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Taking Hits from Hotel Cocaine

Sometimes a storyline is depicted on screen so intricately by filmmakers, that you instantly feel like you are there. It’s not an easy thing to do and, if done well, it means a lot of communication and work is done… Continue Reading →

Rick’s Return Rewards The Ones Who Live!

Per Matt Back in the day, way back when Andrew Lincoln first publicly revealed he was leaving The Walking Dead, a void formed immediately within the show’s storyline. As the actor’s remaining episodes counted down, Rick Grimes’ screentime was gradually… Continue Reading →

Despite an Impressive Cast, Argylle Loses its Grip on Reality

Spy movies consistently achieve success, appealing to a broad audience by offering a mix of elements that moviegoers crave: intrigue, mystique, action and adventure. Introducing a touch of tongue-in-cheek humor further solidifies their potential as great franchises, as evidenced by… Continue Reading →

Ghosted Lacks Any Spirit

Hollywood has released several great action films that are also romantic comedies. As a child, I vividly remember watching movies like Raiders of the Lost Ark and Romancing the Stone with my sister. While she was talking incessantly about the… Continue Reading →

Military Misfits Become Rogue Heroes in New EPiX WWII Series

Per Matt Just in time for Veterans Day weekend, a new gang of military misfits step onto the battlefield, except these soldiers are cut more from The A-Team than Band of Brothers. While Rogue Heroes may be based on a… Continue Reading →

David Cronenberg Existentially Evolves with Crimes of the Future

Per Matt It’s been far too long since David Cronenberg graced us with his big-screen vision. In fact, I can’t remember the last movie I’ve seen from the filmmaker (although Cronenberg World from Rick and Morty immediately comes to mind)…. Continue Reading →

Deciphering the Clues of the Manifest Finale

What’s the commonality between death dates, an undercover hostage exchange that goes sideways, a doomsday theory and an industrial-sized box of crystal meth? They’re all clues used, in part, to define the season finale of Manifest.

The Arrestingly Entertaining Tale of Barry Seal: American Made

Thank goodness the Tom Cruise-fronted, Doug Liman-directed smuggler story,¬†American Made, wasn’t called Mena.

Aquarius

David Duchovny returns to network TV (and prepares for The X-Files) as a ’60s detective in Aquarius.

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