Suicide Squad Suffers Snyder Syndrome, Still Satisfies.
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Suicide Squad Suffers Snyder Syndrome, Still Satisfies.

Suicide Squad has been getting completely panned by most reviewers while breaking box office opening week records.  Is there something about the film that can…

“Ghostbusters,” “Jason Bourne,” & “Star Trek Beyond” (2016): Out with the Old, In with the Nu (Review)
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“Ghostbusters,” “Jason Bourne,” & “Star Trek Beyond” (2016): Out with the Old, In with the Nu (Review)

I have a new rule. From now on, whenever a franchise is remade or rebooted with either an identical title or same basic premise, I…

“Spectre” (2015): Where Porn Turns to Punishment (Review)
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“Spectre” (2015): Where Porn Turns to Punishment (Review)

This review spoils everything you already know. Here’s the other spoiler: Spectre is terrible. It may take some a re-watch to truly comb the depths…

Exploring the Bathhouse: Spirited Away (Review)
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Exploring the Bathhouse: Spirited Away (Review)

Growing up, I was the kind of kid that never really found his place. I wasn’t necessarily an outcast or anything, but I was aimlessly…

“Song of the Sea” (2014): All Sealed Up (Review)
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“Song of the Sea” (2014): All Sealed Up (Review)

With all of the complaints and backlash against the Oscars not nominating The Lego Movie in this category. I wanted to take a look at…

“The Theory of Everything” (2014): Biopic By The Numbers… (Review)
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“The Theory of Everything” (2014): Biopic By The Numbers… (Review)

It’s as compassionate and life-affirming a tale we as a species can refer to. The story of Stephen Hawking is one of incomparable perseverance and…

“The Tribe” (2014): Hear No Evil, See Much Evil (Review)
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“The Tribe” (2014): Hear No Evil, See Much Evil (Review)

The Ukrainian film The Tribe by director Miroslav Slaboshpitsky may be the first of its kind: a film whose dialogue consists entirely of sign language. It has no…

“This is Where I Leave You” (2014): Brotherly Love and Cheating Whores (Review)
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“This is Where I Leave You” (2014): Brotherly Love and Cheating Whores (Review)

A dysfunctional family in a movie is nothing new. Every holiday sees a slew of films featuring families that come together for Christmas or Thanksgiving,…

“Tideland” (2005): A Fable for Your Inner Child (Review)
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“Tideland” (2005): A Fable for Your Inner Child (Review)

From what we have been told by the media and by most of society at large is that children are victims, who must be kept…

“Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” (2014): Ordinary Generic Blockbuster Movie (Review)
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“Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” (2014): Ordinary Generic Blockbuster Movie (Review)

What with seemingly almost every known cinematic property known to man being rebooted, remade, rebirthed, regurgitated and repossessed these days it was bound to happen…