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Hobbs and Shaw Movie Review: 2 Odd 2 Couple

Fred Topel's review of Hobbs and Shaw

Escape Plan: The Extractors Review – The Stalloneliest Number

When I thought Escape Plan could be another franchise for Stallone, I was thinking a standalone movie each time. Ray Breslin (Stallone) would have to break out of a new prison each time. I never even ...

Spider-Man: Far From Home Review – European Marvelcation

Spider-Man: Far From Home is definitely the sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming. If you liked Homecoming you’ll be very happy, but if you were disappointed in Homecoming like me, there’s still some good ...

Child’s Play Remake Review: Never Say Buddi Again

Child’s Play is the Never Say Never Again of Chucky movies. It is the rare occurrence of a remake produced while the original franchise is still ongoing. Like Kevin McClory and Thunderball, the compan...

Toy Story 2 Is Still The Best, Deepest Toy Story

The release of Toy Story 4 provides a welcome opportunity to discuss Toy Story 2. Toy Story 2 will celebrate its official 20 year anniversary on November 24 this year, and it is not only the peak of t...

Shaft 2019 Movie Review: The Shaft Crusade

Who’s the white film critic who respects women more than this flick? Fred! Shaft was a pivotal role model in 1971. He was the most prominent African-American movie action hero. He was a ladies man for...

In Defense of City Slickers II: The Legend of Curly’s Gold

25 years ago today, A sequel to City Slickers opened. Three years before, City Slickers was a summer comedy phenomenon. Billy Crystal got right to work after he finished his passion project Mr. Saturd...

Dark Phoenix Movie Review: The Unsatisfying X-Men

Maybe X-Men: The Last Stand wasn’t an accurate adaptation of the Dark Phoenix comics, but at least it was a fun celebration of an ensemble of character. Dark Phoenix feels joyless and obligatory. I do...

Godzilla: King of the Monsters Movie Review – Nojira

I understand if you didn’t like Gareth Edwards’ 2014 Godzilla. It was a choice to obscure the monsters and if that’s who you came to see, you’d be disappointed. Godzilla: King of the Monsters is defin...

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