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  • Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation

    Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation

    ★★★

    Time to review another summer animated film! I'm not a super big fan of the first two films. The trailer for this film looked funny. I liked the idea of the film; moving away from the hotel to go on to a cruise ship where Count Dracula finds love. I mean it seemed like a fun trip, something that's ideal for a summer animation. While I cannot remember the contents of the previous two films very well I feel like…

  • Uncle Drew

    Uncle Drew

    ★★★½

    A film that was spawned from Pepsi Max commercials. Still a better idea than giving a show to the Geico cavemen. I liked the trailer for this film enough. I like Kyrie Irving as a player, so seeing him taking on acting as an old basketball legend was something I wanted to see. This film also sees two stars who recently blew up (Tiffany Haddish and Lil Rel Howery) in lead roles (well almost lead in Haddish’s case). The film…

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  • How to Talk to Girls at Parties

    How to Talk to Girls at Parties

    ★★★

    This film came out today in a very limited release but its something I was always going to see because I love Elle Fanning. I kind of forgot that this was a sci-fi inspired comedy. The film has a typically committed performance from Elle Fanning and a very interesting concept and clash between a quirky cult and British punks. Its certainly creative but does not always hit its highs despite having a lot going for it.

    The film follows three…

  • Adrift

    Adrift

    ★★★½

    I wanted to see Adrift because I do enjoy shipwreck or ocean disaster based films. They usually end up being grand visually and are a great reminder of how cruel nature can be. Adrift is based on a true story and looked like a mix of a romantic film and a survival film. It is pretty much that. I think the plot and timeline jumping does not always work but the film is anchored by a truly great performance by…