“Coco” is Pixar’s Newest Classic

Coco tells the story of Miguel Rivera (Anthony Gonzalez), a small-town Mexican boy with dreams of becoming an accomplished musician, much like his idol Ernesto de la Cruz (Benjamin Bratt). The Rivera family, shoe-makers in occupation, have a generations-old “no music” ban in the household, causing Miguel to resort to extreme actions in his journey […]

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Justice League: Cereal-Brand Avengers

**THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS** Picking up where Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice left off, Superman has remained dead, leaving a shattered world in a state of hopelessness and mourning. Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) and Diana Prince (Gal Gadot) try their best to keep a sense of order in their respective areas, but recent events have […]

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Murder on the Orient Express: Needs More Coal in the Fire

Agatha Christie’s renown novel adapted by Kenneth Branagh, the modern Shakespearean authority, looked to hold some great promise with its star-studded cast, however, it falls short from excellence. While we’re introduced to Hercule Poirot (still don’t know how to pronounce his name) as a Sherlock-esque detective with a knack for keen observation, it ultimately felt […]

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‘Thor: Ragnarok’ is Marvel’s New Approach With the God of Thunder

Thor: Ragnarok is Marvel’s third installment with the God of Thunder and the SEVENTEENTH film in its cinematic universe overall. Directed by Taika Waititi, Marvel took a different approach with Thor: Ragnarok by relying heavily on the film’s comedy. It’s no shock that Marvel decided to spice things up with this Thor film because the God of Thunder’s […]

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