“Toy Story 4” Arrives Next Summer

The “Toy Story” saga continues next summer and Pixar just released the new trailer. There isn’t much there that reveals anything about the story but fans will still be thrilled.


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Movie Fashback – Isla Fisher in “Wedding Crashers” as the ultimate Stage 5 Clinger!

When we think of the beautiful Isla Fisher, we think of her role in “Wedding Crashers” as the ultimate “stage 5 clinger.” Her scenes were hilarious and scary all at the same time!

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“Bohemian Rhapsody” hits theaters this weekend

The long-awaited Queen biopic arrives this weekend. The reviews are a bit mixed, but even the less complimentary reviews acknowledge it’s a fun ride celebrating the music and career of this great rock band. Also, most praise the performance of Rami Malek as Freddie Mercury. With Queen’s amazing music on full display, it’s hard to imagine this one won’t be fun, even if it isn’t the most nuanced story one could tell about this band.


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The new “Halloween” gets solid reviews


With the flood of reboots, it’s hard to get excited about yet another “Halloween” movie, but this one bringing back Jamie Lee Curtis is getting some very solid reviews.

Here’s a take from the Bullz-Eye.com review:

Those elements aside, “Halloween” is an engaging, brutal, creepy and occasionally hilarious horror film. All of the actors, including Will Patton as a local police officer and Toby Huss as Karen’s husband, deliver great work, covering the emotional gamut while feeling natural and very relatable. It’s a wonder to see Curtis inhabit the role again, stepping into Laurie’s shoes once more but in a different way. The character is written and performed beautifully; she’s a flawed person who is still broken in many ways but also contains a well of strength in the face of evil. The fact that her pain and anger have caused so many problems in her life and with her loved ones is a sad but recognizable facet of her traumatic experience. The filmmakers take great care not to paint Laurie as a misunderstood genius or a basket case but instead as someone whose life was forever altered in ways she may never understand due to her violent encounter.

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Michael Moore’s “Fahrenheit 11/9” hits theaters soon

We see this mess on TV every day . . . so will people go to the theaters to watch as well? Should be interesting . . .


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