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Friday, November 22, 2019 | by: Mat DeKinder

“The Irishman” is the rare movie that delivers on sky-high expectations. If you say Martin Scorsese is directing an epic mob movie starring Robert De Niro, Al Pacino and Joe Pesci, you know you’re in for one of the best movies of the year. Of course, you might also say, &ldquo... [More]

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Friday, November 22, 2019 | by: Mat DeKinder

Sometimes formulas work. Put a couple of bankable stars in a movie with some thrilling action sequences and a real-life underdog story and you’ll be hard pressed to not have a good movie on your hands. Such is the case with “Ford v Ferrari,” the true story of a renegade car de... [More]

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Friday, November 22, 2019 | by: Mat DeKinder

So, you want to make a sequel to one of the most iconic movies of all-time, 40 years after the fact, and you want it to feel fresh and original while still paying tribute to the original film? Best of luck. But that is exactly what writer/director Mike Flanagan was able to do with “D... [More]

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Friday, November 22, 2019 | by: Mat DeKinder

Hollywood has made more than its share of movies about World War II, with varying degrees of success. The very best honor the valor and sacrifice of the soldiers while acknowledging the horrors of war. One limitation has been the technical shortcomings of truly depicting the scale, scope and de... [More]

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Friday, November 22, 2019 | by: Mat DeKinder

In this era of sequels and reboots and sequels to reboots and sequels that pretend none of the reboots even happened, of course we wind up with “Terminator: Dark Fate.” For those of you keeping score at home, this is technically the sixth movie in the Terminator franchise, but as a ... [More]

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Friday, November 22, 2019 | by: Mat DeKinder

Typically, musicals shy away from hard-hitting issues, mostly because the last thing people dealing with heart-wrenching, real-life problems do is break into song. This is not to say it can’t be done, it’s just the degree of difficulty is ridiculously high. That’s what makes &... [More]

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Friday, November 22, 2019 | by: Mat DeKinder

“The Addams Family” has become a cultural touchstone as the tight-knit clan with a good-naturedly morbid sensibility has been portrayed over the past 70 years in everything from television to movies to even the Broadway stage. But it all began in 1938, with nothing more than pen, in... [More]

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Friday, November 22, 2019 | by: Mat DeKinder

“Gemini Man” feels a little like a movie lost in time. With a plotline from the 1970s, action sensibilities of the 1990s and special effects from the 20-teens, it’s a little hard to get your bearings. The result is about what you would expect, a mixed bag that just barely make... [More]

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Friday, November 22, 2019 | by: Mat DeKinder

Musicals just might be the best art form to celebrate joy. They don’t have to be profound or epic, but they can make you smile from ear to ear with nothing more than some catchy tunes, energetic dancing a whole lot of charm. “Hello, Dolly!” is certainly one of those musicals t... [More]