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Review: Fireworks

On the week of July 5th, Studio Shaft debuted their latest film, Fireworks (Uchiage Hanabi, Shita kara Miru ka? Yoko kara Miru ka?), across the United States for three days. The ninety-minute animated feature, based on the 1993 live-action television play of the same title, takes place on the day of a firework festival in the town of...

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Review: ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’

If you’re a fan of the Jurassic Park franchise, then you should already know by now that Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is finally out in theaters. Just like the first four films, Fallen Kingdom serves as a cautionary tale for those who try their hand at playing god. Taking place a few years after the initial closure of...

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Review: Incredibles 2 Is A ‘Totally Wicked’ Sequel

It’s been nearly 14 years since Pixar’s The Incredibles hit the silver screen, and not much has changed since in the latest addition to the franchise.     Incredibles 2 immediately follows the first film, opening with the Parr family suiting up to fight against the Mole Man, the featured villain from the final scene of The Incredibles....

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Review: Ocean’s 8 Is A Kick-Ass Female Led Remake Worth Seeing

“Sometimes just knowing the job will work is good enough. You don't have to do it,” says former Ocean’s star, Reuben Tishkoff (Elliott Gould) to Debbie Ocean (Sandra Bullock) in the franchise’s latest film, Ocean’s 8. While Reuben’s logic would seem sound to most people, to someone like Debbie, who views her family’s history of elaborate cons and heists...

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Avengers 4 Theories

Avengers Infinity War left a lot of fans feeling different emotions during the final scene of the movie. Fans who’ve read the comics and fans who just seen the movies. We're left with sadness as Thanos completed his lifelong mission and it literally cost him everything. After the movie was finally released, it sparked some theories about what...

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Review: Tully And The Woes Of Motherhood

"Girl's heal." This is the line that hit me. This statement made by the free-spirited night nanny in Diablo Cody and Jason Reitman's latest film, Tully, had me thinking, "But do they really? Do girls truly heal?" According to the main character Marlo (Charlize Theron), a tired struggling mother of three, we don't. She told the young night nanny,...

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Review: Amy Schumer’s I Feel Pretty’ Doesn’t Do It For Me

Prior to its release, Amy Schumer’s I Feel Pretty, received major backlash from Twitter for the film's premise which focuses on an average-sized, straight, cis-white woman and how she needed a hit on the head to feel confident with her body. When the official movie trailer dropped, Danish Comedian, Sofie Hagen, called the film a "Let me remove her glasses...

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