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belfast 2021 movie review

BELFAST (2021) Movie Review

One often finds that it is when filmmakers are the most honest with themselves and most authentic with their stories that they form a transcendent connection with their audiences. Director Kenneth Branagh’s personal tale “Belfast” becomes such a triumph purely because of the deeply personal nature of the storyline.

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TICK TICK BOOM (2021) Movie Review

I’ve been eagerly waiting to see Tick Tick Boom ever since In The Heights. Anyone who knows me knows that I have a soft spot for musicals and if you watch this movie then you can understand why. It was well worth the wait. Lin-Manuel Miranda is an absolute genius.

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RED NOTICE (2021) Movie Review | NETFLIX

A pure formula film that nods to the classic heist and adventure movies without adding anything new. It’s kind of sad to see The Rock and Gal Gadot sleepwalking through scenes and while Ryan Reynolds’ motormouth schtick can be entertaining here, you can’t build an entire film around his persona.

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LAST NIGHT IN SOHO (2021) Movie Review

A complete stand-out film for director Edgar Wright, having previously done horror, dark, or action comedies. The contribution of the cinematography, style, and music will keep on reminding you that you are watching an Edgar Wright film. Last Night in Soho is pretty enjoyable for the most part as the 1960s and its styles are brought back to life.

dune 2021 movie review

CINEMATIC MAGIC! | DUNE (2021) Movie Review

Finally, the cinema is back! And what a way to return than one of the biggest visually spectacular extravaganza that is Dune. There is just too much in Dune to pack into a single or even a trilogy of films.
And yet for the keen-eyed viewer, the details and lore are presented and ready to be taken in. The medium is visual and so much of the story is told as it is supposed to be; visually.

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THE NIGHT HOUSE (2021) Movie Review

The Night House is a psychological horror based on the influence of death. The film rotates around the life of Beth, a 40 something teacher who lost her husband recently as he shot himself sailing in a boat with their home being at the banks of a river.