Deepwater Horizon Review

An Intimate Disaster By: Anthony Zangrillo   Director Peter Berg (Lone Survivor) reunites with star Mark Whalberg to tell the gripping personal story within the national BP Oil crisis of 2010. In a surprising move, Whalberg carries the film on a working man, hero level, even if some of the narrativ...
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The Magnificent Seven Review

By Carl Cottingham The admittedly cliché saying goes that Hollywood has no new ideas in the 21st century. Numerous reviews and editorials about the subject have taken aim at the current state of the magic machine but it is a fact of the modern movie-going experience. Remakes have proven to be a lucrativ...
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Exorcist Pilot Review

More of a creepy mystery than a full blown horror story, FOX’s new take on The Exorcist isn’t looking to reinvent the wheel but more interested in telling a subdued story that will leave you with a few questions and maybe a few jumps. Thankfully not recreating the original 1973 film, this adaptation ins...
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Lethal Weapon Pilot Review

By James Gisante If you were a fan of the original movies and worried about FOX’s new Lethal Weapon series you can relax, it’s very good and very fun. Retelling the story of two cops, one with a death wish and one who’s too old for this s***, Lethal Weapon had a lot of pressure ...
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Queen of Katwe Review

The Inspiring Perspective of Chess Chess. A duel among kings and queens. A game of war.  A powerful tool of escapism. An opportunity to change your life. Queen of Katwe effortlessly balances these different lenses of the game, while conveying the remarkable story of a young girl Fiona (Madina Nalwanga)...
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Storks Review

STORKS Review by: Nikhil Amarnath At first glance, Storks is a typical market-driven animated movie – a feel-good story that has predictable plot-driving problems that are established near the beginning of the movie and resolve formulaically as the movie draws to a close. It revolves around a stork look...
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