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  • Love, Simon

    Love, Simon


    One of the taglines for Love, Simon is “Everyone Deserves a Love Story”. That line could not be more relevant now. Is the film only for the LGBTQ community? I know people will say “absolutely! This is for us!” Although I do believe the film is aimed at the community, it is very accessible to all audiences and I believe anyone can identify with the film’s main character, even if it is just in shades. Coming of age stories are…

  • Death Wish

    Death Wish


    Death Wish is a remake or reimagining of the 1974 film of the same name (which was also based on a novel written by Brian Garfield). Bruce Willis is back on the big screen for the first time in what seemed like a long stint in direct-to-video purgatory, and the results are average at best. Is this update worth taking a trip to the box office? Read on to find out.

    Dr. Paul Kersey (Willis slightly phoning it in) is…

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  • It



    The summer movie season has ended with a loud, crashing thud, but the fall movie season has kicked off with a loud...scream. Stephen King's long anticipated, big screen adaptation of his 1986 novel, IT, has finally arrived, and it does not disappoint.

    The 1990 ABC miniseries delivered thrills when it debuted, and much like that effort, the updated picture delivers the scares, and does not shy away from the blood/gore department. Take your biggest fear and multiply it by 10...especially…

  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows

    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows


    Cowabunga!...Not how I normally start my thoughts on a film I just watched but it’s sort of hard not to be enthused about the latest Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles outing. Of course, everyone is a critic and I’m sure “Out of the Shadows” will have its fair share of haters, but I’m not one of them. A slight improvement over the previous movie, the tone is a mixed bag but it’s easy to see the 80s cartoon was an influence…