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Reviews of the most recent blockbusters (and maybe the occasional TV show)

Review: Child’s Play

Chucky returns in a reboot of the 1988 horror classic Child’s Play, as an internet connected “Buddi” doll named Chucky takes his protectiveness of his new owner Andy Barclay to horrifying extremes.
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Review: Men in Black International

Tessa Thompson and Chris Hemsworth take over the MiB franchise as Agents M and H, who have to suss out a mole in MiB’s London branch while also having to protect what could be possibly the most dangerous weapon in the galaxy.
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Review: Dark Phoenix

The Fox era of X-Men comes to a lackluster end after almost 20 years as Dark Phoenix is a boring, lifeless rehash of prior X-Men movie plots and character motivations.
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Review: Godzilla: King of the Monsters

Five years after the events of Godzilla (2014), all of the “Titans” discovered and contained by Monarch are unleashed, including the only true rival to Godzilla’s alpha predator status, Ghidorah.
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Review: John Wick Chapter 3 – Parabellum

The John Wick series continues to put basically all other action movies to shame as the third chapter continues to ramp up the absurdly great action set-pieces and expands the world of The High Table/The Continental as John goes on the run with no resources and a $14 million bounty on his head.
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Review: Shazam!

Following on the heels of the wonderfully goofy insanity of Aquaman, Shazam is another fun and funny entry into the DC universe as teenager Billy Batson gains fantastic powers from an ancient wizard and must learn to control them and what it means to be a true hero.
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Review: Triple Threat

A must-see event for old school action/martial arts fans, Triple Threat brings together Iko Uwais, Tiger Chen, and Tony Jaa to take on Scott Adkins, Michael Jai White, Michael Bisping, and Jeeja Yanin in the latest from director Jesse V. Johnson.
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Review: Captain Marvel

Before we find out if she is the key to defeating Thanos in Avengers: Endgame, Carol Danvers makes her MCU debut in the 90’s throwback, Captain Marvel
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Review: Cold Pursuit

Liam Neeson is back for revenge in Cold Pursuit, looking to take down the drug kingpin who ordered his son killed but things here are a lot quirkier and darkly humorous than your typical Neeson revenge thriller.
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Review: Glass

The third entry in what’s now a trilogy, Glass brings together the characters of Unbreakable and Split as David Dunn, Mr. Glass, and Kevin Wendell Crumb find themselves in a mental asylum run by Dr. Staple, who tries to convince the trio they do not have superpowers but are simply suffering from a mental delusion.
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