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BABY DRIVER review

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All You Need is One Killer Track

Edgar Wright’s “Baby Driver” opens as a young getaway driver is jamming to music in his car, waiting for his crew to finish the heist so he can get away safely.  As they escape, we are taken on an adrenaline-fueled chase that has them narrowly avoid jail time thanks to the skills of the young driver.  We soon learn Continue reading

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TRANSFORMERS: THE LAST KNIGHT review

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There’s Comes a Time When We Are Called Upon to Make a Difference

We find ourselves in the War between humans and Transformers.  In “Transformers: The Last Knight”, a new task force, the TRF, has been established to wipe-out the remaining autobots and decepticons.  Cade has been in-hiding, protecting the autobots left behind by Optimus at the end of “Transformers: Age of Extinction”.  The film opens centuries earlier, as Merlin and King Arthur Continue reading

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THE MUMMY review

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Welcome to a New World of Gods and Monsters

This summer’s “The Mummy” is here to kickoff Universal’s new “Dark Universe”!  The film opens as it explores the life of the King’s daughter, Princess Ahmanet.  After the birth of a younger brother that removed her from ever becoming Queen, she murders her entire family to Continue reading

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It Comes at Night review

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Fear is in the Eye of the Beholder

A deadly plague has hit the World in “It Comes at Night”.  A small family (consisting of a mother, father, son, and a dog) lives alone in a boarded up house out in the woods.  In-fear of outsiders, there are strict rules they follow to ensure each other’s safety and well-being.  One night, an intruder attempts to break-into their home, only to be caught and tied-up outside.  After interrogating him to Continue reading

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WONDER WOMAN review

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The Future of Justice Begins with Her

One of the most well-known and popular comic book characters of all time finally hits the big screen in this summer’s “Wonder Woman”.  Opening in the Amazonian World of Themyscira, Diana is a young girl eager to join the rankings of her fellow women.  Forwarding through her youth, Diana begins to train in-preparation for the inevitable War against Ares.  As she continues Continue reading