Darius French

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I feel at odds here with Jumanji: The Next Level. It’s probably the physical embodiment as to why most video-game adaptations of classic franchises haven’t always worked due to either faulty execution, lack of ideas, or maybe a little bit of b... Read the full review »
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Just when you think the world can’t get any darker or hypocritical for that matter, “Dark Waters” makes you open your eyes even wider. It isn’t just a film that tells us about one of the biggest companies in the world being a symbol of ind... Read the full review »
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I hereby find the defendant “Knives Out” guilty for being too star-studded, too twisty, and devilishly too much fun. To my complete bewilderment, this turned out to be one of the biggest surprises I’ve seen the entire year and I’m more tha... Read the full review »
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A good conspiracy plot can make any generic cop movie feel bold and fearless and while “21 Bridges” THINKS it’s spraying several thousand rounds of ammunition and information at us, for everything it thought it was and wanted to be, it’s a... Read the full review »
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3 weeks ago
I still feel conflicted with everything I watched but at the end of the day, it’s safe to say “Charlie’s Angels (2019)” barely, and I mean BARELY manages take flight but comes to an indefinite crash-landing. The film isn’t destined to b... Read the full review »
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4 weeks ago
As a sincere tribute to a pivotal figure in American history, “Harriet” is almost every bit of the movie that this courageous woman deserved. I was inclined to call it one of my biggest surprises of 2019, but even as I sit here to talk about i... Read the full review »
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To say “Doctor Sleep” came off as a pleasant surprise is putting it lightly; this film shines (no pun intended) with flying colors both as a stand-alone installment and as a follow up to the classic 1980’s film. The film manages to balance... Read the full review »
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I’m just gonna be frank with it. “Terminator: Dark Fate” is, in my personal opinion, the worst film of the franchise by far, without hyperbole. It is Blues Brothers 2000 type of bad, ok? Acting is surpassingly wooden, characters are incompe... Read the full review »
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So in a turn of events that I absolutely saw coming, “Countdown” ended up being complete dogshit. Outside of the dedicated performances and better than average production values, there isn’t a single thing that this film gets right. The on... Read the full review »
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It’s become apparent that SONY’s common thread in their films as of late has been one step forward and at least three steps back. “Black and Blue”, unfortunately, is yet another step BACKWARDS for this continuous trend. This story had a lo... Read the full review »