Movie Reviews

DETROIT (2017) REVIEW

DETROIT (2017) REVIEW

IT’S TIME WE KNEW

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Annabelle: Creation – A Well Made, Unoriginal Horror Film

Annabelle: Creation – A Well Made, Unoriginal Horror Film

Annabelle was the first spinoff film in the Conjuring series and while it was a decent entry, it may not have had as many answers. This prequel to what in essence was another prequel hopes to do better.

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The Nut Job 2: Nutty By Nature – For the Kids and Not Much Else

The Nut Job 2: Nutty By Nature – For the Kids and Not Much Else

I didn’t know there was a The Nut Job before I heard of this film so suffice it to say that I can’t speak to how it influences this sequel but I assume not very much.

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The Glass Castle – A Compelling Biographical Drama

The Glass Castle – A Compelling Biographical Drama

Another film based on a book I haven’t read so suffice it to say that I cannot speak to its authenticity but it has a great cast.

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Kidnap – A Mindless Thriller

Kidnap – A Mindless Thriller

Halle Berry doesn’t do much nowadays for whatever reason so it is definitely nice to see her in a film once again. This film had been delayed so many times that I forgot about it. I don’t quite understand why that was the case but here it is now

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Movie Review: 'The Dark Tower'

Movie Review: 'The Dark Tower'

The latest Stephen King adaptation shoots blanks. 'The Dark Tower' compresses eight Stephen King novels into a 90-minute action flick. Lame.

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Movie Review: 'Turn It Around'

Movie Review: 'Turn It Around'

New documentary chronicles the heyday of the East Bay punk scene. Tim Armstrong of Berkeley ska-punks Rancid crowd surfs at 924 Gilman in 1993, shortly before they broke big.

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THE DARK TOWER (2017) REVIEW

THE DARK TOWER (2017) REVIEW

A FILM THAT HAS FORGOTTEN THE FACE OF HIS FATHER

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GIRLS TRIP - DEFINITELY WORTH THE TRIP

GIRLS TRIP - DEFINITELY WORTH THE TRIP

As we reach the end of July (in the year of 2017), the films being released this year have been hit or miss, with some being poignant, profitable, and well-received, while others have been dismal, shallow, and flat out box office bombs. And that doesn’t count all t...

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The Dark Tower – A Disappointing, Rushed Adventure

The Dark Tower – A Disappointing, Rushed Adventure

Another film based on a series of books that I haven’t read so I of course have no knowledge going in. I am aware of the series as it was in the bookcase of my house when I was a kid. I don’t read as much as I should but I kind of want to read it now.

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Movie Review: 'Atomic Blonde'

Movie Review: 'Atomic Blonde'

Charlize Theron makes a play at being the female Bond in new spy flick. Charlize Theron plays a super spy in 'Atomic Blonde.' Viewers will have to decide if the film deserves its Bond comparisons.

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Detroit – An Overambitious Human Drama

Detroit – An Overambitious Human Drama

Kathryn Bigelow directing is the only thing I need to know.

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Movie Review: 'Detroit'

Movie Review: 'Detroit'

Kathryn Bigelow explores the language of the unheard with latest docudrama. John Boyega plays Melvin Dismukes, a real-life former security guard who played a role in the Algiers Motel incident during the Detroit riots.

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The Emoji Movie – A Terribly Executed Animated Film

The Emoji Movie – A Terribly Executed Animated Film

As soon as the film was announced, it has gotten nothing but hate. Despite this, I was still willing to give it a chance since an animated film featuring emojis could work but it all depends on its execution.

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Atomic Blonde – An Excitingly Cool Action Film

Atomic Blonde – An Excitingly Cool Action Film

The trailers for this looked so cool. We haven’t had that many female-led action films so it’s nice to see one now, more so one with Charlize Theron. I’m a big fan of hers and I am excited to see this new side of her.

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A Ghost Story – A Powerfully Minimalist Drama

A Ghost Story – A Powerfully Minimalist Drama

The trailer was definitely something else. While it may not have given away a lot, it still featured an interesting premise and haunting imagery to boost.

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Movie Review: 'Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets'

Movie Review: 'Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets'

The new movie by 'Fifth Element' director Luc Besson is dayglow space opera overkill. We're freaking out, man! 'Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets' might make sense after several tokes.

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Movie Review: 'Lady Macbeth'

Movie Review: 'Lady Macbeth'

The excellent debut feature by William Oldroyd delivers cold beauty, moody melodrama. The impressive Florence Pugh plays a calculating killer in 'Lady Macbeth.'

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Fort Worth Accident Map

July 01, 2017

Fort Worth Accident Map

Here in Texas, one person dies in a crash approximately every 2.5 hours—many of them at intersections.

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Pacquiao’s Best Fights of All Time

April 29, 2015

 Pacquiao’s Best Fights of All Time

Brought to you by Tecate   Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather are readying to battle on May 2 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. Despite generating historic revenue figures, greediness and disagreements over drug testing protocols delayed this...

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Frisco is 'Boomtown' Texas (Sponsored)

March 30, 2015

Frisco is 'Boomtown' Texas (Sponsored)

Anyone planning a move to North Texas should strongly consider Frisco as their new home base. It’s a growing and thriving suburb just north of Dallas and offers a modern lifestyle with all the safety and security one should expect from a suburban city. Frisco fo...

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