MOVIE REVIEW by Lucas Allen: ‘Gemini Man’ CGI doesn’t mask mediorce story

Gemini Man (Paramount Pictures/Skydance/Jerry Bruckheimer Productions) By Lucas Allen Last summer, Will Smith made a big screen comeback playing the Genie in Disney’s live-action version…

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MOVIE REVIEW by Lucas Allen: ‘Hustlers’ mildly entertaining

Hustlers (STX Films) By Lucas Allen In recent years, themes of female empowerment have become a focal point in the world of cinema. Each of…

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MOVIE REVIEW by Lucas Allen: ‘Joker’ goes deep, comes out on top

Joker (Warner Bros. Pictures/Village Roadshow Pictures/DC) By Lucas Allen Batman’s most famous villain The Joker has a certain power that is still felt especially beyond…

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MOVIE REVIEW by Lucas Allen: ‘Ad Astra’ is science fiction at its best

Ad Astra (20th Century Fox/Regency Enterprises) By Lucas Allen Throughout the 2010s, audiences were taken to the depths of outer space while exploring the depths…

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MOVIE REVIEW by Lucas Allen: ‘Rambo: Last Blood’ bloody good time for action fans

Rambo: Last Blood (Lionsgate Films/Millennium Media) By Lucas Allen He may be hanging up his boxing gloves for good, but Sylvester Stallone still has one…

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MOVIE REVIEW by Lucas Allen: ‘Peanut Butter Falcon’ feel-good crowd-pleaser

The Peanut Butter Falcon (Roadshow Attractions) By Lucas Allen With fall already underway, there are plenty of titles trying to go for the big cheese…

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MOVIE REVIEW by Lucas Allen: ‘It Chapter Two’ delivers

It Chapter Two (Warner Bros. Pictures/New Line Cinema) By Lucas Allen Just because summer’s over, doesn’t mean there’s any shortage of sequels coming our way….

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MOVIE REVIEW by Lucas Allen: ‘Angel Has Fallen’ decent ending to so-so trilogy

Angel Has Fallen (Lionsgate Films) By Lucas Allen “Angel Has Fallen” is the third film in a trilogy that began with 2013’s “Olympus Has Fallen,”…

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MOVIE REVIEW by Lucas Allen: ‘Where’d you go Bernadette’ slow, unsatisfying

Where’d You Go Bernadette (Annapurna Pictures) By Lucas Allen Much like Quentin Tarantino, Richard Linklater has carved his own identity as a filmmaker, making movies…

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MOVIE REVIEW by Lucas Allen: ‘The Kitchen’ plot undercooked

The Kitchen (Warner Bros. Pictures/New Line Cinema) By Lucas Allen You may not notice it from the trailer, but “The Kitchen” is based on a…

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