THE NUN – Film Review

The Nun is a vastly disappointing film filled with cheap jump scares, a weak story, terrible humor, and characters who make horrible decisions.

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KIN – Film Review

Good performances from Jack Reynor and Zoë Kravitz still do not make Kin a good film, as it is bloated with various themes, has poor editing, and suffers from a severe lack of emotional pull.

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THE MEG – Film Review

The Meg has plenty of fun and comedic scenes, but suffers from a slow pace and can be hard to enjoy at times due to its silly story.

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OCEAN’S 8 – Film Review

Ocean's 8 is an undeniably enjoyable, breezy watch with great performances all across the board. Where it falters however, is its originality factor, due to a script that feels all too familiar to the 2001 film.

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BLOCKERS – Film Review

Blockers can suffer at times from clunky pacing and has some unnecessary scenes in its conclusion, but it makes up for it with great humour and has brilliant chemistry from John Cena and Ike Barinholtz.

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READY PLAYER ONE – Film Review

Ready Player One is big, bold, and has an extremely fun adventure at its core which is in part thanks to director Steven Spielberg, and the great acting coming from Tye Sheridan and Olivia Cooke.

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A WRINKLE IN TIME – Movie Review

A Wrinkle in Time has an amazing story with great characters and beautiful cinematography. However, due to its jumbled storytelling and pacing, occasional dull acting, and underused characters, this film is more disappointing than anything.

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GAME NIGHT – Movie Review

An extremely clever script mixed with brilliant comedic performances from both Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams make Game Night an entertaining treat.

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LADY BIRD – Movie Review

Greta Gerwig’s directorial debut Lady Bird proves to be a great start, as it boasts excellent performances from Saoirse Ronan, and Laurie Metcalf to name a few.

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THE POST – Movie Review

Great performances all across the board, most notably from Streep and Hanks, as well as an extremely tense and emotional script, The Post is a truly entertaining watch.

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JIGSAW – Movie Review

If you want to sit back, relax, and watch a mindless and entertaining horror film, Jigsaw will satisfy you immensely. But, viewers that are searching for something with a more intelligent story full of psychological thrills much like the original 2004 film, will be disappointed.

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DUNKIRK – Movie Review

With Dunkirk, director/writer Nolan proves yet again he can master any genre with an emotional and moving story, that never feels stale, and oozes with tension.

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INSIDIOUS: THE LAST KEY – Movie Review

Insidious: The Last Key only has one amazing performance, that of Lin Shaye. The rest of the film is a tired and uninspired attempt at scaring viewers by relying solely on jump scares, and inserts more unnecessary jokes than ever before.

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PADDINGTON 2 – Movie Review

With Paddington 2, the script has a surprising charm with a deeply touching emotional story at its core, and it is one of my favorite family films in recent years.

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CULT OF CHUCKY – Movie Review

Cult of Chucky is the seventh entry in the series, and unfortunately never tries anything new. It instead follows the same cliché formula of its previous outings, and its slasher scenes are limited and feels horribly uninspired.

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INGRID GOES WEST – Movie Review

Ingrid Goes West is a film that has a surprising amount of heart, emotional thrill-rides, and speaks a dark and disturbing truth about the day-to-day reliance on social media.

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It Comes at Night – Movie Review

Trey Edward Shults' latest film boasts true horror, and does not contain any monsters - which is brilliant. The real "monster" in the film is fear itself, which is darkly and deeply disturbing.

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WONDER WOMAN – Movie Review

Gal Gadot's solo outing as Wonder Woman is a breathtaking ride, filled with suspenseful action sequences, great direction from Patty Jenkins, and has a story that was extremely intriguing.

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