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Wrestling Is NOT FAKE!!!

“Fighting With My Family” is directed Stephen Merchant and is based on the Max Fisher’s 2012 documentary, “The Wrestlers: Fighting with My Family”. The film stars Florence Pugh, Jack Lowden, Lena...

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The Marine (2006)

“The Marine” was directed by John Benito & stars John Cena, Robert Patrick, Kelly Carlson, Jerome Ehlers, Anthony Ray Parker & Manu Bennett. Just like The Rock, John Cena was also a pro wrestler for the WWE...

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The Patriot (2000)

“The Patriot” was directed by Roland Emmerich who known for his other films including “Universal Soldier”, “Independence Day” (the irony), “2012”, “White House Down”...

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The Invisible Man

New Invisible Man is radically different as well as fearfully intense. 2000’s Hollow Man, and it’s 2006 direct-to-video sequel, were the last cinematic versions of H.G.Wells’ seminal classic, The Invisible Man....

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Strings VS. Stones

“Trolls World Tour” was directed by Walt Dohrn, is a Dreamworks Animation and is the sequel to the 2016 film, “Trolls”. The film sees Anna Kendrick, Justin Timberlake & James Corden all return to...

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Captain Marvel

Captain Marvel is a real photon blast from the 90’s. Notwithstanding DC beating them to the proverbial punch with their own solo super heroine, Wonder Woman, Marvel’s leading foray into lady champions offers up an...

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The Wind

The horror western. A small but exceptionally well made work of genre-blending paranoid atmosphere.

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X-Men (2000)

“X-Men” was directed and co-written by Bryan Singer and based on the comic book superhero team of the same name from Stan Lee, Jack Kirby & Marvel Comics. The film stars Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellan, Hugh...

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Unplanned’s true story strikes at the very heart of the abortion debate. It’s one thing to create a work of fiction on a hot button subject, but something else entirely when a real person actually experiences that...

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Avengers End Game

End Game’s epic, climactic battle makes it well worth seeing on the big screen. Although it is painful for all dedicated fans, we know that eventually, all good things must come to a proverbial end. Marvel films are...

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Midsommar easily gives cults a bad name. If you ever acquire the golden opportunity of traveling to a foreign country with your significant other (is that term still used?), and their friends, to witness and participate in some...

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August 28, 2019 · Overcomer offers up good life lessons for all, besides Christians. Alex Kendrick and his dedicated crew of film makers, have always emphasized to non-Christians, as well as true Christians, that trials,...

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Phoenix’s Joker imparts a violent origin of the Clown Prince of Crime. 26 January 1966 marked the auspicious debut of Cesar Romero’s Clown Prince of crime in the original Batman tv series episode titled, “The...

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Black and Blue

October 30, 2019 · Naomi Harris trades up London for New Orleans in Black and Blue. “In the criminal justice system, the people are represented by two separate yet equally important groups. The police who investigate...

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Edwin Hopkins December 26, 2019 · For those familiar with the stage musical, Cats will be quite entertaining. While stationed at Maguire AFB, NJ, I was blessed to see Cats at the Winter Garden Theater in New York City. It was 17...

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The Hunt

After six months, the controversial “The Hunt” makes it to the big screen. Political leftists and rightists have always been at odds on how our country should be run. But never, as far as I know, have they ever been...

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San Andreas (2015)

“San Andreas” was directed by Brad Peyton who also did “Journey 2: The Mysterious Island”, “Rampage” & “Incarnate”. The film stars Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Carla Gugino, Alexandra Daddario, Hugo Johnston-Burt, Art...

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