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  • Avengers: Infinity War

    Avengers: Infinity War


    Marvel/Disney have truly created something special here. 10 years ago it took a gamble on a character called Iron Man ,directed by the guy that starred in 'Swingers" and featured Robert Downey, Jr. Now we have the biggest superhero film of all time in "Avengers: Infinity War" and I have to say with all the juggling they have to do in this one, and as someone who has professed superhero film burnout, this one jumpstarts my heart a big…

  • You Were Never Really Here

    You Were Never Really Here


    At it's core, "You Were Never Really Here" is a simple story. Joaquin Phoenix is a guy that tracks down missing girls, but on his latest mission he gets involved in a conspiracy with two Senators and the latest girl he was tasked of tracking down.

    There are some very scenes that I liked a lot and Phoenix is great, as always, and it's great to have him back on the big screen. His role of Joe is a sad…

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  • Boyhood



    There isn't much to say about "Boyhood" that hasn't already been said. It's a gamble that turned into something transcendent, something pure, something honest, something universal. While I understand an audiences' apprehension about the "coming-of-age" genre, "Boyhood" is something else that goes that genre and creates an honest film about growing up. While film's portray growing up as something sensational and how just one life event will determine your entire future and the type of person you WILL become, "Boyhood"…

  • Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

    Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri


    There is one scene in particular in "Three Billboards" that really takes you aback and helps you relate to the pain and anguish of Frances McDormand's Mildred Hayes. It's the final words that she shares with her daughter before she disappears.

    It's a moment that everyone has shared at one time or another. Something that we regret saying when we're in the heat of the moment. Luckily, most of us have the chance to apologize and move on, but there…