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Enter to Win FREE TICKETS to “The Suicide Squad” Advance Screening in Kansas City, MO

Calling all Kansas Citians! Do you want FREE tickets to see The Suicide Squad? Next week marks the release of one of the summer’s most anticipated movies: The Suicide Squad! We know that you have been waiting for this movie all year and we want to make the wait shorter! This is an exciting opportunity …

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Is the “Black Widow” film worth the wait?

After an eternity of delays, the release of “Black Widow” is finally imminent. In a well-deserved solo outing, Natasha Romanoff is on the run after violating the Sokovia Accords in “Captain America: Civil War.” While hiding, remnants of her past life as a spy resurface, causing Romanoff to confront old allies and enemies to finish …

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Disney Pixar’s “Luca” Creators Hope Film Will Positively Impact People

Director Enrico Casarosa and producer Andrea Warren shared the scoop in a fun Q&A to further discuss their upcoming Disney Pixar animated film “Luca.” I have the scoop on the latest “Luca” information, but make sure to check out our previous “Luca” coverage.  In this Q&A, Casarosa and Warren discussed Vespas, sea monsters, what parts …

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“Cruella” is Devilishly Fun – Movie Review

Since 2014’s Maleficent, Disney has been trying to reboot, remake, and reimagine any and all of their popular animated IP. Some of those attempts have been successful, while the rest have been somewhere between bad and okay. Cruella is one of the more successful entries and definitely the most unique. Before Cruella Directed by Craig …

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“Profile” is Full of Tension – Movie Review

You know, I write these movie reviews week in and week out and not once have I been hailed as brave. Profile shows the real dangers of journalism! Sure, writing movie reviews is maybe a little less dangerous than feigning interest in joining ISIS in order to write about their recruitment methods. But the way …

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“Those Who Wish Me Dead” Fails to Catch Fire – Movie Review

It is easy to forget that before she started alternating between Maleficent and Kung Fu Panda movies, Angelina Jolie was one of Hollywood’s biggest stars. Although it’s watchable, Those Wish Me Dead will do little to remind you of that time. When Connor, a young boy, witnesses a murder, he goes on the run from …

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“Spiral” is a Twisted Good Time – Movie Review

Eleven years after the release of Saw: The Final Chapter and four years after Jigsaw negated the former’s title, comes Spiral, the ninth installment in the Saw franchise. Spiral’s full title implies that it is “From the Book of Saw.” What that means is still unclear to me. What is clear to me is that …

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“Here Today,” Forgotten Tomorrow – Movie Review

You either die a hero or you live long enough to see yourself star in mediocre comedies. That quote, which I am paraphrasing, of course, has found itself once again coming true with Billy Crystal’s latest effort, Here Today. Emma Payge (Tiffany Haddish) wins an auction item that includes a lunch date with comedy writer, …

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The Scoop On Disney Pixar’s “Luca”

Director Enrico Casarosa and producer Andrea Warren met for a Q&A to discuss their upcoming Disney Pixar animated film “Luca” and I’ve got the scoop! In this coming of age story, teenagers Luca and Alberto step out of their comfort zone to have the best summer ever. However, they must hide that they are secretly sea …

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“Mortal Kombat” is Surprisingly Fun – Movie Review

Movies based on video games are notorious for being somewhere between bad to unwatchable. You’ll get a Detective Pikachu or a Sonic the Hedgehog from time to time. But most of the time, you get a Super Mario Bros, Doom, or Assassin’s Creed. 2021 brings a new Mortal Kombat movie. There have been attempts in …

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