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Best and Worst Films of 2018

You’ve seen other writers make their picks now last but certainly not least, it’s my turn so without further ado, here are my personal picks for the top 10 best and worst films of 2018 (along with some honorable/dishonorable mentions).

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Best and Worst Films of 2018

You’ve seen other writers make their picks but it’s my turn so now, here are my personal picks for the top 10 best and worst films of 2018 (along with some honorable/dishonorable mentions). Stay tuned for more picks from our other writers.

Continue reading “Best and Worst Films of 2018”

Best and Worst Films of 2018

You’ve seen other writers make their picks but it’s my turn so now, here are my personal picks for the top 10 best and worst films of 2018. Stay tuned for more picks from our other writers.

Continue reading “Best and Worst Films of 2018”

2018 Year in Review (Comedy)

This year was a lot of things when it came to movies, especially for comedy. Comedies capture culture and a year better than most genres. It is a broad label, and many films can be described in some way or another as a comedy. There aren’t any specifications for what is considered a comedy film here, more just what feels right. Here are my picks for the 5 best and worst comedies of 2018.

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Best and Worst Films of 2018

You’ve seen other writers make their picks but it’s my turn so now, here are my personal picks for the top 10 best and worst films of 2018. Stay tuned for more picks from our other writers.
Continue reading “Best and Worst Films of 2018”

This Week in Home Video (Tuesday October 9th)

If you are unsure about this week’s DVD, Blu-Ray, or digital releases, maybe our site’s reviews can help. Click the posters for reviews and now you can now purchase or rent movies from Amazon or iTunes Canada (if applicable) by clicking the buttons below. Please support the site by either purchasing or renting these movies as we receive a small commision for each purchase and/or rental.

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Eighth Grade – A Trip Down Memory Lane (Guest Review)

Any film or TV series that deals with student life has the pressure of its cast delivering some great, relatable performances. That isn’t to say that child actors can’t deliver phenomenal performances, but some are still discovering what kind of actor they are so it can be real hit or miss. The last few coming of age stories have been promising so hopefully Bo Burnham’s directorial debut can follow that trend.

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