The Flash Rises Above Dceu Films Before It

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It’s been a few years since the Justice League got together and saved the Earth from Mother Boxes, the Steppe Wolf and confusing narratives. So now that Barry Allen/The Flash has time to think? He

Review of the Horror Film Malibu

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Based on the basis that he used in his first act, I really thought that Malibu Horror Story was a complete twist on the horror subgenre commonly known as “found footage”. When the movie landed

Review of Stronger by Stress Film

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Andzei Matsukevit’s ‘Stronger through Stress’ is a documentary that recalls many of the trends, messages and practices that you can experience in the media today. I can guarantee that at some point you have already

Review of El Carrito a Short Film

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Some short films are written and filmed with absolute respect for the medium in which they are executed. Thinking that not all short films are consistent with this pattern “which is only effective when done

Maysville Honest Film Review

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Our main character in Maysville is being held back by such a terrible incident that it’s hard to understand how a movie can take off after something like this. As a filmmaker, you have a

Not to Forget Film Survey

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We’ve probably heard this many times before. Different filmmakers send such an important message and everyone materializes their own view of it. Regardless of the outcome, belief in this “should” is crucial to understanding the

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

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We’re all on the same page with the MCUniverse, right? Magic, monsters, multiverses, time travel, yada yada? Cool. Because after all that Doctor Strange, Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch and their friendly neighborhood Spider-Man have been doing

Basically Jurassic Park Territory

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tory: Really? All right. Dinosaurs. Around the world. The OG Park crew and the World-is team up to make prehistoric locusts. Trust me, keep going. Genre I want to put it in: silly fun with

Thor Love and Thunder Goats Dolphins

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The last time we left Thor, he had joined the Guardians of the Galaxy. And there he is, part of the team… but separately. It seems that he is still coming to terms with what

Going to the Worlds Fair Horror Film Review

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There is a very interesting story in We all go to the World Exhibition. It resonates deeply in a conversation about our current relationship with technology and social media, and the consequences of the lack

Honest Film Review Love in Kilnerry

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Love in Kilnerry has every chance to become a success. It’s an unconventional comedy with enough cliches to remember some sleeper hits about a city rising from the ashes, with a compelling narrative that can

Tiger 24 Film Review

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Warren Pereira’s excellent documentary Tiger 24 allows for very awkward questions. Without neglecting the ecological aspect of the production itself, the director puts his hand on his subjects and yes, opens the window on the

I Will Find You Film Review

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Using the Second World Debate as a context for a romantic film is not easy. You have to balance every dramatic element without ignoring the absolute horror of the Debate itself, let alone one that

Review of Pistoleros Death Drugs and Rock N Roll

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You’ve probably heard the story finally being told before in Steven B. Esparza’s Gunslingers: Death, Drugs and Rock and Roll. Promising musicians meet with temperament, and a promising career is completely broken. Some of those