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Conversations About Her

‘Coco’ – Pixar Does it Again | Film Review

  Pixar has an incredible track record as a studio, making films that entertain and pull at our heartstrings and their latest film, Coco is no exception.   Miguel Rivera (Anthony Gonzalez) is a 12-year-old boy from a family of Mexican shoemakers. He dreams of becoming a mariachi singer and be like his hero Ernesto de la Cruz (Benjamin Bratt),[…]

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‘The Commuter’ – Generic Liam Neeson Actioneer #68 | Film Review

  Since making Taken back in 2008, Liam Neeson has found himself a niche of modestly budgeted yet profitable action films. With The Commuter, it marks Neeson’s fourth time working with Spanish director Jaume Collet-Serra.   Michael MacCauley (Liam Neeson) is a 60-year-old insurance salesman who’s struggling financially and made worse when he is unfairly fired. On the commute back[…]

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‘The Greatest Showman’ – A Crowd-Pleasing Musical | Film Review

  Loosely based on the life of P. T. Barnum, The Greatest Showman is a biopic which mixes modern musical stylings with a classical filmmaking approach.   Phineas Taylor Barnum (Hugh Jackman) is a tailor’s son who dreams big and ‘marries above his station’ when he elopes with his childhood sweetheart, Charity (Michelle Williams). After losing his job as a[…]

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‘Justice League’ – A Fun Experience Which Surpassed Low Expectations | Film Review

  Considering the mixed reception that most of the DCEU films have received and the production problems Justice League suffered, it would have been easy to believe that this superhero team-up would have been a disaster. Fortunately Justice League was able to beat these low expectations.   The world is mourning the death of Superman (Henry Cavill) after the events[…]

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‘Blade Runner 2049’ – An Intelligent And Worthy Sequel | Film Review

  1982’s Blade Runner is easily considered one of the greatest sci-fi films ever made and making a sequel seems like a folly – especially because of the Director’s Cut and Final Cut’s ambiguous ending. Yet somehow Blade Runner 2049 serves as a great continuation and an intelligent sci-fi film in its own right.   30 years after the events[…]

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