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What an awesome movie. I could end the review here and have done this movie justice. Before today, I had never seen any of the movies in the Mission Impossible series but I finally understand why everyone loves these movies so much. Of course, the movie (and all the others in the series) stars Tom...
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Pixels gave me a little more than what I predicted. In my post from earlier this week, I said not to watch Pixels because I felt it would be mediocre. But that doesn’t mean that the movie was good. In this movie, Adam Sandler plays his typical role of being a grown adult who is...
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SPOILERS AHEAD (this movie is almost a decade old though..)   For some reason everytime I watch “The Devil Wears Prada” I get rather nostalgic. Not that I watch this movie a lot, actually I think this is probably the 2nd full time I’ve ever watched this movie. I mostly caught bits and pieces when...
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In America, tonight will be the first time that the general public will get to see Marvel’s newest installment in their cinematic universe, Ant-Man. The film is set to take place in San Francisco and takes place after the events of Avengers: Age of Ultron. I’ve been waiting for this movie ever since they announced...
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Don’t watch this if you LOVE movies that end pretty definitively… Synopsis: Two documentary filmmakers attempt to penetrate a cult who worships a woman who claims to be from the future.   So when I first saw previews for this a while back I thought, now that looks like a crazy movie. And I love...
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After nearly 2 years without a feature film, Pixar Animation Studios released Inside Out, a story about a girl named Riley and her emotions. That’s right, the movie is about her emotions. In this movie, every human beings every decision are controlled by personified emotions, with every human having pretty much the same set of...
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The Village was almost great Synopsis: The population of a small, isolated countryside village believe that their alliance with the mysterious creatures that inhabit the forest around them is coming to an end.   In the late 90s and early 2000s M. Night Shyamalan pushed out some great movies. The Sixth Sense, Unbreakable, Signs, and...
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For the first time in a while, I find myself not knowing how I feel about a movie. Having not heard a word about it, I recently watched The Book Thief. This adaptation of the novel by Markus Zusak told the story of a girl living in Nazi Germany during World War II. After going...
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Mild spoilers, but it doesn’t really matter Have you ever seen a Vince Vaughn comedy? Well then you’ve seen his character in this movie. And that makes this movie not very original and not that great. The 1 saving grace of this movie is that the characters played by Tom Wilkinson and Dave Franco are...
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What better is there to do when sitting on a plane for 6 hours with no internet access than bring out a movie? At over 20,000 feet in the sky, I got the chance to watch V for Vendetta for the first time. I had always heard people in person and over social media say...
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“Godzilla” is a movie that I have talked about a bunch with friends. Between the friends who love the movie simply because they love every movie that has ever had a building get destroyed by a giant animal, and the other group of friends that hate every movie that has ever come out, I have...
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  At this point it’s hard for me to imagine Will Ferrell was one of my favorite comedic actors within the past 10 years. Though, I’m not saying that he’s not still funny, because he very much can be one of the funnier actors in Hollywood…if he evolved his comedic routine anymore. Seeing the development...
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