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  • Holmes & Watson

    Holmes & Watson

    ★★

    Overall, Holmes and Watson, is a comedic take on a character who is usually rather serious. It reunites Will Ferrell and John C Riley for a third time. While the chemistry between the comics are strong, some portions feel formulaic. Holmes, at times, wonders the streets in its' drunkenness - unsure of it's time period. However the arcs of the film's leads are surprisingly heartfelt and inspiring.

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  • Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

    Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

    ★★★★

    Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, is a wonderful surprise filled with humor, heart and wonderful character moments. Not to mention, its drowned in a world of animation that adds to the film making it a visual spectacle. It is cursed by Marvel's formulaic villains and lackluster character development for them. Still, you'll laugh, you'll cry and you'll want to be your own version of Spider-Man.

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  • The Witch in the Window

    The Witch in the Window

    ★★★★

    Have you ever wondered what Paranormal Activity would be like if it had a more compelling nature to it? Well look no further than the independent film, The Witch in the Window. Journey to the countryside of Vermont as a father and son fix up a haunted house that is a bit more than they bargained for.

    Alex Draper and Charlie Tacker lead this compelling drama as a father and a son struggling for a reconnection. Draper and Tacker not…

  • Venom

    Venom

    ★★★

    Venom is a dark, entertaining and fun ride. Tom Hardy leads the charge with charisma and boldness. It's a well balanced film that paces itself wisely building mythology and its lead. However, it fails to probably develop its antagonist and has some character chemistry issues. Venom is proves that given the platform a villainous character could indeed be a leading man.

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