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Tag Archive: Movie Reviews

Retro Review: ‘Breakin’ 2: Electric Boogaloo

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To fans of B-movies everywhere the late great Cannon Films is worthy of respect for their film contributions. Specializing in medium to low budget films, particularly in the 80’s, Cannon is responsible for… Continue reading

Retro Review: Sometimes Aunt Martha Does Dreadful Things

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If you and your friend were wanted fugitives hiding from the law how would you hide out? Obviously the answer would be that one of you cross-dresses and takes on the identity of… Continue reading

Indie Memphis 2018: ‘Shoot the Moon Right Between the Eyes’

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With this month being Noirvember, it is understandable that filmgoers will be looking for a heist film. But Shoot the Moon Right Between the Eyes, which held it’s premier at the Indie Memphis… Continue reading

Indie Memphis 2018: ‘Wrestle’

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The students at J.O Johnson High School in Huntsville, Alabama are used to having the deck stacked against them. Most of the student body has been raised in poverty and after years of… Continue reading

Indie Memphis 2018: ‘Mr. SOUL!’

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In the late 60’s through early 70’s the American had a wide spectrum of white people to watch on TV. That was until a visionary producer named Ellis Haizlip was given the opportunity… Continue reading

Movie Review: Solo: A Star Wars Story (2nd Opinion)

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After dropping $ 4 billion to purchase the entirety of the Star Wars franchise, I do not blame Disney at all for mining the saga for every element they can to put on… Continue reading

Movie Review: ‘A Quiet Place’

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Silence is a tool used by many filmmakers, usually to build anticipation. But when silence is the status quo in a movie, it immediately puts the audience in suspense and keeps them there.… Continue reading

Phobia Philms: No Country for Old Men

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In “Phobia Philms,” I plan on reviewing and recommending scary movies based on real phobias, of which there is no shortage of, specifically what makes them scary and how they represent our anxieties.… Continue reading

Movie Review – ‘Berlin Syndrome’

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Earlier this year at Sundance, filmmaker Cate Shortland was set to debut her indie thriller Berlin Syndrome to a waiting audience. What should have been a career highlight turned into a nightmare as… Continue reading

Movie Review: ‘Song to Song’

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Directed by: Terrance Malick Starring: Rooney Mara, Ryan Gosling, Michael Fassbender, and Natalie Portman Plot:  A couple and a waitress are dragged into rock and roll temptation by a music producer. Review: I like Terrance Malick’s… Continue reading