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SPIDERMAN FAR FROM HOME- Karl Sides (The Flick Fanatics)

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SPIDERMAN FAR FROM HOME

Starring:

Tom Holland- Peter Parker/Spiderman

Zendaya- MJ

Jake Gyllenhaal- Quentin Beck/ Mysterio

Jon Favreau- Happy Hogan

Peter Parker goes on a European vacation and Spidey ends up battling Monsters in Venice!

Spiderman Far from Home picks up immediately after the events of Endgame with a melancholy Peter Parker still reeling from the death of Tony Stark. Tributes and images of Iron Man are throughout the city and the question keeps being asked of Spiderman “Are you the new Iron Man?”  Parker decides to take a vacation to Europe with his class and leave the suit behind.

Happy Hogan is now a regular fixture in Peter’s life, mainly because he is seeing Aunt May (Marissa Tomei). Happy reminds Peter that Nick Fury of S.H.I.E.L.D. is trying to get ahold of him and Peter is avoiding him. Peter tells Happy, “I’m on vacation” and the teen has plans to have a romantic trip and tell MJ he likes her. Peter lands in Venice and his plan is progressing until he and Ned get back to their room and Ned is shot with a tranquilizer gun. Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) is holding the gun and explains,

“You are a hard person to contact Spiderman”.

Fury and Agent Marina Hill (Cobie Saunders) have been in Mexico investigating villages demolished by a sand monster. Fury explains that Spiderman is needed and he is coming with him. Peter tries to explain and asks if there is any other Avenger available, Fury says No. Nick introduces Peter to Quentin Beck and explains he is from Earth just not this one. Peter is exuberant over the idea that there is a multiverse.

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YESTERDAY review

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Yesterday, Everyone Knew the Beatles

Struggling musician Jack Malik (Himesh Patel) is on the verge of giving up; he plays for small crowds and realizes his dream may just never come true.  After an unfortunate side stage appearance at a festival, he is finished.  As he bikes home, a mysterious, worldwide blackout occurs and he finds himself being hit by a bus.  Waking-up in the hospital, his guitar is smashed and he’s missing two of his front teeth.  After receiving a gift from his friends in the form of a new guitar, he painfully learns that the World no longer remembers who The Beatles are or any of their music.  With his Continue reading

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ANNABELLE COMES HOME- Karl Sides (The Flick Fanatics)

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Annabelle Comes Home

Starring:

Vera Farmiga- Loraine Warren

Patrick Wilson- Ed Warren

McKenna Grace- Judy Warren

While the Warrens are away, Annabelle unleashes hell in the new thriller “Annabelle Comes Home”.

Annabelle Comes Home is another chapter in the Conjuring universe centered around the demonic doll Annabelle. The film picks up with the Warrens lifting evil spirits from a home where they discovered a doll that was a portal for evil and had to be removed. Annabelle, a hideous doll, that was brought back to the Warren’s evil spirit trophy room where she was locked in a cabinet made from blessed church glass and had signs posted not to open for any reason. Lorraine and Ed were so worried about the doll’s power they had a priest come bless the room annually.

 

Judy Warren paid the price of having famous parents. She had no friends at school because half were afraid and the other half though her family was a joke. Judy’s best friend was her sitter Mary Ellen (Madison Iseman). Mary Ellen was brought over to watch Judy when Lorraine and Ed had to go out of town for a case. Mary Ellen was going to bake Judy a cake for her birthday and celebrate with her over the weekend. Mary Ellen’s best friend crashed the “party” and stayed over as well.

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LATE NIGHT review

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They’re Giving Comedy a Rewrite

“Late Night”, written by Mindy Kaling, follows an aging late night television host that has captivated the World and won countless Emmy’s, SAG’s, and Golden Globes’ over the course of her career.  Katherine Newbury (Emma Thompson) is nothing like her television persona however.  She doesn’t know her writers, she has no desire or care for her audience, and she’s quite stubborn in her ways.  As a new staff writer with diversity is needed, a young girl named Molly (Mindy Kaling) with no experience in the industry finds-herself in Continue reading

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TOY STORY 4 REVIEW- Karl Sides (The FlickFanatic.com)

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TOY STORY 4

Starring:

Tom Hanks- Woody

Tim Allen- Buzz

Annie Potts- Bo Peep

Keanu Reeves- Duke Caboom

Woody, Buzz and the gang head out for a road trip in Toy Story 4!

Toy Story 4 opens after the events of Toy Story 2 and Bonnie is growing up and decides she doesn’t need her Little Bo Peep lamp so her Mom sells it to an antique dealer. Woody says a tearful goodbye as he felt the need to stay with Andy.  9 years has passed and Andy is in college and Bonnie is about to start elementary school.

Woody faces the hard truth that he isn’t the favorite toy any longer when Bonnie leaves him in the closet at play time. Woody sneaks out and hides in Bonnies backpack when she leaves for school. Bonnie is shy and doesn’t fit in at school. Woody helps her covertly and watches Bonnie make a new friend.

 

Back in Bonnie’s room Woody tells the gang about school and they are all happy she made a new friend, then Woody explains Bonnie “MADE” a new friend and introduced Forky (Tony Hale). Bonnie crafted Forky from a spork and he’s her new favorite toy. Forky is confused thinking he is trash and must find the wastebasket.

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