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The movie takes Pete Davidson and moves him into an alternate reality, one where a tragedy has rendered him physically and spiritually inert.
Underground continues the eternal battle, wherein Michael Bay pits sound and fury against mind and spirit….
It’s a fluffy little horror soufflé that excels at being adequate until the final act, when the whole thing collapses into a sugary mound of disappointment.
Falcon is a film of surprises, especially in how it takes what could’ve been a cheap and maudlin story and transforms it into consistently funny and moving entertainment.
This is a fun, breezy movie with some serious undertones, all which are greatly enhanced by the propulsive fury of Bruce Springsteen’s music.
It’s weird, wild, and more than a little bit bloody, but if you can settle into its groove, you might find Ready a steady dose of junk food entertainment.
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For this episode of Cinemavino, we take a look at Tarantino’s new film, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.
Crawl sets out to be an old-fashioned, armrest-grabbing hootenanny, and damned if it doesn’t accomplish exactly that
On this week’s Cinemavino, we take a look at the worst movies we’ve ever paid to endure. We also drink some delicious Red Zinfandel from Bedrock Winery.
“Movies are so rarely great art that if we cannot appreciate great trash we have very little reason to be interested in them>’
The Devil All the Time (2020)
For 138 minutes, the filmmakers invite us to wallow in the slop, along with a platoon of unpleasant, unredeemable characters. Read more…
Devotees of the 1998 classic will find homages sprinkled throughout the story, right alongside a host of welcome changes. Read more…
The Rental (2020)
Horror skeptics take heed from one of your own: This one might just scare the be-jeebers outta ya. Read more…
Bill and Ted Face the Music (2020)
As for me, I'll feel safe in saying that this movie made me laugh out loud more than once. No way? Yes. Way. Read more…
Boys State (2020)
Whatever your political proclivities may be, Boys State is likely to make you laugh, make you angry, or even inspire you, sometimes within the span on a single speech. Read more…