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REVIEW: To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You (2020)

Being the oldest of five siblings and, at times, almost a sort of extra parent, I watch a lot of films and series that I’m not interested in. Depending on whose turn it is to choose a movie, we could watch something I love anyway like Star Wars or Lord of the Rings, a nature …

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REVIEW: Bad Boys For Life (2020)

Bad Boys For Life picks up years after the previous film in the series. Mike and Marcus are still Bad Boys, but Marcus is starting to feel his mortality and wants to retire to be around for his newly born grandchild. But when a figure from Mike’s past comes back to haunt him, the Bad …

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REVIEW: The Boys – Season 1

Subversion has been a hot topic throughout various media in the last several years, much to fans’ chagrin – or delight, depending on who you ask. However, it is the concept of subversion that the new Amazon show The Boys relies on and utilizes to great effect. The Boys is a property I’ve b...

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REVIEW: To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before (2018)

Teenage Romantic Comedies are generally not my cup of tea. As I get older, it gets harder for me to relate to these type of movies, as I’m no longer the demographic for which they’re aiming. But every so often, a film within that genre can come around and surprise me. Today that movie is...

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REVIEW: The Bad Batch – Season 3, Episodes 14 and 15, “Flash Strike” and “The Calvary Has Arrived”

It has been an incredible season of The Bad Batch this year, making it equally exciting and sad to see the show go. This is my favorite season of The Bad Batch, a show that has gradually gotten better and more laser-focused on its overarching story. To think we went from a relatively filler-y seas...

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REVIEW: The Bad Batch – Season 3, Episode 13, “Into the Breach”

*SPOILERS* In “Into the Breach,” Rampart and the Batch wait for Echo on a strange planet. Meanwhile, Omega gets acclimated to her new roommates and asks them a few strategic questions. Dr. Sculder recommends that Omega be separated from the other “specimens,” but Emerie explains that she’s...

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