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Men in Black: International QuickViews


7 years after Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones hung their suits up from the MIB a new generation of agents have arrived.   Wanting to be a part of the Men in Black since she was a child, Molly Wright (Tessa Thompson) teams up with Henry (Chris Hemsworth) as part of MIB’s London division.   Even though it’s predictable and full of clichés, Men in Black: International has great chemistry between Hemsworth and Thompson (having worked together before on Thor: Ragnorak) and funny humor f...

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Rocketman QuickViews


We have waited a very long, long time for an Elton John biopic to happen. Now we have one: Rocketman.   Since he was a young boy Elton John (Taron Egerton) had an ear for music and playing piano. Through the course of the film we see him meet his writing partner Bernie Taupin (Jamie Bell), fall in love with his manager John Reid (Richard Madden, Robb Stark on Game of Thrones) and all the other ups and downs throughout his life.   Thanks to an amazing performance by Egerton as Elton Joh...

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Innerspace QuickViews


Winner for Best Visual Effects at the Oscars, here is the throwback review for Innerspace.   Tuck Pendelton (Dennis Quaid) is a test pilot who wants to make history. At the same time supermarket clerk Jack Putter (Martin Short) needs a vacation from his job. Tuck’s dream to miniaturize, be placed in a needle and get ejected into a rabbit change who he goes inside Jack’s body instead. With the help of Jack’s girlfriend Lydia (Meg Ryan), they must figure out a way for Tuck to get out of...

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The Goonies QuickViews


For anyone who loved the 1980s and want a great flick to enjoy again from their youth, check out The Goonies. Here is the throwback review for the movie.   Calling themselves “The Goonies”, a group of 7 people headed by Mikey (Sean Astin) find a treasure map and get themselves into an adventure none of them can imagine.   Filled with fun, adventure, suspense and humor, The Goonies still holds up wonderfully well thanks to its exciting story written by Steven Spielberg and Chris Col...

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Goodbye Christopher Robin QuickViews


For fans who want to know the story behind Winnie the Pooh, Goodbye Christopher Robin is for you. Here is the throwback review for the film.   Taking place from 1914 to 1940, A.A. Milne (Domnhall Gleeson) has come out of the First World War shell-shocked, writing plays that unfortunately don’t click with theater audiences. When his son Christopher Robin is born, he spends time with him and sees that his purpose as a writer is to make Britain happy. By writing Winnie the Pooh he does just ...

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