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[embedded content] The new fantasy sci-fi film “Greatland” is gonna rub some folks the wrong way. It is supposed to. This is not personal opinion. Writer/Director Dana Ziyasheva expresses her pointed intentions during my interview with her. To turn a Marxian phrase, “Government is the opium of the people.”  Mindless obedience and unquestioned faith invested
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[embedded content] My god just the way this episode starts with it raining Immortals blood and seeing his lifeless body hit the gound. Hell, the shock of it all even had Mark tripping. He’s sitting down thinking that his dad has been mind controlled and tries to knock some sense into him but Omni-Man is
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This next episode doesn’t start with a flashback and I’m a little surprised. It may not start with an all out revealing flashback but we do have some tender moments of Lucky thinking of her son.  And then fast forwarding to Lucky having another incident with her neighbors. She catches one of the neighborhood boys
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[embedded content] Invincible Episode 7 is out now and it’s a big one. This episode opens right where episode 6 left off with Debbie and Omni Man reeling from the truth. For those who haven’t kept up with the series, or our videos: SPOILER WARNING Omni Man killed the Guardians of the Globe in gruesome
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I’m back with my reaction for Invincible Episode 5. Sorry that this one is a little later than normal, and there’s a lot to catch up on in this episode! We catch up with Mark Grayson still going through the growing pains of becoming a hero. And I do mean PAIN. [embedded content] Check out
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[embedded content] “THEM” tells the story of the Emory family, who, after a disturbing prologue, join The Great Migration many Black families made from the South to avoid explicit Jim Crow racism. Them starts off well enough. For those of you who have seen the promotion you probably thought the same thing I did and
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[embedded content] Invincible Episode 6 Reaction | Cliff Notes So this is a strange episode for Invincible. I really like the show but sometimes the pacing is a little annoying. Like the last episode we saw Battle Beast lay wreck to Invincible and the new Guardians of the Globe and this episode is a bit
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What if some fictional character from a book supposedly comes to life and commits a series of murders? Well, that’s exactly the storyline of the Bollywood murder mystery thriller Koi Jaane Na which has been produced and directed by Amin Hajee. It stars Kunal Kapoor and Amyra Dastur. Koi Jaane Na has a fantastic plot.
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[embedded content] PLOT: A rookie cop trapped in a mid-80s police training video by an omnipotent and malicious Narrator (Keach). CAST: Stacy Keach, Vayu O’Donnell (80/20), Ericka Kreutz (This Is Us, The Handmaid’s Tale), and Spencer Garrett (Once Upon A Time… in Hollywood). DIRECTOR: Quinn Armstrong John Smistad’s Review: “Survival Skills” investigates the fictional life
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