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Movie Review By JOHN PANNOZZI SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY *** out of five stars The roots of everyone's favorite interplanetary scoundrel are explored in the latest cinematic journey into the Star Wars Universe. A young Han Solo (played by Alden more
DEADPOOL 2 * * * * (Hilarious spoof of superhero flicks) Perhaps the reason I loved this hilarious spoof of superhero flicks is the fact that I don't like superhero flicks. I (Joyce stayed home) couldn't stop laughing at the antics and sarcasm of more
CRAZY RICH ASIANS * * * (Asian soap opera) The good news is that Asian actors have an opportunity to star in a major Hollywood film. The not-so-good news is the story is little more than soap opera. To its credit, the romantic comedy has two likable more
HEREDITARY * * * (Eerie tale of demonic possession) Joyce and I sat there after two hours of watching eerie, dark, disturbing family events, trying to piece it all together while be shocked and shaken by the unusual ending. We didn't know whether to give more
THE FIRST PURGE* * ½ (Dark, violent prequel)Before “The Purge” and “The Purge: Election Years” there was “The First Purge.” This violent, political prequel … more
ALPHA * * * (Ice Age survival tale) If you want to see something different, where the hero is not a Marvel superhero but a young man who lived 20,000 years ago, go see Alpha." Keda (Kodi Smit-McKee) is the son of a tribal chief living the primitive" more
FIRST REFORMED * * * (Sad tale of faith, despair & activism) Ethan Hawke stars as a troubled minister of a dying upper New York state church who is questioning his faith and purpose. At first, we thought we were watching a faith-based movie, but soon more
Movie Review By JOHN PANNOZZI JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM *** out of five stars For the fifth film in the Jurassic Park/World series, the dinosaurs face extinction again when the volcano on their island home is about to erupt. Can they survive, and, more
SICARIO: DAY OF THE SOLDADO * * * (Violent sequel) Benicio Del Toro plays hitman Alejandro, as violence and mayhem continues in the drug wars between the Mexican cartels. Always in the background pulling strings and making questionably immoral decisions more
UNCLE DREW * * (Seniors rule the basketball court) The young folks at the Saturday matinee seemed to enjoy this silly, predictable comedy about a bunch of elderly basketball players who vie for the Harlem outdoor basketball championship. Joyce wisely more
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