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New from Solzy at the Movies by Danielle Solzman: Thor – The Road to Endgame

Thor introduces an entirely new realm of mythology to the Marvel Cinematic Universe by way of the wondrous beauty that is Asgard. The film’s prologue introduces us to the nine realms, Asgardians, and Frost Giants.  68 more words

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New from Solzy at the Movies by Danielle Solzman: The Avengers – The Road to Endgame

Marvel’s The Avengers is the team-up movie that we’ve been waiting for and it’s absolutely everything we wanted it to be. Loki wants to rule Earth.  80 more words

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New from Jon Espino on The Young Folks: Disneynature’s Penguins review: These penguins will melt even the iciest of hearts

It’s impossible to be on the internet for longer than a few minutes without running into a post or video about animals doing cute things. I don’t just mean things they would normally do, like when a cat brings you a small, dead animal as a gift, but more like the ones where they do things we think only humans do. 588 more words

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New from Solzy at the Movies by Danielle Solzman: Iron Man 3 – The Road to Endgame

Iron Man 3 gets us back to Tony Stark’s story by largely drawing upon the “Extremis” arc so as to lend the film more of a thriller element. 78 more words

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New from Solzy at the Movies by Danielle Solzman: Thor: The Dark World – The Road to Endgame

Thor: The Dark World is far from the best film in the franchise as the Avengers hero battles against Malekith’s attempt to destroy the universe. The sequel incorporates a prologue like its predecessor.  72 more words

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Movie Review - "Pet Semetary" (2019)

Despite having never seen the original “Pet Semetary” or having read Stephen King’s novel, I do have an interesting history with this story. My mother swears that the scariest movie-going experience of her life was seeing the 1989 “Pet Semetary” when she was pregnant with me. 330 more words

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Daffodils - David Stubbs

There’s something about David Stubbs’ film, Daffodils, that I can’t help but describe as ‘cute’. It’s less melt-my-heart and more of aww-look-at-Daffy-trying-to-play-with-the-big-kids. And by big kids I mean Hollywood films, obviously. 858 more words

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