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  • The Muppet Christmas Carol

    The Muppet Christmas Carol


    - What business has brought you here?
    - Your welfare.
    - A night's unbroken rest might aid my welfare.
    - Your salvation, then. Take heed. Come.
    - I beg you, Spirit. I am mortal and liable to fall.
    - A touch of my hand and you shall fly.

    It's not even funny how much theological impact this movie has in its script.

    Had to watch on the 25th anniversary of its release. It's a shame that 25 years later, Disney…

  • The Dark Tower

    The Dark Tower


    This was fun. So much fun.

    Elba and McConaughey. What a pair. It's a shame there probably won't be more of these films because I loved seeing both Roland and The Man in Black on-screen. So much electricity in a film that probably didn't deserve that kind of star power, but it was still a ton of fun and very exciting to watch, especially the final act.

    I loved the universe. I loved the costumes. I loved the plot. I…

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  • A Monster Calls

    A Monster Calls


    “Stories are wild creatures. When you let them loose, who knows what havoc they might wreak?”

    Well, A Monster Calls certainly wreaked havoc on my heart, that's for certain.

    Perfect casting. Wonderful illustrations. Dazzling CGI. A moving soundtrack. A story that I don't think I'll ever forget. This film has it all.

    We need more films like this. Movies like A Monster Calls provide healing in a way that is exclusive to this art form. That being said, it's still…

  • Midnight Special

    Midnight Special


    Destined to be one of 2016's lesser-known gems (but more than likely a future streaming sensation), "Midnight Special" is fully dedicated to bringing its engaging characters to life through a slow-burn storytelling process eerily similar to Steven Spielberg's classic masterpiece, "E.T." Set in the American midwest (can we please have more films which take place in the midwest?), the excessive flair usually seen with sci-fi films takes a backseat while more emphasis is placed on articulating the belief dichotomy revolving…