‘The Last Jedi’ takes creative risks in attempt to forge something new
Editor’s note: This review first was published Dec. 18, 2015. ‘The Force Awakens’ gloriously returns ‘Star Wars’ to its roots Conflicted, this young film critic is. You see, “Star Wars: […]
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Separation. Manipulation. Murder. Anger. Vengeance. And that’s just during the first 10 minutes.
In “Cell,” when a mysterious cell phone signal causes apocalyptic chaos, an artist is determined to reunite with his young son in New England.
Way to guilt trip everyone.
And now we have “1984” for the teenager who doesn’t want to read it.
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There’s a lot of anger going around here.
This doesn’t seem well-thought out.
I mean, what are friends for?
I may or may not be nauseous right now.
In “Kill Command,” set in a near future, technology-reliant society that pits man against killing machines.
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In “Midnight Special,” a father and son go on the run after the dad learns his child possesses special powers.
That was … different. Get it?