Category: Reviews

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“Judy”: The sad reality of being a star

SHARE Judy Garland was undoubtedly a great actress, one that will be remembered for many years to come. Smart and friendly as Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz, she had conquered the hearts and the imagination of audiences since she was a child. But her professional image is just a part of the story. Deep… Continue reading

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Animal Crossing – New Horizons – review

SHARE Animal Crossing – New Horizons… old formula? Animal Crossing. Of all the sweet innocent family friendly video games out there – this one has to be one of the best. Nintendo has released their new rendition of this game for the Switch console and what can we say? This game is GREAT! Nintendo has… Continue reading

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Onward – a step backward?

SHARE Onward – a step backwards? Disney Pixar has been riding a rocky road lately. Other than the cash cow that is Frozen 2, there haven’t really been any memorable films lately that have grabbed our attention since Toy Story 4 last year. So when I first saw the trailer for Onward I had high… Continue reading

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Sonic The Hedgehog movie review

SHARE The much-anticipated film Sonic the Hedgehog has launched this week and has stormed into theatres at the speed of sound to overwhelmingly positive feedback. After the trainwreck trailer that dropped last April, fans took to social media to voice their anger and horror at the CGI sonic and with good reason to. Just to… Continue reading

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It’s no laughing matter — a “Joker” review

SHARE The underwhelming financial results of “Justice League” led to some reorganisation of the Warner Bros. DC Comics on film section. The first thing that changed was the whole film universe idea: „Our intention, certainly, moving forward is using the continuity to help make sure nothing is diverging in a way that doesn’t make sense,… Continue reading

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Seing double: “Us” review

SHARE When she was young, Addy lived through a traumatic event, which left her scarred for a long time. Now, Adelaide Wilson is a happy wife and mother of two children. However, while on a holiday trip with her family, she encounters her past demons once again: a family that looks exactly like hers shows… Continue reading

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2018’s Best Actors are Animals

SHARE Hello. This is me, Blanche DuBois Sharp, a.k.a. me, Blanche. As it were, I am a movie star due to my 2017 highbrow, awards-bait, film festival circuit film “Blanche’s Bichon Buzz.”  See also “Moonbound24.” It is on my IMDb profile page, and it is quite a good web series, even though I share billing… Continue reading

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Blade Runner 2049: An audio-visual masterpiece

SHARE I have a confession to make: I had kept the original “Blade Runner” on my “pile of shame” (i.e. classics I should have watched, but haven’t) for a long, long time. For years, I had known of its cult status and greatness, and yet I couldn’t get myself to sit down and watch it…. Continue reading