MOVIE REVIEW By Lucas Allen: ‘The Assistant’ a timely workplace drama

The Assistant (Bleecker Street Media) By Lucas Allen Recently, Hollywood and corporations alike have been facing a changing tide after many accusations of misconduct came…

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MOVIE REVIEW by Lucas Allen The 10 most anticipated delayed blockbusters

By Lucas Allen Many of us stuck at home during this pandemic, streaming the latest hits, are still wishing and hoping to return to the…

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MOVIE REVIEW by Lucas Allen: ‘The Old Guard’ fills the superher, action movie need Maureen

The Old Guard (Netflix/Skydance) By Lucas Allen This summer, the pandemic has us out of the theaters, missing out on some stellar superhero blockbusters like…

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MOVIE REVIEW by Lucas Allen: ‘Greyhound’ doesn’t quite hit the mark

Greyhound (Apple Originals/Stage 6 Films) By Lucas Allen Based on the 1955 novel “The Good Shepherd,” by C.S. Forester, “Greyhound” is a bird’s eye view…

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MOVIE REVIEW by Lucas Allen: Get re-revolutionized with ‘Hamilton’

Hamilton (Walt Disney Pictures) By Lucas Allen The Broadway phenomenon “Hamilton” took American history and retold it through a mixture of hip-hop, R&B and musical…

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MOVIE REVIEW by Lucas Allen: ‘Irresistable’ fun, but disappointing

Irresistible (Focus Features) By Lucas Allen This election year, we find ourselves in the middle of a battle between Republicans and Democrats, conservatives and liberals,…

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MOVIE REVIEW By Lucas Allen: ‘7500’ is riveting post-9/11 terrorism thriller

7500 (Amazon Studios) By Lucas Allen Back before 9/11, there was a time when films like “Die Hard,” “Under Siege” and “Speed,” all about a…

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MOVIE REVIEW By Lucas Allen: ‘Da 5 Bloods’ is Spike Lee at his best

Da 5 Bloods (Netflix) By Lucas Allen The subject of race in America is certainly a hot button topic that remains hotter than ever recently….

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MOVIE REVIEW By Lucas Allen: ‘Shirley’ is more than just a biopic

Shirley (NEON/Hulu) By Lucas Allen In February, Elisabeth Moss delivered a career-high performance in Blumhouse’s adaptation of “The Invisible Man.” This time, she’s doubling her…

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MOVIE REVIEW by Lucas Allen: ‘Escape from Pretoria’ good for those stuck at home

Escape from Pretoria (Momentum Pictures) By Lucas Allen With everybody stuck at home during the quarantine, some people would imagine themselves in prison, planning that…

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