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Star Trek Beyond

Star Trek Beyond was better than Star Trek Into Darkness, and that’s a good thing. This was a fast paced movie and something was always happening. For the most part, that’s good as well. You don’t have any time to…

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High Rise

Set in a 1970s Arcology, a self-contained building where the residents can have all their needs met within, we find a new tenant who doesn’t quite fit in. He’s a doctor who seems to be concerned about finding the perfect…

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Stranger Things

For those of you who lost your VHS tapes of ET, House, Poltergeist, Videodrome, and pretty much every horror movie made in the 1980s, this TV Show is for you. The Duffer Brothers-a name that makes me think of Homer…

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The Night Manager

John le Carr√©’s most famous book has to be The Spy Who Came in ¬†from the Cold. In this adaptation of The Night Manager, the Spy spends a bit of time where it’s nice and hot. The Middle East. Our…

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Hail, Caesar!

The Coen Brothers decided they missed out by not being a part of the Hollywood Studio System, so they banged out their own Studio System style movie. They did a great job of recreating the sets, songs, and looks of…

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The Lobster

The first thing we see is a woman take a gun into a field and kill a donkey. Then we watch a group of people being processed at The Hotel. They are given a list of rules. They have their…

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Westworld 1973

It’s been a while since I watched Westworld. I had forgotten that it was written and directed by Michael Crichton. I was suprised by the many similarities to Jurrasic Park. It starts with oohing and aahing and ends with running…

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Hello, My Name Is Doris

For the most part, they don’t make movies for me anymore. I hate CGI and stupid people, and it’s hard to find a movie that doesn’t feature one or both. Hard, but not impossible. Hello, my name is Doris tells…

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Dracula

by Bram Stoker. Performed by Alan Cumming, Tim Curry, Simon Vance, Katherine Kellgren, Susan Duerden, John Lee, Graeme Malcolm, and Steven Crossley. I read Dracula many years ago, about the same time I read Frankenstein,The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll…