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The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare: Flawlessly Executed

I love Guy Ritchie’s films. I had a friend who loved heist films and got me into his movies. Suffice to say, I’m always entertained when I watch one of Guy Ritchie’s films. So I expected The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare, especially with the cast involved, to be entertaining. But it goes far beyond that, […]

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“Shayda”: Beautiful Authenticity

I was intrigued when I read about this film. It seemed like it could be painful in some ways to watch but also offered insight. I also like seeing films where viewers get to experience events from another person’s perspective. After watching the film, I was captivated by the beautiful authenticity, the excellent performances and

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“Monkey Man”: Intense Action

I’ve liked Dev Patel from his early days as an actor so when I heard he was directing as well as starring in the film “Monkey Man”, I was excited, especially once I had the opportunity to see some of the previews. What makes the film especially interesting is that it didn’t completely follow my

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“Wicked Little Letters”: Wickedly Funny

When I heard about “Wicked Little Letters”, I knew it sounded like the kind of film I like, witty and fun. I also especially liked the diverse cast and know that Olivia Colman is very talented. What I didn’t expect was just how wickedly funny and insightful the movie would be with an amazing ensemble

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The Peasants: Powerful and Unique

When I heard about the film, The Peasants, and that it was based on a Nobel winning book, I was curious. I like unusual films and this one is truly different. Once I had the chance to watch it, I knew this was one of a kind. With the impressionistic style of animation and the

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“Frida”: Beautiful and Powerful

There are visionary artists that come about once in a generation. Frida Kahlo is one of those artists. Having a love of art, I was very interested in this documentary of the famous painter, wondering how the artist would be portrayed and how faithful the film would be. After watching the movie, I found the

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Arthur the King: Moving and Heartwarming

When it comes to movies about animals, I tend to fall in love with the story, mostly because I love animals. I’d seen enough previews of Arthur the King to know that I was looking forward to it. Even though it does have its predictable moments, the way the director builds the story, keeping the

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Kung Fu Panda 4: Full of Heart

When Kung Fu Panda originally came out, I loved the comedy, the humor of the films. Even though the films are marketed to families, I loved the animation and Jack Black’s comedic style in the movies. When I first heard about Kung Fu Panda 4, I wasn’t certain that the movie would be able to

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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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