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Friday, May 31, 2019 7:20 AM
The diamond in the rough. These are words I never thought I would hear on the big screen until Disney brought “Aladdin” alive in their newest live-action film. (Subscriber Access).
  • Movie Review: ‘Rocketman’ impresses with honest, heartfelt tribute to Elton John
    Few things beat a good movie on the weekend. Whether it be at home on a streaming service or right in the theater itself, a captivating movie can really turn your week around. (Subscriber Access)
  • One of my favorite parts of summer is going to the movie theater. There is nothing better than going to a big movie, getting a soda and stuffing your face with popcorn. “Godzilla: King of the Monsters” is that perfect summer movie and was released May 31. (Subscriber Access)
  • Could you fall in love with the one who got away, if given the second chance?

    Netflix’s new romantic comedy, “Always Be My Maybe” dives into the question of second chances and the familiar story of the love that got away. (Subscriber Access)
  • Movie Review: ‘Aladdin’ dazzles and delights once again
    The diamond in the rough. These are words I never thought I would hear on the big screen until Disney brought “Aladdin” alive in their newest live-action film. (Subscriber Access).
  • Guilt manifests in‘1922’
    As far as horror movies go, especially ones adapted from Stephen King’s works, Netflix’s “1922” plays the long-haul as a grim slow-burn thriller that unsettles rather than startles through jump scares as it takes its viewers on a disturbing journey into a man’s hysteria and guilt. (subscriber access)
  • What happens when you combine Pokémon, action and humor in one movie? You get a movie that is fast-paced and well worth a trip to the theater.

    “Pokémon Detective Pikachu” came out in theaters on May 10 and features Ryan Reynolds as Detective Pikachu, Ken Watanabe, Justice Smith, Kathryn Newton, Bill Nighy, and Suki Waterhouse. It was directed by Rob Letterman. (subscriber access)
  • “To All the Boys I Loved Before” is a Netflix Original film adapted from the 2014 young adult novel of the same name by Jenny Han and tells the story of Lara Jean (Lana Condor), a high school student who manages her crushes by writing letters to them before locking them away in a box in her closet. (subscriber access)
  • There have been movies defining generations for years. “Citizen Kane” in the ’40s, “Psycho” in the ’60s, “Jaws” and “Star Wars” in the ’70s, “Jurassic Park” in the ’90s and “Lord of the Rings” in the 2000s. Now in 2019 there is a movie which stands up with all of them in “Avengers: Endgame.” (subscriber access)
  • “The Highwaymen” takes the story of the infamous American criminals Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow and retells it from the perspective of the two former Texas rangers, Frank Hamer (Kevin Costner) and Maney Gault (Woody Harrelson) taxed with taking them down. (subscriber access)
  • Family, humor and scary images are a rare combination in film. But that is exactly what Detective Comics (DC) does in their latest film “Shazam.”  (subscriber access)
  • Movie Review: ‘Five Feet Apart’ a charming, tear-jerking romance
    For every blockbuster action film that hits the theaters, there’s a heart-felt romance to follow. And for every heart-felt romance, there’s the ones involving two characters falling in love while one, or both, has a severe illness. (subscriber access)
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    Magic. Inspiration. Emotion. Look no further than the live-action tale of “Dumbo” to make you feel again. (subscriber access)
  • ‘The Ballad of Buster Scruggs’ explores human nature, mortality, and more
    “The Ballad of Buster Scruggs” is a 2018 Netflix original film written, directed, and produced by Ethan and Joel Coen. (subscriber access)
  • Let me start off this review by revealing the following bit of information: I'm a big fan of Stephen Edwin King.
  • First of all, let me say I've heard or read several negatives from different people about the film "Dunkirk," which opened to wide release July 21.
  • Another blockbuster, another attempted franchise starter.

    But instead of just franchises, nowadays studios are clinging to the shared universe concept brought on by Marvel in 2008 with "Iron Man." Personally, it never seemed like a good idea because eventually you'll end up contradicting things and digging a hole too deep to get out of.
  • Tell me if this sounds familiar: a bunch of undead people search for a treasure on an island which can't be found to free them from a curse. Oh, and they can't step on dry land.
  • In a genre favorite to filmmakers and storytellers alike, World War II is a stomping ground for stories, particularly involving the Holocaust. But in a medium where so many of those stories have been told, it's not often we are treated to fresh tales, which is where "The Zookeeper's Wife" comes in.
  • Oh, man. I had so much anticipating for this film.

    And oh, man, is it so much of a let down, to put it politely.

    "The Circle" holds an extremely relevant story to today's world - that of constant connectivity with everyone else around us through technology. On some levels, we're already there. People use their phones, computers, any screen for the majority of their day.
  • Rain Man

    Starring Dustin Hoffman and Tom Cruise, this Hollywood hit focuses on the relationship between a self-centered man and his brother who is known to be an autistic savant.
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