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Lisa Frankenstein: Demented Fun

I love monster films and I truly love Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. I saw the trailer and was incredibly excited to see what this twist on the original story would bring. After watching the film, I found Kathryn Newton wacky, Cole Sprouse charismatic and the entire film was demented fun take on the original tale.  “Lisa

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The Underdoggs: Snoop Dogg Inspires

When I saw the trailer for this film, I was certainly intrigued. The film stars Snoop Dogg and he is certainly a character. The film definitely looked like it was meant to be funny. Once I watched the movie, I found it fun, willing to laugh at itself, changed up some of the existing tropes

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“Role Play”: Humorous Situations

I was very curious about this film that stars Kaley Cuoco and David Oyelowo. While it’s a premise that’s been seen before, typically the unsuspecting spouse is the female. In this film, the spy is played by Kaley with David Oyelowo playing the trusting husband. While much of the film is what you expect, there

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“The Beekeeper”: Mesmerizing Action

I like action films. I also like Jason Statham. He had a tendency to give us films with explosive action that are thrill rides. “The Beekeeper” perfectly encapsulates Statham’s strengths, giving us a thrill packed film with mesmerizing action, an interesting plot premise and witty repartee along with a side helping of pointed commentary on

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Freud’s Last Session: Thoughtful Discussion

When I heard about “Freud’s Last Session”, I contemplated what it would delve into. Rather than a film that simply documented historical facts about Sigmund Freud, this movie weaves together a fictional meeting between Freud and C.S.Lewis into the historical truths of both men’s lives with the events of World World II. The movie expounds

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“Night Swim”: Taps into Primal Fears

From the first moment I saw trailers of “Night Swim”, I was intrigued. The concept that the horror revolves around a swimming pool was interesting, especially since for a lot of people, like myself, a swimming pool equates with summer fun, not fear. But in this film, it taps into primal fears of drowning, portals,

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“Migration”: Adventurous Journey

I always get excited about animated films. Something about the kid in me always comes out. I’ve loved animated films and shows since I was young. I watched the previews of Migration and was excited. It looked funny with a talented cast of voice actors. After I watched it, I found it a fun and

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Lisa Frankenstein Trailer

Thanks to our friends at Frost Communications and Focus Features we have the first trailer for Lisa Frankenstein. Check out the teaser trailer below. Watch The Teaser Trailer HERE  a coming of rage story Only In Theaters This Valentine’s Day Focus Features will release LISA FRANKENSTEIN In Theaters Nationwide on February 9, 2024 Director: Zelda Williams Writer:

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