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 PAGE TURNERS/The Geekly Blog #2 ‘Carrie’ by Stephen King

Review by J.T. Johnson I must admit that over time, you are going to see Stephen King’s name quite a bit with this ongoing series of book reviews. When compiling a list of books that I would like to read over time, King ended up with his own list due to all the stories he […]

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Via Issac Meyer History of Japan Podcast – Episode 240 All in the Family, Part 2

This week, we cover the sengoku era history of the Shimazu clan, and their meteoric ascent from minor lords to major ones in the span of a few decades. Plus, the Tokugawa and the Shimazu, the role of sugar in the Shimazu clan’s fortunes, and the invasion of the Ryukyu islands. It’s a packed episode!…

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Via We Review. You Watch. -Burn After Reading Review

See it. 8/10 “Report back to me when it makes sense” If Seinfeld met the Coen Brothers, had a baby, and taught it how to use a camera, Burn After Reading would be the film that would turn out as a result. Because only the Coen Brothers can make a movie that both simultaneously appears […]

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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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