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The War of the Worlds (1953)

There are some books that have become such a part of me that I sometimes forget if I have actually read the original or not. … 2,520 more words

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Peter Rabbit | Review


There’s a lot of hopping in Will Gluck’s Peter Rabbit and, yes, much of it takes place on the grave of Beatrix Potter, from whom the story originates. 469 more words


Benz Eye View: Tomb Raider


1.) Unlike the previous iterations, Lara Croft is painted as a more realistic and down-to-earth character just like the rebooted video game counterpart.  She is not an invincible character like Angeline Jolie’s version, Alicia Vikander’s version is athletic, yet vulnerable when thrown into a new environment.  735 more words

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Film Review: Home Again [2017]

Ahhhhh this is my first film review on my new blog and I’m afraid to say it’s gonna be a bad one.

I confess, I love romantic comedies. 356 more words


The Strangers: Prey At Night (2018) Movie Review

Adding nothing new to the genre, and paying “homage” to countless (much better) horror movies, this is one of the worst movies of the year. … 937 more words

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[Review] Dunkirk : A New Standard-Bearer for War Movies

A lot of movies have been made about World War II, and mostly it’s about the victory of nation against their foes, or how one man single-handedly turned the tide of the battle, whether on the battlefield or making a scientific or technological breakthrough. 530 more words

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[Review] The Post : The Dream Team makes a Journalistic Thriller

It doesn’t take a genius to see the parallels between The Post and the situation in the United States right now. Sure, The Post is about the Pentagon Papers that was leaked in 1971 by  the Washington Post, but it is very much the same in the US now as it was in 1971. 440 more words