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“Night Sky” Review: An Eerie Take on Space and Teleportation

Take a journey into the unknown in Night Sky! The eight-episode series focuses on family and relationships but also reminds the viewers that something shocking is happening behind the scenes. If you could teleport, where would you go? Watch J.K. Simmons, Sissy Spacek, and Chai Hansen in this fantasy drama on Prime Video! Here’s the …

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Moon Knight Episode 6 Review: An Epic Showdown

Following the separation of Marc and Steven in the afterlife, Harrow awakens the Egyptian alligator and becomes her avatar. Their pact ensures that the world will become pure after consuming unworthy souls. Through intense fighting scenes on the streets of Cairo, a new superhero makes her appearance. Here’s the scoop on episode 6 of Moon …

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Disney’s “Polar Bear” is a Stunning Narration of a Polar Bear’s Life-Movie Review

Polar Bear follows a mother and her two cubs as she learns to navigate the everchanging world that polar bears face today. The two-time academy award nominee Catherine Keener provides a beautiful storytelling technique to describe each phase that the animal goes through to survive. Here’s the scoop on Disney’s Polar Bear! Summary Distributed by …

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Moon Knight Episode 5 Review: An Emotional and Traumatic Mind Game

Moon Knight dives deeper into the psychological realm than any other Marvel story and notably provides the darkest moment in MCU history. Through the previous episodes, there is an emphasis on Steven’s perspective while Marc fades into the background. However, the fifth episode turns the page to the next chapter in discovering more about Marc …

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EPIX “From” Review: A Small-Town Horror with A Grotesque Surprise

The mysterious series by John Griffin narrows in on horror as monsters threaten to tear apart the flesh of the people in the town. From not only includes the monsters that strangely look like people, but also sprinkles in talismans and magical trees. The show’s suspense is inspired by a few of Stephen King’s works …

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“Better Nate Than Ever” is a Touching, Youthful Masterpiece- Movie Review

Better Nate Than Ever is a coming-of-age Disney film based on the book with the same name by Tim Federle. With the massive popularity of the book, it’s no surprise Disney has taken on the movie production. Nate Foster is a kid who strives to become a star on Broadway even if he doesn’t stand …

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Take a Trip to “The Lost City” – Movie Review

It is an unfortunate truth: Hollywood has all but killed the romantic comedy in recent years. Even before Covid began ravaging our world and life as we know it was changed forever, Hollywood stopped producing the same movies that made so much money just a decade before. After Marry Me came out last month, The …

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“Cheaper by the Dozen” Remake is a Comedic Dream -Movie Review

Cheaper by the Dozen offers a fresh perspective based on the films from 2003 and 1950 with the same name. The modern-day breakfast lovers, Paul and Zoey Baker are on a mission to create a successful business revolving around a sweet and savory sauce. However, they quickly realize that handling their family of 12 while …

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“Deep Water” is a Psychologically Addicting Slow Burn -Movie Review

A husband and wife in the small town of Little Wesley find themselves in quite the unusual marriage arrangement. Vic and Melinda try to keep their marriage intact to avoid the lengthy process that comes with divorce. Vic agrees to let Melinda see other men with the understanding that she doesn’t abandon her family. However, …

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“Marry Me” is a Rom-Com Throwback – Movie Review

When I first saw the trailer for Marry Me, the newest romantic comedy, starring Jennifer Lopez and Owen Wilson, my first thought was, “Is it 2009?” I truly don’t mean that to sound insulting. It’s just the days of the romantic comedy starring two big names seems so far behind us, even though just 10-15 …

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“Swan Song” Asks a Difficult Question – Movie Review

The only thing better than one Mahershala Ali is two. As if making up for the last several years, on behalf of Hollywood, when Ali has only been given supporting roles, Swan Song changes things up. Ali is given the opportunity to act in both a supporting role AND a leading role. How generous. Written …

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“tick, tick… BOOM!” is a Blast – Movie Review

2021 has proven to be the year of the musical and it continues with tick, tick… BOOM! From Broadway adaptations like In the Heights and Dear Evan Hansen to original musicals like Vivo and Annette to whatever the hell Cinderella was, this year has been full of songs and dance. With only two months of …

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“Dear Evan Hansen” is Great, Despite Its Flaws – Movie Review

Dear Evan Hansen, Your movie is going to be better than I thought it would be. It’s going to make me laugh, it is going to make me cringe, and yes, it will even make me cry. I will know that some of the situations are melodramatic. I will know that some of the actors …

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