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Broker Will Get You Sentimental About a Human-Trafficking Crime Family

Per Matt Thinking back, it’s been a while since I’ve watched a film that featured the exploits of a group of social outcasts who come together to form an unlikely and unconventional “family,” while paired with an infant. The original… Continue Reading →

I Am DB Cooper Claims to ID the Notorious Skyjacker

Per Matt The true story of Northwest Orient Airlines’ Flight 305 skyjacking in 1971 seems to be a lot like buying a brand-new sweater. On the surface level, the well-established facts may be familiar as something warm and fuzzy, but… Continue Reading →

CBS’ Ghosts Haunts Up a New Halloween Tradition

I’ve always been a fan of holiday traditions… especially during the spooky season. Each year, I can’t wait to catch the latest seasonal offerings of some of my favorite TV shows. Do you remember watching Quantum Leap‘s “The Boogieman” in… Continue Reading →

Black Adam Magnifies Dwayne Johnson’s Acting Strengths

Dwayne Johnson is one of the biggest stars in Hollywood today. I remember as a teenager watching him take on wrestling giants like Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Undertaker and Triple H. Now, he takes on critics, toxic fans and… Continue Reading →

Andor Does Little to Revive the Star Wars Franchise

As a Child of the ’80s, Star Wars was something I thought would be the basis that all “good movies” would be based on, for the rest of my life. Now, in the 2020s, I find myself wondering why in… Continue Reading →

Bullet Proof’s White-Knuckle Action Cures the Summertime Blues

Summer action films are somewhat of a mainstay. I love a good, mindless film where there’s plenty of fights, car chases, explosions and guns. I don’t think I am alone in that assessment. Not every film has to be an… Continue Reading →

EPIX Gives Billy the Kid a Sympathetic, Vengeful Backstory

Per Matt The wild, wild West has always fascinated me. I’ve enjoyed all sorts of Western tales throughout the years, with True Grit and 3:10 to Yuma being a couple of favorites (along with their remakes), as well as Eastwood’s… Continue Reading →

No Time to Die is a Tearful End for the Daniel Craig Era of James Bond

There are very few times in cinematic history that have caused me to shed tears. I get wrapped up in movies, but I almost always have a disconnect between myself and the characters. Occasionally, I get wrapped up in the… Continue Reading →

Moody Black Lotus Expands the Blade Runner Universe

Is it possible to fall headfirst for a setting, a city and a timeframe, but absolutely despise the theme of a story? That’s kind of my relationship with Los Angeles 2032 and Blade Hunter: Black Lotus.

Hawkeye Aims to Reinvigorate the MCU

Per Matt Hawkeye’s got no superpowers. No super suit to send him flying high into the air. He’s not from an alien planet. And he’s not even the most popular Avenger. But here’s Jeremy Renner, starring in the latest Marvel… Continue Reading →

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