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‘How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World’ is a Heartfelt Farewell to a Beautiful Trilogy – Review

Nine years ago we met Hiccup (Jay Baruchel) and Toothless in Dean DeBlois’ How to Train Your Dragon. Over the course of nine years we saw this beautiful relationship unfold and evolve and now we have reached the end with How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World. In How to Train Your Dragon Hiccup and Toothless were kids learning to find […]

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‘Operation Finale’ Lacks the Thrilling Component that Makes a Political Thriller – Review

As a political thriller, Operation Finale gives an enticing political premise. However, it lacks the strong intensity needed in a thriller.   Operation Finale tells the true story of Israeli special agents with the mission of extracting Nazi officer Adolf Eichmann (Ben Kingsley) from Argentina. The primary agent and our protagonist is Peter Malkin (Oscar Isaac), who isn’t that well liked […]

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‘Searching’ is a Sharp Thriller That Uses a Unique POV to Unravel a Compelling Mystery – Review

A quick overview: Searching is about the mysterious disappearance of a sixteen-year-old girl named Margot Kim (Michelle La) with almost no traces of where she is. We follow her widowed father David Kim (John Cho) as he looks through her laptop in hopes that he can find out where she could have gone and how this happened.  What follows is […]

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‘Upgrade’ Is One of the Best Genre Films of the Summer (Spoiler-Free Review)

This sci-fi/action film showcases what it would be like if The Six Million Dollar Man met John Wick. The result: an intense and shockingly violent film, with amazing fight choreography, a dash of body horror, and a grim twist. The story takes place in the near future with our lives relying on technology. Imagine if Amazon’s Alexa or Apple’s Siri […]

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GOC Comic Reviews: ‘Batman #46’

Batman #46 Written by Tom King Art by Tony S. Daniel Inks by Sandu Florea and colours by Tomu Morey   George R.R. Martin step aside, Tom King has written something no one saw coming, and it will leave you shocked and muttering “what?” under your breath for a couple of minutes after you’ve read this issue. In #Batman 46, it’s been […]

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GOC Comic Reviews: ‘Action Comics Special #1’

Action Comics Special #1 Written by: Dan Jurgens, Mark Russell, Max Landis. Art by: Will Conrad, Jill Thompson, Francis Manapul. Colour by: Wil Quintana, Romulo Fajardo Jr While this is a “Superman” story, this particular issue focuses on one of his greatest villains who, in a way, defined who he is and has shaped him in more ways than one. […]

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‘Ready Player One’: An Amazing Nostalgia-Filled Movie With Action, Fun & Great Visuals. Spoiler-Free Review

Y’all, let me be the first to tell you, Ready Player One exceeded expectations and delivered on ALL fronts. Here we have a solid story with some heart, great portrayal of characters you love to root for, an exceptionally menacing antagonist, and more nostalgia and easter eggs than any geek could ask for. I stand by this statement in saying this is […]

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‘Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet’ Spoiler-Free Review: Step Aside Kirito a New Hero Has Arrived

Sword Art Online is a franchise which I will always hold dear to my heart. After spending countless hours watching the anime, reading the light novels and playing Hollow Fragment on the Vita, I’ve established a sincere kinship with Kirito and his friends. So, when I caught word that Kirito wouldn’t be taking the lead in Sword Art Online: Fatal […]