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Shazam (2019)

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Entertaining, but wrought with inaccuracies to the original 1970s television series.

More importanly, proof that Captain Marvel is a male, not a female. By speaking the magic word, “Shazam,” Billy Batson becomes Captain Marvel. 199 more words

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Captain Marvel (2018)

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OMG! I can’t believe I rented this for a second time! Wasn’t impressed enough the first time to register a memory? Apparently, so.¬†Well, I made a concentrated effort this time to stay awake and find out the story. 95 more words

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Mortal Engines

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It looked fairly sci/fi, but it hardly kept me engaged enough. Albeit, weeks late, this review does not miss much. I am not a big steampunk fan, so the fashions were a bit off-putting to me as well. 105 more words

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Pet Sematary (1989)

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Wow! I was twenty-six when this came out. I think Stephen King was riding the tide of fame from The Shining. I also remember people being really scared(?) from this movie. 122 more words

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Wonder Park (2019)

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I cried like a baby! I have a mommy issue and my paternal aunt died recently. This movie deals with a mother’s health and potential mortality. 155 more words

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Us (2019)

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Feeling particularly vicious, I never thought I would use this word: “meh.”

First of all, I watched this with my mother, who forgot her glasses, interrupting the movie opening scenes. 347 more words

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Captain Marvel (2018)

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After my first viewing all I could remember was red, blue, red, blue, red, blue, et cetera.

The second time, I dozed off.

The third time, I was barely able to stay awake amidst all the fighting, but I must admit that I was overly bored watching this movie. 78 more words

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