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Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri Review: Mother Facader

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri is not a film that fits into any boxes. That makes it more difficult to describe, but that also makes it more fulfilling to experience so I’m up for the chall...

Darkest Hour Movie Review: Dunkirk Origins

The new movie about Winston Churchill’s rise to leadership in World War II could actually be a prequel to this summer’s Dunkirk. It is about the decisions made that led to Operation Dynamo. It could e...

Last Flag Flying Review: The Devil in The Detail

Last Flag Flying does a great job introducing its characters and their dynamic. There is a lot of potential for the natural conflict that ensues, however the second half of the film ends up tying ever...

A Bad Moms Christmas Review: Yuletide Yourself Over

Franchise Fred reviews A Bad Moms Christmas

Franchise Fred Interview: Jennifer Tilly on Cult of Chucky

If you haven’t seen Cult of Chucky yet, there’s still time to watch it before Halloween. If you have seen it, you’ll really appreciate this talk with Jennifer Tilly about Tiffany’s evolution in the se...

Jigsaw in 4DX Review: Franchise Fred Wins

Thank you, Jigsaw for proving my theory that nothing guarantees another sequel like a franchise declaring a final chapter. It’s also my first horror movie in 4DX and proved to be a great match for the...

Screamfest Review – Todd and the Book of Pure Evil: The End of the End

I never saw the TV show Todd and the Book of Pure Evil, but once they made a movie that brought it into Franchise Fred territory. Sure enough, the animated movie Todd and the Book of Pure Evil: The En...

Bat Out Of Hell: The Musical Review – This Is My Hamilton

Now there’s the precedent of Mamma Mia and We Will Rock You making musicals out of an artist’s catalogue. Bat out of Hell went the other way. This musical has been in the works longer than...

Thor: Ragnarok Review – Laugh ‘Til Your Thides Are Thore

Thor: Ragnarok is a change in tone from previous Thor movies, and Thor’s role in The Avengers. Thor (Chris Hemsworth) is now a sarcastic wiseass in an irreverent adventure. This is a positive developm...

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