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The Florida Project: The Place Next to The Happiest Place on Earth

When I was in high school I worked with elementary school aged children. I worked at an after-school program, meant to be a fun place for kids to socialize, play games, and generally have fun. 683 more words

Current Reviews

Mountain ⭐⭐⭐⭐

Mountain is a poetic exploration of the severe magnificence of mountains and the forces that draw people to them.  Stunning cinematography that makes you feel as though you’re actually there and a sweeping score by the Australian Chamber Orchestra do most of the work here, inviting the audience to sit back and reflect. 145 more words



A gloriously immersive and poetic documentary, director Jennifer Peedom (Sherpa, Miracle on Everest) takes us on a journey through our fascination in the stunning majesty that is the world’s highest peaks. 107 more words


Mini Reviews #8: Death Note (2017) and #REALITYHIGH (2017)

Death Note (2017)

I know about Death Note, the manga series, but I didn’t realize how extensively popular it has been. It has spawned an animated series, a video game, two Japanese live action films, a three-part mini series, a TV drama and a musical. 760 more words


What Happened To Monday? - Seven Sisters

Kali ini memang bukan sebuah serial, tapi film original rilisan Netflix yang tayangnya jelas bukan di layar lebar (baca: pembenaran). Seven Sisters adalah judul yang dipasarkan di UK dan Eropa. 296 more words

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The Great Wall: The Review

Director: Zhang Yimou
Cast: Matt Damon, Jing Tian, Pedro Pascal, Andy Lau, Willem Defoe
Plot: A mercenary (Damon) on the hunt for dangerous black powder to sell illegally back home, stumbles across a centuries old war fought atop the Great Wall of China. 932 more words

Reviews From The Past

It's Time To Round Up The Suspects In The First Trailer For 'Murder On The Orient Express'

Kenneth Branagh’s take on an Agatha Christie classic.

Kenneth Branagh directs and stars in Agatha Christie’s ‘Murder on the Orient Express‘. With an exhaustive star-studded cast featuring Johnny Depp, Michelle Pfeiffer, Penelope Cruz, Willem Defoe, Daisy Ridley, Judi Dench, Olivia Coleman and Josh Gad, this one scarcely needs any persuasion from me. 133 more words

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