Author: Sean K. Mitchell

Justice League Review

Justice League’s casting is superb.  The actor’s characterization of the superheroes makes it seem that they have known each other for years.  The playful banter among them seems natural and not forced; making their lines funny and not silly or arbitrary.   As a viewer, I could not help but to laugh and enjoy the ruckus and insane situations they find themselves trying to survive.

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Happy Death Day Review

Jessica Rothe’s (La La Land) performance is mediocre as the heroine. But, sadly,  it is the best performance in the movie.  To compensate, I found myself trying to figure out the identity of the killer.  Doing this makes this movie worth watching on a late night movie watching binge.  It takes you from your original theory of the killer only to second guess yourself time and again.  The best part of the movie is the one tooth smiling, black jogging suit wearing, wide blue eyed knife wielding giant baby as the murder.

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It Review

So, when I went to view the movie, It based on Stephen King’s 1986 best-selling novel, I admit that I was a bit apprehensive. I really did not know what to expect.  Would it be a failed attempt to meet the hype of the anticipation as so many horror movies have done in the past?  Or would it be a “thought provoking” adaptation of the novel that made readers scared to go to sleep at night?  The verdict — scary, maybe not, but definitely eerie and worth the 31 years of waiting.

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Annabelle: Creation Review

What makes a scary movie, scary?  Is it the music, that slowly builds as the scenes get more intense?  Is it the audience members screaming out uncontrollably, as some type of emotional or traumatic release, trying to convince the participants on the screen to do something (as if they can hear them) because the suspense is too much?  Maybe it is the disturbing noises that are heard but not seen.  Whatever it may be, Annabelle:  Creation masters all the above.  The prequel, although not flawless, intelligently tells the story of the demonic possessed doll, the most intriguing case file of the renowned demonologist Ed and Lorraine Warren.

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