Review: The Mitchells Vs The Machines (2021) – The Robot Dilemma

The Mitchells Vs The Machines I won't lie and say I don't see the irony of people like me using their personal blogs and social media to proclaim how truly great the latest animation from Sony Animations Studios and Lord/Miller Productions, The Mitchells Vs the Machines is. After all it is a film not so …

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Review: Palm Springs (2021) – Same Old Time Loop?

Andy Samberg and Cristin Milioti in Palm Springs I struggled for a long time with how to start this as we all know how this goes, the age old saga of the time loop movie and the reviews talking about in one way or another how they don't live up to Groundhog Day or some …

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Review: I Care A Lot (2021) – Going Down With The Showboat

Rosamund Pike in I Care A Lot Early on in J Blakeson's I Care A Lot there is a moment of acknowledgement, where in voiceover Marla (Rosamund Pike) tells the audience that being good and adhering to societies rules is weak. It's a hot take that's for sure but mostly it sets the stage for …

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Review-Lite: To All The Boys. Always and Forever (2021)

Lana Condor and Noah Centineo in To All The Boys: Always and Forever The first of two conclusions to Netflix's collection of teen romances, To All The Boys: Always and Forever ends a trilogy that unlike other teen franchise The Kissing Booth actually allowed its characters to grow and change over the course of its …

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Review-Lite: The Map of Tiny Perfect Things (2021)

Kathryn Newton and Kyle Allen in The Map of Tiny Perfect Things There is nothing more timeless than the time loop movie. Be it Groundhog Day or Edge of Tomorrow (both name checked here with gleeful abandon) and honestly, considering lately, each day has the tendency to roll into the last one and so on …

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Review-Lite: The Babysitter – Killer Queen (2020)

Judah Lewis in The Babysitter: Killer Queen Nobody expected The Babysitter to be entertaining, let alone funny but director McG's 2017 film was everything people didn't expect. It was charming, bloody, funny and ultimately a smart piece of horror comedy. His follow up to the series, a continuation of Cole's (Judah Lewis) story involving crazed …

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