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  • The First Purge

    The First Purge

    ★½

    "The First Purge".

    A prequel film that is meant to be a beginning origin for the birth of the sadistic and inhumane sociopolitical experiment, yet the film fills itself with more of the same to this tiresome franchise. There's really not much to be said here except that the film becomes less of a horror esque picture and leans forward into more of action exploitation involving the deaths of many unnamed anonymous mercenaries. The whole point of The Purge is…

  • Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

    Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

    ★★

    If you think about it, the first half of this film is a poorly reconstructed imaging of the previous 1997 sequel Lost World: Jurassic Park. Though some would disagree, I find that particular film to be the best of all the sequels and though many will argue that original source material author Michael Crichton only wrote a follow-up because he was pressured into it by Steven Spielberg to capitalize more on the high riding monumental success of the original film,…

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  • First Reformed

    First Reformed

    ★★★★★

    I realize I'm not the "best writer ever" I have also accepted the fact that it does not really matter. The truth is everyday we die and every other day we are reborn and hopefully for the better through the grace of god and his love for us if that's something you believe in. I don't see God as some man in robes I see God as something that is in everything even amongst our own flaws. Especially our flaws..…

  • Avengers: Infinity War

    Avengers: Infinity War

    ★★★½

    Despite not being as emotionally involved with the seemingly overabundance and at times inconsistent as well as stressful experiences I have endured since 2008 with this mega franchise this most recent outing without a doubt is very good (for the most part). Although it may have some flaws with the misplacement of certain scenes as well as a few unbalanced narrative issues it is still a visually striking and engaging undertaking that has been built up to over the last…