Neighbor? (2018)

Review by: Vitali Gueron This year marks the 50th anniversary of what is arguably the most historic year in modern American history. 1968 was a year of social unrest, a turning point in the Vietnam War and the year both Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Bobby Kennedy were assassinated in the span of several …

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