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: Collateral Beauty (2016)

Directed By: David Frankel Written By: Allan Loeb Runtime: 94 minutes After reviewing a couple unimpressive comedies last week (Office Christmas Party and Why Him?), I was ready for seeing something a little weightier, so I was excited to get the opportunity to see Collateral Beauty. I was a little nervous it would be overly-sentimental, …

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FlixChatter Review: Suicide Squad (2016)

Not every year we get not one but two highly-anticipated DC superhero films where the hype is simply overwhelming. I personally have not been anticipating either movies, and I tried with all my might to avoid watching every damn clip/trailer/featurette, etc the studio releases practically every single week. Well, you already know how I feel …

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Thursday Movie Picks #56: Alien Invasion of Earth

Happy Thursday everyone! This is another entry to the weekly Thursday Movie Picks that's spearheaded by Wandering Through the Shelves Blog. Here's the gist: The rules are simple simple: Each week there is a topic for you to create a list of three movies. Your picks can either be favourites/best, worst, hidden gems, or if …

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FlixChatter Review: Winter’s Tale

Let me preface this review by saying that Akiva Goldsman should stick to writing screenplays or producing films instead of working behind the camera. In his debut feature, Goldsman's wearing multiple hat as producer, writer AND director. The film takes place at the turn of the century New York City, where the protagonist, Peter Lake, has …

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In *honor* of Hollywood ‘dump months’ – 6 films that are excruciating to sit through

So now that all of the holidays and prestige films have been released, Hollywood will dump films that they're not too proud of in the months of January and February. In fact, the term 'dump months' is an unofficial term used in the film community for the period of the year when there are lowered commercial …

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