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Fifty Shades Freed Movie Review

Have you seen the newest Fifty Shades movie? We have. And we're not holding back when it comes to our "rave" review of this newest installation of E.L. James' extremely popular franchise. So read on to find out what we honestly thought about the famous erotic romance movie and its cast.

Love Simon Movie Review

Love Simon is finding love in a largely unforgiving world. There has never been a studio that made a romantic comedy for gay teens about gay teens that can reach out to a general audience. Making this a groundbreaking feat, even if it's played decidedly conservative. Love Simon Movie Review

Phantom Thread Movie Review

Phantom Thread is as detailed as its dresses If you were to label director Paul Thomas Anderson's 2007 undisputed epic masterpiece 'There Will Be Blood' as a profound American success story, with a protagonist who is quite literally fueled by ego and wealth, Anderson's anti-hero, here, is quite literally embroidered with the very same defect. Phantom Thread Movie Review

The Oscars What Really Should Have Won

How many times do we think, why did that film win at The Oscars. We put together a list of What we thought would Win, What we wanted to Win, What Won(and why) The great thing about films is everyone is entitled to their opinion. Some may view the 'Transformers' series as their 'Citizen Kane', others see 'Citizen Kane' as their 'Citizen Kane', and although we believe the former to be true, those who side with the ladder are allowed to believe what they want.

The Oscars Quick Recap Review

It was a dazzling and quasi-emotional night in the city of stars(Los Angeles) at the 90th Oscars. From stunning fashion read The Oscars Quick Recap Review

Comradery in the Abstract: Three Artists On Display Find Common Ground In Their Message.

Annihilation Movie Review will be either viewed at Brilliant or Pretentious

'Annihilation' (a film about cell mutation) is a mutant in and of itself, crossbreeding classic monster films 'The Thing' and 'Alien' with the visceral and intelligent '2001 A Space Odyssey ' and Tarkovsky's 'Solaris' and 'Stalker'. Annihilation Movie Review will be either viewed at Brilliant or Pretentious

A Fantastic Woman Movie Review

A Fantastic Woman is nothing short of fantastic Although the title to Sebastian Lelio's Spanish picture is palpably on the nose, the story and the way it's told is at once obscure and brilliant. It's at once fantastical and grounded in its realism. And it's at once one of the most moving tales of grief and the coping of loss I have seen in years, as well as it is a tale of hope and female empowerment.

Black Panther Movie Review

Black Panther is more than just a superhero movie. This Black Panther Movie Review is one you won't want to miss.

Sorting through the Finest Art Galleries of La Jolla, California

Winchester Review: Shoots Itself in the Foot

'Winchester' will remind you of superior films 'The Conjuring', 'The Exorcist', 'The Sixth Sense', and most notably 'The Haunting'. And it does so by blatantly rehashing these themes without the same control, pace, tension, formidable characters, and overarching craft. In doing so it drudges the message of the right to bear arms, but really audiences should have the right to a horror film that is not bare of originality.

Maze Runner Review: The Death Cure barely escapes the YA genres cliches

The young adult series per-say has given us perfectly fine vigor at the cinemas, as waves of lifeless yet ambitious dystopian futures are balanced between a group of 20 somethings and iniquitous governments. Maze Runner Review: The Death Cure barely escapes the YA genres cliches

The Importance of Being Earnest in San Diego

Movie Review: 'Hostiles' starring

'Hostiles' is a touching and bleak allegory of race told through the eyes of Indians and American's in the 1890's. Movie Review: 'Hostiles' starring Christian Bale, Rosamund Pike, and Wes Studi

The Post Movie Review is Anything But Fake News

As twitter posts speak volumes on the alienation of the freedom of speech and standing up for what you believe, 'The Post' reminds us why we have the press, opinions, and equality, and it may just have you exultant in yourself and America, the home of the free and the brave. The Post Movie Review is Anything But Fake News

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