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Coffee The Drink That Changed America (2016) Documentary Review

60 Minutes

Coffee was one of those things that I really hated until I didn’t. While I drink it now I have to be honest and say that I still don’t love it. 653 more words


"Brightburn: Son of Evil" Subverts Superheroes Beautifully

Thoughout history, little boys who’ve been taken in by eager parents ended up saving the world. One took an entire nation of slaves across the Red Sea while the other became the world’s greatest superhero. 786 more words

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Rim of the World

During an alien invasion, a group of summer campers stumbles across the master key to Earth’s defences. It’s up to them to travel 70 miles to NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory and deliver the key to the scientists there. 352 more words

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Review: Gordon Lightfoot: If You Could Read My Mind

By John Corrado

★★★½ (out of 4)

Gordon Lightfoot: If You Could Read My Mind, a documentary about the beloved Canadian folk musician co-directed by Joan Tosoni and Martha Kehoe, opens with Lightfoot watching old footage of himself performing his classic song “For Loving You,” and commenting on how he wishes he hadn’t written something so chauvinistic and has stopped playing it for that very reason. 424 more words


Review of Mary Poppins Returns

Review of Mary Poppins Returns


Topsy- Meryl Streep

Georgie- Joel Dawson

Ellen- Julie Walters

Wilkins- Colin Firth

John- Nathanael Saleh

Annabel- Pixie Davies

Jane- Emily Mortimer… 193 more words

'Aladdin (2019)' // Film Review: Live-Action Disney Remake Lacks True Magic

Live-action Disney remakes seem to divide a lot of people out there. One side thinks they’re pointless cash grabs for the studio to lean on nostalgia, while the other side thinks it’s a way to introduce young children to beloved classics with a new spin. 1,062 more words

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Film Review: "Non-Fiction" (2018) ★★★★

Writing a novel is not that easy. There must be a source of inspiration to scoop from, to induce some fire, curiosity and even intrigue into it. 301 more words

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