MOVIE REVIEW by Lucas Allen: ‘Marksman’ so-so, but Neeson saves it

The Marksman (Open Road Films/Voltage Pictures) By Lucas Allen In his recent string of action films, Liam Neeson likes to play characters with a “particular…

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MOVIE REVIEW by Lucas Allen: ‘Soul’ is one of Pixar’s best

Soul (Disney/Pixar) By Lucas Allen Disney+ proves to be the perfect streaming site for Disney fans of all ages to share old and new memories…

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MOVIE REVIEW by Lucas Allen: ‘News of the World’ dark, but entertaining, western

News of the World (Universal Pictures) By Lucas Allen After thrilling us with Jason Bourne films, director Paul Greengrass turns his attention to the western…

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MOVIE REVIEW By Lucas Allen: ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ entertaining disappointment

Wonder Woman 1984 (Warner Bros. Pictures/DC) By Lucas Allen No matter how you feel about the DCEU, it’s agreeable that “Wonder Woman” is the guiding…

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MOVIE REVIEW By Lucas Allen: ‘Monster Hunter’ another video game gone bad movie

Monster Hunter (Screen Gems/Constantin Film/Toho) By Lucas Allen Earlier in 2020, “Sonic the Hedgehog” set a new high standard for the video game film subgenre….

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MOVIE REVIEW By Lucas Allen: ‘Mank’ is stylish, but slow

Mank (Netflix) By Lucas Allen In his first feature since 2014’s “Gone Girl,” director David Fincher turns his eye towards the Golden Age of Hollywood…

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MOVIE REVIEW by Lucas Allen: ‘Fatman’ is dark holiday movie for grownups

Fatman (Saban Films/Ingenious Media) By Lucas Allen Traditionally, movies about Santa Claus offer a happy and family-friendly approach to the mythical Christmas icon. But then…

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MOVIE REVIEW By Lucas Allen: ‘The Croods’ latest adventure is crazy family fun

The Croods: A New Age (DreamWorks Animation/Universal Pictures) By Lucas Allen Back in 2013, “The Croods” was a clever little family adventure full of stunning…

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MOVIE REVIEW by Lucas Allen: ‘Last Vermeer,” no masterpiece, but worth seeing

The Last Vermeer (Sony Pictures Classics/Tri-Star Pictures) By Lucas Allen This year, the pandemic has put a heavy effect on the moviegoing experience, as well…

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MOVIE REVIEW By Lucas Allen: ‘Freaky’ is fun horror/comedy

Freaky (Universal Pictures/Blumhouse Productions) By Lucas Allen “Freaky” is the latest entry from Blumhouse Productions, which specializes in making mid-budget horror films with talent behind…

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