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'Borat 2' Movie Review: Shock Value Achieved

Borat Subsequent Moviefilm Review 

Sacha Baron Cohen returns as Borat for another glorious movie making fools of Americans in BORAT SUBSEQUENT MOVIEFILM: DELIVERY OF PRODIGIOUS BRIBE TO AMERICAN REGIME FOR MAKE BENEFIT ONCE GLORIOUS NATION OF KAZAKHSTAN. And what a time to do it. Fourteen years later, Cohen picks up his character with ease to shock and make audiences uncomfortable once again.

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'Rebecca' Movie Review: Armie Hammer and Lily James' Chemistry Is Off The Charts

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Based on the 1938 gothic novel by Daphne du Maurier, director Ben Wheatley brings the book to life for the big screen with Armie Hammer and Lily James. However the director has a tall order to fill since Alfred Hitchcock tackled the adaptation with Laurence Olivier and Joan Fontaine in 1940 which led to 10 Academy Award nominations and three wins for Best Picture, Best Cinematography, and Best Actor for Olivier. Luckily I am not familiar with either the book or original adaptation, so this viewer will judge the new Netflix movie on its own merit.

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'Possessor Uncut' Movie Review: A Modern Day Body Snatching Movie

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Director Brandon Cronenberg is certainly related to the King of Venereal Horror - David Cronenberg (SCANNERS, THE FLY, DEAD RINGERS). Brandon's new film, POSSESSOR is a highly-stylized sci-fi thriller about the loss of human connection through technology. Brandon Cronenberg is certainly a new visionary director to look out for.

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'The Opening Act' Movie Review: Jimmy Yang and Cedric The Entertainer Are Endearing

The Opening Act Jimmy Yang

Jimmy Yang stars as a struggling comedian in THE OPENING ACT with Cedric the Entertainer, Ken Jeong, Bill Burr, SNL's Alex Moffat, Felipe Esparza and a few cameos from other stand-up comics. Yang is phenomenal in capturing the hardships of overcoming your insecurities and sticking to something you're passionate about no matter the profession.

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Movie Review: 'Padre No Hay Mas Que Uno' is a Hilarious Spanish Comedy

Padre No Hay Mas Que Uno

The 2019 Spanish hit from popular filmmaker Santiago Segura is now available on VOD, and it's a hilarious family comedy in the vein of MR. MOM (1983). PADRE NO HAY MÁS QUE UNO stars Santiago Segura as a husband and father of five who encourages his wife to take a vacation away from the family. He assures her he can handle the children along with his 9 to 5. When he gets in over his head, hilarity ensues.

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'Totally Under Control' Review: A Shocking COVID-19 Documentary

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The failures of the United States federal government to contain COVID-19 is well-documented in the media but a new documentary, TOTALLY UNDER CONTROL tracks the rise of the deadly virus in broader terms. From Academy Award-winning director Alex Gibney with Suzanne Hillinger and Ophelia Harutyunyan, the documentary was filmed in secrecy for the past five months in order to get on record insider information revealing details behind the failed response. TOTALLY UNDER CONTROL compares South Korea's response in contrast to the United States which makes for a riveting watch.

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Spoiler Review: ‘The Boys’ Season 2 Finale Was Extremely Satisfying

The Boys Season 2 finale

As show finales goes, “The Boys” season 2 finale is one of the best in television history. Episode 8 titled “What I Know” was jam-packed with twists, turns and action. The highly satisfying end to season 2 was also full of zingers and indirect digs at the perpetrators of the current racial divide. Below is a run down of the show with spoilers including two deaths, one resurrection and a happy ending for some.

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Watch List Recommendations: RGB, Away, Devil All The Time, Antebellum

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In this week's watch list, my viewing options have been influenced by current events in America. After Supreme Court darling Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed, it was time to finally watch the RGB documentary and the movie based on her life with Felicity Jones playing the Notorious RBG in ON THE BASIS OF SEX. Check out my other recommendations for the week.

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