Mission Impossible: Fallout (Big Screen Review)

By this point we all know exactly what we're in for when we sit down for the next Mission: Impossible installment: there will be a close-to-foolproof villainous plot for the Impossible Mission Force (IMF) team to try and stop, the IMF team will use deception and trickery to fool the villains (and the audience) during their mission …

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Ant-Man & The Wasp (Big Screen Review)

Just like the first Ant-Man movie came in the wake of the Avengers: Age of Ultron, the sequel Ant-Man and the Wasp once again has once again drawn the short stick in taking the first post-Avengers: Infinity War slot. And like its predecessor, Ant-Man and the Wasp succeeds primarily because it refuses to compete with the gargantuan Infinity War and instead, in more …

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Big Screen Double Feature: Ocean’s 8 & Deadpool 2

As I was about to step out the door to go catch my first double feature since child #2 came along, my wife scoffed at my film choices since she has heard me mock both of the titles repeatedly for various reasons. She asked, "Are you so desperate to get your solo-movie fix that you're going …

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Family Movie Round-Up 2018: Paddington 2, Early Man, A Wrinkle In Time, Mary and the Witch’s Flower

The title of this post explains itself right? Let's dive in: PADDINGTON 2 (dir. Paul King) "If you're kind and polite, the world will turn out right." This is the motto that Paddington Brown lives by (taught to him by his Aunt Lucy of course) and it is also the ethos that drives this entire …

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Disney Silver Age #8: The Jungle Book

And so we've come to this: After 18 theatrical animated features, a slew of live-action features, countless shorts, TV specials, and exactly one theme park later, we arrive at the last movie Walt Disney produced before he passed away in 1966 from lung cancer. The last work of famous artists is frequently a footnote to …

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