Luce

The light always shines. Where Luce (Kelvin Harrison, Jr.) stands as a high school senior is nothing short of a miracle. He was rescued at ten from a war-torn, child-soldier environment in Eritrea that no young person should be exposed to by Amy Edgar (Naomi Watts) and Peter Edgar (Tim Roth), who would become his […]

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47 Meters Down: Uncaged

The depths of hell are not fiery, but wet and 47 meters below the surface. In Mexico, high school sisters Mia (Sophie Nélisse) and Sasha (Corinne Foxx) co-exist with Mia’s ocean-dwelling archaeologist father (John Garrett) and Sasha’s less adventurous mother (Nia Long). Sasha’s popular, Mia’s not, and the two don’t click yet. Seeing an opportunity […]

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Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw

Still waiting on that #JusticeforHan…but we’re getting there (slowly). After thwarting Cipher’s plans, former DSS Agent Luke Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson) and mercenary Deckard Shaw (Jason Statham) return to their respective lives. Meanwhile, another threat rises in the form of a lethal, “Darwinism” virus that, if released, will exterminate the weak of the weak of humanity […]

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Brian Banks

Freedom doesn’t start in the football field; it starts in the mind. For the 27-year-old Brian Banks (Aldis Hodge), freedom is only half-true. On one hand, he should be happy that he has it. The young man went into prison tried as an adult at 16 for raping a female student in high school. Taking […]

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The Farewell (2019)

It’s never goodbye. Out in New York City, Billi (Awkwafina) has resided for quite some time with her mother Jian (Diana Lin) and father Haiyan (Tzi Ma). She loves China, but they left when she was very young for better financial opportunity in the states, as well as better future prospects for Billi. Never saying […]

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The Art of Self-Defense

Masculinity. It’s what’s for dinner. 35-year old Casey (Jesse Eisenberg) is the cookie-cutter, mild-mannered accountant working in Corporate America that gets no respect and is a walking place mat that many step over. He lives by himself, with only a dog keeping him company. When his dog needs food, Casey walks to the store to […]

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Crawl (2019)

Florida man, inspired by Ant-Man, tries to control alligators with grisly results. The state of Florida is known for a few things; citrus and cyclones are certainly in the top 5. Out in Gainesville, Florida, collegiate swimmer Haley Keller (Kaya Scodelario) has just finished a disappointing practice at the University of Florida. She’s concerned that […]

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Stuber

Only because “Stulyft” doesn’t roll off the tongue. LAPD Officer Vic (Dave Bautista) is one of the good cops in a sea of bad blue. He’s grizzled, gutsy, and simply knows how to get the job done. His successful law enforcement career has come at the expense of a sound personal life; he and budding […]

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Midsommar (2019)

Everything is fishy in Sweden. Graduate student Dani (Florence Pugh) finds herself reeling into an abyss after a devastating one-two combination of real-life happens. First, she discovers the aftermath that hits home rather deep. Second…well, the second hasn’t happened yet. Her four-year relationship with boyfriend, Christian (Jack Reynor) is on the ropes. She feels it […]

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Avengers: Endgame

Reader’s note (as if you care at this point): No explicit spoilers, though an aspect or two may be implied. But really, over two billion box office worldwide as of this writing indicates you’ve probably already seen.  It’s that time of the game, where the sacrifice play might have to be made; lay down on […]

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