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Film Review: Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

We’ve all know of the live action Spider-Man Movies, some of us may know the comic books inside and out, whilst others may have even grown up watching an animated series or two. 672 more words

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The latest superhero film of 2018 follows Aquaman/Arthur Curry (Jason Momoa) as he attempts to stop his half-brother Orm/Ocean Master (Patrick Wilson) declaring war on the people of earth. 896 more words

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Cult Classics: The Breaker Upperers

Not many comedy films begin with a character sobbing her heart out in a heart wrenching way but maybe they should if they’re as funny as this recent effort from New Zealand. 556 more words

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CCP Opens MET OPERA in HD Season 6 with Die Zauberflӧte

THE Cultural Center of the Philippines, the Metropolitan Opera of New York, and the Filipinas Opera Society Foundation, Inc., in cooperation with the Ayala Mall Cinemas, opens the sixth season of the Met Opera in HD with Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Die Zauberflӧte (The Magic Flute) on January 8, 2019. 235 more words


"A Star Is Born" (2018)

“A Star Is Born” (2018)
Directed by Bradley Cooper

Full disclosure. I kinda sorta wanted this film to suck. Being neither a Bradley Cooper nor Lady Gaga fan, I wanted to believe that the hype was due to their gigantic following as individual performers. 1,035 more words

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New from Solzy at the Movies by Danielle Solzman: The Quake: An Emotional High-Stakes Thriller

The Quake is able to offer us a low-budget Norwegian thriller that is certain to have audiences on the edge of their seats.

The film starts out with a news report on the findings of the Geiranger Comission.  726 more words

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Last night, Marilyn and I watched “Being There.” We hadn’t seen this comedy from 1979 in a long time, probably years. What a difference time has made! 611 more words