Movie Reviews

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Movie Review: Me and Earl and the Dying Girl

Me and Earl and the Dying Girl started off the year with major indie buzz. It’s been one of the top films of the festival circuit winning both the Audience Award and The Grand Jury […]

06/24/2015

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Movie Review: Dope

Geeks rule the world and in the most unlikely places like ‘The Bottoms’ (AKA Inglewood, CA) in the new coming of age street adventure Dope. Malcolm is a 90’s Hip Hop nerd and star student along […]

06/17/2015

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Movie Review: Inside Out

After a two-year hiatus, Pixar is back with their deepest film masquerading as a colorful kids film marketing campaign. Inside Out seems very simple like many of Pixar’s past works(Toys, Bugs & Cars). A little girl […]

06/16/2015

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Movie Review: Jurassic World

The creators behind Jurassic World have come to a realization. They will never recreate the magic from the first Jurassic Park. Back in 1993 audiences were blown away by the new age CG effects that made […]

06/10/2015

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Movie Review: Entourage

Even the biggest Entourage fan will tell you that the HBO show’s last two seasons were creatively out of gas. Drugs, porn stars and love connections marred the final seasons leaving fans of the show […]

06/01/2015

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Movie Review: Aloha

If you look at the cast of Aloha on paper, the lack of buzz leading up to Cameron Crowe’s new film is surprising. Bill Murray, Alec Baldwin, Danny McBride, Rachael McAdams and two of the hottest […]

05/28/2015

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Movie Review: San Andreas

San Andreas is your typical paint by numbers absurd disaster film where everything in order to survive is conveniently put in front our players in ridiculous fashion. You have your generic apocalypse players. A recently […]

05/28/2015

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Movie Review: Tomorrowland

The least interesting part of Tomorrowland ends up being the focus of most of the film’s 130 minute running time. The film is long, slow and lacks that certain something we call heart.

05/22/2015

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Movie Review: Pitch Perfect 2

The first Pitch Perfect was a pleasant surprise at the box office for Universal and grew even more in popularity with the soundtrack and home video (or whatever you call it these days). It only […]

05/14/2015

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Movie Review | Mad Max: Fury Road

Many consider The Road Warrior (myself included) to be the ultimate post apocalyptic movie. Even though it’s a sequel to Mad Max, director George Miller gave us a view of a wasteland where society has […]

05/13/2015