QuickView - Micro Reviews by David Deverett

Solo: A Star Wars Story QuickViews


Five months after The Last Jedi was released we get a new Star Wars movie Solo. Set before Rogue One and Episode IV: A New Hope, Han Solo (Alden Ehrenreich) is a smuggler who is separated from his love of his life (Emilia Clarke) and promises to return to her when he’s a pilot. Three years later he becomes part of a crew that gets asked to pull off one of the biggest heists in history. Plagued with a troubled production originally directed by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller and written by Law...

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Book Club QuickViews


What do you get when you take 4 actresses and combine them with a crazy, beautiful plot mixed with 4 actors of their appropriate age you get Book Club. 4 female friends come together for their annual book club when they decide to read the Fifty Shades trilogy. During their time away from reading the books, you see them find relationships with men who are handsome and gorgeous and also how their lives change for the best throughout. With a great cast headed by Diane Keaton, Jane Fonda, Candice Be...

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Game Over Man QuickViews


If you liked Workaholics and loved the chemistry between the 3 leads, then get ready to see them together in a movie that is only available on Netflix: Game Over, Man! 3 waiters (Adam DeVine, Anders Holm, and Blake Anderson) become targets at the hotel they work at when terrorists take over and hold their customers for ransom. With time running out these 3 men will become the heroes everyone will not expect them to be, hopefully. Full of gore, comedy and unexpected moments you won’t see coming...

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Deadpool 2 QuickViews


The Merc with the Mouth is back with Deadpool 2. Thanks to the first Deadpool being a critical and commercial success (as well as taking chances with its R rating), Deadpool 2 has more of everything you want in a Deadpool movie: amazing, hilarious one-liners, fast, snappy dialogue, exciting action sequences, lots of gore and new characters you’ll grow to love like Cable (Josh Brolin), Russell, Domino and Peter (Rob Delaney). With Ryan Reynolds back as Deadpool along with T.J. Miller as Weasel ...

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Life of the Party QuickViews


From Ben Falcone the director of Tammy and The Boss and Melissa McCarthy’s husband, comes his newest comedy Life of the Party. When Deanna (Melissa McCarthy) finds out that her husband (Matt Walsh) wants a divorce, she decides to do the one thing she always wanted to achieve: get her degree in archeology class. The catch: it’s at her daughter’s college. While the cast headed by McCarthy, Molly Gordon, Walsh, Maya Rudolph and Julie Bowen are very talented and hilariously funny, along with a...

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