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Avengers: Endgame Movie Review
5.0

Avengers: Endgame

Avengers: Endgame is truly what we all have been waiting for. The end of an era.
Cyrano My Love (2018) Film Review
5.0

Cyrano, My Love

An absolutely impressive first feature, Cyrano brings together a fantastic ensemble and a delightful script that balances perfect beats and tone throughout to bring to life the wonderful story of the creation of one of the greatest plays ever written.
Trick (2019) Movie
2.0

Trick

A detective is dead-set on finding a serial killer who continues terrorizing a small town each Halloween.
Samara Weaving in Ready or Not 2019
3.0

Ready or Not

On her wedding night, Grace (Samara Weaving) is forced to play a game as an initiation into the family of a board gaming empire.
David Harbour in Hellboy (2019)
0.0

Hellboy

A reboot of the successful film from over a decade ago. This time David Harbour is behind the demon’s make-up along with Ian McShane and Milla Jovovich.
Lupita Nyong’o in horror film, Us (2019)
3.5

Us

Us is the second film from newly acclaimed “horror mastermind” Jordan Peele.
Zachary Levi and Jack Dylan Grazer in Shazam! (2019)
4.0

Shazam!

Shazam! is the recent installment in what seems to be the decaying DC extended universe of films.
Image from Bumblebee (2018)
3.0

Bumblebee

Bumblebee loosens the constraints of the 'Transformers' franchise by forming a tighter and self-contained film.
5.0

Vice

Vice is the not so well known tale of how former US Vice President Dick Cheney rose to power over several decades through the US government and how he may have become the most dominant right-hand man in all of modern day politics.
Image from Use Me (2019)
3.5

Use Me

In the film, a filmmaker makes a film about an adult film star who makes money by humiliating men over the internet. After meeting her online, he travels to her home to understand her lifestyle in person.
Bill Murray and Scarlett Johansson in Lost in Translation
4.5

Lost in Translation

Coppola highlights a sincere feeling of disparity between setting and character transfixing the viewer in a state of wonder, as we gaze upon this new world of harsh lights and beaming neon.
Image of Chloe Grace Moretz and Maika Monroe in Greta (2019)
3.5

Greta

Greta is the latest thriller from Oscar-winning film-maker Neil Jordan which focuses on Frances McCullen (Chloë Grace Moretz), a 20-something waitress who stumbles upon a cash-filled handbag on NYC’s Subway.
Image of Emily Blunt in an animation sequence for Mary Poppins Returns
3.0

Mary Poppins Returns

Set 25 years after their initial introduction, Jane and Michael Banks (Emily Mortimer and Ben Wishaw) are reunited with the mystical Mary Poppins (Emily Blunt) just when they need her most.
Image from Glass - Samuel L Jackon, James McAvoy and Bruce Willis
3.5

Glass

The third film in M. Night Shyamalan’s 'Unbreakable trilogy' and what can only be described as one of the most original takes on the superhero genre since the Dark Knight trilogy.