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Guess Who

Guess Who reshapes the classic 1967 film Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner into a funnier, charming, and occasionally emotional movie showcasing magnetic stars and the timeless boyfriend/father dynamic. Ashton Kutcher plays a Wall Street wunderkind named Simon and Zoe Saldana … Continue reading

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Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery

NOTE: No spoilers here. “It’s a dangerous thing to mistake speaking without thought as speaking the truth.” Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery is the second installment in the hit whodunnit film series where Daniel Craig reprises his role as … Continue reading

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Enola Holmes 2

“Pull on every loose thread you find.” NOTE: No spoilers here. Get ready for more mystery, intrigue, and action in this follow-up feature film that adapts real life historical events based on the famous matchgirls’ strike and the life of … Continue reading

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Ticket to Paradise

“I’m in the most beautiful place I’ve been in my life and all I can think about is you.” Julie Roberts and George Clooney star as divorced couple Georgia and David Cotton in the new romantic comedy Ticket to Paradise. … Continue reading

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A League of Their Own

“There’s no crying in baseball!” Based on true life events, A League of Their Own is a home run baseball comedy about the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League starts as men ship off to serve in World War II in … Continue reading

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Luckiest Girl Alive

“Apparently, men’s pleasure is a global importance.” Note: No spoilers here. Currently available exclusively on the Netflix streaming service, Luckiest Girl Alive focuses on the progression of TifAni “Ani” Fanelli (Mila Kunis). Based on the novel of the same title … Continue reading

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Ring, The

“I think before you die, you see the ring…” Distributed by DreamWorks Pictures, this one hour and 55-minute film is a remake of Hideo Nakata’s 1998 Japanese horror film Ring (titled Ringu when released in North America), which based on … Continue reading

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RRR

“Your friendship is more valuable than this life, brother. I’ll die with pride.” NOTE: no spoilers here. S.S. Rajamouli directs the incredible RRR (Rise Roar Revolt), which is currently available on the Netflix streaming service (no home video release date … Continue reading

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Wind River

“You don’t catch wolves looking where they might be, you look where they’ve been.” Based on actual events and directed and written by Taylor Sheridan, the masterful Wind River weaves together tragic circumstances combine with disturbing crimes. Jeremy Renner, Elizabeth … Continue reading

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Prey

“It knows how to hunt. But I know how to survive.” NOTE: No spoilers here. Sequel. Origin story. It doesn’t matter. Prey is a great film that revives the Predator film franchise. This stand-alone film works well for diehard fans … Continue reading

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