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'Black Panther: Wakanda Forever' Movie Review: A Thoughtful and Emotional Sequel

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Chadwick Boseman is smiling down at Ryan Coogler and his cast mates for delivering a heartfelt and action-packed follow-up in BLACK PANTHER: WAKANDA FOREVER. The sequel honors Chadwick Boseman and respectfully hands down the baton to the next in line. It’s a thoughtful script, and like the first movie, Coogler interweaves superheroism with social commentary.

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'Prey For The Devil' Movie Review: A Fresh Take On Exorcism

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Don’t let the PG-13 rating fool you, PREY FOR THE DEVIL is one freaky good time that will have you holding on to your theater partner. With no shortage of exorcism movies, director Daniel Stamm brings a fresh take on exorcism movies for the first two-thirds of the movie until the final sequence treads familiar territory.

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Movie Review: Sinéad O'Connor Documentary- Nothing Compares

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Sinéad O'Connor burst onto the music scene in the late 80s with her soulful voice but her controversial comments and shredding of Pope John Paul II's picture on live television forced her out of the limelight. In NOTHING COMPARES, director Kathryn Ferguson (TAKING THE WATERS, SPACE TO BE) presents a different side to the Irish singer/songwriter, framing her as a trailblazer and perhaps the first spokesperson for the MeToo movement.

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‘Black Adam’ Review: A Better Action Movie Than Superhero Flick

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Dwayne Johnson enters the DCEU with a bang. BLACK ADAM is relentlessly action-packed with Johnson bringing his A-Game as the anti-hero. However, the stakes are just not that compelling, and the introduction of the Justice Society of America (JSA) is disappointing. The Warner Bros. film delivers the action but fails as a superhero film.

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Movie Review: ‘Cuando Sea Joven’ with Veronica Castro and Natasha Dupeyron

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Mexico’s beloved actress Veronica Castro hits the big screen in CUANDO SEA JOVEN along with Natasha Dupeyron (Casa de Flores) playing her 22-year-old self. The comedy is a wholesome good time for the entire family, especially for your abuelitas. The swapping lives plot has been done to death but this one brings a few surprises and lots of charm. 

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'Halloween Ends' Review: Ranking the Last Trilogy

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HALLOWEEN ENDS wraps Jamie Lee Curtis' Laurie Strode storyline but that doesn't mean the end of Michael Myers in a reincarnated form. While his latest entry ends the franchise for now, most fans didn't find it satisfying. It wasn't the worst out of the trilogy so here's our ranking of the last three films.

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TV Review: 'Andor' - The Proper 'Star Wars' Follow-up

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The Star Wars movies and series under Disney have largely played to fan service but Andor creates a whole new world outside of the existing Star Wars universe that feels fresh and cinematic. Disney+ 12-episode series takes its time setting up this new world and the characters that will play a part in the early days of the Rebellion but it’s worth it.

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'Cars on the Road' Disney Plus Series Review

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Lightning McQueen and Mater team up for Disney+’s CARS spin-off series in Cars on the Road. Owen Wilson and Larry the Cable Guy return to voice the animated vehicles in an all-new adventure in nine short but sweet episodes that remind us why we love these Pixar characters so much.

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