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Old School Review: Barbershop

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This is a classic black people movie that I have heard plenty about but have never gotten round to watching. Terrible I know. I should just hand back my card. 514 more words


Star Trek Beyond

Once again we are aboard one of the most beloved space ships known to the golden and silver screen, “The U.S.S Enterprise”. However this time there is a new captain; I’m speaking of course of the change in director and in writers. 588 more words


Feminist Utopias and Battling Cruel Optimism in Ghostbusters

When I first heard about the new Ghostbusters, I was bursting with anticipation. But when the trailers started coming I quickly tuned out. Like a child who has peeked at their Christmas presents before the big day, I needed to hold the excitement in. 1,034 more words

Pop Culture

REVIEW: 'The Killing Joke' Misses the Mark

Alan Moore and Brian Bolland’s Batman: The Killing Joke was released in 1988 to a hail fire of criticism and praise, instantly becoming a classic among readers and fans. 749 more words


Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie

Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie is basically the equivalent to what fanboys get all hyped up about with Star Wars, Ghostbusters, Star Trek, et al. This is a film for lovers of the 24 year old new-classic British television series and it delivers in spades of hilarity. 615 more words


Jason Bourne Review

Although interesting at time, Jason Bourne will ultimately leave you feeling more disappointed than satisfied.

Picking up several years after the Ultimatum, Bourne (Matt Damon) is off the grid while just trying to survive. 674 more words


#Cinema #Quotes by Mel Brooks

A cinema villain essentially needs a moustache so he can twiddle with it gleefully as he cooks up his next nasty plan. Mel Brooks
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