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I, Tonya & Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri | Mini Movie Reviews

I, Tonya

“Everyone has their own truth,” utters Margot Robbie’s Tonya Harding near the film’s bloody end, which seems fitting in the era of alternative facts we now live in. 211 more words

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Countdown to Infinity War: Iron Man 2 Show Notes

In this episode, I’ll be discussing Iron Man 2 (2010)!  Be sure to share this episode on all the social things and comment below with questions, comments, and suggestions for future episodes!   578 more words

Famished And Feasting

‘Iron Man’ (2008)

Stories with scientists as protagonists usually fall into a slightly preachy territory. Scientists often want to violate the natural order, and end up releasing a great deal of woe upon every living thing, those closest to them, or even themselves… 722 more words


Movie Review: Rough Night

Title: Rough Night (2017)
Rating: R
Genre: Comedy
Director: Lucia Aniello
Cast: Scarlett Johansson, Zoe Kravitz, Kate McKinnon, Jillian Bell, Ilana Glazer and Paul W. Downs… 137 more words


Mary Poppins Review

Mary Poppins is definitely a classic film that I’m sure most of us have heard of at some point or another. It’s a light hearted musical/comedy with a punch of supernatural elements to keep things fresh. 1,137 more words


"The Post"--a movie review

Steven Spielberg is such a fine director that he can make you sit on the edge of your seat for the answer to a question you already know. 405 more words

The Post Review

Looking at the current box office line up, there are no movies out as powerful socio-political commentary as The Post. This biographic piece about The Washington Post and the value of the First Amendment has popped up at a crucial time in history. 1,111 more words

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