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Stranger Things S3 E6 – E Pluribus Enum (2019) Review

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E Pluribus Unum is the first episode of the season where I actually felt that the characters were in real danger and the episode and thus the season is all the better for it!
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IT: Chapter 2 (2019) Review

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A top shelf cast and excellent direction can't make up for clear deficiencies in the script. While it's strengths outweight it's weaknesses, it does so barely.
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The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance (2019) Review

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The Dark Crystal Manages to in many ways, surpass the original in overall design, acting, set design and story.
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The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance (2019) Review

Stranger Things S3 E4 – The Sauna Test (2019) Review

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Stranger Things season 3 pushes forward with a high-octane episode that manages to both raise the stakes and inject enough character beats to satisfy fans who keep coming back for the characters as much as any battle with monsters.
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Stranger Things S3 E5 – The Flayed (2019) Review

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Stranger Things: S3 E3 – The Case of the Missing Lifeguard (2019) Review

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Stranger Things: The Case of the Missing Lifeguard Review
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With a mixture of a well-constructed plot that pushes the narrative forward and character beats that resonate, The Case of the Missing Lifeguard stands as the best episode of season 3 so far.
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Stranger Things: S3 E3 – The Case of the Missing Lifeguard (2019) Review

Stranger Things: S3 E2 – The Mall Rats (2019) Review

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Episode 2 of Stranger Things 3 delves into the characters lives by mining the drama and tension between the characters, both good and bad. The plot begins to move slowly, but it's not the focus. That being said, there is a delicate balance between character-centric storytelling and the larger overall narrative of the season that we are beginning to see. It's a well-crafted episode.
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Stranger Things: S3 E2 – The Mall Rats (2019) Review

Stranger Things: S3 E1 – Suzie, Do You Copy? (2019) Review

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The premiere episode of Stranger Things third season catches us up to the lives of our favorite characters in the months since season two's finale. The episode does a nice job of giving plenty of great character moments, while teasing us with a new horror ready to inflict Hawkins.

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Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019) Review

Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019) Review

Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Vile and Evil (2019) Review

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Despite some pacing issues, Extremely Wicking, Shockingly Vile and Evil rides primarily on the charm and charisma of Zac Efron's delicious portrayal of Ted Bundy. A fantastic cast and a resistance to seeing the actual murders, while focusing on Ted's girlfriend Elzabeth and her point of view allow the movie to explore the effects Ted's crimes had on the living victims.
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Avengers: Endgame (2019) Review

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Avengers: Endgame Review
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Avengers: Endgame somehow manages to top Avengers: Infinity War by focusing on the original Avengers team, the emotional fallout to "the snap" and the toll that it has taken on all of them. An excellent script, stellar performances, wonderful direction and some powerful, emotionally resonant moments bring to a close one of the greatest cinematic accomplishments of the last 20+ years.
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American Gods Season 2, Episode 8: Moon Shadow (2019) Review

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American Gods Season 2, Episode 7: Treasure of the Sun (2019) Review

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American Gods Season 2, Episode 7: Treasure of the Sun (2019) Review

Avengers: Endgame (2019) Review

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Avengers: Endgame is a rousing, thrilling, chilling and emotional end to over ten years of storytelling across twenty-two films. While there are a few flaws and nitpicks here and there, this is a movie that is clearly made with passion and for fans that have been going along for the ride for so long. The best MCU movie ever? If it's not, it's right up there.
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The Avengers (2012) Review

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Captain America: Civil War (2016) Review

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Despite some logical holes in the villain's plan, Captain America: Civil War is able to confront some weighty issues head on that allows characters differences to become magnified in such a way that it causes chaos. Combine that with some top-notch acting and special effects and you get an above-average Marvel MCU movie that is better than the sum of it's parts.
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Captain America: Civil War (2016) Review

American Gods Season 2, Episode 6: Donar the Great (2019) Review

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American Gods Season 2, Episode 5: The Ways of the Dead (2019) Review

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American Gods Season 2, Episode 5: The Ways of the Dead (2019) Review

American Gods Season 2, Episode 4: The Greatest Story Every Told (2019) Review

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Iron Man 3 (2013) Review

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While Iron Man 3 doesn't touch the greatness of the first Iron Man movie, it far surpasses it's somewhat abysmal (by Marvel's standards) predecessor. A bigger focus on Tony Stark is welcome, but the movie is undone at times by curious character choices, some thin characters and a villain that was solid but could have been so much more.
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Iron Man 2 (2010) Review

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Iron Man 2 suffers from "too many cooks in the kitchen syndrome". A tighter narrative focus on Ivan Vanko and Tony's father's history together (and the differences and similarities between the sons) as well as cutting out a good chunk of the S.H.I.E.L.D. sub plot would have done wonders for this movie. In some ways, this movie is one where you wonder what could have been.
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American Gods Season 2, Episode 3: Muninn (2019) Review

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American Gods: Muninn Review
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After a better second episode, American Gods takes a step back in "Muninn". Odd character choices and dialogue along with some serious pacing issues don't do this episode any favors.
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Stranger Things 3 Trailer Discussion

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Iron Man (2008) Review

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Over ten years later, Iron Man still stands as one of the best Superhero movies of all-time. A well-constructed script, acting, and directing highlight how good this movie is and why it kickstarted the whole MCU we have today. It's template has been studied and used many times over the years. There is a reason for that.
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American Gods Season 2, Episode 2: The Beguiling Man (2019) Review

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American Gods: The Beguiling Man Review
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Episode 2 of American Gods second season is an improvement over the season premiere. The dialogue is better, though the dialogue is still clunky at times. The episode lacks narrative urgency and some moments fall flat. The relationship between Mad Sweeney is great and the train sequence is quite good.
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Captain Marvel (2019) Review

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Much like Avengers: Age of Ultron, Captain Marvel is stretched in too many different directions. It's tasked with being an origin story, a harbinger of things to come in the MCU.
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American Gods Season 2, Episode 1: The House on the Rock (2019) Review

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The premiere episode of season 2 is an odd combination of good and bad writing. The producers, show runner and director all seem to be working hard to evoke the look and feel of what Bryan Fuller and Michael Green managed to do in the first season, but it feels like it doesn't have a soul. It's not quite there. Hopefully the show finds it's footing and gets better as the season progresses.
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American Gods Season 2, Episode 1: The House on the Rock (2019) Review

Sex Education (2019) Review

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Sex Education manages to pay homage to John Hughes in the best ways possible. It examines present-day teen life in a way that is sympathetic and honest, sometimes brutally honest, in a way that most teen-oriented shows do not. It is both funny and incisive, with realistic dialogue and fantastic performances. This is the kind of show that people in their twenties and beyond wish we had in our teens.
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Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014) Review

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Captain America: The Winter Soldier is more than a fantastic comic book movie. With strong themes and solid character work, to go along with tight direction by the Russo brothers, it manages to stand up among the best of it's genre.
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Polar (2019) Review

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Polar is a hot mess. It is a mixed bag of good and bad acting, solid writing and over-the-top caricatures. The action is solid, but some may leave feeling a bit sick to their stomach. This is not a movie for children.
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Glass (2019) Review

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Glass has glimmers of greatness at times, but is undone by some of M. Night Shyamalan's worst tendencies as a script writer (over-expository dialogue) as well as plot holes you could drive a truck through. Despite these missteps, it's still an engaging movie at times with beautiful direction and cinematography and aided by another stellar performance by James MacAvoy.
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Unbreakable (2000) Review


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Unbreakable stands possibly as M. Night Shyamalan's finest achievement as a director. The movie is a low-key character study that just happens to also be a comicbook movie as well. The script is tight and effective. Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson both give one the best performances of their respective careers. This unappreciated movie is now more relevant nearly 20 years after it's release.
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Aquaman (2018) Review

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Aquaman is a better, more polished movie than some previous DC entries over the last few years. However, it ultimately tells a by-the-numbers story with little time for character development outside of Aquaman himself. It's a step in the right direction, but with more time to play with themes and ideas within the script, this could have been a true gem for DC and Warner Bros.
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The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) Review

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The Nightmare Before Christmas deserves to stand among the best Christmas and Halloween movies of all-time. It's an odd, quirky movie that manages to provide warmth, melancholy and so much more. It has fantastic stop-motion animation, great voice work and a story that feels far different from what you usually see. It's a classic.
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Season 2 Premiere Date Revealed!

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The Outlaw King (2018) Review

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The Outlaw King may have it's faults, but it manages to rise above those faults by leaning on excellent acting, production design and directing. Chris Pine really shines here, as does Florence Pugh.

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Bohemian Rhapsody (2018) Review

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The Outlaw King may have it's faults, but it manages to rise above those faults by leaning on excellent acting, production design and directing. Chris Pine really shines here, as does Florence Pugh.

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Poltergeist (1982) Review

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Poltergeist deserves it's place among the best horror films of all-time. While it may not be nearly as frightening to audiences today, it is still unsettling and creepy, with some legitimately scary moments.

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Tucker & Dale Vs. Evil (2010) Review

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Tucker & Dale Vs. Evil firmly plants itself among the best horror/comedy classics with a sharp script that not only manages to both upend long-running horror cliches, but actually say something about how we judge others based on stereotypes.

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Halloween (2018) Review

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Halloween is a mixed bag of candy. While the setup is interesting, the execution doesn't quite work as well as it could have. Interesting family dynamics are barely addressed before the obligatory deaths and plot contrivances bring Michael and Laurie together again. The performances mostly shine and you can tell that there is some real energy in the movie, but it often feels like too much attention is being paid scenes and sequences meant to homage the original as opposed to standing on it's own. And the title should have been changed. How about Halloween II since it's supposed to be the direct sequel of the original?

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Venom (2018) Non-Spoiler Review

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Venom (2018) Review

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While Tom Hardy's performance stands out, little else does in this adaptation of one Marvel's most popular anti-heroes. Where Venom really fails is in the plot and villain areas. It feels like a complete retooling of the script was necessary.

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Wonder Woman (2017) Review

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Wonder Woman is easily the best DCEU movie at the moment. A witty, humorous script backed by excellent performances, especially by lead Gal Gadot, elevate the material. However, the third act nearly undoes much of what had come before by forcing a silly, generic "boss battle" at the end. As good as Wonder Woman is, it's failure to stick the landing in terms of the story and the ideas and themes it laid out earlier in the movie is what is most frustrating. While it certainly stands among the best comic book adaptations, the fact is that it should be up there with The Dark Knight and Logan, but it falls just short.

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Marie Antoinette (2006) Review

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While fans of historical accuracy will be disappointed at the end product, from an emotional and character standpoint, the movie manages to humanize someone who has essentially become a caricature over time. Deft direction, beautiful cinematography, and a wonderful lead performance by Kirsten Dunst highlight one of the more misunderstood movies since 2000.

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The Predator (2018) Review

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A messy script with little coherence, mostly poor CGI and even worse editing can't be saved by decent performances from the main cast in the latest Predator film. That it was written and directed by someone as esteemed as Shane Black is surprising. Rumors of studio interference seem warranted, yet at the end of the day, The Predator still stands as a mess.

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Friday Night Lights (2004) Review

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Despite some flaws in the script and some pacing issues, Friday Night Lights stands as one of the better sports movies in the last 25-30 years. With it's unflinching look at the pressure on young athletes and how it can make or break you. The performances are pretty great across the board with Tim McGraw really standing out.

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Friday Night Lights (2004) Review

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Despite some flaws in the script and some pacing issues, Friday Night Lights stands as one of the better sports movies in the last 25-30 years. With it's unflinching look at the pressure on young athletes and how it can make or break you. The performances are pretty great across the board with Tim McGraw really standing out.

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Dazed And Confused (1993) Review

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Dazed and Confused wasn't a major hit when it debuted in theaters 25 years ago, but it has since gained a cult following and a reputation as one of the best movies of it's era. Richard Linklater recreates Austin, Texas circa 1976 with great detail. The actors give it their all and the music is second to none, with a soundtrack that is truly outstanding.

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Garden State (2004) Review

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Garden State Review

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Garden State is a movie that appeals differently to people of different ages. If you are younger, this movie will connect to you in a way it may not at an older age. While the acting and directing are solid, the screenplay could use some work. That being said, it's still a good movie that has something to say about what it's like to be a slightly aimless twenty-something.

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2018 Comic-Con Discussion

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2018 Comic-Con Discussion

Twister (1996) Review

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Twister while it has it's flaws, still manages to be a fun ride. It's the kind of movie where you can enjoy the spectacle without thinking too much about plot mechanics. It's one of the more memorable movies of the 90's, due in no small part to the groundbreaking special effects.

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Gattaca (1997) Review

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Gattaca Review

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White Gattaca has some flaws, it manages to take a powerful concept and create a compelling story. What really stands out are the themes, production design, cinematography and feel of the movie. Altogether, Gattaca is one of the best Sci-fi movies of the last 25 years and it's subject matter seems more timely as the years go by.

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2018 Wimbledon Review

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We are officially through the first week of tennis’s most hallowed tournament and it has been a bloodbath!  On the women’s side especially we have witnessed all but one top-10 seed fall.  With so much upheaval, the second week is bound to be just as crazy in many ways.  Listen in as Eric and Mike break down some of the highlights of the first week and look forward to Manic Monday and what lay after.

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Set 1: Wimbledon Recap & Review

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Ant-Man And Wasp (2018) Review

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Ant-Man And Wasp is a light but fun-filled movie that is accessible to kids of all ages (parents included) and is lifted by some excellent special effects and good performances across the board. It may feel to light compared to Avengers: Infinity War and Black Panther, but it ultimately has more positives than negatives.

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Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (2018) Review

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Jurassic World: Fallen Kindom Review

76 / 100
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Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom while well crafted and shot, fails spectacularly from a script standpoint. It is essentially two movies mashed together in a very clumsy way. Missing from the movie is any sense of magic and wonder. It lacks follow through on themes or ideas and relies on cartoonish characters and motivations.

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