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IF (2024)

IF John Krasinski really has a knack for putting heart, personality, and care into his films. More importantly, he showcases the power of family and connections perfectly, no matter the genre or context of the characters. IF was …

Abigail

Abigail (2024) The trailer made me think this would be silly, but it still seemed like it could be fun. After reading all the great reviews, I was actually feeling positive about it. Sadly, after watching it, I …

Tarot

Tarot (2024) When I walked into the cinema to watch Tarot, I had only one thought on my mind: ‘Oh great, here we go again…’ The film industry at the moment is obsessed with these short little horrors …

Fall Guy

The Fall Guy (2024) Get ready to buckle up for a wild ride because “Fall Guy” delivers a rollercoaster of action-packed fun! Directed by the mastermind behind adrenaline-pumping films, David Leitch, this movie proves once again that he …

Challengers

Challengers (2024) Let’s kick things off by celebrating Zendaya’s incredible year! From “Dune 2” to now “Challengers,” where she not only shines as the lead but also flexes her producing muscles, it’s safe to say she’s acing every …

Immaculate

Immaculate (2024) The horror genre has always had a strong bond with womanhood and the journey females take through their lives. We have seen it with “Carrie,” “Rosemary’s Baby,” and even animations like “Coraline.” A lot of these …

Roadhouse

Roadhouse (2024) So, I strapped in for the ride with the new “Road House,” fueled by positive rumors and promising reviews. I didn’t expect a cinematic masterpiece, but I did anticipate being entertained with a fun-filled flick that …

Spaceman

Spaceman (2024) Spaceman was a journey. I’m not 100% sure what that journey was or what I expected, but it was definitely something. Spaceman discusses some eye-opening topics and takes a philosophical approach that makes you wonder about …

Damsel

Damsel (2024) Another Netflix flick hits the screen, this time with a decent budget and a handful of promising ideas. But alas, once again, they miss the mark, leaving us with a predictable tale. Now, I’ll be upfront—I’m …