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After two majorly successful films that seemed to reinvigorate an overwhelmingly stale genre, John Wick returns to theaters guns blazing ..read more
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Pokémon: Detective Pikachu is like a high-quality, made-for-TV movie that you watch as a kid on Cartoon Network. It had the perfect blend ..read more
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The Marvel Cinematic Universe has come to dominate, and in some ways redefine, the action genre. Every major franchise has taken their shot ..read more
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The Great Movie Debate by Thegreatmoviedebates - 5M ago

Does anybody, can anybody, get as much credit for molding the art style of motion picture animation as Mr. Walt Disney? What began as one ..read more
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I’ve decided to try something new and begin publishing some of my original short stories to my well-established film review blog. For ..read more
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The Great Movie Debate by Thegreatmoviedebates - 5M ago

Laika has begun to establish themselves as the crowned kings of stop-motion animation, and for good reason. Their debut film Coraline has ..read more
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The Great Movie Debate by Thegreatmoviedebates - 5M ago

Who knew that one of DC’s most entertaining and thought-provoking movies would be Shazam!, the first in the series to not really take ..read more
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The Great Movie Debate by Thegreatmoviedebates - 5M ago

I’ve been hesitant in past years getting my hopes up for films that are in some way a remake, reboot, or sequel. I guess I’m just tired ..read more
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Disney continues its streak of remaking their most beloved animated flicks into 2019, starting with everyone’s favorite pachyderm Dumbo. ..read more
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Today I’ve decided to take a retrospective look at Disney’s 1985 redheaded stepchild The Black Cauldron. This fantasy flick was a box- ..read more

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