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Blade Runner 2049 Review

Written By: Nick Poulimenakos & Mathew ‘JJ’ Simoes 1982’s Blade Runner is a sci-fi cult classic. A film that, upon premiering, received mixed reviews and was quickly dismissed by moviegoers. Fast forward several years, and it is now looked at as a landmark in filmmaking thanks to its incredible visuals, existential themes and a phenomenal ...

It Review

The latest adaption of Stephen King's novel It has arrived, and the film was truly terrifying and in keeping with the spirit of the novel.  One thing of note, when I refer to the film's antagonist I will alternate between Pennywise and It. It tells the story of Derry, a small town in America which is ...

Death Note Review

Written By: Artur Galvao Well it looks like the internet hates this movie, only getting a 35% on Rotten Tomatoes. However, is all this hatred justified? Are people not liking this film because it’s a bad adaptation or because it’s a bad movie? This review will attempt to answer these questions. Personally, I didn’t hate ...

The Emoji Movie Review

I have one rule when it comes to cinema. It’s that all movies deserve a chance. No movie should be judged solely based on the reviews from professional critics. Watch the movie for yourself and make your own judgement. So, that’s what I did here with The Emoji Movie. JJ and Artur refused to join ...

Dunkirk Audio Review

Written By: Nick Poulimenakos I'm still thinking of doing a formal review for Dunkirk but until then, enjoy our first movie review on YouTube! What?? A video on a Tuesday?? Blasphemy! But seriously, welcome to the first movie review on the Talkies Network channel! On today's episode, we have Christopher Nolan's WWII epic, Dunkirk! Don't ...

War for the Planet of the Apes Review

Trilogies that are consistently good might just be the rarest thing in cinema history. Every now and again however, we get a trilogy in the vein of the original Star Wars trilogy and The Dark Knight trilogy. This, is one of those times. I don’t think anyone saw a rebooted Planet of the Apes trilogy ...

Spider-Man: Homecoming Review

I grew up with the Raimi verse Spider-Man, so I had an incredible bias against the Marc Webb led reboot of the franchise.  So, when they announced a new Spider-Man, I became skeptical again, but Tom Holland amazed me in Civil War, and he amazed me again in this time around.  Spider-Man: Homecoming was the ...

Baby Driver Review

Edgar Wright is a phenomenal filmmaker. Film after film, he has proven that he pretty much can do no wrong.  From Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World to Hot Fuzz, Wright has shown that he can handle any genre, with any kind of cast.  Baby Driver marks Wright’s return to the action genre and with it, ...

Transformers: The Last Knight Review

In Michael Bay’s final entry in the Transformers Franchise (now cinematic universe) Optimus Prime has left earth, and the remaining Autobots must work with their human allies to discover a long-buried secret to save the earth from Quintessa, the transformers Creator.  Also, they have to battle the Decepticons and the Transformers Reaction Force, an anti-transformer ...

Cars 3 Review

I think I said this in my review round-up for this film but I’ll say it again.  Welcome to the sequel no one asked for, but we got anyway.  I still, to this day, find it baffling that Cars was turned into a franchise before The Incredibles but I guess toys are more important than ...

The Mummy Review

I’ll be the first to admit that I love the classic Universal Monster Movies. Frankenstein, Creature from the Black Lagoon, the original Mummy and so many more have shaped cinema into what it is today.  Much like every other film studio these days when it comes to old films, Universal decided to resurrect these classic ...

Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie Review

Written By: Artur Galvao Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie was a movie that I thought was going to be cash-grab on nostalgic memories of the people that grew up reading the book. Full disclosure, I was excited to watch this movie with one of my friends, but since I couldn’t, it was much harder ...

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