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Lady Bird - Film Review

Aaron Farrell

Lady Bird is an honest, heartfelt meditation which Greta Gerwig has poured wit, charm and a keen eye into to create not just another coming-of -age dramedy but an autership of adolescence. 808 more words

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The Greatest Showman - Film Review

Aaron Farrell

P.T. Barnum was a visionary, in business, in life and in uniting disparate peoples. From humble beginnings as a tailor’s boy, he pursues a love that is a a few rungs of social class above his own and in achieving his dream woman, Michelle Williams’ Charity, he believe he must provide a life of luxury for her and their daughters. 823 more words

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Three Billboard Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Aaron Farrell

Three dilapidated billboards that sit outside Ebbing, Missouri are recommissioned by Mildred Hayes (Frances McDormand) in a desperate attempt to incite local police Chief Willoughby (Woody Harrelson) into actively seeking justice for Mildred’s daughter, whom, seven months prior, was raped and murdered. 610 more words

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Movie Review of "Thor: Ragnarok"

I watched Thor: Ragnarok (2017) last week and loved it. It wasn’t the perfect film, but of the three “Thor” movies, it was clearly the best. 1,397 more words

Science Fiction

Bound Film Review

If I had to summarize this film in three words: stunning, action-packed, entertaining.  The story, action, and performances are all spot on in the makings of this female-empowering Neo-noir film. 335 more words

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LONDON FILM FESTIVAL REVIEW – THE BALLAD OF BUSTER SCRUGGS (2018)

LONDON FILM FESTIVAL REVIEW – THE BALLAD OF BUSTER SCRUGGS (2018)

Directed by: Joel Coen & Ethan Coen

Produced by: Joel Coen & Ethan Coen, Megan Ellison, Sue Naegle, Robert Graf… 379 more words

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New Episode from CinemaJaw: CinemaJaw 394, Halloween Special 2018! with John Laflamboy of Hell’s Gate – Scariest Movie Masks

Reviewed this episode: Old Man and the Gun, Bad Times at the El Royale
I for an I (Interested or Ignore): Halloween
Trivia: Halloween Movie Trivia…
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