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  • Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers Review: These Two Gumshoes Are Picking Up The Slack
    In 2022, Disney+ has brought new life to the Rescue Rangers, but not the way you'd think. The new movie Chip 'n Dale: Rescue Rangers takes place in a world where cartoons and real life collide--much like Who Framed Roger Rabbit?--and the titular chipmunks have to save one of their friends, 30 years after their TV series was canceled. While the idea of this movie may be a little bizarre, it has an exceptionally brilliant voice cast and is one of the funniest films of the year.In the late '80s, the anthropomorphic chipmunks Chip 'n' Dale got their own animated...
  • Top Gun: Maverick Review - 36 Years Later And Back In The Danger Zone
    When a sequel to a beloved movie is made, it's typically within a few years. Some take a bit longer, sure, but Top Gun: Maverick is a true anomaly. The original film was released 36 years ago, before many of Maverick's young cast members were even born. Now, the franchise is blazing a trail back into theaters, and, as surprising as it may sound, the return of Top Gun was more than worth the wait.Top Gun: Maverick picks up 36 years after the first film and finds Pete "Maverick" Mitchell (Tom Cruise) still ruffling the feathers of superior officers, which...
  • Men Review -- Myths, Monsters, And Misogyny
    Writer/director Alex Garland has made a career for himself in film and TV by delivering sweepingly high-concept sci-fi with horrific, surreal twists and stunning cinematography. Movies like Ex Machina and limited series like Devs have confronted the ethical ramifications and possibilities of things like artificial intelligence and quantum computing, while projects like Annihilation have dug into the existential predicaments of alien life--and while each have certainly been scary in their own rights, none have been fully realized, capital-H Horror Movies. His latest project, Men, seeks to change that, allowing Garland to pivot from sleek, modern science fiction to the unquestionably...
  • Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness Review -- Dimension-Hopping Horrors
    Doctor Strange has been a busy guy in the MCU, despite his only solo outing happening six years ago, a massive gap in the usually tightly scheduled coordination of these superhero stories. Still, even with the gap in his resume Strange has certainly not been absent from the movies as a whole, with major parts other outings to keep him growing and changing. With that said, it's easy to see how Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness would have a lot of plates to keep spinning, serving not only as a sequel to Doctor Strange proper, but as a...
  • Netflix's Choose Or Die Review - A Horror Thriller That's Better Than Expected
    Netflix’s Choose or Die is a surprisingly well-made horror thriller. Modest in scope and budget, the film defies the expectations its premise affords; placing it in your queue would be akin to picking it up on a whim one night while perusing the aisles of a local video store. You weren’t expecting much after looking it over but still hoped that you paid for something decent. Thankfully, Choose or Die is more than just decent. It’s actually good.Directed by Toby Meakins (Bite Size Horror), Choose or Die follows the story of Kayla (Iola Evans), a young woman struggling to support...
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