Recaps & Reviews




Good Boys Is A Younger, Less Funny Version Of Superbad

It’s hard to believe that Superbad is over 12 years old. The film was by far the funniest film of its kind when it came out, and became a huge hit for the studio. Now the same people who brought you that movie have released a new one, substituting high-school kids for grade school kids, with a whole new set of problems.

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Hobbs & Shaw Is Another Great Addition To The Fast & Furious Franchise

With there already being 8 Fast & Furious films, it was rather surprising when they announced that a spin-off for two of the characters was being made. A lot of questions came to mind before it was released too. Would it be as popular as the main series, how different would it be and would it feature the same kind of vehicular action we’ve come to expect? All those answers came pretty soon after starting to watch the film.

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Clifton Hill Is A Fun Thriller That Will Keep You Guessing

TIFF 2019 had plenty of big name releases hit the silver screen this year, but as usual there were several lower budget films playing as well. One of those films takes place in Niagara Falls, on the world famous Clifton Hill. The film is even named after the street. It’s a mystery/thriller that will keep you guessing until the very end, and if you have a chance to see it when it finally gets a wide release, it will be well worth your time.

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The True History of the Kelly Gang Makes Some Odd Choices

When you think of Westerns and outlaws, generally you think of films taking place in the United States, but what most people fail to remember is that the United States is not the only country ripe with such legends. In Australia one of the most famous outlaws is Ned Kelly, who fought the system throughout the 1870s and almost won before being caught and hanged. In this new film, True History of the Kelly Gang, you get a glimpse of the outlaws life, from when he was a child living in poverty to the day he paid for his transgressions.

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Susan Sarandon’s Latest Film, Blackbird, Is A Real Tear Jerker

If you take a look over the careers of Susan Sarandon and Kate Winslet you will quickly see that both have made a career out of starring in films that will bring tears to your eyes. Whether it’s Lorenzo’s Oil or Dead Man Walking for Sarandon, or Little Children or Titanic for Winslet, both have a body of work meant to bring emotions out of you, so it’s no surprise that their first film together would be more of the same. 

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Stephen King’s The Stand Mini-Series Gets Remastered For BluRay

One of the most anticipated shows that will hit CBS All-Access next year is the new adaptation of Stephen King’s post-apocalyptic novel The Stand. Back in 1994 though, over the course of four nights a mini-series was aired that got a lot of great reviews. Until now however the series hasn’t been available on Blu-Ray, but we are sure glad they decided to go back to it and remaster it for today’s TV’s.

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Hustlers Doesn’t Quite Find Its Way

Hustlers has all the ingredients to be a great movie, including an impressive cast, good back story and amazing publicity. Unfortunately it has trouble with the execution, in that it doesn’t quite ever know what kind of movie it wants to be and loses track of itself along the way. It’s this one flaw that prevents it from being what it could have been.

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Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark Is A Creepy, Fun Film

Originally published as three collections of short stories starting in 1981, Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark have been keeping children up at night for close to 40 years. They’ve also inspired several authors and filmmakers, including Guillermo del Toro who helped write the screenplay for the film adaptation. Now that the film is out, it’s clear that the legacy of the books will carry on.

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Pet Sematary Remake A Must-Own For Stephen King Fans

Pet Sematary was first released in 1983, and instantly became a huge hit for author Stephen King. Of course that wasn’t a huge surprise, considering at that time everything the best selling author wrote became a huge hit. Most of his novels eventually were turned into movies back then as well, and in 1989 the theatrical adaptation followed. The movie grossed over $57 million at the box office, which at the time was considered a pretty decent take. 30 years later the film has gotten a remake, and it did just about as well as the original.

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Us Is One Of The Year’s Must-Own Blurays

Us is one of those movies that sticks with you. Not so much for the action or the dialogue, but for the story itself. It’s one of those movies that once you finish watching it, you’ll want to go back and watch it again to find out all the things you missed. That being said, it’s a great movie to add to your collection, not just for the replay value, but also for the special features. 

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Long Shot May Be The Comedy Hit Of The Summer

When we first heard of Seth Rogen and Charlize Theron’s new film Long Shot last summer, then known as Flarsky, we were intrigued. After all the pair didn’t seem like the ideal onscreen couple. But at that point the film had been receiving some pretty good feedback at early test screenings, and Lionsgate decided to push the film from a February launch date to one closer to the summer in hopes of cashing in on what could be a popular film. It finally hits theatres this Friday, and we’ve got to say, it’s a smart, fun film, and Rogen and Theron have some serious chemistry together. 

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Bumblebee Is A Must-Have on Bluray for Transformers Fans

Transfomers have been around since the 1980s, with a popular cartoon series and toy line launching the franchise, and throughout the years it’s only continued to grow. Last year’s spin-off Bumblebee proved that wasn’t true though, and that with a new director and a new vision, the series showed that it could continue to be successful.

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Overlord Shouldn’t Be Overlooked on Bluray

Overlord is one of those movies that hits the theatre and quickly disappears because nobody knows what it is. It wasn’t advertised much, and the trailer didn’t play in front of a lot of films. While it did play during some of the smaller film festivals, and critics generally have given it a favourable review, Overlord still hasn’t gotten the love it has deserved. Hopefully word of mouth spreads though, because it is one of those films that you really don’t want to miss.

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First Man Launches On Bluray

We’ve all heard the stories about the first trip to the moon (including the conspiracy theories that it was faked), but what we haven’t heard a lot about is the astronaut who took the first steps on the moon. Sure he was in the spotlight and became a national treasure, but who was Neil Armstrong the man? First Man takes a glimpse into Armstrong’s life, and tries to show us personal side of this very public figure.

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Kursk Is An Interesting Look At The 2000 Russian Submarine Disaster

In 2000 during a naval exercise an explosion within a Russian submarine caused the deaths of 118 sailors and officers. At the time Russian officials claimed that all aboard the vessel were killed instantly, but a few days later it was revealed than a handful had survived the initial explosion and were trapped in a separate section of the submarine. Unfortunately they were unable to be rescued. Kursk tells their story.

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