Christian Ramos

[Rating: Minor Rock Fist Up]  The world of fashion, from the minimal stance I know of it based on The Devil Wears Prada, is a cutthroat world. All of these different designers trying to be some of the best on the planet. Showcasing their outfits that the common man or woman would probably never find […]

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[Rating: Solid Rock Fist Up] 2018, in the Chinese calendar marks the year of the dog. Those ever loyal, ever fun loving pets that stick by our side and make us feel a little bit better about life. Being the year of the dog, many dog themed movies have been coming out this year, be […]

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‘Eighth Grade’ finds its footing in being a film about Generation Z, a group that have relied on technology to make them feel better about themselves, and one young girl who wants to find her confidence in life.

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 [Rating: Minor Rock Fist Down]  Things have changed in the last 10 years for movie musicals. Ten years ago at the Academy Awards, Hugh Jackman yelled out “THE MUSICAL IS BACK” and an entire song and dance number with Beyonce followed to prove his point that sometimes, people want to go to a movie musical […]

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In this cliched road trip dramedy, Christopher Plummer and Vera Farmiga play a father and daughter learning to bond, despite their years of estrangement.

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 [Rating: Swiss Fist]  Twenty-five years ago, Jurassic Park was released around the world and quickly became one of the highest-grossing films of all time and changed cinematic technology by bring dinosaurs to life with CGI. Now, numerous mediocre sequels later, another mediocre sequel is brought back from extinction. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (director J.A. Boyona […]

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An adaptation of a famous Russian play, ‘The Seagull’ never gets off the ground.

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‘Ocean’s 8’ provides thrills and delight in this new heist film with an all-star cast that even you would be okay stealing from you.

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‘Adrift’ finds two lovers stranded in the Pacific Ocean with only their love, stamina and a damaged boat keeping them alive.

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‘The Rider’ is a slow trot through broken dreams resolved by hope and friendship.

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In ‘Disobedience’ two Rachels, Weisz and McAdams, find themselves in a forbidden romance that test their communities religious morals.

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In ‘Final Portrait’, Geoffrey Rush spends weeks getting the ideal job done, painting a dashing Armie Hammer in this otherwise underwhelming film.

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Good intentions aren’t enough in this lame comedy from Amy Schumer.

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When young Anna escapes from her forest prison, she starts to come of age but under sinister circumstances which have haunted her dreams her whole life.

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‘Isle of Dogs’ has a tender touch as a quirky comedy, lead by a pack of wild dogs who hope their quest to help a young boy leads to their own protection from destruction.

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