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Tagged: Movie

The Laundromat

‘The Laundromat’ is An Important Film that Struggles to Do Its Subject Matter Justice

Whichever side of the political spectrum you reside on, the unequal distribution of wealth should concern you. But the solution to this is anything but...

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Mortal Engines

Film Review – Mortal Engines (2018)

What are the chances Mortal Engines survives this holiday season from the clutches of Into the Spider-Verse, Aquaman, Marry Poppins Returns, and Bumblebee combined? Slim, I tell you. Universal might have overestimated...

First Reformed

Film Review – First Reformed (2018)

After writing movies such as Taxi Driver and Raging Bull, Paul Schrader cemented himself as an industry mainstay.  If he wished, Schrader could have stopped after those two...

Canadian Movies

Top 10 Best Canadian Movies

Who doesn’t love Canada? I mean, my high school psychology teacher didn’t, but that’s beside the point. Canadians are kind, ride moose to school, and...

Film Review – Breath (2018)

Three years after his role of Patrick Jane on the smash hit CBS series, The Mentalist, came to an end, Australian actor Simon Baker returns to the...

Book Club

Film Review – Book Club (2018)

In a move of clear counterprogramming to Deadpool 2, Paramount put their cushy, fluffy romantic comedy Book Club up against the brass, brazen superhero film to appeal to moviegoing...