Christian Ramos

‘Wild Nights with Emily’ dispels the myth of a reclusive Emily Dickinson and instead tells of the love story between her and friend Susan Gilbert.

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After more than 20 years, the world finally receives a live action Pokémon lead by the always popular Pikachu who is on the case of a missing detective a rogue Pokémon.

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The sixth entry to ‘The Conjuring’ series drowns itself in a pool of its own cliches.

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‘Storm Boy’ is a powerful family film about the love and bond between a boy and a pelican.

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In ‘The Wind’, one woman’s fear of isolation and the dark on the undeveloped plains leads to sinister happenings around her cabin.

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Julianne Moore is Gloria Bell, a woman looking for love on the dance floor and dancing to her own beat.

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A detective with issues of her owns follows the clues to a case of a dead scientist in this banal crime drama.

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Rom-com returns to form in ‘Isn’t It Romantic,’ which destroys the clichés and invents new ways to tell a romantic and funny story.

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‘The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part’ is all over the place.

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‘They Shall Not Grow Old’ receives a wide releases to be witnessed by more audience in understanding the horrors of the First World War told through new groundbreaking technology.

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[Rating: Solid Rock Fist Up]  Getting it out of the way early, yes indeed The Standoff at Sparrow Creek is similar to the classic film The Usual Suspects. Don’t quote me on that film since it’s been ages, but it’s iconic enough not to compare the two. But it’s certainly a mystery whodunit with a […]

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‘Burning’ is the ultimate meme of “You vs. the guy she tells you not to worry about,” shrouded in a tense mystery.

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‘If Beale Street Could Talk’ talks about two lovers who find themselves facing racial injustice that threatens to tear them apart and the strongest love they have for one another that is seeking to keep them together.

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‘Welcome to Marwen’ deals with PTSD much like it’s resident dolls, in an artificial and very plastic nature.

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‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’, Disney’s first sequel in nearly two decades, is full of nostalgia, tech-savvy surprises, and heart.

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