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Aladdin (2019) Film Review

Upon its release in 1992, Disney's Aladdin made history. It not only became the first animated film to earn more than $500 million at the global box office, but it was also the highest-grossing film of that year. Given the popularity of

Welcome to Me (2014)

When set free, there’s something genuinely unhinged about Kristen Wiig’s performances. Of all the members of the new comedy royalty currently reigning on big and small screen alike, she’s the least predictable. Where Tina Fey brings biting…

Wreck-It Ralph (2012)

Ralph (voiced by John C. Reilly) is a videogame villain who dreams of doing something more with his life. He doesn't really like being the bad guy and feels that his work is never appreciated. He certainly never gets a medal. So one day he…

3:10 To Yuma (2007)

Having never seen the original 3:10 To Yuma, I cannot say how this remake directed by James Mangold compares to it. I can, however, say that this is an enjoyable Western with a great cast that should be enjoyed by fans of the genre.…

Top 10 Will Smith Movies

I really like Will Smith. A hell of a lot. Have you ever seen him on the promotional trail for any movie that he's promoting? The guy is always full of good cheer and great energy and gives perhaps more value on every TV show and interview…

Serenity (2005)

There are some movies that you respond so well to that they get under your skin and seem almost alive to you. You remember every detail of the plot, every visual cue, every aspect of the characters, as if they were old friends. There are a…

Dead By Dawn 2011

It seemed quite fitting that after a week or more of decidedly un-Scottish good weather the rain would begin to fall once again as the great, horror-filled event known as Dead By Dawn kicked off in The Filmhouse in Edinburgh. The…

Tucker & Dale vs. Evil (2010)

The killer hillbilly has long been a solid genre staple and this movie, that seems to have been languishing without a distributor for far too long (especially when you find out just how brilliant it is), turns that concept on its head with…