Traffik: Movie Man Jackson

Certainly not the Steven Soderbergh version. In a news world where quick-bite headlines and speedy output is what matters in the business, journalist Brea (Paula Patton) doesn’t fit in. She’s more interested in being thorough and getting to the heart of a story, which doesn’t jibe with her boss (William Fichtner). Her job is likely […]

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Rampage: Movie Man Jackson

Playing with genes and molecules always ends up well. Out in space, some top-secret gas matter is released and careens towards the world in the form of meteoroids. Knowing the power this holds, an unethical company led by siblings Claire and Brett Wyden (Malin Akerman) will stop at nothing to get it back for selfish […]

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A Quiet Place: Movie Man Jackson

Joke #97591 about Dwight taking his prank on Jim way too seriously. In the very near future, the world has fallen to some mysterious cataclysmic event. In its wake, it has left many dead bodies and frightening, nameless, and sightless creatures who stalk prey through sound. The Abbott family—father Lee (John Krasinski), pregnant mother Evelyn […]

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Chappaquiddick: Movie Man Jackson

  Tell the truth…or at least your version of it. After the assassinations of his brothers John and Robert, Massachusetts senator Ted Kennedy (Jason Clarke) is the most prominent living member of the prestigious Kennedy family. It is 1969, and Ted is coming up on the end of his six-year senate term and turning attention […]

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What to Watch: Super Fly (1972)

With the recent trailer drop of the new Superfly movie, now is as good of a time as ever to view what has inspired it.¬†Time to step into the Cadillac Eldorado and revisit the original, 1972 offering of Super Fly. THE STORY:¬†Youngblood Priest (Ron O’Neal) lives large in the Rotten Apple that is New York […]

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Gringo: Movie Man Jackson

Do the right thing and play by the rules. This is the paraphrased mantra coming from his father that Harold Soyinka (David Oyelowo) has lived by. The Nigerian immigrant has set up shop in Chicago, married to Bonnie (Thandie Newton) and working for a pharmaceutical company called Promethium. It is run by his arrogant college […]

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