Reviews

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    “You are now about to witness the strength of street knowledge” As a teenager growing up in the late 80’s, street knowledge was not the kind of wisdom I possessed. I lived in a quiet and peaceful San Antonio suburb, where the challenges of urban life were far from familiar to me. That changed with […]

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    Films like Stand by Me and The Sandlot take audiences back to their adolescent days and the mistakes and adventures of that filled childhood.  The writers of these kinds of films are great at reconnecting with the honest moments of those days. Writer and director, Jon Watts grounds the writing with the two kids in this film, in the same way. […]

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    I’m all in for a good origin story, and I understand the need for one in films, especially when it follows a poor version of a particular series. Sorry Tim Story, but if you want to feel better watch “Batman and Robin”. Starting off with a clean slate is something that appeals to most major studios, […]

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    Since director Woody Allen makes a film a year, it’s easy to forget the bad ones and embrace the great ones. I can’t name his last five films, but I remember “Blue Jasmine” and “Midnight in Paris”, so its lately been hit or miss which is fine considering most of the 90’s all the way […]

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