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If you were born after 2000, Al Pacino, Joe Pesci and Robert De Niro have been old your entire life. So seeing the CGI reanimation of these three legendary actors on first the silver screen (for four weeks) then on your computer or TV screen was interesting, to say the least. “The Irishman,”…

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“Parasite” was hands down the best movie I saw this year that none of my friends, family or colleagues saw. Not a single person I asked had seen it when I asked, even months after the original theatrical release. I still have yet to find anyone who has seen the Korean film even after it…

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Noah Baumbach’s “Marriage Story” is the rare movie that almost every single person who watches it can relate to, which is why it was the perfect ‘Netflix-to-award-show’ movie that came out this season. The film follows Nicole Barber (Scarlett Johansson) and her husband Charlie Barber (Adam D…

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When “Joker” made its theatrical release October 2019, I don’t think a single person thought that during award season it would be the film with the most Academy Award nominations. Now, the film is a dark horse to win most of its nominated awards. The comic-book film is set in 1981 and follow…

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Of all the movies that were announced as award contenders, I was most excited to see Jojo Rabbit get the nod. This film adds a bit of comedy to a darker, more serious, award lineup. Written and directed by Taika Waititi, the story follows 10-year-old Jojo Betzier, who is living in Nazi Germa…

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After securing a best picture nomination from the Academy, fans and viewers of “Ford V Ferrari” might be taken aback from how much the Academy loved the semi-biopic sports movie about cars. “Ford V Ferrari” is about a team of American engineers who try to usurp control over racing by the per…

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The new film “1917” is a film unlike any other film that is in theaters right now. Set at the pinnacle of World War I, “1971” depicts the Great War and creates an immersive, powerful world that left me, as an audience member, moved with emotion numerous times. The movie follows to young Brit…

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Anytime an award-winning book is made into a movie, there are two distinct and separate camps that hold their breath. ‘Movie people’ who think that the only way to make great movies are with original ideas and concepts and ‘book people’ who think that making every book into a movie devalues …

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As big of a comic book movie nerd as I am, I was not excited for “Joker” when I heard it announced. Joaquin Pheonix is one of my favorite actors and the “Joker” is one of my favorite villains. However, I did not feel the need to have a “Joker” origin story that will not…

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After 27 years, the Losers Club comes back to Derry and faces their fears once again.

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In a world run by corrupt superheroes, Billy Butcher (Karl Urban) and his crew work to end their reign.

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“Ready or Not” was a genuine surprise. I was not prepared for what I would be watching, knowing summer horror movies can be hit or miss. Movies like “Midsommar” and “Brightburn” set the stage for horror this summer. However, I am happy to say, from beginning to end, I thoroughly enjoyed “Rea…

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Denny, a racecar driver, (Milo Ventimiglia) and his dog, Enzo, (Kevin Costner) live life together while applying what they have learned in racing to their everyday lives.

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Quentin Tarantino’s ninth film focuses on the life and career of actor Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio), his stuntman Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt) and the struggles the men face. “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood” was one of my most anticipated films of the year. This movie is director Quentin Tarant…

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The original “Lion King” from 1994 is one of the best — if not at the best — movies Disney has ever created. From great storytelling, compelling characters and emotional scenes to phenomenal voice acting from legends like James Earl Jones as Mufasa, the original animated film was such a hit …

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It is difficult to expect one thing out of a movie and receive something entirely different. In both of the recent Godzilla movies, I went in expecting each to be an action-packed, two-hour monster mash movie but instead watched people talking about how threatening the monsters are for rough…

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After the events of Endgame, Peter Parker goes on vacation to Europe and must save the world from new threats. Being the Spider-Man fan I am, I was really hoping “Spider-Man: Far From Home” would end the streak of subpar Spider-Man movies before it’s time, not including the three Sam Raimi m…

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Midsommar is a wild two-and-a-half hour ride of pure terror as you follow a group of friends visiting a cult in the middle of nowhere. Ari Aster is quickly becoming one of my favorite writers and directors. If you have not seen his first movie “Hereditary,” I highly recommend watching it. As…

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The closing feature for the SXSW film festival this year was Wes Anderson’s stop-motion film “Isle of Dogs.” After an impressive, crowd-pleasing line-up for the festival, there could not have been a better movie to finish on a high note. Anderson outdoes himself yet again by delivering a uni…

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An important quality of a diverse collection of stories is the inclusion of underrepresented communities. Not an abstract conception of a group of people with similar qualities but quite literally a physical community in which the residents live, work and produce culture. In this case at SXS…

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Comedy is not just about making an audience laugh. The art of comedy allows artists to cross lines and provoke questions which cannot be done in a serious context. It allows audiences to contend with their own emotions and awkward situations in a relaxed yet stimulating approach. In film, tw…

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After each experiencing their own traumatizing experience, two previously unconnected teenagers are bestowed with the ability to manipulate light and dark energies that will bind them together for the rest of their lives. “Cloak and Dagger” marks the newest addition to Marvel’s lineup of epi…

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With diversity being a hot button topic, there’s been a long overdue push to include more women in important conversations and in positions of power. The strive for inclusion not only promotes a more even playing field for filmmakers and executives regardless of gender, but also allows the f…