Crazy Rich Asians: rom-com gold or Corny Cliché?

Based on a global bestseller, Rachel, a New York economics professor, dates a man named Nick and looks forward to meeting his family. However, she is shaken up when she learns that Nick belongs to one of the richest families in Singapore.  Max Jacobson’s Review: I didn’t want to like this cuz I heard it […]

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Aquaman Sinks Like A Stone

“Decent” is maybe the best way to summarize a cheesy, predictable, and over the top superhero movie. Aquaman is perfect for viewers that enjoy impressive cinematography and flashy colors”

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The Shawshank Redemption: A Screen Classic

Anonymous’s Review: First place at IMDb? Well, honestly, I think it’s a little over the top. I enjoyed watching this film. It is an exciting and entertaining story.  The film includes great characters who are portrayed by even better actors such as Tim Robbins and Morgan Freeman. The plot, music and the message of the […]

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King of Clowns: The Joker

The lonely and depressive Arthur Flecks lives with his mother and works as an unsuccessful clown over the streets of Gotham City. Arthur sees his life change completely as he embarks on a journey searching his purpose in life while being isolated, bullied and disregarded by society, starting a slow descent into madness as he […]

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Reservoir Dogs

Written and directed by Quentin Tarantino, six smart and intriguing criminals are hired to steal diamonds. However, during the robbery, the police show up, unexpectedly ruining the robbers’ plan. With some of the group members killed, the remaining individuals start questioning and discussing the existence of an undercover cop among them, giving the spark to […]

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City of God

City of God “City of God” follows different individuals from the slums of Rio de Janeiro, observing their difficulties, challenges, and transformations. The Brazilian movie delivers important social messages, showing how poverty and criminality really work in developing countries around the globe, and how its individuals chose their life path within these communities. Considered as […]

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Joker: An Unsuccessful Character Study of the Infamous ‘Clown Prince’

Joker follows Arthur Fleck (Joaquin Phoenix), a miserable loner who is always down on his luck. Arthur lives with his mother, taking care of her in a dilapidated apartment. His work life is not much better, working as a clown for hire for a ton of miscellaneous jobs and his aspiring stand-up comedy career isn’t […]

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El Camino: A Necessary Story or Forced Narrative?

Breaking Bad, touted as one of the greatest TV shows ever made, ended over five years ago. Its finale is celebrated for wrapping up all of the answers and polishing off the arcs of the characters it followed for over 5 seasons. However – seemingly out of nowhere – the shows creator, Vince Gilligan, announces […]

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