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STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI review

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It’s Time for the Jedi to End

Breathe….Just, breathe. When we last left our heroes, Finn was recovering from Kylo Ren’s attack, Rey had encountered Luke on Ahch-To, and the Resistance was celebrating the (small) victory over the First Order after destroying Starkiller Base.  As “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” begins, both the Resistance and the First Order are Continue reading

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COCO review

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Seize Your Moment

“Coco”, the latest offering from Pixar animation, takes its’ first-ever journey into the Mexican culture.  Miguel, a young child born to a shoe-building family who forbids music, finds music to be his true calling in life that he loves more than anything; except for family.  As Día de los Muertos approaches, the annual Continue reading

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JUSTICE LEAGUE review

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You Can’t Save the World Alone

Superman is dead.  The World is in mourning.  Sensing the lack of the Kryptonian, mysterious “drones” begin to pop-up and Batman recognizes that another-Worldly problem is at hand.  With the fate of the World at stake, he and Diana (Wonder Woman) must recruit those with special abilities to strengthen their chances.  A young man with incredible speed, the heir of Atlantis, and a cybernetic human.  While they assemble and formulate a plan, Steppenwolf Continue reading

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MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS review

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Everyone Is a Suspect

“His name is Hercule Poirot and he is probably the greatest detective in the World”; at least that is how we are (re)introduced to the renown mustached-investigator in Kenneth Branagh’s “Murder on the Orient Express”.  After solving a case of missing holy items in Jerusalem, Detective Poirot is offered a case in London while waiting in Istanbul, so he must find last-minute passage by way of the Orient Express.  On board, a colorful and diverse cast of characters await Continue reading

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A BAD MOMS CHRISTMAS review

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And You Thought Your Mom was Bad

Just a little over a year after the hit “Bad Moms” thrilled audiences everywhere, the studio decided to jump on its popularity and crank out the sequel, “A Bad Moms Christmas”.  The “bad moms” are going through life and not much has changed since we last saw them: Amy is still with Jessie, Kiki is still raising her rambunctious kids, and Carla is still working at the spa and raising her son.  This time around though, their moms are Continue reading