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  • Captain Marvel

    Captain Marvel

    ★★★★

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    Film #5 of the December 2019 Films of 2019 Challenge
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    It may pale in comparison to how great the MCU's recent films have been, but that's not necessary a bad thing. This movie serves to introduce a new era of the franchise with its female superhero that will carry on the legacy past the Infinity Saga, while also filling in some key mysteries that will push the MCU into Avengers: Endgame. And thanks to the top-billed Brie…

  • The Report

    The Report

    ★★★½

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    Film #4 of the December 2019 Films of 2019 Challenge
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    The plot of this movie feels much like how you'll watch it. It'll drag on for too long, and you'll feel bored with everything that's going on. But by the time you'll get to the end, you'll find the reward of a compelling lesson.

    Score: 68/100

    Recommendation: For Amazon Prime users

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  • North

    North

    ½

    OF ALL THE NERVE! YOU DIRECTED THE PRINCESS BRIDE AND THIS IS SPINAL TAP. YOU HIRED JASON ALEXANDER AND JULIA-LOUIS DREYFUS, WHO WERE BOTH AT THE HEIGHT OF THEIR FAME AT THE TIME IN "SEINFELD". YOU HAD BRUCE WILLIS! YOU HAD DAN AYKROYD! YOU HAD ALAN ARKIN! YOU HAD ELIJAH WOOD PRE-FRODO! YOU HAD KATHY BATES! YOU HAD REBA MCINTYRE! YOU HAD JOHN RITTER! YOU HAD SCARLETT JOHANSSON IN HER FIRST ROLE EVER! AND YOU BROUGHT THEM ALL TOGETHER FOR THIS? NOT TO TAKE AWAY ALL THE PRAISE FROM EARLIER, BUT WHAT EVEN TRANSPIRED IN THIS FILM WAS RIDICULOUS.

    At least you didn't do the script.

  • Pinocchio

    Pinocchio

    ½

    Where do I begin?

    Pinocchio is one of the most iconic fairy tale characters of all time. He debuted in the 1883 children's novel, The Adventures of Pinocchio, written by Italian writer Carlo Collodi. He was a young, wooden puppet made by Geppetto, a woodcarver from Italy who wanted to make the son he never had. Upon creation, Pinocchio came to life and was able to walk and talk like a real boy. Because of that, he made it his…