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Midnight Sun QuickViews


If you want a movie that is romantic, check out Midnight Sun. Based on the book by Trish Cook, the film tells the story of Katie (Bella Thorne), a 17-year-old girl who has a disease that doesn’t allow her to be in the sun during the day, but still has the ability to go out at night. When Katie meets Charlie (Patrick Schwarzenegger) they begin a relationship that inspires greatness out of both of them. With Thorne and Schwarzenegger as great leads, Midnight Sun is beautiful, tender and lovi...

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7 Days In Entebbe


Made as a movie twice before in the late 1970’s after the event, this new telling is somewhat okay. Here is the review for 7 Days in Entebbe. For 7 days in June and July 1976, 4 terrorists took hold of a plane and stopped in Entebbe, Uganda until they got what they wanted the most: money. At the same time, the Israeli Army figured out how to save all the hostages without getting them killed. Even though Daniel Bruhl and Rosamund Pike are amazing and while Jose Padilha tries his best to direct ...

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Game Night QuickViews


For those of you who think Game Night might be bland and not make you laugh, not to worry, it’s actually a new comedy classic you’ll want to watch over and over again. A chance encounter at an event leads a couple (Jason Bateman, Rachel McAdams) to host Game Night at their place with 2 other couples. When a new player joins the event, he decides to step it up a notch until things get out of hand. With a generic premise, amazing cast headed by Bateman, McAdams, Kyle Chandler and Jesse Plemons...

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Love Simon QuickViews


Critically acclaimed as a new “instant classic” here is the review for Love, Simon. Based on the book “Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda” by Becky Albertalli the film tells the story of Simon (Nick Robinson), a kid in high school who has an amazing family and great friends. When someone in his school reveals a big secret online, Simon figures out how to reveal his big secret to everyone he knows as well. Thanks to Robinson’s performance as Simon, a great cast, fantastic dialogue and a...

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Tomb Raider QuickViews


Since its release on PlayStation in 1995, it has become one of the greatest games of all time, and now has been rebooted for a new generation. Here is the review for Tomb Raider. When her father (Dominic West) goes missing, Lara Croft (Alicia Vikander) finds a map that shows her a place, which sends her on an adventure involving life and death. Thanks to Vikander’s performance as Lara Croft along with spectacular action sequences, this new version of Tomb Raider is exciting and full of fun. On...

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