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(AZ Exclusive)Advance Screening + Free Concessions for Amazon Prime Video’s UNDONE !

There is an advance screening of the new series UNDONE! Each attendee to receive complimentary popcorn & soda! There will be a livestream Q&A following the showing of the first two episodes! UNDONE! centers on the main idea of, “Are we stuck in a loop or is there more to life?” It’s a hopeful dark comedy with sci-fi elements that follow Alma’s (Rosa Salazar) coming-of-age journey as she st...[Read More]

“Invader Zim: Enter the Florpus”: An Excellent Intergalactic Nostalgia Showdown

Netflix’s new animated adventure, Invader Zim: Enter the Florpus, brings us to a time where Dib, and all the fans of the classic show, have been waiting for Zim’s impending return. And now… the best Irken invader emerges for Phase 2.  We learn Zim has spent more than a decade sitting in a toilet, laughing about his evil plot…  Only for him to forget what Phase 2 is.  It’s almost as if the show nev...[Read More]

Angry Birds 2: Family-Friendly, Animated Hilarity

(Photo Courtesy: Jessica Carlson at Harkins Theater 101 Cine Capri on August 10, 2019.) A lot of families can face a shortage of good animated movies all members will enjoy. Some parents can only watch repeats of the Lego Movie so many times before they lose their mind. However, Sony Animation Studios has come back with another film, that will surely keep the kids laughing, and brings plenty for a...[Read More]

Dora and the Lost City of Gold Review + An Interview with Eugenio Derbez

Back when I was a small brown boy I had great kid’s films like Selena, American Me, Blood In Blood Out, Boulevard Nights, and so many others that featured Latinx as the main stars. Needless to say, not many of them left a great, positive, impression on my young mind. many of these films that focused around hispanics featured violence, mental illness, depression, and crime. Although it did te...[Read More]

Netflix’s Another Life is the Sci Fi Horror We Need Right Now

When I heard that Katee Sackhoff, who is famous in the geek community for playing Starbuck on Battlestar Galactica, would be the main character for a new Sci Fi I about lost my mind with excitement. Thankfully this new series called Another Life had just launched on Netflix and I dove right in. Little did I know that I was in for a Sci Fi Horror treat that I desperately needed! Astronaut Niko Brec...[Read More]

Kyoto Animation Tragedy: 33 Dead in Arson Attack

In Kyoto, Japan, Kyoto Animation studios became the scene where a deadly attack unfolded, killing 33 people, and hurting dozens more in the late morning hours today.  Police report a 41-year-old suspect made his way onto the Kyoto Animation studio, also known as KyoAni, spraying gasoline. Before igniting the blaze, local news sources report the man was screaming “die.”  There were about 70 people ...[Read More]

Stranger Things Season 3 Delivers Thrills and Chills

If there is one show that has captured my very heart and soul it has to be Netflix‘s Stranger Things! Wouldn’t you know it, they released their third season on none other than the fourth of July. Many fans waited on the edge of their seats in anticipation for this most recent season. Yes, partially out of excitement but also the concern that if the first two seasons were amazing, surel...[Read More]

The Order Brings Magic and College Kids to Netflix

The Order focuses on Jake Morton, played by Jake Manley, a twenty something, just entering Belgrave University but his focus isn’t on women or education but revenge. The is a secret society at the university and Jake does whatever it takes in order to join the order. Turns out that The Order is a filled of witches and warlocks who have immense power and at the head of the order is Jake’...[Read More]

Toy Story Four-getable

Toy Story 4 was a nostalgic epilogue that left audiences wanting more. Making a fourth addition to a solid trilogy is always a risky move, especially with a franchise as beloved as Toy Story. The general premise is that toys have hidden lives when children are not playing with them, but dream of making the children that take care of them happy. For retro cowboy doll Woody, this means being loyal t...[Read More]

Men In Black International: Funny but Unmemorable

When the first Men in Black (or MIB as most would recall it) came out, it became an important movie from the 90s — the humor was fresh, the actors were good, and the idea of aliens secretly living right under our noses felt on point. Men in Black II was almost as good. Together, these two movies they left a large seat for Men in Black: International to fill. The new movie almost filled it. Almost....[Read More]

Dave Bautista Supports LGBTQ Community Against Controversial Bishop’s Tweet

By Jessica Carlson aka Laughingpuffin Dave Bautista – better known as Drax from Guardians of the Galaxy and professional WWE wrestler – is sticking up for the LGBTQ community, and his family. The actor took to Twitter on Sunday, and passionately responded to a comment by user @ThomasJTobin1.  Thomas J. Tobin is a bishop in Providence, RI, and an out-spoken opponent of the LGBTQ community and movem...[Read More]

Godzilla King of the Monsters: This is the Good Stuff

Tell me, what comes to mind when you think of Godzilla? Is it destruction? Kaijus? Badass beasts duking it out while humans can only look on in dread? If you answered yes to these questions then you are in for a treat when you see Godzilla King of the Monsters! Godzilla King of the Monsters is a sequel to 2014’s Godzilla and in the same universe as Kong: Skull Island! The world is now aware ...[Read More]

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