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Bohemian Rhapsody (2018) – This is not a review

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Here’s the thing: Bohemian Rhapsody was never going to be just a movie for me. How could it, when I waited for it for close to ten years? (I remember when they first announced… Continue reading

Ten Movies Everyone Should Watch At Least Once

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I am no expert film critic and I haven’t seen all the “greatest films in history” but what I am is a movie lover who grew up watching both the classics and modern-day… Continue reading

The Greatest Showman (2017) – All for the love of Hugh Jackman

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Hugh Jackman really is The Greatest Showman. We’ve all known he’s the classic triple threat, but somehow it’s his performance as P.T. Barnum that shows us what that really means. His voice is soaring… Continue reading

Superman: Doomsday (2007) – “For surely as night follows day, there comes a time when even gods must die.”

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Before even starting anything, I think I should say that I have never picked up a Superman comic in my life. And those who know me know that I’m not really a Superman… Continue reading

Edward Scissorhands (1990) – So delightfully weird

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I’ve been watching a bunch of movies I’ve never seen before so I thought it would be nice to re-watch an old favorite. I think I have seen this at least 6 or… Continue reading

Halloween Project Day 6- 1408 (2007) – “Even if you leave this room, you can never leave this room.”

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A writer who is used to staying in “haunted” places stays in the truly horrifying room 1408 at the Dolphin Hotel. At first he doesn’t believe in the evil of the room. But… Continue reading

Halloween Project Day 5: Session 9 (2001)- “Here we are with the keys to the loony bin, boys! “

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October 5. Thursday. Spooky spoilers! When an asbestos cleaning team start working in an abandoned hospital for mental health patients, they get more than they bargained for as the horrific past comes to… Continue reading

Halloween Project Day 4: The Taking Of Deborah Logan (2014)- I’ve learned to be nicer to my grandma, because she may be possessed and out to get me.

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  When an old woman, who’s been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, and her  daughter agree to let students film her for their thesis, they notice that there is more wrong with her. And as… Continue reading

Halloween Project Day 3: Martyrs (2008)- I wasn’t scared. I wasn’t interested. I was bored.

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October 3. Tuesday.   The movie is pretty easy to explain. Anna (Morjana Aloui) is kidnapped and tortured at a young age. She escapes and ends up in an orphanage where she befriends… Continue reading

Halloween Project Day 2: Last Shift (2014) – She’s being played with by ghosts!

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October 2. Monday. The story is about the unluckiest woman alive. A rookie cop, she spends her first shift with the ghosts of a mass-murdering family. They start off slow, little movements here, a door… Continue reading

Halloween Project Day 1: Hush (2016) – Not as scary as I thought!

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October 1. Sunday.  I decided that I would challenge myself this month and actually commit to something. October is one of my favorite months because it’s just so chill and happy. But I… Continue reading

A Time To Kill (1996) – It leaves you with a lingering feeling of wanting to change the world.

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It starts off with the violent rape of a ten year old black girl named Tonya (RaéVen Kelly) by two white men. Her father Carl Lee Hailey (Samuel L. Jackson) then murders the… Continue reading

Ocean’s 11 (1960) – “The odds are always with the house, with the house!”

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The best part about Ocean’s 11 is the ending. Which is not to say that the movie is bad, but there is a long, slow build-up before anything starts happening. That closing scene of Sinatra… Continue reading

Dude, Where’s My Car? (2000) – 4 out of 10, but in a good way.

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Spoilers. What would you expect from old school Ashton Kutcher and the creepy guy from American Pie? (Sandy: Crap.) The film is about two guys, Jesse and Chester (played by Kutcher and Sean… Continue reading

Cold Mountain (2003)- “All we can do is learn from the past and make peace with it.”

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Spoilers! The movie stars Nicole Kidman as Ada Monroe whose father, Reverend Monroe (portrayed by Donald Sutherland) moves them from their home to Cold Mountain for his health. That’s where she meets Inman (Jude… Continue reading

Hollow Man (2000) – The movie somehow made the idea of turning invisible seem boring and unappealing.

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I watched X-Men: First Class the other day and after seeing Kevin Bacon as the bad guy I suddenly remembered this movie. I remember being terrified of an invisible Kevin Bacon stalking me.… Continue reading

The Truman Show (1998) – His whole life is a lie!

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This was originally planned to be one of my more chill movies. After my Auntie Sandy pointed out that I had been watching a lot of heavy stuff lately, it was time for… Continue reading

American Psycho (2000)- “I like to dissect girls. Did you know I’m utterly insane?”

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Spoilers! The movie stars Christian Bale as Patrick/Pat Bateman, an intelligent, good looking Wall Street guy who is indistinguishable from his other buddies. He’s a wealthy guy but he harbors a very dangerous… Continue reading

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