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'Knives Out' Movie Review: Director Rian Johnson Redeems Himself

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Last year, director/writer Rian Johnson was the most hated man for his changes to the STAR WARS saga with THE LAST JEDI, but his latest KNIVES OUT may win back some of those haters. KNIVES OUT is outrageously good with a great cast, and once again the filmmaker takes risks to bring us a fresh take  on the murdery mystery genre. 

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'A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood' Movie Review

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Tom Hanks is Mr. Rogers in A BEAUTIFUL DAY IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD but he's not the focus of the story. However, you'll leave the movie theater loving Mr. Rogers more after he helps another person overcome their anger. A Mr. Rogers bio pic never materialized but we were happily surprised. Watch my review below. 

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Will 'Gemini Man' Movie Change the Cinematic Look?

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GEMINI MAN director Ang Lee and WETA Digital have given us the first CGI human, and shot in 4K 3D to give viewers a more immersive experience. Shot with 120 frames per second the result is a virtual reality-like feel but you also get the video look. Is this the way of the future for cinema?

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Movie Review: 'Ford v Ferrari' Puts You in the Driver Seat

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James Mangold delivers a powerhouse of a film with FORD V FERRARI with electric performances by Matt Damon and Christian Bale. You don't have to be a racing or car enthusiast to enjoy this new release that's not so much about cars but a friendship that develops over creating Ford's first racing car. Too bad the Ford company doesn't fare so well as the villains in the movie. 

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'Semper Fi' Movie Review

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SEMPER FI doesn’t know what it wants to be. The testosterone-fueled melodrama turns into a prison break movie.

SEMPER FI stars Jai Courtney, Finn Wittrock, Nat Wolff, Beau Knapp and Arturo Castro. Courtney plays Cal, a by-the-book police officer and Marine Corps reservist. When his brother Oyster (Wolff) receives an unfair prison sentence, Cal enlists his brothers in arms to help break out his younger sibling.

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