Month: July 2017

Baby Driver Film Review by Josh Evoy

Baby Driver Directed By Edgar Wright Runtime 1hr and 54 minutes.  Starring Ansel Elgort as Baby, Kevin Spacey as Doc, Lily James as Deborah, Eliza Gonzalez as Darling, Jon Hamm as Buddy, Jamie Fox as Bats, and Jonathan Bernthal as Griff. Synopsis. The story is about Baby, Who’s a talented music obsessed getaway driver who has his own perfect soundtrack and that helps him drive, but he’s coerced into working for a crime boss. Baby land’s in deep water when a heist goes bad and his life, love, and freedom. All come into question. The story is about Baby,...

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Girls Trip Review

Imagine The Hangover meets Sex in the City.  Instead of having Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte and Samantha, there is Ryan (Hall) the well-established television personality with seemingly perfect life and marriage. Sasha (Latifah), once an award-winning journalist, now an online tabloid journalist trying to get the next big story before she loses everything. Lisa (Pinkett Smith) the former party girl, now a divorce mom with two kids, trying to loosen up and find her “true” self.  Last, but certainly not least, Dina (Haddish), the brash, say what’s on her mind, “ride or die” friend whose rebellious behavior always lands her in “hot water”.

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Dunkirk Film Review By Josh Evoy.

  Dunkirk Directed by Christopher Nolan Runtime 2hrs starring  Tom Hardy, Mark Rylance, Cillian Murphy, Kenneth Branagh, Barry Keoghan, James D”acry, Aneurin Barnard, Harry Styles, Jack Lowden, Tom Glynn Carney, and Fionn Whitehead. Synopsis,  Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk is The story  about the Evacuation of over 200,000 soldiers on the Beaches of Dunkirk and the film has 3 stories that are called The mole which takes place over the span of one week in the film the second story is called the sea and the event’s of that part of the story takes place over the course a day and...

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Spider-Man: Homecoming Review

As a potluck of intellectual originality, Spider-Man:  Homecoming gives you a lot to “chew on”.  From Captain America’s hilarious cameos, to the introduction of an old character as new that gives you that “ah ha” moment. The film captures the essence of naive teenage Peter Parker becoming Spider-Man, enticing you to fall in love with the character all over again.  It finishes with a bang and has you craving for more, anxiously awaiting the next installment.

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