Mile 22

I wouldn’t want to walk a mile in these peoples’ shoes. When situations call for it, the CIA deploys their best of the best task force to dispose of them. This force is led by one paramilitary operative James Silva (Mark Wahlberg), an individual with the jagged psyche that allows him to only focus on […]

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BlacKkKlansman

All power…to all people. Ron Stallworth (John David Washington) has wanted to be in law enforcement ever since being a youngster. In 1979, he answers the call of the Colorado Springs Police Department and becomes┬áthe new rookie donning the blues. He becomes a Jackie Robinson figure of sorts; the only black detective in the entire […]

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The Meg

If Jason Statham can drive a car on a freeway on top of a train while he was on fire, I think he can handle a 75-foot shark. On a mission some time ago, Naval Captain/sea diver Jonas Taylor (Jason Statham) stood in the face of underwater danger during a trying time against an unclear […]

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Blindspotting

What’s right in front of us isn’t always visible. Collin (Daveed Diggs) is a convicted, African-American felon. He’s served his stint in the local Oakland jail, and returns to civilization on a one-year probation period spent under the watch of a halfway house. His childhood friend, the Caucasian, loose cannon┬áMiles (Rafael Casal), continuously makes things […]

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Mission: Impossible-Fallout

Cut off one head, and two more take its place. Maybe not two, but one considerably stronger than the first. IMF agent Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) thought he took out the head by taking down Solomon Lang (Sean Harris) and his Syndicate. In his absence, another organization has risen; known only as “Apostles.” This group […]

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Unfriended: Dark Web

Always, always use dial-up. Mathias (Colin Woodell) works at the local internet cafe, mainly because his computer is a slow piece of plastic on which he cannot get any work done on. One day, he comes across a posting on Craigslist for a dirt cheap and high-speed laptop and pounces on it. This is great, […]

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Ant Man and the Wasp

Oh, mylANTa. The Civil War in Germany changed a lot of things for a lot of superheroes. For Scott Lang, AKA Ant-Man (Paul Rudd), his efforts in helping Captain America earned him a two-year stint of house arrest. He bides his time playing drums and being a great father to Cassie (Abby Ryder Fortson). His […]

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Skyscraper (2018)

This scenario is precisely why a person should work relentlessly on their upper body. Ten years ago, FBI agent Will Sawyer (Dwayne Johnson) lost his leg on a screwy hostage rescue attempt. As life can often work, Sawyer lost something significant, yet gained something magnificent in the process; meeting his wife, combat medic Sarah (Neve […]

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The First Purge

Is this is beginning, or is this the end? For The New Founding Fathers of America, it’s the former. The NFFA has risen to power, overtaking the Republican and Democratic party to put a new leader in the White House. In 2014, America is at a crossroads, one that sees sky-high unemployment levels and extreme […]

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Sicario: Day of the Soldado

Even my theater doesn’t know what to call this movie. The game hasn’t changed, but it has expanded. Mexican drug cartels are no longer solely running drugs into the United States. Now, they smuggle terrorists into the Americas. After a horrific Kansas City incident goes down, the U.S is willing to do whatever is needed […]

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