Via JUMPCUT ONLINE-REVIEW: Mortal Engines (2018)

Directed by: Christian Rivers Starring: Hera Hilmar, Robert Sheehan, Hugo Weaving, Jihae Written by Elena Morgan Based on the book by Philip Reeve, Mortal Engines is set in a post-apocalyptic future where in order to survive, whole towns and cities are on wheels, roaming the Earth looking for fuel. Smaller towns are on the constant […]

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Via Welcome to Moviz Ark!-‘Project Blue Book’: Aidan Gillen Investigates UFOs In First Trailer of the History Series!!

History has released the first trailer for its UFO drama Project Blue Book. The series stars Aidan Gillen as a skeptical college professor who is recruited by the US Air Force to lead investigations into UFO-related phenomena, and also features a cast that includes Laura Mennell, Michael Harney, and Michael Malarkey; watch the trailer here… […]

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Via B&S About Movies-Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018)

When discussing the Star Wars prequels, comedian Patton Oswalt said: “I was thinking the other day about a time machine…and the first thing I thought of doing if I actually had a time machine, is that I would go back in time to about 1993 or ’94, and kill George Lucas with a shovel.” So you […]

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Via We Review. You Watch. – Solo: A Star Wars Story Review

Skip it. 5/10 “I’m Han Solo. Yeah nobody cares” Less of a Star Wars movie and more of a B-grade action film that’s set in the distant future. Solo: A Star Wars Story appears to be one of the largest signals that the Star Wars cow has officially begun to stop producing quality milk. What […]

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Via The Anomalous Host -Fahrenheit 451 (2018) Review and Comparison to the Novel

Rated: 2 / 5 So they did it, they made a modern adaptation of the novel (itself I have reviewed). How is it compared to the novel? As in most novel-to-film adaptations, not as good. And it suffers from some of the problems that I geared it would. Yet does have some balls with some […]

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