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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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They Shot the Piano Player: Unique Style

I was curious about this film when I heard about it, mostly because it features Jeff Goldblum as a journalist. After watching the animated celebration of the Latin musical movement the Bossa Nova, I was stunned by the unique style of the docudrama as it uncovers the truth behind the mysterious disappearance of young Brazilian

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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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